Building Climate-Smart Integrated Agriculture for Smallholder Farmers

Increasing the resilience of smallholder farmers

The project aims to increase the resilience of smallholder farmers by building climate-smart integrated agriculture through the establishment of social capital, adoption of improved agri-allied practices, promotion of collectives in an entrepreneurial way, and enabling the ecosystem resulting in increased income for smallholder farmers.

This HDFC funded CSR project is being implemented in three states of India – Punjab, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh. In all three locations, the smallholder farmers face common challenges around agriculture like the decline in crop production due to adoption of a conventional package of practices, chemical-intensive and high cost of crop production, depletion of groundwater and scarcity of water for agriculture, post-harvest crop losses, weak market linkage, the decline in dairy production and improper livestock management practice.

Our Activities

Proposing a range of interventions to promote sustainable agricultural practices in all the three locations with the following objectives

  • Strengthening community-based organisations by building their capacities.
  • Natural resource management through promotion of soil and water conservation.
  • Promotion of sustainable agriculture practices within smallholder farmers.
  • Enterprise promotion and support.
  • Enabling environment creation for enterprise and smallholder farmers.


  • Reached 12,000 smallholder farmers’ households in Bhatinda, Punjab.
  • Reached 12,000 smallholder farmers’ households in Damoh, Madhya Pradesh.
  • Reached 8,000 smallholder farmers’ households in Chhota Udepur, Gujarat.

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Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi – 110020 (INDIA)