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This presentation gives a brief overview of the major features of the NABARD supported Umbrella Program on Natural Resource Management, details of the sanctioned projects and its major outcomes. This …

This presentation gives a brief overview of the major features of the NABARD supported Umbrella Program on Natural Resource Management, details of the sanctioned projects and its major outcomes. This was presented at the Madurai Symposium organized by DHAN Foundation in September 2013.

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  • 1. Umbrella Programme for Natural Resource Management(UPNRM)
  • 2. Background   NABARD has been implementing NRM projects (watershed, Tribal Development) for the last two decades. To further upscale and integrate existing and future NRM efforts into participatory interventions Umbrella Programme on NRM (UPNRM) was launched by NABARD in collaboration with GIZ
  • 3. Under Phase I : From KfW € 15 million loan on IDA terms, € 1.4 million grant € 3 million for accompanying measures From GIZ Technical Cooperation (TC) of € 8.5 million assistance by GDC to NABARD from GIZ. Under Phase II From KfW € 10 million loan on IDA terms, € 42 million loan on RIL € 2 million for accompanying measures
  • 4. What UPNRM offers  Flexible Financial product with Loan cum grant – Term Loan – Working capital – Revolving fund – Grant for capacity building, product design, market development, branding, management cost etc. Need Based ( Max. 20% of the loan component)  Supports innovations ( technology/ methodology/ approaches) for livelihood enhancement through NRM  Working on the issues related to climate change and livelihoods  In next phase special programme of 5 million Euro for preservation of bio diversity in different ecological zones
  • 5. Major areas of intervention under UPNRM • Develop and market flexible loan cum grant products for NGOs, Corporate, Producer Companies, State Governments, Banks, MFIs, Cooperatives • Promoting private sector’s participation through PPPs in the implementation of public investment programmes for rural areas • Establishing a vibrant IKM system to upscale successful models • Awareness creation and capacity building of stake holders • Achieving synergy within communities and other stakeholders for sustainable NRM • Dissemination of learning to decision makers for guiding national Policies and Public investments.
  • 6. GIZ-NABARD Project Management Units (PMU) The collaboration between NABARD & GIZ for implementing UPNRM in Lucknow, Pune, Bangalore TASKS INCLUDE: • Handholding of CPs • Scouting of new projects • Appraisal of proposals/ projects • Capacity building • Convergence with other projects/ programmes
  • 7. Guiding Principles All projects must meet the criteria of the five guiding principles to quality for support • Pro-poor: improves employment, reduces poverty, improves access to credit, information, entitlements • Ensuring sustainability: conserves / augments NRM base of the region, prevents degradation • Good Governance: Equity in ownership and access and use of resources, decentralized decision making, accountability and transparency • Community participation: ownership / management/ empowerment • Integrated approach: need-based and flexible, convergence with other schemes / programmes • Efficient and Effective (PPP) : Increasing Outreach and efficiency. Reduction in cost of delivery, improvement in quality of service delivery.
  • 8. Loan Product • Credit (TL+WC); investment, marketing, production, etc. • Cost of fund • Margin (owner’s stake) • Moratorium & Repayment period • Security – collateral – type and extent
  • 9. UPNRM Grant Component • Need based grant • Common, non –revenue generating infrastructure • Training and skill building, • Community mobilization, • System development
  • 10. UPNRM Clients/ Channel Partners State Governments & Government owned, aided, related department, corporations, organization, agency, institute, promotion councils, authorities, boards etc • • • • • Banks Corporate s Producer Company Producer cooperative/ federation, Not for profit companies registered under section 25 of Indian Companies Act • Civil Society Organization’s enterprise • Societies registered under Soc. Registration Act • Trusts registered under Indian Trusts Act 1880
  • 11. Sectors Covered Under UPNRM (1/2) Core Areas • Soil and water conservation (watershed, dry land farming systems) • Plantation and horticulture (tree based farming, Bamboo based farming, organic farming, energy plantations) • Forestry activities (rehabilitation and management, community forest management, biodiversity conservation) • Farming systems management (including livestock and aquaculture resources) • Climate change adaptation / Clean Development Mechanism (CDM)
  • 12. Sectors Covered Under UPNRM (2/2) Supplementary / Support areas • Forward and backward linkages and livelihood generating activities; processing, storage, marketing, supply chain • Critical rural infrastructure (including rural roads, minor irrigation, drinking water) • Renewable energy (micro/mini-hydel, biomass based power generation, biofuels, wind-power, solar power) • Livelihood generating activities (dairy, poultry, fisheries, etc) • Information and Knowledge Management
  • 13. Key Players in PPP in the NRM Sector Public Sector • Central Government • State Government • Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) • Development Financial Institutions • Technical Universities • Promotion Councils- APEDA and State Marketing Board • Institutions/Agencies under Central/State departments- National Rainfed Authority, CAPART Private Sector • Corporate/ Business houses • Civil bodies/organizations • NGOs, MFIs, research organizations, implementing agencies • CBOs- SHGs, producers companies, co-operatives Others • Commercial Banks • Multilateral/Bilateral development agencies (often considered as Public organizations)
  • 14. • No. of projects sanctioned – 173 • Total Amount sanctioned – Rs. 3959.87 million – Loan – Rs. 3721.92 million – Grant – AM – Rs. 220.81 million – FC Grant – Rs. 17.19 million • Total amount disbursed – Rs. 2286.84 million – Loan – Rs. 2173.62 – Grant – AM – Rs. 109.678 million – FC Grant – Rs. 3.55 million • Repayment Recd as on Date INR 1037 million • Outstanding INR 1288 million
  • 15. Channel Partner –wise no of projects/Assistance sanctioned PO, 17%, 24 % BANK, 1%, 1 COOPERATI % VE, 10%, 11 % CORPORATE , 18%, 9% CORPN OF STATE GOVT, 6%, 1 % NGO, 44%, 5 1% MFI, 4%, 2%
  • 16. State-wise no. of projects/assistance Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 State Arunachal Pradesh A&N Islands AP Assam Bihar Chhattisgarh Gujarat Himachal Pradesh Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Orissa Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal Multi state Total No. of projects 1 7 39 1 9 1 2 2 6 16 3 2 26 8 3 21 5 1 6 14 173 UPNRM assistance committed (incl. AM + FC grant) ` in million 81.99 940.70 6764.90 59.71 993.52 34.40 913.01 50.21 3017.42 8027.22 2223.57 684.69 4972.42 1036.70 383.65 847.79 435.91 46.00 633.02 7451.92 3956.87
  • 17. Sector-wise number of projects and assistance sanctioned 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 AGRICULTURE SRI ORGANIC FARMING SEED PRODUCTION AGRO FORESTRY AGRO PROCESSING AH DRINKING WATER EFFICIENT IRRIGATION FISHERIES FOREST ECOTOURISM MAP MARKETING NTFP RENEWABLE ENERGY WASTE MANAGEMENT Total 37 2 8 1 6 15 41 6 14 4 2 6 14 12 3 2 173 (Rs. In million) 6704.51 4564.73 950.18 37.22 1170.02 3896.00 7069.83 5243.00 2698.13 321.52 328.75 267.53 2123.35 3705.65 250.82 267.50 39598.74
  • 18. Key Learning Points / Major Outcomes 1. Convergence with Govt programmes increased the outreach and scalability 2. Few projects could not achieve desired cash flow due to insufficient market research (market access, commercialisation) and marketability of the end product – Gubbi coir – Coir Panel are not marketed sufficiently in spite of it better quality parameters. 3. Few natural resource based projects were limited by the geographical reach and continuous availability of inputs. Increasing volumes (eg. Medicinal Herbs) beyond a point is becoming uneconomical/unviable/unsustainable. Cultivation is not favoured due to various factors. 4. Poor insurance cover of the beneficiaries though assets created were insured. 5. Over a period, the income generation dominates the natural resource conservation and tend to become a routine loan lending/on-lending programme. 7/29/2011
  • 19. Key Learning Points / Major Outcomes 1. Necessity for a digital platform to exchange ideas & for cross learning purpose. 2. Traditional activities such as Rearing Milch animals, sheep rearing are found to be preferred choice of CPs due to continuous cash flow and CP’s confidence in loan recovery. 3. Emergence of successful farm enterprises/entrepreneurs (Small scale cashew processors in Cuddalore Districts) 4. Many projects could reach the individuals who were never near formal banking system (except local money lenders) 5. Diversification of Food security options and emergence of individual level commercial organic farming 7/29/2011
  • 20. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTIVE HEARING 7/29/2011