“We are what we intake, for rejuvenation and boosting immunity. “

Esteemed as a best wellbeing health food over the globe, honey is among the most magnificent and purest creations. Honey is utilized as sweetener with tremendous medical advantages that has been valued since ages. It is used in several sectors filling in as a base for multiple benefits like traditional medications, boost memory and concentration, common home solution for skin and hair, facilitates sinus issues, mends skin conditions and many more. But without quality and security controls, this gift of nature has been debased.

We, at Jeevan Rekha Parishad endeavour constantly to raise our norms of creating unadulterated sweetener like Apiary and Forest honey with similar levels of energy, duty, commitment and care. These pure honey items meet the necessities and every one of your desires that the result is noticeable. Because we care for you!

Initiated in 2009 by JRP (Jeeven Rakha Parishad) in Khurdha distrct of Odisha, the project called“Project Madhu” has been extended in the name of the MNP. This project trails beekeepers across the different districts in Odisha like Bhadrak and Nayagarh district involving almost 300 improvised Scheduled caste & tribal women villagers. Apart from this, we also help farmers by providing knowledge, skills, beekeeping equipment and other resources requires to  enable them to generate honey production.We keep a close eye on the development of livelihood in villages, employing them and training them with the adequate knowledge and guidance. That’s why a district resource centre in each project district for beekeeping has been established, where women pool, filter and package their honey.

The first time in Odisha, Jeeven Rekha Parishad had a joint initiative of Madhu Network Project(MNP) and now known as MCP that was supported by the department for International Development (DFID), UK through “Jeevika Trust UK”. The 1st honey fair was organised at Bhubaneswar,Odisha in collaboration with  NABARD, KVIC, SSWB, OUAT,APICOL and the Horticulture Directorate of Odisha.