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  • 1. AMHI AMHCYA AROGYASATHI(NODAL AGENCY FOR VIDARBHA REGION, MAHARASHTRA)(SIX MONTHLY REWIEW OF VIDHARBHA WORK)
    • Dr. SatishGogulwar
    • 2. Mr. AvilBorkar
    • 3. Mr.JaydeoBansod
    • 4. Mr. HarshawardhanSiddhanti
  • SUMMERY
    AmhiAmchayaArogyasathi is the nodal organisation as well as implementing organisation working for the welfare of society in tribal belt of Gadchiroli and Chandrapur districts since 25 years.
    Organisation has always supported and promoted organic and eco-friendly farming in the past.
    Our partner organization GraminYuvaPragatikMandalBhandara has been working on popularization of ecofriendly and sustainable farming and for the welfare of farmers from 1997.
    Concept of SRI and association with SDTT .
  • 5. BACK GROUND OF THE PROJECT
    • Vidarbha is the Major Paddy cultivator of Maharashtra
    • 6. Difficulties faced by local farmers
    • 7. Dependability of farmers on
    * Nature
    * External agencies
    • SRI excellent solution to the worsening
    Condition of famers
    * Low input
    * Effective utilization of natural recourses
    * High yield
    • Initiatives by SDTT, AAAS and GYPM
  • BACK GROUND OF THE PROJECT
    A demonstration program of SRI was taken in 2009 with 104 farmers in 2010.
    AAAS and GYPM by the virtue of immense response to the program it was extended to nearly 3000 farmers covering more than 1300 acres of land in 4 four major rice producing districts (Bhandara, Gondia, Chandrapur and Gadchiroli) of Vidarbha .
  • 8. SRI GOEGRPHICAL EXPANSION
    CHANDRAPUR
    BHANDARA
    GADCHIROLI
    GONDIA
  • 9. FULFILMENT OF OBJECTIVES
    Focus area- Small and marginalized farmers
    Why ?
    Potential of SRI program in bringing sustainable livelihood
    Vulnerability of the above to external factors
    Social models for effective implementation
    Farmers club
    Self help groups (SHGs)
    Other agencies
    NABARD
    Local govt. bodies
    Agriculture dept.
  • 10. PROJECT IMPLIMENTATION
    For the effective and smooth implementation of the program above way was chosen
    Appointment of staff which included
    • Technical expert (1)
    • 11. Assistant project coordinator(1)
    • 12. NGO incharge(2)
    • 13. Account cum MIS officer (2)
    • 14. Unit incharge (16)
    • 15. SRI VLRP (97)
    Preparation of training material
    3) Capacity building at various levels
    • Trainings of SRI NGO and unit incharge (4)
    • 19. Trainings of VLRP (3)
    • 20. Village level training of farmers (105)
    SDTT
    AAAS
    GYPM
  • 21. STRATERGIES FOR EVALUATION
    Collection of data-Filling of Management Information System formats
    Internal and external evaluation visits
    Surprise field visits
    Case studies
  • 22. OUR INITATIVES
    Organic farming
    Distribution of Biofertilizers
    Effective use of available biomass
    • Rapid decomposition technique
    • 23. Analogue to urea briged ( cow dung capsules).
  • OUR INITIATIVES
    Agriculture intensification
    System
    Considering the impact of SRI on paddy cultivation, we are also planning to use the principles of SRI i.e. Agricultural Intensification System for other vital grains such as millets.
    For the very purpose we are taking trials on Kutki(PanicumPsilopodium).
  • 24. CHALLENGES AHEAD
    Nature
    Lack of awareness
    Rigidness of the farmers
    Negative marketing of SRI system from some elements.
  • 25. IMPACT
    Increase in popularity of SRI cultivation technique in farmers of Vidarbha.
    Decreased dependency of farmers on external factors,
    Although there were untimely rains which created friendly atmosphere for pest causing heavy damage to crops all around the region but damage on the SRI crop was marginal.
    Increase in soil fertility and crop quality as whole.
    Effective use of inputs
    Better cost benefit ratio.
    Hope for cleaner environment.
    The technique has crossed the boundaries of project area and is gaining wide spread popularity from farmers across the region.
  • 26. IMPACT
    TRADTIONAL
    SRI
  • 27. THANKS FOR your
    PATIENT LISTINIG
  • 28. ?
    Question & Answers