Smallholder farmers in a village in northwest India’s Rajasthan show how better access to water and nutrient-rich soil can bring new business opportunities and higher incomes. This model of sustainable farming grew from a partnership between the government, farm research groups, local NGOs and the villagers themselves.
Images and text by Alina Paul-Bossuet, communications specialist for the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)
Reportage: Megan Rowling
Editing: Shanshan Chen
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