WE MAKE FARMERS RICH
Commercial supply chain dynamics do not by themselves address the challenges of India's employment, productivity and quality of life issues at Community level. However, it is apparent that global trade in Farming and allied Sector can either exploit for unilateral gain or collaborate to "share gain" towards sustainable development goals (SDG).
Through scientific selection, meaningful employment, enabling partnerships (Public - Private- Panchayat) and harnessing technology, CFM seeks to create wealth for its stakeholders - Farmers and their families at the bottom of the supply chain across India.
Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana
CFM has been implementing 60% of SAGY Guidelines under its projects Anhad Gram and Jaldhar. The learnings and experiences are translated towards implementation of SAGY in Jehanabad, Bihar.
Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana
Under Agri Skill Council of India CFM is skilling rurban youth and farmers in supply change management, agriculture extension volunteers, dairy farming and organic production systems.
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
Toilets conventionally constructed in 15 days are made by CFM in only 4 hours using pre-fabricated ferro-concrete technology. This is CFM’s small contribution in the mammoth task of building over 12 crore toilets in India.
CFM is helping build Self Corporatised Panchayats, which can sustain their operations through their own earnings. So far we have enabled 300 panchayats across India to unlock their value.
Jaldhar involves Integrated Watershed, Waste Water Management, creation of micro irrigation design systems and mitigating heavy metals to provide clean drinking water to the villagers.
CFM has changed the lives of farmers in over 500 villages by teaching them modern organic agriculture methods, better practices in animal husbandry and by initiating several welfare projects.
Ambuj Abha Stars
Taking a step further into the ecosystem of Indian farmers, CFM now offers their children quality education under Ambuj Abha Stars (AAS) programmes that focus on experiential learning.
CFM FARMER TRAINING AND SKILLING CENTRE
CFM’s GEOGRAPHIC PRESENCE
THE CFM TEAM
Dr. Ashok Ghosh
Dr. Ghosh is Chairman, SEAC – BIHAR, Member, Bihar State Pollution Control Board, Professor In charge, Dept. of EWM, A.N.College, Patna. He advises CFM on assessment and implementation of arsenic and fluoride mitigation.
NARESH KUMAR SHARMA
Naresh is an experienced soil chemist and is in charge of livelihood promotion based on sustainable agriculture; drought mitigation; diversion based irrigation systems; and integrated water management and sanitation.
Saurav has been responsible for overall functioning of CFM since its inception. As Secretary, he serves as the bridge between the Board and project team. He also looks after fund raising, networking and implementation of ongoing projects.
With 17 years of experience in working with Panchayati Raj Institutions, Sanjay is responsible for execution of Project Swa Nigamit Panchayat across CFM locations.
Anu looks after Communications at CFM. For a decade she worked on the editorial board of various magazines. At CFM she takes care of all internal and external communications.
Anurag looks after overall administration of CFM to ensure smooth functioning of head as well as local offices. He is the point of contact for all operations.
Rahul Kumar Singh
Rahul oversees CFM’s expansion in Gujarat and is responsible for execution of Project Anhad Gram Raska. His expertise is in ferro-concrete construction, which he puts to use in Swacch Bharat.