Vikas Sahyog Pratishthan (VSP) works on Sustainable Livelihood mainly in drought prone areas of Maharashtra. This video is highlighting the achievements for the year 2016-2017 mainly from Livelihood context. Beneficiaries are introduced to various livelihood models such as Parisar Baug, Poultry and Goatery units. Also, Capital support of agricultural equipment such as Sprinklers and Spiral Separators are provided for increase in production.
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