When the Governor of Maharashtra, Dr. P.C. Alexander visited the tribal development programme at Jawhar in Palghar district of Maharashtra, on October 24, 2001, his attention was drawn to a tribal woman Tulshi Rama Kinar, standing in the front row. It was revealed that as her husband was an alcoholic, she could not enroll in the programme. However, she managed to convince the BAIF Field team. After a few days, the blisters caused by digging the pits, came to the notice of her husband who changed his mind. This was three years prior to the visit of the Governor. Today, 20 years after joining the programme, the family is earning an annual income of Rs. 35,000 to Rs. 40,000 from mango, cashew and guava trees and Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 20,000 from sale of vegetables. Earlier, she was also selling 4 litres of buffalo milk every day and earning about Rs. 35000 to Rs.40000 annually. While one of her sons is employed with the Thane Municipal authorities, the other is employed with a private firm at Jawhar. Wadi has enabled her to arrange a good match for her only daughter.