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The foundation, goal is to reduce farmer suicides and develop a high quality of life for Indian farmers. Under this project we are trying to save our beloved former from miss-happening. Indian former past 70 years always misused by the political parties in their vote bank agenda, Through “Annadata-Ek Khoz” project, the foundation help to our farmer including those related to hydroponics, irrigation techniques, educational resources and farmer health, NCRIB is empowering those in rural farming regions. The foundation play an important role to influences agricultural development among the farmer. Thousands of farmers, mostly from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh, have been camping at several Delhi border points since 26 November last year, demanding a repeal of three farm laws — Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020; the Farmers Empowerment and Protection) Agreement.
But, government is not supporting their issues due to lack of imagination of protestor. The foundation strengthening to participate in research and development on farmer and agriculture, and extension partnerships, development-oriented local governance and institutions such as cooperatives societies, farmer organizations and business associations, scientific institutions and unions support small-scale producers and entrepreneurs to capture and add value to existing opportunities on-farm, postharvest and in non-farm rural enterprises. In some instances, opportunities lie in those small-scale farming systems that have high water, nutrient and energy use efficiencies and conserve natural resources and biodiversity without sacrificing yield, but high marketing costs do not allow them to harness these opportunities.
The overall challenge is to double agricultural production during the next 25-50 years to meet the increased demand based on projected demographic and economic changes, as well as reducing post-harvest loss. The food needs to be nutritious, affordable and safe and produced in an socially and environmentally sustainable manner. The challenge is to meet this increased demand at a time of:
Increased competition for water from other sectors and a changing climate;
Increased competition for land from biofuels and infrastructure;
land policy conflicts
less labor due to endemic diseases, e.g., malaria, HIV-AIDS, and rural to urban migration;
less biodiversity at the genetic, species and ecosystem levels;
local and regional air pollution, e.g., tropospheric ozone and acid deposition; and
Our programme includes to assist small scale farmer
Directly buy from farmers
Support Agriculture Community
Eat at farm-to-table restaurants and cafes
Spread the word for the farmers
Promote local stores that sell local products
Purchase materials in local gardening shops
Top Issues for farmers
The ongoing trade war between the United States and China.
Rapidly depleting reserves of freshwater around the world.