The National Crime Records Bureau of India in its 2012 annual report, reported that 13,755 farmers committed suicide in India. Drought and continuous crop failure have forced many farmers to end their life. Unavailability of sustainable work and mounting debts are the main reasons to commit suicides.
The life of a farmer is very tough. With no other revenue source, he has to totally depend upon the year’s crop. And if it happens to fail, an entire year is lost.
The team went door to door to analyse their condition and based on their needs provided them with financial support.
We provided assistance of Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 20,000 to purchase seeds, fertilizers etc., so the families could continue with farming and the widows didn’t have to beg or take help from moneylenders.
We supports and educates affected farmers family to create second income source.