Demonstration on restoring community lands Sudan officials on the Project site Pastoralist with milk pot; milk product to sell Natural resources are managed by pastoralists

Krishi Avam Paristhitiki Vikas Sansthan (KRAPAVIS)

Org #468
Vetted since 2007 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
1992
year founded
$20,809
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

KRAPAVIS is a grass-roots organization concerned chiefly with the community-led revival of village forests, or orans, working in the arid of Thar Desert and semi - arid of Aravali hill bio-regions in Rajasthan. KRAPAVIS mission is clear: the betterment of ecology, agriculture and livestock practices, with a view to the sustainable livelihoods of rural pastoral communities in Rajasthan.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Aman  Singh
Aman Singh
Team
Pratibha Sisodia, Aman Singh, Dr. Ashok Kumar, Mr. Aman Singh: Team Leader/ Chief Coordinator, Ms. Pratibha Sisodia: Program Director, Mr. Y YogendrCoordinator cum In charge of KRAPAVIS Train, Ms. Sona Mai: In charge of Tree Nursery Raising Women Worki, Mr. S Chauhan: Account In charge, Mr. udradutt Joshi: Administrator cum Field Executive, Mr. BalaSahay Tiwari: Field Executive, Ms. Prerana Chauhan In charge Documentation
Organization Information
http://www.krapavis-oran.org
KRAPAVIS, 5 / 218 Kala Kua Aravali Vihar
Alwar, Rajasthan 301001
India
+91-144-2344863

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2283253713
Organization Information
http://www.krapavis-oran.org
KRAPAVIS, 5 / 218 Kala Kua Aravali Vihar
Alwar, Rajasthan 301001
India
+91-144-2344863

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2283253713

Project Reports

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Jun 11, 2018
Sudan learns from our Project
A group of 22 Sudan officials, representing Butana Integrated Rural Development Project (BIRDP), an IFAD funded project in Sudan; visited KRAPAVIS project and field work on forestry related...
Mar 19, 2018
Natural resources are managed by pastoralists
“This field visit clearly demonstrated that KRAPAVIS’ project increases villagers’ involvement in conservation, a better approach to human-wildlife coexistence than removal &...
Dec 20, 2017
Why Restoring Community land is Important for Us?
On 30th Oct 2017, community leaders from the project villages met in an annual meeting, to discuss the importance of the restoration work on the community lands. They concluded that about 30-40 % of...
 
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