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  • ASA. Ensuring livelihoods with equity and dignity.
  • Our mission is to ensure the livelihoods for 3 million poor people through providing developmental services by 2015.

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  • 1.   “ Ensuring livelihoods with equity and dignity” ISO 9001:2008 SDTT SRI Partners meet
  • 2.
    • Action for Social Advancement (ASA), a not for profit organization formed in 1996 by a group of development professionals.
    • is a registered body under Societies & Trust Act.
  • 3. Ensuring livelihoods of poor people by providing developmental services, particularly through natural resource management Our Mission
  • 4. What we do
    • Direct Coverage in > 1000
    • villages & 120,000 families
    • Across 14 districts of
    • MP & 4 in Bihar
    • Work with tribal
    • & other socially disadvantaged
    • communities.
    • Through non direct approach
    • (helping the Govt. in MP & small
    • NGOs in other states), we cover about another 500 villages
  • 5. Our Team & Resources
    • Young team of over 60
    • professionally qualified
    • multi-disciplinary
    • professionals.
    • More than 160
    • Para-professionals
    • Annual outlay is
    • about Rs.18-20 Crore
  • 6. ASAs Programmes
    • Land & Water Resource Development
    • - 71090 Ha land treated under soil & moisture conservation
    • - 351 WHS
    • - 1265 Dug wells
    • - 15000 Ha brought under irrigation
    • - 15065 running meter of canal restoration
    • Agricultural Productivity Enhancement
    • & Agribusiness Promotion for Small Holders
    • - 223 varieties tested & 19 adopted
    • - 30500 varietal trials
    • - SRI/SWI with 14000 farmers
    • - 1005 vegetable garden
    • - 79 FFS
    • - 19 FPC
    • Institutional Credit for Agriculture
    • Research Training and Consultancy
  • 7. SDTT SRI PROJECT DISTRICTS: SDTT Project Districts
  • 8. CASTE WISE DISTRIBUTION OF SRI BENEFICIRIES IN BIHAR Sl.No District Block No. of Farmers Land (Ha) 1 Purnea Kirtianandnagar 150 4.7 2 Khagariya Choutham 542 41.7 3 Munger Bariyarpur 315 26.6 Total 1007 73
  • 9. Seed Treatment & Nursery Raising
  • 10. Stages of SRI…….
  • 11. SRI Yield
  • 12. SWI….. Sl. No. District Block No. of Farmers Land (Ha) 1 Purnea K. Nagar 710 82 2 Khagariya Belldaur 319 25 3 Munger Asarganj 1000 74 4 Total Bihar 2029 181
  • 13.  
  • 14. Promotion of System of Rice Intensification (SRI) to enhance food security of Small & marginal farmers of backward districts of Bihar Executive Summary and major physical achievement during the period:- Sr. No. Category Expected deliverables during the period Progress Achieved 1 Coverage
    • 3 District
    • 2000 farmers
    • C. 120 ha
    • 3 districts, namely Purnea, Khagariya & Munger
    • 1007 farmers in Kharif season in SRI
    • 2029 farmers in rabi season in SWI
    • C.
    • 73 ha in Kharif season in SRI
    • 181 ha in Rabi season in SWI
    2 Capacity Building of the Local Resource Pool 20 SRI facilitators 20 SRI facilitators trained 3 Capacity Building of farmers
    • Wall Painting
    • Video show
    • Pamphlet
    • Mass meeting
    • Capacity building for farmers (2 days)
    • 20 flex on SRI & SWI displayed
    • 5 Video shows done
    • 2000 Pamphlets distributed
    • 18 mass meeting conducted
    • 154 trainings conducted, 2463 trainee days generated
    4 Yield Assessment Yield data of 1000 SRI farmers Yield data of 1007 SRI farmers collected 6 Institution Building Organize 2000 farmers in LGs (learning group) 60 Farmer Groups Formed 7 Farmers through other sources 5000 farmers 12000 farmers through BRLPS & NABARDs support
  • 15.
    • Formation of Farmers group
    • All inputs like seed, fertilizers, trainings etc were rooted through these groups
    • On field demonstration of various component of SRI like seed treatment, nursery raising, transplantation, weeding etc
    • Enhanced visibility through flex, crop display board, pamphlets etc
    • On farm discussions
    • Robust monitoring system
    Our Approach/Methodology for SRI/SWI Promotion
  • 16. Contact us:   E-5/A, Girish Kunj, Above State Bank of India, Shapura Branch Bhopal 462 016   Tel: +91-755-405 7925, 242 7369 Fax: +91-755-242 7369 Email: [email_address]   Website: www.asaindia.org   Thank you