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  • digitalGREEN @ Partners Meet 20 September 2011 BAIF Institute for Rural Development –1 e Karnataka
  • Geography: South India, Karnataka south and 22 districts of Karnataka. HQ-Tiptur Years of operation: BAIF-1967, BIRD-K-1980 Main areas of focus : 1. Livelihoods : Dairy, Tree Based Farming, Sericulture, live stock and Rural Non Farm sector. 2. Natural Resources Management: Water shed, Afforestation, Soil and water conservation. 3. Promotion of community based institutions. 4. Training and Development Research.2 Partn er’s Organizational Overview e Logo e www.digitalgreen.org
  • Objectives with map of the project area • Progress • Quantitative • Villages operationalized - 106 • Videos produced / uploaded -165 • Mediated disseminations -10472 • Adoptions -9392 • Community intermediaries trained (CRPs / CSPs)- 114 • Qualitative • Reflections on integration with existing interventions • Experiments with quality assurance, impact assessment, and/or sustainability • Case-studies or success stories3 Digital Green @ Partner Overview e Pa e www.digitalgreen.org
  • Reflections on integration with existing interventions 1. Integrated with Five Major livelihood projects in six locations-Special SGSY project, MGNREGA, Distressed district projects Tribal development projects and integrated live stock development project. 2. Helped in building capacity of 40 and odd staff- Digitisation, technical capabilities and smart working!!. 3. Helped in increasing technical efficiency and bringing in uniformity of technical driven activities- Soil and water conservation, Plant protection, Nutrient supplementation and Improved agriculture practices.4 Digital Green @ Partner Overview e Pa e www.digitalgreen.org
  • Experiments with quality assurance, impact assessment, and/or sustainability Quality assurance: 1. Story board approval team. 2. Wetting by an expert. 3. Involvement of KVK, UAS and Institutions. 4. Film approval by Team. 5. Literature references-BAIF publications, technical papers. • Case-studies or success stories5 Digital Green @ Partner Overview e e www.digitalgreen.org
  • Experiments with quality assurance, impact assessment, and/or sustainability Impact assessment  Increase in milk production-Lime water and Azolla cultivation-Mysore/Kalghatgi  Increase in number of Artificial Inseminations-Importance of AI-Hassan.  Effective implementation of plant protection measures-All land based programmes.  Capacity building of Community resource persons.6 Digital Green @ Partner Overview e Pa e www.digitalgreen.org
  • Experiments with quality assurance, impact assessment, and/or sustainability Sustainability:  Well Trained anchor persons.  Dove tailing-Main projects.  Initiation of Community contribution.  Integration of DG extension in future project proposals.7 Digital Green @ Partner Overview e e www.digitalgreen.org
  • What worked well? • Integration of DG extension in mainstream programmes. • Capacity building of staff and community resource persons. • Technical Efficiency of interventions. • Intensive interaction with community. What can be improved? • Strategizing achievements of deliverables. • Community contribution. •8 Learning & Challenges e Partn er’s Logo e www.digitalgreen.org
  • Contact: The Chief Programme Coordinator, BIRD-K, PB No 3, Sharadanagar, Tiptur, Tumkur-District, Karnataka State. Phone: 08134-251337, 250658 Website: www.birdk.org.in9 Part e Thank you! ner’s Logo e www.digitalgreen.org