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  • 1. To control Soil-water erosion and lessen the Land degradation on Forest and Non-forest area. To improve Protection and Management of Forests through greater Community Involvement. For remove Barriers to Promoting Sustainable Rural Livelihood, and Provide a Broader range of Livelihood options for the Tribal/Rural poor.
  • 2.        Generation of additional income and livelihood Opportunities for the people living in and around Forest area To Provide alternative sources of Fuel wood requirements of People To provide alternative sources of Fodder for livestock Treatment of Watershed on Forest/nonforest land To improve the present Agriculture practices To improve the livestock breed Capacity building of JFMC members
  • 3. SITE SELECTION  From RDBF & Overlapping Working Circles of Working Plan of the Division Objectives of RDBF    To rehabilitate the degraded bamboo forest area To increase the income of selected beneficiaries To increase the livelihood of beneficiaries
  • 4. Range 1 : SIDHI Village : Baghaun, Dhumma, Charhaie Tahsil : Sidhi Distance : 39 KM RDBF Range 2 : CHURHAT Village : Maldeva, Padkhuri Tahsil : Churhat Distance : 51 KM ENERGY PLANT FODDER PLANT WATERSHED MNGMNT
  • 5. RDBF ENERGY PLANT FODDER PLANT WATERSHED MNGMNT Range 4 : MOHAN Range 3 : MADWAS -VillageKhajuriha, Dhanaur, Badkadol -VillageChaparatola, Piparaha Tahsil : Madwas Distance : 56 KM Tahsil : Kusmi Distance : 82 KM
  • 6. Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 Segment 1 Plantation and Forest 2 Protection with Soil- 3 water Conservation 4 5 1 2 3 Small Medium 4 Enterprises 5 6 7 1 Capacity Building 2 1 Energy Conservation 2 / Renewal Energy 3 Activities RDBF Energy Plantation Fodder Plantation Watershed Management Home Garden Development Agarbatti Nirman Cloth Waste Rope Sisal Rope / Handicraft Agriculture & Animal Husbandry Biodynamic Farming Fishries Culture Lakh Cultivation Workshop & Training Exposure visits Solar Equipment Distribution Bio-Gas Deenbandhu Model Eco-Chulha Distribution Objectives To Consume the Nature and to Utilize the Human Recourses. To provide an opportunity for livelihood or “AJEEVIKA” Trained and equipped to improve living standards and agriculture. Use of alternative energy and renewable energy to save and increase the biodiversity and health conditions
  • 7. 1 RDBF Plantation and Forest 2 Protection with Soil- 3 water Conservation 4 5 1 Sr. Particulars No. 1 Area Allotment Energy Plantation Fodder Plantation Watershed Management Home Garden Development To Consume the Nature and to Utilize the Human Recourses. Range Sidhi 560 ha Range Churhat 640 ha Range Madwas 640 ha Range Mohan 560 ha 2400 ha 560 ha 640 ha 640 ha 560 ha 2400 ha 28 32 32 28 120 Total 2 Achievement 3 No. Of beneficiaries 4 No. Of Treated Clumps 42795 69354 19832 35909 167890 5 Estimated Production 213975 346770 99160 179545 * 839450
  • 8. 1 1 Plantation and Forest Protection with Soilwater Conservation S. No. 1 2 3 4 Duration First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year RDBF 2 3 4 5 Energy Plantation Fodder Plantation Watershed Management Home Garden Development To Consume the Nature and to Utilize the Human Recourses. Karla Mohila Pakia Total 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 5 6 10 14 18 14 18 23 28
  • 9. Baghau, Range Sidhi
  • 10. 1 Plantation and Forest 2 Protection with Soil- 3 water Conservation 4 5 1 Sr. No. Particulars RDBF Energy Plantation Fodder Plantation Watershed Management Home Garden Development To Consume the Nature and to Utilize the Human Recourses. Range Sidhi Range Churhat Range Madwas Range Mohan Total 1 Area Allotment 20 ha 10 ha 05 ha 05 ha 40 ha 2 Achievement 20 ha 10 ha 05 ha 05 ha 40 ha 3 Plantation 32419 15114 7471 6530 61534
  • 11. Baghau, Range Sidhi
  • 12. 1 Plantation and Forest 2 Protection with Soil- 3 water Conservation 4 1 5 Sr. No. Particulars RDBF Energy Plantation Fodder Plantation Watershed Management Home Garden Devlopment To Consume the Nature and to Utilize the Human Recourses. Range Sidhi Range Churhat Range Madwas Range Mohan Total 1 Area Allotment 15 ha 15 ha Nil 05 ha 35 ha 2 Achievement 15 ha 15 ha Nil 05 ha 35 ha 3 Plantation 9721 9510 Nil - 19231 5 No. Of beneficiaries 210 170 185 165 730
  • 13. Maldeva Range Churhat Charhai Range Sidhi
  • 14. 1 1 Plantation and Forest 2 Protection with Soil- 3 water Conservation 4 5 Sr. Particulars No. 1 Area Allotment 2 Achievement Structure a.) C.T. b.) Bolder chekdam c.) Percolation Tank d.) Nala Bandhan 4 Plantation RDBF Energy Plantation Fodder Plantation Watershed Management To Consume the Nature and to Utilize the Human Recourses. Home Garden Devlopment Range Sidhi Range Churhat Range Madwas Range Mohan Total 200 ha 200 ha 100 ha 100 ha 600 ha 200 ha 200 ha 100 ha 100 ha 600 ha 7600 7100 6100 6100 26900 1840 Qmt 2880 Qmt 1040 Qmt 1040 Qmt 6800 Qmt 2 2 - 2 6 - - - - - 13600 13000 9030 9300 44930
  • 15. 1 Plantation and Forest 2 Protection with Soil- 3 4 water Conservation 1 5 Sr. No. Particulars RDBF Energy Plantation Fodder Plantation Watershed Management To Consume the Nature and to Utilize the Human Recourses. Home Garden Devlopment Range Sidhi Range Churhat Range Madwas Range Mohan Total 1 No. Of Village 05 03 01 - 09 3 No. Of beneficiaries 515 732 24 - 1271 4 Plants distribution 11200 43550 11300 - 66050
  • 16. Aloevera Plantation, Range Churhat Activity increases Awareness about Health and Nutrition along with Identification of Medicinal Plants and its uses among the beneficiaries.
  • 17. 1 Agarbatti Nirman Small 2 Medium Enterprises Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 2 3 4 5 6 7 Particulars No. Of SHG No. Of Village No. Of beneficiaries Total Production in Ton Increase In Average Family Income Cloth Waste Rope Sisal Rope / Handicraft Agriculture & Animal Husbandry Biodynamic Farming Fisheries Culture Lakh Cultivation To provide an opportunity for livelihood or “AJEEVIKA” Range Sidhi 223 31 3100 90 Range Churhat 42 13 978 3 Range Madwas 40 12 512 1 Range Mohan 34 05 442 2 2500 1400 1900 1100 Total 339 61 5032 96 - Incense stick production has become a cottage industry and now it is going to be a producer company.
  • 18. Kolhudeeh, Range Sidhi
  • 19. 1 Small 2 Medium Enterprises Sr. No. Particulars Agarbatti Nirman 2 Cloth Waste Rope 3 4 5 6 7 Sisal Rope / Handicraft Agriculture & Animal Husbandry Biodynamic Farming Fisheries Culture Lakh Cultivation To provide an opportunity for livelihood or “AJEEVIKA” Range Sidhi Range Churhat Range Madwas Range Mohan Total 1 No. Of SHG 07 04 03 02 16 2 No. Of beneficiaries 55 32 25 20 132
  • 20. Gandhigram, Range Sidhi
  • 21. Small 2 Medium Enterprises Sr. No. Particulars 1 2 Agarbatti Nirman Cloth Waste Rope 3 Sisal Rope / Handicraft 4 5 6 7 Agriculture & Animal Husbandry Biodynamic Farming Fisheries Culture Lakh Cultivation To provide an opportunity for livelihood or “AJEEVIKA” Range Sidhi Range Churhat Range Madwas Range Mohan Total 1 No. Of SHG 15 - - - 15 2 No. Of beneficiaries 175 - - - 175
  • 22. Gandhigram, Range Sidhi
  • 23. 1 2 Small Medium Enterprises Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 Agarbatti Nirman 2 3 Cloth Waste Rope Sisal Rope / Handicraft 4 Agriculture & Animal Husbandry 5 6 7 Biodynamic Farming Fisheries Culture Lakh Cultivation Equipments which are Provided to beneficiaries Diesel Pumps Spray Pumps Sprinkler Set Chaff Cutter No. of Equipment 08 15 07 05 To provide an opportunity for livelihood or “AJEEVIKA” No. of Beneficiaries 08 15 07 04
  • 24. Small 2 Medium Enterprises Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Agarbatti Nirman Cloth Waste Rope Sisal Rope / Handicraft Agriculture & Animal Husbandry 5 Biodynamic Farming 6 7 Fisheries Culture Lakh Cultivation Range Sidhi 14 No. Of SHG 99 No. Of Farmers CPP Culture Production 7.52 Qtl. BD Compost Production 1000 Qtl. Particulars To provide an opportunity for livelihood or “AJEEVIKA” Range Churhat 02 14 0.16 Qtl. - Range Madwas 03 21 3.68 Qtl. 10 Qtl. Range Total Mohan 19 134 11.36 Qtl. 1010 Qtl.
  • 25. Gandhigram, Range Sidhi Badkadol, Range Madwas
  • 26. Small 2 Medium Enterprises 1 2 3 4 5 Agarbatti Nirman Cloth Waste Rope Sisal Rope / Handicraft Agriculture & Animal Husbandry Biodynamic Farming To provide an opportunity for livelihood or “AJEEVIKA” 6 Fisheries Culture 7 Sr. Particulars No. 1 No. Of SHG 2 No. Of Ponds 3 No. Of beneficiaries Increase Average Family 4 Income Lakh Cultivation Range Sidhi 35 35 350 Range Churhat 05 05 50 Range Madwas - Range Mohan - 2500 2500 - - Total 40 40 400 2500
  • 27. Khorwa, Range Sidhi
  • 28. Small 2 Medium Enterprises 1 2 3 4 5 6 Agarbatti Nirman Cloth Waste Rope Sisal Rope / Handicraft Agriculture & Animal Husbandry Biodynamic Farming Fisheries Culture 7 Lakh Cultivation To provide an opportunity for livelihood or “AJEEVIKA”
  • 29. Badkadol, Range Madwas
  • 30. 3 Capacity Building Sr. Activity Workshop & Training 2 Exposure visits 1 To trained and prepare for Improving their own living standards 1 Agarbatti Nirman 2 Sisal Handicraft Name of Experts Mr. Neelam Soni (Seoni) Mr. Usman Shekhani (C.G.) Mr. Love Kashyap (Balaghat) Ms. Nisha Parwani (Jabalpur) Recognition CEO- SAFE Foundation Member of NIA CEO- NATIVE Consultancy Prayash Mahila Sashaktikaran 3 Fisheries Culture Mr. M. Elias Khan (Bhopal) State Fisheries Expert 4 Biodynamic Farming Mr. Rajesh Tiwari (Nainital) Sarg Vikash Samiti
  • 31. Agarbatti KadiTraining, Gandhigram, Sidhi Agarbatti Training, Karuikhand, Sidhi
  • 32. Exposure Visit of Akola (M.H.)
  • 33. 4 Energy Conservation / Renewal Energy 1 2 3 Solar Equipment Distribution Bio-Gas Deenbandhu Modal Energy Conservation Eco-Chulha Distribution SOLAR EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTION : 120 Solar Lanterns are distributed to UNDP Beneficiaries. BIO-GAS DEENBANDHU MODAL : 10 UNDP Beneficiary's Houses are equipped with Bio Gas Deenbandhu Modal ECO-CHULHA DISTRIBUTION : 800 Eco-Chulha Distribution Process is going on….
  • 34. Biogas Baghau, Range Sidhi
  • 35. FOREST DENSITY INCREASED : Forest Density increased from 0.0 – 0.2 to 0.4-0.5 in Treated areas. SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION :  Areas treated under UNDP-GEF Project have shown remarkable increase in Soil and Water Conservation.  Dried Water holes have revived and Water Channels are flowing with Water for longer duration.  Soil Erosion decreased magnificently. POSITIVE EFFECTS ON BIODYVERSITY :  Number of Species have Increased Considerably in Project area, Gradual Increase in Herbs, Shrubs, with Tree Species have attracted the Wild Animals. Increase in Flora and Fauna observed and Noticed by many.  RET Species of Flora & Fauna are giving their presence in Project area like – Vultures and many Floral and Medicinal Species.
  • 36.  Aajivika Activities in Project area help Poor Families to increase their Monthly/Annual Income.  Economic Capabilities are increased gradually. Beneficiaries are conducting multifarious activities like Construction of Rooms Purchase of Milking Domestic Animals i.e. Buffalo, Cow, She Goat etc. Or Daughter’s Marriage.  Supply of Vegetable Seeds has increased the Vegetable Production to full fill their Domestic Needs.  Distribution of Medicinal Plants can helping the Local Vaidhya in treatment of various local Diseases.  Biodynamic farming increasing Crop Production which intern along with Fish Production increase the Vigour and Health of the People.
  • 37.  Women are Imparting in UNDP activities with the Beneficiaries and working as a Unit.  FPC and VFC Members are paying more attention towards Forest Protection and Tendency towards Stall Feeding of Cattles has increased considerably.  Villagers of UNDP-GEF Project area are now more capable for earning the sufficient amount because of Capacity Building Programs.  Increasing the tendency for use of Biodynamic Farming.  Migration of Villagers has Reduced considerably.  Villager’s Dependency on Forest for Fuel has gone down.  Linking Bond between Villagers and Forest Officials becoming Stronger Day by day for the Purpose of Biodiversity Conservation.
  • 38. A Presented By For