Solapur District of Maharashtra has been declared as a drought prone region. During this tensed situation the villages are even bounded with scarcity of water. To address and resolve this problem of scarcity of water and pathetic condition to villagers a NGO was setup in the month of July 2014 and today it is known as Madha Welfare Foundation (MWF).
Other Major Mentions
Vaccination and diagnostic programs for animals was organized by the Madha Welfare Foundation and Animal Husbandry Department, Zilla Parishad Solapur. It was organized in Laul and Kurdu village of Madha taluka.
Free Hearing Aid Camp
Starkey Foundation (US), Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan, Mumbai and Madha Welfare Foundation jointly conducted the camp. 50 deaf beneficiaries of Madha taluka were diagnosed in Indapur for Free Digital Hearing Instrument. At that time the beneficiaries were given the equipment.
Rejuvenation of Bend Nala
The Bend nala watershed having geographical area of approximate 20000 Ha and having length of the nala is 35500 mtrs which touches twelve villages. At present 47 small and big cement nala bandh are present on this nala which needs minor repairing and de-silting to improve water storage.
To take the advantage of better irrigation avenues , MWF has gone steps ahead in providing Farm ponds facility to various farmers for better crop production and protective irrigation.
Advance Farming Seminar
If we believe to change India then we need to bring better and modern techniques to our farms. Madha Welfare Foundation in association with NRCP has arranged educational sessions for farmers for advanced farming. It is always important to understand like how you can increase your productivity and increase your yield.
Rejuvenation of Manegaon Water Reservoir
Scientific analysis and discussions talks about the current downfall in the groundwater level across the globe and Solapur district being a drought prone district the situation is worst over here. To address the challenges MWF had taken the task of renovating the reservoir like lakes, ponds and wells.