India is primarily an agrarian economy. Farming is the main livelihood for many people in the Tansa Valley. However, there are numerous environmental challenges, a limited growing season and significant associated costs that made sustaining a family with traditional farming alone difficult. PRASAD Chikitsa addresses this need by educating farmers about a range of issues, including how to increase crop output, conserve water, and implement year-round farming techniques. Since 2012, PRASAD has focused on organic farming and has committed to working with farmers who pledge to use organic farming techniques. PRASAD organizes and conducts trainings on a regular basis to build their capacity. They are taught preparation and application of organic farm input like vermicompost, jivamrut, ten leaf extract etc.