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BRLF is undertaking a project named ‘Strengthening Civil Society Action for Transforming Lives of the Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups’
With the support of the European Union to promote Inclusive Development. The project is being implemented across 279 villages in Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand. The idea is to enhance the quality of outcomes of the grassroots CSO intervention in the areas of water and clean energy in the wake of increasing climate change, build the capacities of CSOs in resource mobilization, advocacy and policy dialogues. Also to drive innovation in program content and strategy for improved climate resilience in water and clean energy sector

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The project aspires to enhance the income of 100,000 small and marginal farmers on a sustainable basis. A consortium of 13 Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) are facilitating land and water treatment measures covering 694,500 hectares of catchments across three zones, of 12 districts in the state of Chhattisgarh and improve the cropping intensity in about 350,000 hectares of land.
Livelihoods of approximately 5 lakh households will be positively impacted by these treatments. A total of 1388 micro-watersheds are expected to be treated under the project.

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BRLF is continuously maximising the quality, scale and impact of developmental work in the Central Indian Tribal belt.
Come join the most impactful programs driving India’s development into the next decade.

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Agriculture Production Cluster

This four year project is a collaborative initiative of the Department of Horticulture, OLM, Government of Odisha, BRLF, PRADAN and 16 local CSOs to ensure doubling of income of 100,000 small and marginal farmers especially women by establishing 650 Producer Groups (PG) aggregated to form 30 APCs/Producer Company (PC) in 40 blocks of 12 highland districts. Of these about 64% households belong to ST and SC Communities.

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PROMOTION OF AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION CLUSTERS

‘Agriculture not only gives riches to a nation, but the only riches she can call her own.’ This oft-quoted statement is not just hyperbole. The first occupation of humankind, agriculture is the foundation of civilization and industry. And even today, a thriving farm sector is a prerequisite for a stable economy and has immense potential to combat poverty and maximise human capital.

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Promotion of Agriculture Production Cluster (APC) in Tribal Regions of Odisha is a collaborative effort by Bharat Rural Livelihoods Foundation (BRLF) Department of Agriculture and Farmers’ Empowerment, Department of Panchayatiraj & Drinking Water, and Professional Assistance for Development Action (PRADAN). The project aims to sustainably double the income of 1 lakh small and marginal families by establishing the model of Agriculture Production Cluster (APC) in 40 backward Blocks of the State.

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Standing at the brink of 2020,We have been able to mobilise INR 47.07 Cr
And generate 470,000 person days, under the MGNREGA-UsharMukti schemes.

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Ushar Mukti

It has been said that ‘water is life’s matter and matrix, mother and medium’. Undoubtedly, water is intrinsic to life. While its absence parches land and impoverishes people, its presence in abundance is a growth engine that spurs progress.

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Ensuring Water Security. Building sustainable livelihoods. Maximising impact through efficient partnerships between State Government and CSOs. Ushar Mukti has been an unprecedented integrative solution for rejuvenating fallow and barren lands.

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In 5 years we have managed to reach 5,84,830 households in some of the poorest and most backward districts of the Central Indian Tribal belt. Watch to find out more about our thematic focus.

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We at BRLF are unique in our strategy to build efficient partnerships between the Government and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). This partnership mobilises Government resources to upscale developmental efforts while optimising the reach and implementation capabilities of the Civil Society Organisations. This helps in building tremendous social and human capital for all our programmes.

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More than 50% of 104 Million Adivasis in India live under the poverty line. We at BRLF are committed to restore the dignity of the Adivasis and their faith in the system. Follow us to witness this unique effort in unleashing the power of collaboration between the Government and Civil Society organisations.

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