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Title: SRI: Introduction to KGVK and Usha Martin University

Title: SRI: Introduction to KGVK and Usha Martin University
Presenter: Yezdi P. Karai
Venue: Presented at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Date: May 22, 2014

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    1404 - SRI:  Introduction to KGVK and Usha Martin University 1404 - SRI: Introduction to KGVK and Usha Martin University Presentation Transcript

    • An Introduction to KGVK and Usha Martin University
    • KGVK The Ecosystem Evolution since 1972
    • The Eco System TVM Operations (Intervention Planning, Mapping and Execution Through Quality Circles) KGVK Society (Transform Beneficiaries to Producers, Entreprenurs & Customers) KGVK Social Enterprises Impact Measurement & Management (We Measure, Because It Matters) Usha Martin University KGVK Institute of Inclusive Growth (Making Education Employable) KGVK Agro Ltd (Create Market Linkage – Make a Civilization) KGVK Development Foundation
    • Integrated Rural Development Model Equitable, Scaleable, Sustainable & Adaptible PUBLIC : PRIVATE : PEOPLE’S : PARTNERSHIP (P4) Total Village Management – (TVM) Transformation from ’Beneficiary’ to ’Producer’, ’Entreprenuer’, ’Customer’ CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT : MEASURING IMPACT THROUGH SOCIAL RETURN ON INTERVENTIONS (SROI) ResourceMobilization& InfrastructureDevelopment Health:Nutrition Sanitation NaturalResource Management(NRM) Education Women’sEmpowerment AlternateEnergy CapacityBuilding& MarketLinkage Livelihood&FinancialInclusion Total Village Management (TVM) is a copyright of KGVK Development Foundation
    • TVM Roll Out Playbook – Main Processes Implement: Phase 1 – 90 Days Outcome Surveys* SROI Audit* Social Return On Interventions Planning / Training – Next Phase* Quality Circles* Implement: Phase 2 – 90 Days Baseline Surveys Outcome Targets Intervention Maps Faculty Training Panchayat/VDC Integration TVM Program Per Village Outcome Targets; Intervention Maps can be revised at the end of each Phase by the Quality Circle Team Continuous Improvement begins at the end of Implementation Phase 2 Implement & Measure *Repeated at the end of Phase 2 Plan & Train
    • BASELINE SURVEYS OUTCOME TARGETS INTERVENTION MAPS PANCHAYAT/VDC INTEGRATION TVM PROGRAM PER VILLAGE MAINTASKS DELIVERABLES/OU TCOMES MAINACTIVITIES 21-Village Program – Planning Processes (Note: Training Process occurs after Outcome Targets – not shown here) TVM Roll Out Playbook • Question Development • Feedback/Review • Pilot Surveys • Review & Amend • Conduct Field Surveys • Results • Specific Potential Improvements for each village; mapped to each TVM Pillar • Quality Circle Teams to validate acceptance by Village • Create SROI Targets • Define Interventions for Each Village linked to Village Household Plans • Interventions mapped to TVM 8 Pillars • Quality Circle Teams validate Intervention Maps • Secure Panchayat & VDC acceptance of Intervention Maps • Communicate Risk Mgt. items • Identify Village Champions & Village household clusters • Create Village QC teams – Feedback and Focus • Develop implementation calendar for the Intervention Maps • Publish the Calendar • QC team setup and introduction session to the Intervention Maps • Prepare • Collect Data • Collate Results • Source TVM Pillar resource and competency requirements • Multdimensional mapping • Link Interventions to Resources required & mobilize • Cost budget for each TVM Village • Direct detail contact with Panchayat/VDC • Prepare a Village Charter for TVM Implementation • Prepare Calendar • Village QC team to work with TVM Implementation team • Village Specific Survey Results • Common Factors • TVM Pillar Segmentation • Well defined Outcome Targets validated and accepted • Village Clusters defined • Intervention Maps • Resources / costs identified;QC teams have ownership • Village Charter signed by Panchayat / VDC accepting Intervention Maps & Targeted Outcomes for Phase 1 • Village Implementation Calendar • QC team readiness
    • IMPLEMENT PHASE 1 – 90 DAYS OUTCOME SURVEYS SOCIAL AUDIT QUALITY CIRCLES PLANNING/TRAINING – NEXT PHASE MAINTASKS DELIVERABLES/OU TCOMES MAINACTIVITIES 21-Village Program – Implementation and Measurement Processes TVM Roll Out Playbook • Implement Intervention Maps • Follow TVM Schedule Per Village • Village QC Teams – Feedback and Focus • Rapid Response to risks; issues and effectiveness gaps • Measure achievement of Outcome Targets • Confirm laws of evidence – reasonable, relevant, reliable • Report SROI targets achievement • Induct Social Audit Team to Phase 1; establish work calendar & program • Introduce to Panchayat / VDC / QC Teams • Communicate findings • Train and Prepare for next phase implementation • Update Intervention Maps • Village QC teams take over major implementation roles • Panchayat / VDC briefed on Phase 2 • Develop implementation calendar for the Intervention Maps • Publish the Calendar • QC team setup and introduction session to the Intervention Maps • Implement, get feedback; process visibility & updates to funding agencies, donors, Bridges Beyond Boundaries • Field Surveys • Panchayat/VDC/QC teams must concur with findings • Examine evidence • Work with TVM team • Train, learn and prepare • Obtain Feedback from Panchayat and VDC on Phase 2 • Prepare Calendar • Village QC team to work with TVM Implementation team • Village Specific Intervention Outcomes • Outcome evidence – data; audio-visual • Survey outcome report supported by audio-visual confirmation by Panchayat/VDC • Develop Reward & Recognition Plan • Social Audit Report on Target Outcomes • SROI report & Continuous Improvement targets • Village Phase 2 Charter signed by Panchayat and VDC. • QC teams trained and prepared to launch Phase 2 • Village Implementation Calendar • QC team readiness
    • Natural Resource Management Water : Agriculture : Forestry Health Seasonal Diseases : Malnutrition : Mother & Child Care Education KGVK Schools : Government Schools : Mobile Schools Infrastructure Sanitation : Water Energy Inclusion Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) SRI DairyLivestock Capacity BuildingWomens’ Empowerment Social Capital Group Economic Development Group
    • CHEVRON DIAGRAM 3D Problem Identification A listing of problems across all 8 pillars of TVM - eligible for Intervention Planning Quality Circles conducted by Village Communities Resource Mapping Venn diagrams that identify organizations, institutions, groups and locations that will influence decision making Seasonality Mapping Seasonal analysis of diseases, crops and village activities Social Mapping Recording of social facilities, infrastructure to enable village development planning Transect Walk Understand soil, water and habitat problems and opportunities at community level – build trust, confidence 1 2 3 4 5 SROI- Five Steps to Intervention Planning In TVM
    • Stabilize To resolve high social impact problems Structure Build capacity; infrastructure that enable capabilites Transform To create Livelihood Improvements and enable Financial Inclusion TVM is all about Interventions. Identifying, Planning, Executing and Measuring. While each village is unique; interventions are common because of the shared history of problems At KGVK we learn as we implement; Our customers are being trained to identify, plan, execute and measure SROI – Families of Interventions (Examples only – more detail exists)  Drinking Water  Smokeless Chullah  Seasonal Health Diseases  Village Level Entreprenurs  Vocation driven jobs  Dairy development  Livestock rearing  Eligible for Financial Inclusion Stabilize Unless Health and domestic environment is stable; transformation cannot take place. Investments are required; outcomes are non financial Structure Volume and Value metrics indicate capbailities. Market linkages enable transformation Transformation Beneficiaries become producers, entreprenurs and customers. Measure increases in income; acceptability for financial inclusion  Nutrition  Children’s Health  Temporary Sanitation  Women’s Empowerment  NRM Projects – continuous  Village Sanitation  School Infrastructure  Other Village Infrastructure  Vocational training  Market Linkages  Village Healthcare Programs  Rural Connectivity  Energy inclusion programs  SRI/SCI Programs  Non Food Crops  Dairy  Livestock
    • SRI At KGVK
    • SRI-Rice Farmer Induction Fast Facts for 2014 • Gained Farmers’ confidence • Now systemic through a Log Frame Model •2014 target will cover 300+ villages •18,900 Farmers •Approx 100k individuals benefit •Increased food security / Marketable Surplus •60 para-agronomists + 300 Rural Service Providers •Distribute 5,000 kgs of seeds •Impact Measurement : Independent Audit •Agri tools usage •Additionally induct 200 farmers in neighbouring state of Odisha A Timeline of Progress On SRI-Rice Interventions KGVK - In Jharkhand
    • SRI 2014 – The Kharif Season
    • Major Findings Independent study of the 2014 Project Re-evaluate the Impact Measurement & Management System Key Research Question Evidence that either supports or refutes the hypothesis that SRI interventions work best when integrated with social development interventions Knowledge Transfer to UMUs SRI Center Components that should feed into the SRI Data Lab, SRI Research Lab and Training SRI – Rice : Research Opportunities Fieldwork : Case Study Development SRI – Rice : Standalone Intervention v Integrated with Social Development  Baseline Data collection  SRI Intervention Inputs  Capacity Building,  Cultivation  Farmer Care May - September Continuous Process (Oct 2014 – March 2015) December 2014 Detailed Project Report (DPR )setup and preparation underway Create Multiple Case Studies – Planting, Weeding, Harvesting Data Analysis – Understanding success factors; Lessons Learnt Establish Linkages between Watershed Management and SRI success Kharif Season October - December  Output & Outcome (Harvest)  Evidence Based Harvest Data Collection  Validate Log Frame Model and Improve
    • The SRI Institute At Usha Martin University
    • Center For Sustainable Agriculture Center For SRI* Rice *SRI – System of Root Intensification Center For SRI* Wheat Center For SRI* Vegetables & Non Food Crops Center For Watershed Management 20182017201720162016201520152014 Phase 1 •Complete SRI –Rice Plan and launch •Identify and Start Research Projects on SRI –Rice and Watershed Management Phase 2 •Plan SRI –Wheat •Transition Field Experience to Plan for Center – Vegetables & Non Food Crops •Plan Center for Watershed Management Phase 3 Phase 4 •Staged Execution of Programs at all Centers •Collaborations and Joint Ventures •Host conferences and events •Plan Scaling up of operations in India •Introduce Certificaton Programs & Career Opportunities in Sustainable Agriculture
    • Value Proposition To be a total resource for Knowledge, Solutions /Services, Training, Network Linkage Customer Segments Serve diverse segments having similar needs Partnerships Multiple partnering relationships between academia, corporates, professionals, funders  SRI is all about Interventions. Identifying, Planning, Executing and Measuring.  Techniques, practices, training, seeds and tools are portable across geographies and national boundaries  Currently significant gaps exist in harmonizing SRI practices world wide – global mapping projects across multiple SRI attributes would create more knowledge and gains in output and outcomes  UMU is ideally situated in a major rice belt of India. Its unmatched permanent field access to villages where SRI is being introduced and practiced lends itself to research and perfecting SRI practices Center of Sustainable Agriculture – SRI-Rice Center Knowledge Hub  SRI Data Lab  SRI Research Lab Training  Para Agronomists  Rural Service Providers  SRI Field Work Network Linkage  Customers - Partners  Technology Partners – Data Collection (Vera Solutions); Performance Reporting (Sales Force Foundation); SRI Analytics (IBM SPSS)  Impact Measurement Partners – Niiti Consulting  Media Partners  Market Linkage Partners Solutions & Services  SRI Interventions  Standalone /TVM  Biomass/Compost Dev  Soil Lab – Testing Analysis  Seed Analysis, Development & Procurement  Impact Measurement (SROI)  Tools - R&D/Supply Network  GIS Mapping  Farmers  Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Programs  NGOs  Development Institutions  Universities  Research Institutes  Government Programs  Research Partners (Collaborative Agreements; Joint Projects)  Field Partners e.g. KGVK  SRI Solution Partners e.g. NGOs that have unique solutions & need academia linkages Resources Hard and Soft resources being committed at Usha Martin University  Building Infrastructure (included in Campus Master Plan)  Field work infrastructure in place through Field Partner – KGVK  Front & Back Office Processes (re-locate some and scale up +new)  Technology Licenses  People  Scientists  Technicians  Permanent Staff  Rotate – Projects  Center Apprentices  Rural Service Provider Certification