Climate Resilient Zero-Budget Natural Farming in Andhra Pradesh
Project led by :
Government of Andhra Pradesh
The project enables farmers to improve soil fertility, reduce costs and risks drastically, reduce irrigation requirement, and increase yields on a large scale while preserving the quality of the production.
In the coming year, the program intends to reach out to 750,000 farmers. The program intends to cover six million farmers and around eight million hectares of land in Andhra Pradesh state of India under Natural Farming practices by 2024. To achieve these goals, the project leaders would like to increase the visibility of the program, broadcast the results and communicate about the impact in terms of sustainable development goals, ally with more organizations and secure additional financial support. The Scale-up Committee of the Paris Peace Forum provides tailored advice and support in several areas: Increasing the project’s visibility through strategic advice in the area of communication; reshaping of the communication strategy and communication supports increasing the project’s visibility; strengthening the research and impact stream of the work conducted.
• Currently:The project team is strengthening the research and impact stream of their work, highlighting the impact their work has on the implementation of SDGs.