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About AFPRO

AFPRO is a Not for Profit (NPO) established in 1966 as a secular Indian technical service organization and registered in 1967 under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 for providing social and technical support for the upliftment of the weaker sections of society including the poor and the marginalized. We evolved over the next decades into a development organization initially providing technical and then social support. Read More...


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OUR AIM

The Aim of the Society is development of weaker sections of rural community and to move towards sustainable development through overall increase in their knowledge and skills, in the areas which directly affect their standard and quality of life. Read More.....


   
 


 
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OUR FOCUS







Since our inception, we have developed some of the most vulnerable areas of the country through the development of water resources. The introduction and Read More.......        
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OUR APPROACH

Cost Effective Technologies: Poor and marginalized communities are a priority target group for us and one of the underlying concerns of working with them is sustainability of interventions. Therefore, we prefer to Read More....

       
   
Integrated Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management

 

Environmentally as well as economically, overusing chemical pesticides has proved to be unaffordable. Farmers face mounting debts in the form of increased input costs and health problems from exposure to contaminated land and water. The practice in itself is detrimental not only to humans but to the ecosystem as well. Read More...

       
 
Water Stressed

Drinking Water Security.

Although, national level policy documents envision administrative units at the lowest rung being able to internally meet their requirement of water, the gap between demand and availability is widening. Plaguing this gap is stiff competition Read More...

   
   
Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater Harvesting

One of the main challenges rainfed areas face is the erratic nature of rainfall. Sudden burst of rainfall, in the absence of appropriate land management practices results in large volumes of rainfall being lost as runoff. This runoff holds the potential to support valuable livelihoods through cultivation of second and third crops. Read More...


Biogas Technology

Conventional methods of cooking add tremendous pressure on natural resources with recurring demand for dry vegetative matter as fuel. In addition to that waste generated by livestock owned by locals is not put to the post efficient use. Burning biomass for purposes of cooking Read More....