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Facilitation of Rain Water Management

This program has contributed toward rehabilitating degraded land and changing them into a productive form in our intervention areas of Keonjhar where harvesting runoff water retains moisture in the land by constructing stonework core wall along with outlet at a suitable location. In hilly or plain areas, the principle of Ridge to Valley Treatment is followed in three consecutive parts like (a) managing the external runoff (b) managing the rain falling inside the treated area(C) preventing the loss of soil water through seepage from treated area. Rain water harvesting has increased cropping intensity—by converting about 20% of permanent unused lands into productive agriculture lands—and ensured irrigation availability especially during the critical crop growth stage. This has also enhanced land and water use efficiency of the system and increased household net income by two to three folds as compared to the baseline status.


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Women’s Organization for Socio-Cultural Awareness (WOSCA) is a voluntary organization born on 20th December 1993 with the commitment to serve the under privileged people.WOSCA also maintains the tie-up with the banks and others corporate sectors.

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