Srizony Foundation has of own land 3.56 acre where year-round varieties of crops have been cultivating with own fund
Since 1991, Srizony Foundation has been implementing this project with the support of WFP & CARE. The group members are strongly motivated and educated for plantation of trees at their homestead, roadside and the embankment of the canal. Srizony Foundation has provided skill development training to the selected group member for tree planting activities. The broad object of the program is to create employment and drive economic benefits for the targeted beneficiaries.
Stall feeding of Black Bengal Goat:
Srizony Foundation has been working with the Livestock program since 1992, like goat rearing and goat fattening. From October 2006, Srizony Foundation started this project “Stall Feeding on Black Bengal Goat under Livestock Sector” in three upazilla (Jhenidah Sadar, Horinakundu and Kaligonj) of Jhenidah District. Winrock International gives technical and financial support for implementing the project. Improved technologies and best practices to rearing Black Bengal Goat in the working areas with NARS adopted technology on goat rearing. Feeding, breeding management and other types of informative/technologies have been introduced for maximizing benefits from goat rearing by poor farmers of the project in the targeted areas. The objective of the subproject: Technology transfer; Contact production promote; Capacity building; and Human resource development for program implementation. Implementation strategy includes; Supporting Stakeholders Initiatives; Partnership; NARS technology involvement; Value Chain management; Demand-led product; Poverty focused; BDS market development approach; Participatory management; and Blending Technical and social science.
Small Scale Water Resources and Sector Development Project-II:
With the financial and technical assistance of LGED, Srizony Foundation has been implementing the Small Scale Water Resources Development Sector Project (SSWRDSP) since the year of 2003. It has been implementing under the participatory approaches in the 3 districts namely; Brahmanbaria, Habigonj and Mowlovi Bazar. The overall objective of the project is to reduce poverty through the increase of sustainable agriculture and fishery development. The specific objective of the project is to develop sustainable stakeholders driven small-scale water resources management systems with special attention to the poorer section of the population of those 3 districts.