"We launched our project in this tiny village last year. Farmers are mostly marginal with small landholding and farming is totally rain-fed. So, first we started with a watershed project," she said while interacting with media persons at the village.
"Livelihood and food security for each household in the village are the main focus areas of the project," she added.
The project is being implemented in 250 villages across 10 states in the country targeting 20,000 marginal households from backward and marginalised communities.
On Wednesday, during her day-long visit to the remote village, she mingled with locals speaking in Gujarati, asking them about their needs and how the foundation can help them in improving their living conditions and playing Gujarati dandia with tribal women.