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  • 1. Parag Boruah For theSRI Partners’ Meet, Bodh Gaya January 23-25, 2012
  • 2. AREA UNDER PROMOTION OF SRI
  • 3. FEATURES OF THE PROJECT AREA Comes under Lower Brahmaputra Valley Zone(LBVZ)Characterized by-  endemic poverty,  high concentration of Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Castes and Other Backward Classes  Mixed community and intra community tension  Agriculture is the main livelihoods characterised by low productivity due to low adaptation of technologies  High rain-fall and vulnerability to risk due to climate change and other natural calamities like flood  Poor irrigation facility and infrastructure  Majority of farmers are small and marginal  Average productivity of paddy is 1.6 T/H
  • 4. Outreach of SRIYear No. of Districts Families Area(Ha)2009-10 3 706 113.32010-11 2 602 107.052011-12 5 1447 198(upto Oct 2011)
  • 5. Analysis of SRI-2010-11(Kharif)Type of Villages No. of Numbers of farmers Villag es New Old TotalOld Village with no new addition of farmers 10 0 44 44Old villages with new addition of farmers 11 31 50 81New villages 33 93 0 93Total 53 124 94 208
  • 6. Review of SRI 2011-12(Kharif)Particulars Plan (July’11 –June’12) Achievement(Kharif’11)Number of Districts 5 5Villages 280 143NGOs involved 5 5Families 5298 1447Coverage(Ha) 690 198.7Average area per family 0.13 0.13
  • 7. Analysis of SRI-Kharif 2011 Could reached to 62% targeted families(of 2300)Reason behind the low coverage are- Monsoon irregularities in kharif season Low coverage of two partner NGOs- ASC and GVM
  • 8. Analysis of Productivity(Kharif’11)Productivity Range(T/Ha) No. of families % of Families>8 0 05-8 11 43.5-5 214 78Up to 3.5 50 18Total 275 100
  • 9. Awareness Generation on SRI Awareness training at field level by film shows
  • 10. Awareness Generation with different stakeholders by organising workshop
  • 11. Field Level Support
  • 12. SRI-Farmers with his paddy crop
  • 13. Comparing SRI with Traditional paddy

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