Skill Development on Cane and Bamboo

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This is a double-edged project. The objective of this project is to effectively curb carbon by bamboo plantation. And to train and develop the skill of the rural women in the ancient handicraft of cane and bamboos. Bamboo is considered to be the cheapest of the woods. In some parts of the world, it is… Continue reading Skill Development on Cane and Bamboo

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This is a double-edged project. The objective of this project is to effectively curb carbon by
bamboo plantation. And to train and develop the skill of the rural women in the ancient
handicraft of cane and bamboos.

Bamboo is considered to be the cheapest of the woods. In some parts of the world, it is also
known as poor men’s timber. Throughout the subtropics and the tropic, about 1 billion rural
populations depend on bamboo.
This project is not only going to help the environment but also the habitat of that environment.

 

Social

  • Affordable and easy to grow wood for the rural population.
  • Used in and for manufacturing agriculture tools.
  • Women empowerment.
  • Preserving ancient handicraft culture. Which can help tourism of the sector.

 

Environment

  • Bamboo releases 35% more oxygen than other plants to the atmosphere.
  • It sequesters 20% carbon dioxide.
  • It requires no pesticides. That means no damage to the soil and the nearby water
    resources.
  • Considered as green gold, bamboo helps improve nitrogen in the ground.

 

Other Benefits

  • Employment and entrepreneurship opportunities.
  • It can be used to make agriculture tools, sheds, water harvesting.
  • Quick return on investment. Bamboo can grow 1 meter in 24 hours. Annual harvesting
    of bamboo can generate a regular
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