A New Sunrise; Partnership of KIIT-TBI with Live & Let Live Social Organization

On October 14th, 2023, KIIT-TBI and LALL (Live & Let Live social organization) assembled for a collaborative brainstorming session, under the guidance of Sri Samarendra Sahu, Advisor at KIIT-TBI. The meeting witnessed robust engagement from all members of the SFURTI vertical, along with significant contributions from key stakeholders of the LALL team, including Kshetramohan Behera, Secretary of LALL, Rashmi Ranjan Rout, Dr. Bipin Das, Sanjeeb Roy, and Sukanta Jena. The session culminated in a constructive discussion focused on bolstering the livelihoods of impoverished farmers through the integration of cutting-edge technology and contemporary methodologies. Given the shared objectives of both entities, this partnership promises a bright and promising future.

Leveraging 25 years of experience, LALL has championed agriculture and livelihood support for underprivileged farmers. Specializing in fostering Agro Entrepreneurs and Farmers’ Producer Organizations (FPOs), LALL operates across state lines. Its initiatives include the production of Foundation and certified seeds in conjunction with FPOs and OSSOPCA. Moreover, LALL is actively involved in the promotion of Hybrid maize seed cultivation and innovative Hydroponic Green Fodder techniques.

The collaborative efforts showcased during the brainstorming session between KIIT-TBI and LALL not only reflect a promising partnership but also lay the groundwork for a transformative shift in the agricultural landscape. With a firm commitment to integrating advanced technologies and sustainable methodologies, the collective endeavor of KIIT-TBI and LALL promises to bridge the gap between traditional farming practices and modern innovations. This partnership, grounded in the shared ambition of uplifting the livelihoods of marginalized farmers, stands as a testament to the potential of uniting expertise and resources for the greater good. As both organizations embark on this journey of progress and sustainable development, the future of the agricultural sector shines bright with the prospect of resilience and inclusive growth

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