Resource Management and Seva Mandir


About Resource Management Programs

The majority of rural residents with whom Seva Mandir works rely on subsistence agriculture in a region where the challenges of weather extremes, soil degradation, and uncontested encroachment on common lands are intensifying, exerting a negative pressure on livelihoods.

Over the last 35 years, the organization has helped to protect and manage roughly 8,000 acres of common lands, to develop sustainable watersheds for 6,000 families and enabled another 10,000 farmers to improve their agricultural yields.

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