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Natural Resource Management


Natural Resources Management Projects wing was started 10 years ago as a part of the ‘Holistic Development’ policy when SPMESM project champions realized that the common rural man usually falls prey to the vicious cycle of rural ‘Poverty- Unemployment- Lack of Opportunities- Health Issues- Poverty’! Later the initiatives have been separated in two departments NRM and Sustainable Development.

NRM wing of SPMESM today has reached up to 4 districts and over 100 villages and is working with the most adversely affected section of the Global Climate Change- the small and marginal farmers for their Water and Soil Conservation.

The Marathawada region of Maharashtra is infamous for its recurrent droughts and its consequences on the human life. Keeping in mind the need of the region, we have started multiple watershed development and micro-irrigation projects that have led to farmers seeing more than 100% increase in their produce. As a result, the mass migration to cities has been significantly reduced and youngsters are now looking upon farming as a serious livelihood option.

Projects

Praj Jal Abhiyan

Water Sustainability for agriculture through development of water resources for 22 drought affected villages in last 7 years in Paithan, Phulambri, Sillod laocks of Aurangabad, Bhokardan and Badnapur Blocks of Jalna Districts.

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Project Girija (ACCF)

A perfect example of Public Private Partnership and Community Engagement for the much needed watershed and livelihood development. Started in 2018, this mega project is changing the future of the most drought affected villages in Phulambri Block.

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Project Girija (NABARD)

A perfect example of Public Private Partnership and Community Engagement for the much needed watershed and livelihood development. Started in 2018, this mega project is changing the future of the most drought affected villages in Phulambri Block.

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Project Sinchan-2

Water Resource Development work in Chowka village in Aurangabad District and SRPF Campus at Aurangabad.

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Project Seena

Implementation of Watershed Management Initiatives (Rejuvenation of defunct water structures and construction of new structures) in 5 villages of Bhoom Taluka of Osmanabad District in Maharashtra.

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Madhav Jal Abhiyan

Khamkheda is Dudhana Basin Rejuvenation program and it aims at the restoration of the existing water harvesting structures and soil and water conservation activities in Khamkheda (Taluka & Dist: Aurangabad) watershed.

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Social Impact

75

Villages

2000 Million Liters

Water for 3000 Farmers

50 Major and 300+ Minor

Water Conservation Structures Every Year

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