Prasenjit Gharami, a well-known organic farmer from Uttarakankandighi, Raidighi in South 24 Parganas district, faced significant challenges with declining crop production and the adverse effects of chemical farming. His father, Bhim Gharami, lost his eyesight temporarily due to pesticide exposure. Determined to change their circumstances, Prasenjit embraced organic farming after receiving training from Mukti. He….View More
Tilottama Shasmal, a renowned organic woman farmer from Paschim Jata, Raidighi in South 24 Parganas district, faced the challenges of declining fertility and decreasing income due to chemical farming practices. With a family of six and three bighas of cultivated land, farming was their primary occupation.In 2021, Tilottama received training on organic farming provided by….View More
Uttam Maity, a renowned organic farmer from Nagendra Pur, Raidighi in South 24 Parganas district, faced financial struggles due to the high cost of production and declining fertility of his land. Two years ago, he cultivated cauliflower and cabbage using chemical fertilizers, which resulted in financial losses. In 2021, Uttam received training on organic farming….View More
Mukti has been active for a long time to stop the wastage of groundwater in Boro paddy cultivation in Sundarbans. As part of this effort, Mukti has organized various awareness programs among farmers, excavating and renovating ponds, restoring rainwater and using it for farming etc. Respecting Mukti’s efforts and realizing the far-reaching consequences of groundwater….View More
Team Member: Lead by Mr. Debabrata Halder along with team Dr. Biswanath Mazumdar, Mr. Sourabh Kayal, Ms. Bratati Jana and Others. Name of Projects Vermicompost pit support Seed Support Training Equipment Support Activities Done in Last Year Organic Training Vermicompost Pit Construction Equipment and Manure Indigenous Seed Exotic Vegetable Farming Apiculture and Animal Husbandry….View More
Have you noticed the vegetable plants behind the picture? These are the plants of red amaranth and spinach that Putul has planted, nurturing and also earning livelihood by selling the surplus vegetables. These plants portage the signature of his hard-earned success. She is Putul Das and this is her success story as a progressive farmer…..View More
Since 2009, after cyclone Aila, Mukti has been taken the initiative so that the farmers can produce their own organic fertilizer. Ms. Rebati Swaminathan from Tamil Nadu visits Mukti to train the farmers of the SAM (Sustainable Agricultural Movement) project for making organic manure. Then with the help of some service centers and some online….View More
The kitchen garden program of Mukti has considerably increased food security in the rural Indigenous (Adivasi) villages of Sundarban. There is a great potential of reducing food insecurity through vegetable gardens. Men, women, even youngsters participate and learn how to layout their own vegetable patch. The main objective of Mukti is to make the indigenous….View More
Mukti to support the SAM (Sustainable agricultural Movement) farmers have taken an initiative to build 200 vermicompost pits in 8 villages of Nagendrapur and Kankandighi GP. To date, 42 pits have been made by Mukti. Since the inception of SAM project in 2009 Mukti is inspiring the farmers to follow a sustainable farming system for….View More
● To introduce sustainable farming practices in disaster-prone regions like Sundarbans for post-disaster land reclamation and sustainable livelihoods.
● To implement agricultural reforms to improve food and livelihood security for low-income communities in river basins.
● Transition from chemical-intensive farming to organic farming to improve soil health, increase yields, and enhance farmers’ socio-economic conditions.
● To promote community-based sustainable agriculture to ensure fair prices for organic produce and establish direct connections between farmers and consumers.
● To provide training for setting up organic kitchen gardens to supplement nutrition and promote self-sufficiency, even for landless families.
● To implement agricultural reforms to promote sustainability, improve consumer well-being, and foster a community of health-conscious individuals.
● To develop and implement sustainable farming practices that help reclaim land affected by natural disasters, and provide a reliable means of livelihood to impacted farmers.
● To design and introduce initiatives that improve food and livelihood security for low-income communities who heavily rely on agriculture.
● To implement reforms that encourage a transition towards organic farming, thereby improving soil health, promoting better crop yields, and enhancing socio-economic conditions for farmers.
● To establish programs that provide training for setting up organic kitchen gardens, enabling even landless families to supplement their nutritional intake and improve their self-sufficiency.
● To support local farmers by providing a fair price for their organic produce, and to promote community-based sustainable agriculture that directly connects farmers and consumers.
● To introduce agricultural reforms that promote sustainability, enhance the well-being of consumers and the planet, and foster a community of health-conscious individuals.
South 24 Pgs and Kolkata district of West Bengal India
A dedicated implementation team is involved in the successful delivery of the programs, where a dedicated team of 25 people working towards achieving the program objectives. A dedicated program manager and a team of experts and supervisors are responsible for overseeing the program implementation. One of the key aspects of the program is to develop a Training of Trainers (ToT) model, enabling the dissemination of knowledge and expertise to a broader audience.
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