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Prakash, 62, struggled to keep up with the workload on his farm. A seed weeder provided by a project by Wells Fargo and WOTR helped ease his burden. His story is about a father’s love and sacrifice for his children’s future.
In Bhandar Kumta, Balaji Laxman Mule and his family have long faced water scarcity, limiting their farming to half the year. With the introduction of farm bunding, their well now retains water year-round, doubling their crop yields and income. The project with Wells Fargo in Bidar has brought profound change, turning their dream of water security into reality and enabling sustainable, year-round farming.
Sunita Jadhav from Bhandar Kumtha village, once struggling with daily wages, found new hope through goat rearing with support from Wells Fargo and WOTR. This venture provided her family financial stability, allowing her to earn a significant income and construct a shed for the goats’ safety.