Presentation On Village Study Segment <br />Anjaneykumar[10201006] <br />Date : March 21,2011              Jaya sharma    ...
CONTENETS OF THE PRESENTATION<br />Understanding organization<br />Village profile<br />Theme paper<br />RAC<br />NSS<br />
OBJECTIVE OF VSS<br /><ul><li>To enhance our knowledge with the help of local villagers in context of  village Life, livel...
To know the basic village amenities and the access of rural people to the same.
To understand  the socio-economic characteristics of different strata of the rural population.
Problem & Opportunity identification and Prioritization.
to assess the quality of life and suggest ways and means to improve  the same.</li></li></ul><li>UNDERSTANDING ORGANISATIO...
The Foundation has been working actively in 19 locations in 10 Indian statescovering 770 village all over the India.
under kodinar location , ACF works in 184 villages in the field of water management ,agro based livelihood, health sanitat...
In 2010 ,ACF  GOT 5th Social and Corporate Awards, in the  field of Best Corporate Social Responsibility Practice category...
Village profile …<br />Sonpura<br />Village area :441Ha<br />
VILLAGE LOCATION<br />
TIME LINE <br />
SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTUREdemography <br />
Land holding farmers <br />Sources : household survey<br />
Caste wise land distribution <br />
Infrastructure <br />Housing pattern:<br />kacha : 210<br />pakka : 78 <br />                        mixed : 152<br />Scho...
Cont…<br />Electricity: <br />village is completely electrified under jyoti gram scheme ,in badi area 8hr of electric supp...
Organization working in village <br />
Government scheme <br />MNREGA<br />ATMA <br />Public distribution scheme <br />161  Hhs  (BPL) benefited from this scheme...
Other facilities<br />
Chapati diagram <br />
PRA [SOCIAL AND RESOURCE  MAP)<br />
Cont…<br />
Natural resources  <br />Total agriculture land :  390 Ha<br />Cultivated land :     370 Ha<br />Uncultivated land : 20 Ha...
Livelihood sources <br />Source:hhs<br />
Land distribution [Annual]<br />Source :hhs,FGD<br />
Production(kg)/Ha & Income<br />*At current year price<br />
Lives stock <br />Sources :TCM office<br />
Migration <br />Reason<br />Annual migration : in diamond industry<br />Seasonal migration : as wage labour<br />Source: h...
Theme paper <br />   “To study the present socio economic status of new farmers joining the BCI project $ to do impact ass...
OBJECTIVE OF THEME PAPER <br /><ul><li>To study the socio economic impact of farmers after one year of joining the BCI pro...
 To study the socio - economic aspects of new farmers joining BCI project in 2011 </li></li></ul><li>Limitations<br /><ul>...
Marriage  season
  People were hesitant to discuss  their income and  expenditure </li></li></ul><li>AREA COVERD UNDER THEME PAPER <br />Ka...
TOOLS FOR DATA COLLECTIONOLD FARMERS                                  NEW FARMERS   <br />Primary tools:                  ...
Criteria of assessment <br />Social:                      Economical :<br /> health $ safety                 cotton area <...
Health and safety awareness <br />Place: kanjotar<br />Date:21stjan 2011<br />
knowledge and technological awareness among farmers <br /><ul><li>Drip irrigation
Uses of organic manure
Awareness about IPM/Natural pest management practices </li></ul>                                                          ...
<ul><li>  Farmer association : </li></ul>    Formation of learning group of farmers<br />    [48 LGs]<br />    Extension v...
Total area under cotton cultivation<br />5.9%decrease in total land<br />Reason :low market price last year <br />
Total cotton production in kg <br />     %decrease in cotton     production <br />Reason :decrease  in cotton <br />Land u...
Profitability<br />72.3% increase in net profit <br />Reason : double the market price <br />11.2% decrease in cost of pro...
Pesticide uses <br />
Types of fertilizer and consumption <br />
Water consumption <br />Reason : proper management  <br />
Socio economic status of new farmers<br />                          Method : population survey<br />                      ...
Land Holding<br />Sources : base line survey<br />
LAND UNDER DIFFERENT CROP<br />
Annual income by agriculture  <br />Sources : base line survey<br />
Agriculture assets <br />
    Education                                        category  of  farmers <br />20  Farmer are illiterate <br />
extension participation <br />      Members of  ATMA-75<br /> Loan facility<br />       SBI  accessibility          : 18 f...
<ul><li> Irrigation practices</li></ul>     Sources of water: open well <br />     45 farmers have sprinkler  <br />
RURAL ACTION COMPONENTS <br />   “Implementation  the concept of producers unit including PU formation  operationalise the...
Objective<br /><ul><li>    Introduce the concept of Producer company    and provide capacity  building  training  to all  ...
    To offer the structural Framework for the producer company
   operationalise the management committee.
   To provide better market linkage to the BCI members for better livelihood enhancement.</li></li></ul><li>Members Benefi...
Expected Outcome: <br />                 Incorporation Of Producer Company.<br /> Achieved Outcome:<br />                 ...
Activity profile<br />
Criteria for selection<br />education status <br />Nature of farmers [progressive /innovative ]<br />Leadership quality <b...
producer company LTD<br />Preferably from each village<br />Board of Directors[15]<br />Chairman<br />CEO<br />Planing & f...
Meeting with farmers of Singsar and Dolasa<br />
Meeting with farmers of Kankya and Dhamlej<br />
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  1. 1. Presentation On Village Study Segment <br />Anjaneykumar[10201006] <br />Date : March 21,2011 Jaya sharma [10201021]<br />
  2. 2. CONTENETS OF THE PRESENTATION<br />Understanding organization<br />Village profile<br />Theme paper<br />RAC<br />NSS<br />
  3. 3. OBJECTIVE OF VSS<br /><ul><li>To enhance our knowledge with the help of local villagers in context of village Life, livelihood, tradition, beliefs, rural complexities and realities.
  4. 4. To know the basic village amenities and the access of rural people to the same.
  5. 5. To understand the socio-economic characteristics of different strata of the rural population.
  6. 6. Problem & Opportunity identification and Prioritization.
  7. 7. to assess the quality of life and suggest ways and means to improve the same.</li></li></ul><li>UNDERSTANDING ORGANISATION <br /><ul><li>Ambuja cement foundationis is [CSR]wing of ambuja cement limited established in 1993.
  8. 8. The Foundation has been working actively in 19 locations in 10 Indian statescovering 770 village all over the India.
  9. 9. under kodinar location , ACF works in 184 villages in the field of water management ,agro based livelihood, health sanitation ,women empowerment</li></li></ul><li>MISSION<br />"Energies, involve and enable communities to realize their potential.”<br />AWARDS <br /><ul><li>For its work on improving community living and encouraging sustainable development, ACF has won national and international awards
  10. 10. In 2010 ,ACF GOT 5th Social and Corporate Awards, in the field of Best Corporate Social Responsibility Practice category BY BSE</li></li></ul><li>STRATEGIES AND APPROACHES <br />
  11. 11. Village profile …<br />Sonpura<br />Village area :441Ha<br />
  12. 12. VILLAGE LOCATION<br />
  13. 13. TIME LINE <br />
  14. 14. SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTUREdemography <br />
  15. 15.
  16. 16. Land holding farmers <br />Sources : household survey<br />
  17. 17. Caste wise land distribution <br />
  18. 18. Infrastructure <br />Housing pattern:<br />kacha : 210<br />pakka : 78 <br /> mixed : 152<br />SchoolOne primary school for boys <br /> One primary school for girls <br />Anganbadi : 2 anganbadi center <br />Road :dilapidated <br />Drinking water : tap water supplied from panchyat office <br />
  19. 19. Cont…<br />Electricity: <br />village is completely electrified under jyoti gram scheme ,in badi area 8hr of electric supply .and 24 hr electric supply for domestic uses <br />Telecommunication: <br /> Radio, TV and newspaper are the main source of communication <br />Panchyat Office : <br /> one panchyat office <br />NDDB cooperative:<br /> There is 1 NDDB milk co operative <br />Community hall :<br />one community hall <br />
  20. 20. Organization working in village <br />
  21. 21. Government scheme <br />MNREGA<br />ATMA <br />Public distribution scheme <br />161 Hhs (BPL) benefited from this scheme <br />
  22. 22. Other facilities<br />
  23. 23. Chapati diagram <br />
  24. 24. PRA [SOCIAL AND RESOURCE MAP)<br />
  25. 25. Cont…<br />
  26. 26. Natural resources <br />Total agriculture land : 390 Ha<br />Cultivated land : 370 Ha<br />Uncultivated land : 20 Ha<br />Forest land: 23.61 Ha <br />Pond : 1<br />River : 1 (Machundri river )<br />Types of soil : black brown <br />
  27. 27. Livelihood sources <br />Source:hhs<br />
  28. 28. Land distribution [Annual]<br />Source :hhs,FGD<br />
  29. 29. Production(kg)/Ha & Income<br />*At current year price<br />
  30. 30. Lives stock <br />Sources :TCM office<br />
  31. 31. Migration <br />Reason<br />Annual migration : in diamond industry<br />Seasonal migration : as wage labour<br />Source: hhs<br />
  32. 32. Theme paper <br /> “To study the present socio economic status of new farmers joining the BCI project $ to do impact assessment on BCI project after one year of intervention “ <br />
  33. 33. OBJECTIVE OF THEME PAPER <br /><ul><li>To study the socio economic impact of farmers after one year of joining the BCI project in different village of una , kodinar, sutrapadataluka .
  34. 34. To study the socio - economic aspects of new farmers joining BCI project in 2011 </li></li></ul><li>Limitations<br /><ul><li>Transportation problems
  35. 35. Marriage season
  36. 36. People were hesitant to discuss their income and expenditure </li></li></ul><li>AREA COVERD UNDER THEME PAPER <br />Kanjotar<br />Dolasa<br />Dhamlej<br />Kankya<br />Sonpura<br />Rakhej<br />Thoradi<br />kaneri<br />Singsar<br />Balevala<br />
  37. 37. TOOLS FOR DATA COLLECTIONOLD FARMERS NEW FARMERS <br />Primary tools: Primary Tools<br />Base line survey household survey<br />FGD base line survey <br />Personal interaction PRA<br /> FGD <br />Secondary sourcesSecondary sources <br />FFB EV<br />EV TCM<br />Methods: Population survey <br />Size: 810 farmers <br />Size :121 farmers <br />
  38. 38. Criteria of assessment <br />Social: Economical :<br /> health $ safety cotton area <br /> Child labor production (kg)<br />Farmer Association profitability or net income <br /> Agri. awareness Environmental:<br /> Pesticide use $ types<br /> fertilizer use $ type<br /> water uses in meter cubes<br />
  39. 39. Health and safety awareness <br />Place: kanjotar<br />Date:21stjan 2011<br />
  40. 40. knowledge and technological awareness among farmers <br /><ul><li>Drip irrigation
  41. 41. Uses of organic manure
  42. 42. Awareness about IPM/Natural pest management practices </li></ul> Village : <br />Kaneri<br /> 13thjan<br />
  43. 43. <ul><li> Farmer association : </li></ul> Formation of learning group of farmers<br /> [48 LGs]<br /> Extension volunteer in each village <br />
  44. 44. Total area under cotton cultivation<br />5.9%decrease in total land<br />Reason :low market price last year <br />
  45. 45. Total cotton production in kg <br /> %decrease in cotton production <br />Reason :decrease in cotton <br />Land use<br />Rain fall<br />
  46. 46. Profitability<br />72.3% increase in net profit <br />Reason : double the market price <br />11.2% decrease in cost of production <br />Reason: proper management <br />
  47. 47. Pesticide uses <br />
  48. 48. Types of fertilizer and consumption <br />
  49. 49. Water consumption <br />Reason : proper management <br />
  50. 50. Socio economic status of new farmers<br /> Method : population survey<br /> Size :121<br />
  51. 51. Land Holding<br />Sources : base line survey<br />
  52. 52. LAND UNDER DIFFERENT CROP<br />
  53. 53. Annual income by agriculture <br />Sources : base line survey<br />
  54. 54. Agriculture assets <br />
  55. 55. Education category of farmers <br />20 Farmer are illiterate <br />
  56. 56. extension participation <br /> Members of ATMA-75<br /> Loan facility<br /> SBI accessibility : 18 farmers <br /> Cooperative accessibility : 121 farmers <br />Market availability :<br /> marketing Yard for cotton : 5 km from village<br />kisanbajarsamiti : 20 km from village <br />
  57. 57. <ul><li> Irrigation practices</li></ul> Sources of water: open well <br /> 45 farmers have sprinkler <br />
  58. 58. RURAL ACTION COMPONENTS <br /> “Implementation the concept of producers unit including PU formation operationalise the management committee and impart various capacity building training to the PU under BCI project”<br />
  59. 59. Objective<br /><ul><li> Introduce the concept of Producer company and provide capacity building training to all BCI farmers.
  60. 60. To offer the structural Framework for the producer company
  61. 61. operationalise the management committee.
  62. 62. To provide better market linkage to the BCI members for better livelihood enhancement.</li></li></ul><li>Members Benefits in future <br />(i) Production, harvesting, procurement, grading,, handling, marketing, selling, export of primary produce of members or import of goods or services for their benefit. <br />(ii) Processing including preserving, drying, distilling, brewing and packaging of produce of its members; and <br />(iii) Manufacture, sale or supply of machinery, equipment or consumables mainly to its members. <br />
  63. 63. Expected Outcome: <br /> Incorporation Of Producer Company.<br /> Achieved Outcome:<br /> Awareness among BCI members <br />Limitation:<br /> Time(incorporation of a producer company takes 6-8 months)<br />
  64. 64. Activity profile<br />
  65. 65. Criteria for selection<br />education status <br />Nature of farmers [progressive /innovative ]<br />Leadership quality <br />
  66. 66. producer company LTD<br />Preferably from each village<br />Board of Directors[15]<br />Chairman<br />CEO<br />Planing & finance Div(CEO+1AP+1 BOD)<br />Production & Processing Div(1 PM+CEO+Agri members+2 BODs)<br />Marketing DIV(CEO+1 BOD+1 MO<br />Whole Sale<br />Retail Sale<br />Production Organizer at cluster level(12 BCI members from 2 cluster)<br />PO at village level(2 BCI members /village<br />All BCI members [931]<br />
  67. 67. Meeting with farmers of Singsar and Dolasa<br />
  68. 68. Meeting with farmers of Kankya and Dhamlej<br />
  69. 69. NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME[NSS]<br />Activities under NSS:<br /><ul><li> Pulse polio campaign
  70. 70. Participated in Republic Day celebration
  71. 71. Debate competition
  72. 72. Awareness rally against child labour
  73. 73. Teaching at the anganbadi centre </li></li></ul><li>PHOTOGRAPHS OF PULSE POLIO CAMPAIGN<br />
  74. 74. Photographs <br />
  75. 75. Prize distribution <br />
  76. 76. PHOTOGRAPHS OF AWARENESS RALLY <br />
  77. 77.
  78. 78. WORK AT ANGANBADI CENETER <br /><ul><li>Moral teaching.
  79. 79. Sanitation .
  80. 80. Personal hygiene .</li></li></ul><li>Key learning <br /><ul><li>Organizational learning
  81. 81. field learning </li></li></ul><li> THANK YOU<br />

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