45618 0 0 false false false

Internship Details

Design Posters for the organisation and to design poster for a campaign that will be conducted to increase awareness on safe food.

No. of Positions

5

Application Deadline

Apply by: 21st Sep `15

Stipend

Rs. 0

About Company

Centre for Sustainable Agriculture is a professional resource organization engaged in establishing models of sustainable agriculture working in partnership with NGOs and Community Based Organizations by scaling up the successes and engaging with the establishment for a policy change. CSA is registered as Trust in 2004 in Hyderabad, India. CSA evolved from the sustainable agriculture desk of Centre for World Solidarity (www.cwsy.org) from 1998. CSA believes in promoting sustainable agricultural technologies that are based on farmers’ knowledge and skills, their innovation based on local conditions and their use of nature’s products and processes to gain better control over the pre-production and production processes involved in agriculture. CSA works with farmers to conserve their resources and their rights.

CSA is also engaged in establishing and working with Community Based Institutions to address their agriculture based livelihoods. CSA works in rainfed areas (Ananthpur, Mahaboobnagar dist of AP, Wardha in Maharastra etc), areas with intensive cultivation of commercial crops and suffering severe ecological and economic crisis (Faridkot dist of Punjab, Guntur, Warangal dists of AP) and Tribal areas (Araku and Nallamala in AP, Chattisgarh Tribal areas) CSA is working on periurban vegetable production in and around Hyderabad, Vishakapatnam, Guntur, Warangal and other towns in AP. The works include establishing vegetable production without using chemicals, village level collection centres and direct marketing in cities. CSA is also engaged in policy advocacy work mainly on the impacts of chemical and GM technologies, their regulatory systems, public support systems to small and marginal farmers and revitalizing rainfed agriculture. CSA is actively engaged with the government and people on the agriculture and climate change debate. Current are of work: Currently CSA is working in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab and Chattisgarh directly in 150 villages and provide technical support to organizations in Orissa and Karnataka. In the next five years CSA is planning to work in high resource intensive farming areas like the irrigated belts of AP and Punjab along with tribal farming areas like Chattisgarh, Jharkand, Bihar and Orissa in addition to rainfed areas in Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra in sustaining their livelihoods and farming.

Similar Internships