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All Current Projects

Antyodaya Project- Axis Bank Foundation

Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh
The project aims at positively impacting 100,000 rural families by 2020. On...Read more
The project aims at positively impacting 100,000 rural families by 2020. One of the biggest projects at SRIJAN, it reaches out to almost the whole organisation.Read less

Livelihood Initiatives for Financial Empowerment (LIFE)

Anuppur, Chhindwara and Sagar of Madhya Pradesh
The overall objective is to empower the community to secure their livelihoo...Read more
The overall objective is to empower the community to secure their livelihoods through a targeted approach to enhance the livelihood gap by promoting commercial cultivation of vegetables and improving livestock productivity (desi poultry) in Three district (Anuppur, Chhindwara and Sagar) of Madhya Pradesh Read less

CHIMWP By BRLF and MGNREGS

Koriya District of Chhattisgarh
Chhattisgarh High Impact Mega Watershed Project is to increase the Income o...Read more
Chhattisgarh High Impact Mega Watershed Project is to increase the Income of 13000 small and marginal households to an addition of 25% (current Income on a sustainable basis) in Bhartpur and Manendragarh Block of Koriya District of ChhattisgarhRead less

Upscaling of Community Nutrition Gardens (CNGs) by GIZ

Districts Chhatarpur, Barwani, Khandwa and Sheopur of Madhya Pradesh
Securing Nutrition, Enhancing Resilience (SENU) project of GIZ aims to impr...Read more
Securing Nutrition, Enhancing Resilience (SENU) project of GIZ aims to improve the nutrition situation of nutritionally insecure people, particularly women of child-bearing age (15-49 years) and young children (6-23 months) in four districts Chhatarpur, Barwani, Khandwa and Sheopur of Madhya Pradesh and to achieve objective, we are promoting 350 community nutrition garden (CNGs) of at least on 1 ha of land to ensure availability of Diversified food around the year.Read less

Scaling regenerative and restorative agriculture practices – RPLC

150 villages of Chhindwara District, Madhya Pradesh
Regenerative Production Landscape Collaborative (RPLC) helps to 12000 farme...Read more
Regenerative Production Landscape Collaborative (RPLC) helps to 12000 farmers  involved  for On-field demonstration of various  Regenerative agriculture practices,  innovative livelihood diversification models (horticultural Nano Orchards, Multi-layer vegetable models, poultry management)  and water management practices across 150 villages of Chhindwara district.Read less

Agroecological Driven Production Market and Marketing scheme development (SuATI by GIZ)

Madhya Pradesh
Agroecological (AE)- driven production-, market and marketing schemes are d...Read more
Agroecological (AE)- driven production-, market and marketing schemes are developed involving all actors, capacitating participating farmers organized in FPCs   by connecting  them with traders up to consumers, and their relevant private and public organisations in a participatory manner, aiming at improving the livelihood/resilience of small scale farmers.Read less

Argo Ecological Transformation in Rural Area by Mahindra and Mahindra

The project is designed to offer an integrated solution to small and margin...Read more
The project is designed to offer an integrated solution to small and marginal farmers. The project will empower, build capacities, and provide advisory & mechanization solutions to small and marginal farmers under crop diversification with vegetable thereby enhancing income of farmersRead less

Combating Agriculture Stress through Reviving the traditional water bodies Efficient water use, Technology and Community Governance – Indus Ind

Bundelkhand, Madhya Pradesh
The Indus Ind CSR Project is a comprehensive road map for sustainable manag...Read more
The Indus Ind CSR Project is a comprehensive road map for sustainable management of water resources by placing interventions to conserve, augment and restore traditional water bodies, and develop the institutional capacity of the community to ensure equitable distribution of water and adopt practices leading to efficient crop water management.  SRIJAN and BIWAL consortium partners, implementing in 135 villages with target of 23,000 farmers the project in 3 districts of Bundelkhand spread across M.P in span of 3 years.Read less

HRDP – HDFC

Jhansi District Uttar Pradesh
HRDP is being implemented in Bangra block of Jhansi in 15 villages. The pro...Read more
HRDP is being implemented in Bangra block of Jhansi in 15 villages. The project focus on water conservation, sustainable agriculture, improving rural infrastructures and livelihood promotion. The project duration is 3 years and will support 2100 farmersRead less

FDP – HDFC

Chitrakoot Madhya Pradesh
HDFC FDP is being implemented in Mau block of Chitrakoot in 40 villages. Th...Read more
HDFC FDP is being implemented in Mau block of Chitrakoot in 40 villages. The project focus is NRM based livelihood through dam renovation, creating water harvesting structures, tank restoration, well renovation, sustainable agriculture and livelihood promotion through multi-layer farming, Nano-orchard. The project duration is 3 years and 3 months and will support 3000 farmers.Read less

BIWAL – Hindustan Unilever Foundation

Uttar Pradesh & Madhya Pradesh
The focus of Phase 1 (January 2019 to March 2022) was to increase acces...Read more
The focus of Phase 1 (January 2019 to March 2022) was to increase access to irrigation through rejuvenation of traditional tanks and dissemination of improved practices for adoption by farmers. As silt accumulation was a major problem for these water bodies, de-siltation was prioritised as an intervention for tank rejuvenation. Silt extracted was lifted by farmers in the tank catchment and applied to their agricultural land. During this phase, it was observed that farmers were struggling with poor crop yields. This was on account of use of poor seed quality and poor soil health. While silt application helped improve soil moisture and soil health to an extent, it was evident that the region’s farmers needed additional support to transform their poor yield crop cycle to abundant produce. This would require extensive awareness amongst farmers to undertake practices such as seed treatment and application of locally produced organic nutrient inputs instead of chemical inputs. The objectives of the second phase are therefore to build on the foundation of tank rehabilitation and to sustain impact in the communities by: Codification of the tank rejuvenation approach – both at a regional hydrogeological scale and at an individual tank operation unit to mobilise government and other resources for large-scale rejuvenation of tanks across both states of UP and MP Ensuring effective governance of the rejuvenated tanks via community-based Tank Management Committees so that the tanks serve the catchment families equitably, are well maintained and continue to stay functional post programme closure Catalysing widespread behavior change amongst farmers to adopt improved agricultural practices leading to better soil health, judicious input use, enhanced yields, and overall well-being Read less

Caring Friends (Shri Ramesh Kacholia)

Bundelkhand of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh
“Swavlamban”Promoting self-reliance. Securing Livelihood and enhancing ...Read more
“Swavlamban”Promoting self-reliance. Securing Livelihood and enhancing the income of the 1,18,000 farmers in districts of Bundelkhand both of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh through stabilising agriculture and promoting comprehensive livelihood basket. Program focus on water security, sustainable agriculture and rural livelihood promotions.Read less

ATE Chandra Foundation (Restoration of Water Bodies)

Baran, Karauli, Chitrakoot and Chhatarpur of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan
This project was focus on restoration of water bodies in aspirational distr...Read more
This project was focus on restoration of water bodies in aspirational districts namely Baran, Karauli, Chitrakoot and Chhatarpur of UP MP and Rajasthan. The JCB deployment was through district administration with funding support of Niti Ayog and CSO role was mobilizing community demand, monitoring of work and entry in designed app. Total 177 water bodies were restored creating water potential of 14.67 lakh cum.Read less

Watershed Development Fund (WDF, NABARD)

Chhindwara District, Madhya Pradesh
The goal of this program is “integration of activities towards additional...Read more
The goal of this program is “integration of activities towards additional soil and water conservation and building climate resilience by improving adaptive capacities of the communities against changing climate in the WDF watershed”. Watershed Development Fund is an initiative being promoted by National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) which focuses on overcoming the agrarian distress among the rural India. The initiative focuses on promoting comprehensive livelihood programme for the rural community based on Watershed lines. WDF has been established at NABARD with the objective of integrated Watershed development through participatory approach. Under the program two villages (Rangeenkhapa and Marai) in Chhindwara block of Chhindwara district is targeted for the WDF program with 347 families and 989 hectare of land.Read less

Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiatives

Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan & Madhya Pradesh
Smallholder horticulture and community institutions building for replicat...Read more
Smallholder horticulture and community institutions building for replication and policy influence, supported by Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiatives. This multi-pronged project focuses on smallholder horticulture through nano-orchards demonstration and replication through state governments. There are multiple forums that we engage in various parts of the country like Bundelkhand and Mahakoshal regions of Madhya Pradesh and Mewar region of Rajasthan. Read less