Diversification, Postharvest management, Natural resource management
Asia, India, Uttar Pradesh
Doubling Farmers’ Income project gets boost from Agriculture Minister
Uttar Pradesh, Doubling Farmers’ Income, IDC, Smallholder Farmer, Natural Resource Management
Asia Program, ICRISAT Development Centre
Central Agroforestry Research Institute (CAFRI), Indian Grassland and Fodder Research Institute (ICAR-IGFRI), Banda University of Agriculture and Technology, BAIF, Bharat Agriculture, Lakshya Seva Samiti, Gram Unnati, Samarpan, Jan Kalyan Samiti, Samarth Foundation, Gram Unmesh Sansthan, Gramin Vikas Kendra, Upman Mahila Samstan.
Dr Kaushal Kishor Garg
ICRISAT Happenings 1863-4, 17 July 2020
Strategies to harvest rainwater in drought-prone regions, through the collaborative Doubling Farmers’ Income project, received a boost with inputs from the state Agriculture Minister of Uttar Pradesh, India, recently. Focusing on the renovation of the ‘Haveli’ water structures in Chitrakoot, Mr Surya Pratap Shahi, Minister of Agriculture, Uttar Pradesh, discussed scaling out of the watershed interventions across the Bundelkhand region as a drought-proofing strategy for the state.
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