Rural Development

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES IN RURAL AREAS

‘Rural areas need to be improved’

“One individual can’t create the difference that is required in rural areas of Parbhani , hence Deepstambh “Gram Development Model “ allows communities and corporates to come together and make the difference at the last-mile level.”

- MEGHNA SAKORE- BORDIKAR

Health Awareness Seminars:

  • Awareness about hygienic food
  • Pure drinking water
  • Care of Heart disease
  • Malnutrition problem

Primary Education Awarness Program

  • Role of Education in life
  • Education for girl, child
  • Importance of education

Agitating Of Farmers

  • Proper cost of crop
  • Proper electricity supply
  • Proper roads for transportation
  • Storage Warehouse/Godown

Science activity for secondary school & Jr. college

  • Science festival
  • Research festival
  • Science programmes / workshops

Job creation at the farmer’s doorstep

Villagers should also be provided with training and Skilling in their areas of interest, as it could lead to higher earnings and credit-worthiness.

Though India is self sufficient in food production, then why not villagers, farmers .

Need to give sound theoretical knowledge and field practices. Meghna Didi knows ground realities and grass root problems of peoples. She says sound knowledge of how rural development schemes are managed is important. Most of the Parbhani district area is rural and drought prone. She says need to Empower rural Parbhani Area. On the behalf of Dipstambh Foundation she planned daily visits to each of the Parbhani villages.

India has become in the last decade, one of the largest producers of vehicles of several kinds in the world now, such kind of industrial areas can create job in Parbhani. Meghna Didi are taking consistent hard work and determination for solving issues like unemployment.

Sustainable rural development not possible without education

Our aims to encourage clustering in horticulture production and marketing, increase the allocation for organic farming, provide cheaper credit to small farmers and create infrastructure funds for animal husbandry.

Though India is self sufficient in food production, then why not villagers, farmers.

We need to promote digital and financial inclusion, encourage rural entrepreneurship, and build rural capacities and livelihoods.

Combined with improved seed supply and land and water management, which can in turn increase double and triple cropping, farmers’ income can grow.

Need to take high priority Efforts to create job opportunities in rural area of Parbhani.

Villagers should also be provided with training and skilling in their areas of interest, as it could lead to higher earnings and credit-worthiness.

Around 25% of Indian adults cannot read or write, and the gender divide must be addressed with investment, particularly in rural women’s education and training. Geographical application of new technologies is still limited in rural areas; many farmers remain unaware of these advances. Insufficient connectivity in rural areas along with a lack of basic computer knowledge and literacy hinder development. Substantial investment is needed in physical infrastructure, power, broadband, transportation and education, particularly in rural regions and among the poorest populations.