Mana Andhra Pradesh

Global Collaboration RESETs Agriculture Farming as a solution to climate change Grameena Vikas Kendram

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Sourcing Journal

From Sustainable to Regenerative: The Ultimate Win-Win Solution in India’s Cotton Belt

We can actually reverse climate change by rebuilding soil biodiversity and ecosystems, encouraging existing farms to sequester atmospheric carbon using these farming methods. The RESET program is a pathway to scale the conversion of more organic farming in India (a farm must be free of GMOs and chemical pesticides for three years to be certified organic), and can be replicated in other cotton-growing regions for further positive impact.

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The Hindu

Linking Andhra with Europe via organic T-shirts

Social entrepreneurs Aneel Kumar Ambavaram and Sarat Gidda from Andhra Pradesh have successfully sold 40,000 T-shirts made of organic cotton grown in fully organic village Enabavi of Warangal by 50 farmers in the Netherlands in 2014 and 2015. They have now embarked on a mission to encourage at least 3,000 cotton farmers into organic farming in the State.

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‘RESET’ to Improve Tribal Farmers’ Income

Grameena Vikas Kendram, an NGO involved in promoting sustainable agriculture, and MetaWear, an American firm facilitating the sale of Indian-grown organic cotton, on Monday announced the launch of Regenerate Economy, Society and Environment through Textiles (RESET) project which will be implemented in the North Andhra region.

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Featuring RESET - GVK Society

The Better India

These Three Men Are Connecting Farmers in Andhra Pradesh to the Europe Market

GVK has set up farmers training systems under the project Hesperidin. Beneficiaries can collect and sell both fresh and dried fruits as per the quality standards.

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