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The situational analysis study presentation was done by Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy, APRLP, DFID AND GOAP

The situational analysis study presentation was done by Dr. N. Sai Bhaskar Reddy, APRLP, DFID AND GOAP

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    • APRLP
      DCBC/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
      SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF WATERSHED VILLAGE
      KAKARLAPAHAD
      Dr. N. SaiBhaskar Reddy
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • KAKARLAPAHAD
      Nawabpet Mandal, MDT-II, Mahabubnagar
      WATERSHEDS STATUS
      (Ha.)
      (Ha.)
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • Works done in the watershed
      Amount spent (Rs.)
      Checkdams (5nos) 327731
      GC works (RFD) (290) 276088
      PT (1no.) 71,459
      Bunding works (20.4 ha) 46,050
      Desilting (375 cu.mts) 8071
      CCT (5207 running mts) 93,735
      Plantation in community lands (29600 nos) 7,400
      Horticulture – Mango (1.78 ha) 7,027
      Smokeless chullas (200) 4,000
      Administrative costs 31060
      Total amount spent 872621
      WDF fund as on March 27,268
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • WATER SOURCES & IRRIGATION
      No. of open wells: 77 nos. Functioning: 1 no.
      No. of Bore wells: 126 nos. Functioning: 126 nos.
      Small tanks: 10 nos.
      Total area under tank irrigation: 86 acres
      Total area under bore well irrigation: 250 acres
      CBOs
      Average functioning(Total 8 CBOs)
      CPR
      Good reserve Forest - being accessed, informally.
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • WATERSHED FUNCTIONING
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • WOMEN & SHG
      Women
      SHGs
      Total: 1650
      In groups: 390
      No. of Groups: 26
      Corpus: Rs. 2,00,000/-Networked: No
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • Total Households in the village: 296
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • Existing Livelihoods
      • Agriculture (Many)
      • Basket making (10)
      • Mat weaving (14)
      • Tadkalu weaving (2)
      • Carpentry and black smithy (9)
      • Potters (2)
      • Piggery (1)
      • Tailoring (6)
      • Dhais (2)
      • Toddy tapping (5)
      • Cobblers (2)
      • Washer men (5)
      (In paranthesis no. of families)
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • Jaankars / Leadership - Identified
      T. Parvathamma Women Mobilization -
      K. Pochamma Women mobilization -
      Yadamma Women Mobilization -
      Buran Bi Women Mobilization -
      Lingam (Yuvashakti) Youth mobilization SSC
      P. Sainna Progressive Farmer -
      Madhavulu (Yuvashakti) Youth Mobilization Intermediate
      Balakrishnaiah Progressive Farmer SSC
      Venkat Reddy Progressive Farmer -
      G. Narsimulu (24) Youth leader 7th
      P. Gopal (40) Sarpanch Progressive farmer Degree
      Narayan Reddy W/S Chairman Progressive farmer -
      P. Vijaya laxmi Anganwadi teacher 10th
      Padma Pvt. Teacher Intermediate.
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • Important Issues / Problems
      Low productivity lands
      Majority of them possess small land holdings leading to disguised unemployment.
      High vulnerability due to small land holdings by most of the villagers.
      Sanitation is poor, lack of adequate drainage and toilets.
      Women are enthusiastic, they are ready to do something but unable to decide because of lack of awareness & skills.
      Girl child labour in cotton farms.
      Overall wage rates are low and also men are paid more than women.
      Due to increase in no of borewells for cultivation of water intensive crops, the ground water table is going down.
      People are good but, Men and women take country liquor in the evenings, some men beat their wives under the influence.
      Lack of marketing facilities leading to exploitation of moduga leaf plate makers and gum tapers.
      About 10% of the population is on seasonal migration for work.
      Forced migration due to non-sustainable traditional occupations.
      Most of the traditional LHs are no more sustainable such as black smithy, carpentry, pottery, chappal making, barbers and gold smithy.
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar
    • Suggestions / recommendations
      There is need to select this village for livelihoods interventions.
      This village has potential of Women and youth for initiating activities.
      Need to involve community in the optimum utilization of groundwater resources.
      Has potential to form more SHGs with women.
      Networking with CBOs (SHGs, UGs, occupational groups and labour groups) at village level.
      Formation of labour and occupational groups for capacitating in new skills and / or upgrading existing skills.
      Formation of thrift groups with small and marginal farmers
      Farmers need to be organized for sustainable agricultural practices.
      Has the potential for Micro-enterprise activities for women groups.
      Promoting backyard poultry and dairy activities with women groups.
      Finding ME activities or other LH opportunities for the men commuting to Mahabubnagar to work as Hamalis.
      Marketing facilities for leaf-plate makers and trainings on value addition.
      Trainings on Gum karaya collection and grading and facilitating market linkages.
      Small and marginal Farmers need to be trained on better agricultural practices, like vegetables production, seed production.
      Need to train RMPs and Barefoot veterinary persons in the village.
      DCBC-APRLP/DPAP-Mahabubnagar