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Empowering Rural Community Since 2003

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Farmers Supported
Increase in Income
Landless Farmer

01. Why the project is?

• Low-income and disadvantaged communities rely on agriculture for livelihoods.
• Mukti’s initiative enhances food and livelihood security in river basin communities.
• Training provided to establish organic kitchen gardens for nutritional supplementation.
• Landless families successfully create gardens using simple techniques and materials.
• Organic kitchen gardens proliferate through organic growth.

02. What the project is?

• Landless farmers cultivate diverse vegetables and fruits for household consumption.
• Critical resources provided: seasonal vegetable seeds, organic fertilizers, and pesticides.
• Compact space enables meeting daily food needs and ensuring household food security.
• Small-scale cultivation demonstrates a significant contribution to food self-sufficiency.

03. How the project is?

• Program Manager for Agriculture and a team of 25 individuals work towards project goals.
• 1,000 beneficiaries selected and impacted.
• Daily tasks include field visits, training sessions, and monitoring for project effectiveness.

04. Where the project is?

Kakdwip, Patharpratima, Namkhana, Mathurapur -I and Mathurapur -II blocks of South 24 Pgs district.

05. What is the impact?

• Training, equipment, and seed support provided to 1,000 farmers.
• Access to fresh, chemical-free fruits and vegetables.
• Reduced expenses on buying produce.
• Superior taste compared to market-bought items.
• Efficient utilization of kitchen wastewater and waste materials.

Impact Stories

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Growing Prosperity and Nutrition


Backyard Nutritional Kitchen Gardening-A success story of Putul Das


Impressive Stories of Mukti Progressive Female Farmers


Mukti Supported the Small Farmers with Kitchen Garden Equipment


Mukti Distribute Winter Vegetables Saplings to the Aboriginal Families


Mukti Created Kitchen Garden to Support the Indigenous of Sunderban


Kitchen Garden Vegetable Seed Support Program of Mukti for the Landless Aboriginal


Give India Supported Mukti to organize Kitchen Gardening Training for the Covid-19 Affected Farmers

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