Founded in 1992 by some energetic and caring women, the voluntary organization TADASHA furthered its income generation empowerment initiatives from Bhubaneswar to tribal dominant backward district of Kendujhar to attain other diverse promises of its objects. The organization extended a paradigm stride during 1999 by entering into the complex field of watershed development activity broadening target for empowerment of human and natural resources of delineated area through implementing an Integrated Wasteland Development Project under Govt. of India. Subsequently, the piloting of Prof. JS Bali’s Bio-Industrial Watershed Development model, nation’s pioneer project on land care concept, contained with development equation of human capital, natural capital like land-water-biomass and market capital associated with knowledge, micro-finance and other fabricated imperative infrastructure supports gained strength to challenge the universal concept of “Millennium Development Goals” or an “Inclusive Growth and Development” strategy in the district of Kendujhar. Value addition to the inhabitants through qualitative education, essential basic health care, and factor-need barefoot knowledge or an appropriate skill access to all segments, especially the growing unrest youths are in the strategy for attaining the ultimate objects.