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Guntur (Dist), Andhra Pradesh,

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PROJECTS

1

Organic Farming

 

Since inception CVN is focusing on promoting sustainable agriculture over its working areas of Nellore and Guntur districts though networks with CVN-formed Farmers’ Clubs and NGOs. So far this very activity of promoting the eco-farmer friendly approaches utilizing the indigenous agro-knowledge of farming communities and bio-technology based fetilizers and pesticides reaching 500 acres and a network of more than 250 farming families covering 15 villages.

4

Coastal NRM

Conducting resource mapping and appraisal, we organize mass meetings and workshops in order to facilitate the public opinion, to collect signatures for recommendation and to make understand the issues to the public and others (Line departments) and also we seek funding for the same. The protection of natural resources is very important over our working areas, for the same is getting depleted day by day.

7

Health & Hygiene Literacy

CVN works to educate and inure the public to be habituated clean and healthy hygienic measures. The rural areas' lives are under the threat of many diseases, mal-nutrition, and communicable diseases due to non-hygienic and health habits and the use of tobacco and other health hazardous habits too. And it is noticed that even the girls on the onset of puberty stops even schooling! Open defecation is a serious issue the villages. So CVN takes this project to make them literate.

2

Life Security of Women

Awareness Creation is Education and it is very important to have positive changes towards sustainable changes and is common with any developmental projects’ success being played a key role in positive and indispensable changes among individuals, groups, societies etc. For, ignorance is the prime one that debilitates and makes vulnerable the people or society into exploitation, non-accesses, non-development, bondage.

3

Health and Sanitation 

The Health systems and status of the people’s especially those who live over the coastal and forest fringe villages of Eastern Ghats is so poor that they are subdued to many epidemics, ill health, seasonal diseases, malnutrition, child and maternal mortality and non- access to affordable and quality health care.  Basic health care, health-hygiene and sanitary education are also very low among the urban and rural lives.

5

Women Empowerment

Women Development and Empowerment is one of the prime objectives of CVN. Women’s socio-political participation will bring empowerment and equality in many levels, but in a country which has countless castes & sub-castes, religions, rituals, customs etc. it is not easily possible. But if they economically sustained the dependency will be reduced that make them to come out into mainstreams and utilize opportunities.

8

Rural Livelihood

Conducting resource mapping and appraisal, we organize mass meetings and workshops in order to facilitate the public opinion, to collect signatures for recommendation and to make understand the issues to the public and others (Line departments) and also we seek funding for the same. The protection of natural resources is very important over our working areas, for the same is getting depleted day by day.

6

Child Welfare

Coastal areas are always ignored and remain backward in many life basic development indicators. Education is one of the least developed one over the coastal areas. Still there are many children who are never been to school, drop outs and wander. One may think that among the indigenous communities of the coastal belts and forest fringe villages have high never been to school children, drop out... 

9

Eco-Restoration

Coastal areas are always ignored and remain backward in many life basic development indicators. Education is one of the least developed one over the coastal areas. Still there are many children who are never been to school, drop outs and wander. One may think that among the indigenous communities of the coastal belts and forest fringe villages have high never been to school children,