Empowering Dairy Farms to Raise Poor

Dairy Farm

Starting a dairy farm is one of the successful business plans to save the poor from poverty. Any business needs good planning, set up of feasible goals, skills to run the business, and basic knowledge on demand and supply analysis. These skills are necessary to thrive in the dairy farm business for the long-term. The underprivileged dairy farmers don’t have enough resources and in-depth knowledge on running the business. Quality milk production is a challenge for India’s dairies as 60% of small-scale farms run local dairies and gain small profits.
If we equip the small dairies to produce more quality milk and provide training on demand and supply market analysis, wonders may happen to their lives. The poor can increase their standard of living by managing dairy farms. One of the unavoidable challenges of the dairy farms is heavy rains reducing the paddy growth. Most of the farmers will leave the business in the middle and migrate to cities due to the loss or other reasons. Due to this, India is losing quality milk, alongside these farmers are stuck in poverty. We must give the people a chance to grow their living standards in a democratic nation like India.
ISFH Foundation aspires to help dairy farmers grow their business by helping the end-to-end needs. Hence quality milk and its by-products are supplied to people at affordable prices. We provide training for the farmers to run a mini-dairy business successfully. We support the farmers to connect with well-qualified food service centers to feed the cows, goats, and buffalos to save the precious time and money of the dairy farmers.
Our nonprofit organization involves feeding the dairy farm businesses to increase their supplies, and releases finances to buy the animals, veterinary services, training, and marketing assistance for the small business owners. Take part in ISFH Foundation Programs to help the poor come out of poverty by joining as an ISFH Member, Volunteer, or Supporter.


Working for Better People Better India

When everyone's children are going back to school, we don't have money to pay their school fees; our earnings were just feeding us. Our children lost one year of education, and there is no hope for the future. ISFH Foundation Volunteers helped our children to continue our children's education.

Saraswathi Sankar

Our family runs a small vegetable business, and we got severely hit with the lockdown, and our business is no more existing as we can't bear the loss. Maintaining sanitization is difficult initially, and people didn't trust our small selling street business. But the ISFH Foundation helped us to continue our business, and now we are surviving with hope.

Suraj Kumar

We don't have food to eat during corona and lost our livelihood due to the sudden lockdown. I don't know where to go, and someone said about the Janaki Feeding Movement. I contacted ISFH Foundation through some friend's help. Thankfully, we have got great service in critical times. The food is fresh, tasty, and looks good.

Kusum Toppo

I lost all my hopes when I was diagnosed with pneumonia. We work to feed families and can't imagine getting the right treatment. One phone call from ISFH has changed my life. They said I could get treatment in my nearest private hospitals at zero cost. Even I got free medicine and travel expenses. Within three months, I recovered. Thanks to Tulsi Healthcare Movement, ISFH Foundation.

Rupa Devi