Awareness programme on Health and Nutrition among women and children at priority and training programme on Kitchen Gardening and Drudgery reducing implements for farm women was organized by Agricultural Research Station, Karimnagar at Adopted Village, Perkapally of Saidapur Mandal on 16th June, 2022. Dr. G.Usharani Scientist (Pl.Br.) and Adopted Village Incharge welcomed the dignitaries on to the dias and briefed the activities conducted in the adopted village. She sensitized the women to utilize the training programme as an opportunity to learn skills in kitchen gardening for growing all the required vegetables in their backyard which is the best way to consume fresh pesticide residue free fruits and vegetables as women and children malnourishment has been a persistent concern due to poor intake of fruits and vegetables. Krishi Vignan Kendra, Jammikunta Homescience, Scientist, Smt. A. Prashanthi, addressed the women farmers and provided awareness on health and nutrition among women and children and added that Malnutrition increases the susceptibility to infection and infection also contributes to malnutrition which is a vicious cycle. She focused on the probiotics, natural foods rather than cooked foods for consumption and age old practices of cooking for retention of nutrients to overcome the sudden infections due to microbes and to attain overall immunity. She also stressed upon the essence to maintain kitchen gardens in all the homes of the village to obtain foods and also to become self sufficient to meet the vegetable requirement of their families which are the immunity boosting foods during COVID situations and also help in inculcating healthy dietary habit in children. Various drudgery reducing implements for farm women like fertilizer applicator, easy planter, drum seeder, knitted gloves, chilli cutters, bhendi cutters, star weeders, etc. to overcome stress problems were delineated and the methods to obtain loans and repayment schedules for their purchase were also explained. Dr.M.Rajendra Prasad, Scientist, DAATTC, has enlightened the farmers to ensure seed treatment before sowing to reduce damage due to pest and disease attacks. The Sarpanch, Sri. Baththula Komaraiah, AEO, Sri. Vamshi, Coromandel firm staff, Sri. Prem and around 50 women farmers and 20 progressive farmers participated in the programme.