Empowering Farmers: Story of Village Garden Assistant Swapna
Sabbavarapu Swapna, a village garden assistant from Auvruvada in Madugula Village, has been a ray of hope for farmers in the district. Her dedication towards her work and the farmers is unparalleled. Even in the face of adversity, she has gone above and beyond to ensure that farmers receive the benefits they rightfully deserve.
The introduction of the e-crop booking program by the state government was a game-changer for farmers, but it required farmers to register their land and crops online. This proved to be a challenge for many farmers in the district. However, Swapna took it upon herself to educate and register farmers for the e-crop booking program. Her tireless efforts led to 856 farmers registering a total of 1514.63 acres of farming land, resulting in the farmers receiving benefits such as crop sold and crop bheema.
Her support for farmers did not stop there. Swapna recognized the need for training programs for tribal farmers and provided services to them, including spraying water and other medicines on crops, to maximize their yields. Her efforts have not only helped farmers get maximum yields but also educated them about the importance of crop growth and the benefits of e-crop booking. In addition to providing farmers with vital services, Swapna has also conducted various activities such as seed distribution, fertilizer distribution, paddy procurement, issuing e-crop certificates, and field visits. Her efforts have made a significant impact on the lives of farmers in the district.
Her inspiring story serves as a testament to the power of dedication and hard work. As the famous quote by Martin Luther King Jr. goes, "If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward." Swapna embodies this spirit and her commitment to service has made her a true hero for farmers in Madugula village.