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OZiva Kisaan Vikas Program aims to empower farmers

OZiva Kisaan Vikas Program

OZiva Kisaan Vikas Program to empower farmers

The OZiva Kisaan Vikas Program is being introduced by OZiva, India’s top certified clean and plant-based holistic wellness brand, as a way to express gratitude and appreciation to the country’s farmers.

The company wants to empower farmers and families through this campaign, starting with the education of the children of farmers. The environment that the company has been creating since 2016 is clean and built on plants, and the farmer community is a crucial component of it. Through this programme, OZiva will make a donation for each transaction made on www.oziva.in in order to improve the lives of the farmers and their families.

The OZiva Kisaan Vikaas programme, according to Mihir Gadani, Co-Founder of OZiva, is merely an extension of the deep gratitude we have for the farming community. Through this programme, we will evaluate our role in strengthening farmer families across the nation at various levels in order to carve out a brighter and more promising future for them. We are grateful for the chance to help and support the benefactors of our country, which makes us both proud and humble at the same time. “We strongly think that it is our job to give back to the farmer community who feeds the entire nation and constitutes a vital component of our plant-based ecology,” continued OZiva co-founder Aarti Gill.

OZiva Kisaan Vikas Program

In order to help 10,000 farmers sustain themselves and create a better future for their families, the programme will focus on four key areas of their lives over the course of the next seven years:

SHIKSHA – Supports young people’s education for a better future

AROGYA: Improved nutrition and health for farmers and their families

VRIDDHI – Equip farmers with knowledge of best practises for increased production

SAMPOORN – Establishing an environment where more and more farmers are given the means to source some of the essential components they produce.

The program’s initial phase, which got under way a few months ago, entailed funding the education and aspirations of 100 Maharashtrian farm children. The company hopes to help more children in the upcoming months while also establishing the groundwork for the program’s other activities.