To ensure a successful livelihood programme, the community members identify the business activity that is suitable for them in the local context and can be sustained. The community members are also trained by technical experts on the best way to promote the business.
In order to enable families to enhance income and thereby livelihood, World Vision India promotes interventions in the areas of agriculture (production, value addition, food processing, organic farming, irrigation, water development, product marketing etc), livestock development, enhancement of market access, skill upgradation of unemployed youths and community empowerment.
World Vision India partners with community based organisations to ensure close monitoring of programmes and greater success. The expertise, resources and infrastructure of government technical agencies are also optimally utilised in the process of developing livelihood potentials of communities. World Vision India focuses on empowering people’s organisations, self help groups (SHGs) and community collectives so that they mobilise additional resources for sustainable livelihood.