Van Dhan Vikas Karyakram
The tribal communities primarily depend on collection and sale of seasonal minor forest produces (MFP) for livelihood and income...
MFPNET is a network of stakeholders in the trade of MFPs which includes individuals, agencies, institutions etc interested in development of MFP.
Retail Marketing
TRIFED aims to improve the livelihood of the tribal communities by creating a sustainable market and create business opportunities ...


Majority of the tribals live in the forest areas and depend to a large extent for their livelihood and income generation by collection of Minor forest produce. TRIFED in its endeavor to develop the marketing of minor forest produce is engaged in skill up gradation and capacity building of Minor Forest Produce gatherers with the objective of improving their income by way of organizing training for non-destructive harvesting, primary processing, value addition and marketing of Minor Forest Produces. During the last few years, TRIFED has organized intensive training on sustainable collection, cultivation, primary processing, value addition and marketing of Honey, Gum Karaya, Mahua flower, Lac, Donna Pattal making, Hill Grass, Bamboo cultivation covering 50000 Gatherers. The training are organized through empanelled implementing agencies working in the field of tribal development. Click for more details >>.