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  • 1. Welcome from Mount Valley Development Association
  • 2. Main objectives of organization:
    • Proper management of natural resources .
    • Livelihood development, based on natural resources .
    • Eradication of social discrimination.
    • Advocacy on rights of marginalized , poor and exploited communities. .
    • To ensure community participation in development related works .
    • Promote organic farming.
    • Formation of community based organization, its capacity building and ensure accountability.
    • Promote good governance .
  • 3. Organization’s implementation and achievement strategies
    • Formation of community based Org. and capacity building.
    • Participation of community in implementation of development activities.
    • Survey , research and documentations .
    • Transparency and accountability .
    • Capacity development of human resources.
    • Believe in learning .
  • 4. Milestones of organization
    • Formation of a milk production and marketing federation of 162 women at block development level under the livelihood promotion activities .
    • Formation of a strong CBO of 1215 women - Bhilangna Sakhi Sangathan at Block level on women’s right, rights food and livelihood issues .
    • Formation of 334 women based self help groups in 56 villages of Bhilangna block.
    • Formation of two water shed federation, 14 villages development committees and 19 consumer groups for implementation natural resources management activities.
    • Formation of 40 bal panchayat for promoting children’ rights and right to education.
    • Collaboration of 5200 farmers for crops intensifications .
    • Formation of 5 successful model of livelihoods
  • 5. System Rice Intensification (SRI) 2010
    • District: Tehri Garhwal
    • Blocks: Bhilangana, Jakhanidhar & Kirtinagar.
    • State: Uttarakhand
    • Total villages: 34
    • Total farmers: 5420
    • Total area: 367 Hectars.
  • 6. System Rice Intensification (SRI) 2010 Name of Block Name of Nyaya Panchayat Total villages Total farmers Total area in Acers. Bhilangana Khaseti Jakh Nailchami Kothiyada Dewat Patagali 6 3 9 3 2 620 418 1442 339 386 93-35 106-05 202-5 50-7 67-15 Jakhanidhar Chah gadoliya 3 434 60-85 Kirtinagar Sema 8 1116 172-99 Total 07 34 4755 753-59
  • 7. System Wheat Intensification (S.W.I) Name of Block Name of Nyaya Panchayat Total villages Total farmers Area (Ha.) Bhilangana Khaseti Jakh Nailchami Kothiyada Patagali 4 2 5 1 65 57 170 62 1.68 2.3 5.6 3.7 Jakhanidhar Chah gadoliya 3 97 5.82 Kirtinagar Sema 3 54 1.78 Total 6 18 505 20.88
  • 8. TARGET AND ACHIEVEMENT OF SRI and SWI Block Covered 2010 Kharif 2010 Ravi Famer Area in Ha Famer Area in Ha Target Achievement Target Achievement Target Achievement Target Achievement 03 5000 - 4755 160 SCI 300 - 341 5.2 500 505 20 20.88 Total 5000 4915 300 346.2 500 505 20 20.88
  • 9. Comparison between SRI and conventional paddy (2006-2010) S. No. Parameter 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010     Con. SRI Con. SRI Con. SRI Con. SRI Con. SRI 1. No. of  farmers - 5 - 65 - 1048 - 2100 - 4754 2. Area (ha) - 0.1 - 15 - 45   - 82 - 341 3. No. of total tillers 4-11 23-49 3-13 17-43 5-9 21-39 4-7 15-25  5-11 17-24 4. Plant height (cm.) 93 105 101 115 108 115 93 109 115 126 5. No. of panicles/ plant 3-9 20-45 2-11 17-40 4-7 18-35 3-5 13-23 5-8 19-24 6. Panicle length (cm) 19 25 20 23 19 25 15 21 20 26 7. Average no. of grains/ear 125 192 97 167 118 186 90 148 120 146 8. Average grain yield (Q/Ha) 33 64 31 59 34 67 28 47 43 72 9. % increase Grain yield 93 90 97 68 67
  • 10. Plantation of Paddy with SRI method
  • 11. Strategy of organization to make SRI program successful
    • Selections of master trainers and VLRPs.
    • Training MTs & VLRPs.
    • Selection of an area and farmers .
    • Farmers training.
    • To facilitate farmers at field level.
    • Educational exposure of farmers .
    • To organize experienced based workshops .
    • Documentations of data .
  • 12. Training on SRI
  • 13. Achievements of the SRI 2006 -2010 S. No. Parameter 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1. No. of  farmers 5 65 1048 2100 4755 2. Area (ha) 0.1 15 45 82 441
  • 14. Preparation of MATAKA Manuer.
  • 15. Main learnings of SRI
    • SRI system requires more dissemination and advertisements.
    • Requirement of human resources.
    • Implementation according to geographical location.
    • Carefulness during selecting the fields for SRI.
  • 16. Weeding with Weeder
  • 17. Challenges
    • Initially distrust of people .
    • Prevalent traditional agriculture pattern .
    • Inefficiency of people while operating machines (marker, beeder).
    • Lack of support from male members.
    • Change in climate.
    • Traditional hinderance.
  • 18. Grownup paddy in SRI Method
  • 19. Connectivity with other departments
    • Farmer’s groups formed in 16 villages and connected to KISHAN Clubs with the support of NABARD.
    • Coordination with Agriculture department for expansion of SRI in other area.
    • Weeders made available for farmers from other projects and resources.
    • Exposure of 100 non SRI farmers to SRI adopted area with the support of NABARD for expansion of SRI.
  • 20. Paddy about to ripe in SRI
  • 21.
    • Thanks