Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals (ISAP) is a non-government, non-profit organisation working since 2001 for the empowerment of rural India through sustainable farm and non-farm livelihood development.

ISAP is one of the largest networks of agriculture and allied sector professionals in India and acts as a bridge between this network of Indian rural communities and other stakeholders, including governments, large development organisations and corporate entities, through large-scale field implementation projects with integrated deployment of ICT for efficiency and scale.

We work for enhancing livelihood opportunities for the rural poor through interventions in sustainable agriculture and livestock development, access to water and sanitation, skills development and women empowerment. Through our targeted interventions for economic and environmental sustainability through farmer aggregation, knowledge empowerment and market linkages, we contribute towards food security and rural economic development.

With the active participation of our dedicated 200-plus staff and experts across 25 field offices in 17 states, so far we have contributed to enhancing livelihood opportunities for more than 400,000 farmer households, 1675 agri-preneurs, 9000 BPL youth, 15,000 women in 3500 villages, 250 blocks, 70 districts across India.

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17 States,
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250 Blocks,
3500 Villages
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Indian Agriculture Professionals group is probably the largest group of professionals connected with agriculture anywhere in the world.
We welcome farmers, professionals and entrepreneurs from the developed countries (US, Japan, Israel, EU countries etc) to join the platform if they wish to contribute their knowledge and technical expertise to the farming communities in India.
Small and Medium Enterprises in the sector and also various agtech/innovative agri startups who do not have a presence in India will find our platform a fertile ground to do quick dipstick surveys for their products and services in India. Learn more


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A Revolution by Mechanization!
  • Jamuna Lal (52) is a maize farmer of Bhilwara district in Rajasthan with 4 acres of land.
  • His best yield was 12 quintals per acre with good quality hybrid seeds.
  • Under project SHARE, Jamuna Lal improved his cultivation practices.
Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals
  • Farmer Households
  • Agri-Preneurs
  • BPL youth
  • Women
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