Glimpses of wardha programme area

GLIMPSES OF KJBF PROGRAMMEME AREA

788 villages Reached          1,17,498 Families Benefitted      5,75,746 Population Covered

*Figures are achievement upto the year 2017-18; 

  • VILLAGE INSTITUTIONS
  • 4407 Village Institutions established
  • WATER RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND SOIL CONSERVATION STRUCTURES
  • 224 Rivers/streams of 485 km area rejuvenated
  • 96 Check dams constructed
  • 3036 Farm Ponds/Recharge Pit constructed
  • 2128 Wells recharged
  • 249 group wells constructed
  • 1512 lift irrigation devices installed
  • 32 percolation tanks constructed  
  • 4038 drip and sprinkler irrigation system installed
  • 2230 Boribundh are installed 
  • 1267 acres of farm bunds formed
  • 2225 Gabion structures formed
  • 46,302 families and 1,49778 acres of land are covered under water resource development and soil conservation programme
  • Promotion of Sustainable Agriculture
  • 11,276 families covered under Convergence of Agricultural Interventions in Maharashtra’s (CAIM) project
  • 11,000 families adopted Better Cotton Initiative programme (BCI)
  • 6,760 families benefitted under WADI project 
  • 5,915 farmers adopted under Natural farming 
  •  35,251 farming families and 80,625 acres of land are benefitted under of Sustainable Agriculture Practices
  • Biogas: A boon for the Rural Community
  • 3,132 biogas plants installed
  • Promotion of Indigenous Cows
  • 3,969 families adopted Indigenous Cows
  • WOMEN EMPOWERMENT
  • 2,662 Self Help Groups formed 
  • 34050 families benefitted 
  • 3,094 families benefitted under Rural Enterprise
  • 44,245 women's are benefitted under Self Help Group ,Income Generation Activities , Indigenous Cow and Bio- Gas program
  • Skill and entrepreneurship development
  • 1376 youths benefitted under skill development programme 

AWARDS AND RECONGNITIONS:

  • River and stream rejuvenation project was identified as “Note-worthy project in Water Management “in Beyond the fence category by Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) ,2016.
  • International Humanitarian Water, Air and Food award(WAF), 2016 in the category of water.
  • “ICSI CSR excellence award 2016” by the Institute of Companies secretaries of India.
  • “Lion CSR precious Award 2016” by Lions club International.
  • IOS(Science Award) by Riverside School Ahemdabad for Outstanding Work in DFC project
  • National award for excellence in water management-2010 (Beyond the fence) from Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
  • Excellence in water management and conservation 2012 Water awards -2012(Third prize in the community initiative by Industry category) from FICCI (Supported by HSBC)
  • I CAN Award” given to school children and KJBF team involved in project Scarcity of Water in Salai-Kala village

OUR PARTNERS:

  • Rural Community of Wardha District.
  • Government of Maharashtra.
  • Nawajbai Ratan Tata Trust (SRTT).
  • National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development (NABARD).
  • International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD).