Farmers used a lot of chemical pesticides to protect their crops. But frequent spraying has two serious side effects. First, it did not kill all the pests, and those that survived were more likely to develop resistance to the chemicals used.
Secondly, the sprays kill all the insects – pests as well as beneficial insects like ladybirds, dragonflies, and spiders that eat the pests. Without any of these natural enemies to keep pests in check, the numbers of pests rocketed soon after the farmer sprayed the field. As a result, the farmers increased the amount of chemicals in the spray and sprayed their crops more often. This only made the problem worse and they had to spend a good deal of money just to buy chemicals. Learn More
Most of PPT’s target population is represented by daily wage workers and marginal farmers and artisans. A great majority is in a way or another linked to agricultural seasonality, in a state where rainfall is decreasing year by year. To break the cycle of dependence and poverty it is necessary to provide livelihood opportunities depending on the skills and capabilities of the target population. Possible schemes include livestock rearing, poultry, dairy, occupational activities, petty shops
Although the Government putting all its efforts to develop the education system in India. Access, equity, and quality of education in India continue to haunt policymakers to this date.
This has mainly been due to widespread poverty and various prejudices. Thanks to the Right to Education (RTE) Compulsory education has brought the momentum in rural villages. Organizations if focus more on Child Education of Yenadi Tribes and work towards an increase in school enrolment and a decrease in child labor. The total literacy rate among the tribes when compared with other tribes and still needs to develop.
PRAJA PRAGATHI TRUST IS RESPONDING TO COVID 19 CRISIS IN SUPPORTING THE DAILY WAGE & MIGRANT WORKERS, SLUM DWELLERS, TRIBAL AND OTHER VULNERABLE IN CHITTOOR AND MAHBOOBNAGAR DISTRICTS
ORGANIZATION REQUEST TO KINDLY SUPPORT IN CASH, KIND AND MATERIALS . CONTACT M SRINIVASULU – 98482 42394 AND VASUDEVARAO – 8008605222