NGOs help farmers in digging farm ponds

NGOs help farmers in digging farm ponds
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The Deshpande Foundation launched their services jointly with the Komatireddy Prateek Foundation to help the farmers, who were facing immense hardships due to dry spell and drought-like conditions in the district. On Friday, they conducted a meeting with the local farmers in Kakulakondaram village of Nalgonda Mandal in the district and explained them as to how to store water and raise the water.

Nalgonda: The Deshpande Foundation launched their services jointly with the Komatireddy Prateek Foundation to help the farmers, who were facing immense hardships due to dry spell and drought-like conditions in the district. On Friday, they conducted a meeting with the local farmers in Kakulakondaram village of Nalgonda Mandal in the district and explained them as to how to store water and raise the water table.

In this connection, they inaugurated digging of farm ponds in the village. On the request made by the family members of the local farmer Kola Bikshamaiah, two members of the organisations dug farm ponds in the agricultural field of Bikshamaiah. Villagers keenly observed the method of digging farm ponds.

The farmers of the neighbouring Donakal village, who participated in the programme invited the organisers to their village to dig farm ponds in their fields. Komatiredy Prateek Foundation CEO Gona Reddy informed that they were going to conduct the skill development programmes for farmers jointly with the Deshpande Foundation.

He appealed to the weavers and students in Nalgonda and Mahbubnagar districts to utilise the opportunity. He informed that those interested in the digging of farm ponds should dial the mobile number 9533449446 for further details.

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