We empower women to lead in agriculture by teaching them to make panchakavya, a natural fertilizer.

Panchakavya reduces reliance on chemical fertilizers and pesticides, making farms more sustainable and profitable. It also improves food quality and makes it healthier for families and communities.

Empowering women to produce panchakavya also has social benefits. Women who are involved in agriculture are more likely to be involved in other aspects of community life, educate their children, and invest in their future.

We believe that empowering women is essential to creating a more sustainable and equitable world. By helping women to produce panchakavya, we are helping them to create a better future for themselves, their families, and their communities.