"Grameen Adivasi Farmer Producer Company is organizing its first annual general meeting on 3rd Oct 2021. Board of Directors of 108 village co-operatives from Ghatanji, Kelapur & Zari Jamani blocks are going to attend the AGM at Kelapur, Yavatmal (MH). During AGM, the accounts of previous financial year and next year planned activities will be put in front of farmers."
"8 farmers from Unnao UP came for an exposure visit to our Federation Praja Mitra Raithu MAC FED in Adilabad. They stayed here for three days. They saw how our village-level cooperatives select their board members and then among the board members the selection process of the president, general manager, and vice president. They also went to the villages separately and spoke to farmers themselves. They understood the concept of savings at the village level and doing business together. They saw how these 8600 farmers proudly own and operate 5 ton per day capacity toor dal Processing Unit."
"In order to stop economic exploitation of tribal farmers and get fair price of agricultural commodities and make them happier, Shabari Tribal Vith Vikas Mahamandal under the guidance of Centre for Collective Development (www.ccd.ngo) organised meeting of all the tribal farmers of Ghatanji Taluka at Rashikashraya in Ghatanji and formed taluka level sub director general board in presence of all farmers and staff.".
Sri SatyaSai Farmer’s Mutually Aided Cooperative Federation, promoted by CCD (Centre for Collective Development) from past 6 Years is making apositive impact on farmer’s life successfully at AnantpurDistrict.
The fact that food companies prosper but farmers commit suicide shows that profits are in the market, not the farm. It is time to replicate the Amul story many times over In the ongoing debates on the new land acquisition bill, the potential of agribusiness to address agrarian distress has not been explored. There are several domestic agriculture companies, both listed and private, that are doing extremely well amidst an increasing number of farmers’ suicides.
As part of self assessment of previous year’s work, and setting up targets for the upcoming procurement season, CCD organized a Review and Planning meeting during 12thand 13thof August 2015.
This meeting targeted towards a practical and realistic situational analysis of the working area, and micro-level planning in drawing the targets. In addition to this the capabilities of the grass-root staff, their mode of operations and strategic approach were clearly analysed and suitably guided.
CCD follows the policy of organizing trainings to the newly recruited staff through organizing Induction Trainings.
During the month of June 2015, 6 new Field Officers were recruited in Puttaparthi Field Area. All the new staff members, along with the existing staff, underwent 2-days Induction Training at “Neredu Valley” training centre.