We are excited to have launched a new project called “Empowering Women’s Agribusiness for COVID Recovery.” What began last year with a pilot project of one women’s self-help group is now expanding throughout the state. Ultimately it will include 3,200 women throughout Tamil Nadu.
Another success story resulting from our past activities relating to our work with People with Disabilities (PwD).
A Grain a Day is an initiative to feed children malnourished as a result of the COVID lockdown while teaching them about nutrition.
We were able to distribute corn for fodder before the COVID resurgence was at its height.
John banks his own seeds, uses native plants to repel pests, and uses earthworms to make his own fertilizer.
Hands joining together virtually around the globe in this way made it possible for us to save dozens of women and revitalize their communities.
We celebrated International Women’s Day by installing a sanitary napkin incinerator at our Friendship Children’s Home!
Help us name this women’s agribusiness
With our help, this women’s self-help group (SHG) is starting its own agribusiness.
We made a surprising discovery about the best way to help women farmers recover from COVID’s devastation.