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Gvk uttarakhand

  1. 1. WELCOMEVill. & Post Suman Kyari, Nainbagh, Tehri Garhwal (Uttarkhand) Ph.: 01376-228420, 9411187535 E-mail: gvkindia@gmail.com
  2. 2. About GVKName of the Organization Garhwal Vikas KendraName &Designation of Mr. Parendra Saklani, Secretary/Chief FunctionaryContact PersonAddress Vill. & Post – Suman Kyari, Nainbagh, Tehri Garhwal, PIN -249186 UTTARAKHANDTelephone & Fax 01376-228420, 9458132555Email gvkindia@gmail.comWebsite www.gvkindia.netYear established 1988Registered as Society Registration Act 1860Date & Registration No. 43 - 22 / 04 /1988 Act. 1860FCRA Number & Date 347960017 / 25.10.2002Staff 248 persons
  3. 3. Area of InterventionS.N. Title of Project Duration Funding Support From To 1 Livelihood Improvement Project for the April 2006 Ongoing Deptt. of Rural Development Himalayas Govt. of Uttarakhand 2 Stop all violence against women ‘WE CAN’ Sep. 2005 Ongoing OXFAM GB 3 Room to Read August Ongoing Room to Read, USA (Library Establishment at Primary schools) 2006 4 Garhwal Vikas Academy Primary School January Ongoing Community/GVK general fund 1997 5 System of Crop Intensification (SCI) May 2007 ongoing Dorabaji Tata Trust / PSI, Dehradun 6 Integrated Fodder and Livestock June 2007 Ongoing HIMMOTHAN Development Project (Sir Ratan Tata Trust, Mumbai) 7 Angoora Rabbit Wool Production April 2009 Ongoing Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India 8 Micro-irrigation initiative August Ongoing International Water Mgmt (Pilot project) 2009 Institute – TATA (IWMI-TATA) 9 Catchment area planning & treatment for July 2009 Ongoing HIMMOTTHAN Spring Water Management (Sir Ratan Tata Trust, Mumbai)10 Establishment of VillageGrain Bank November Ongoing World Food Program, United
  4. 4. J h f o f /k v i u k v k s ]m R i k n u c <+k v k sSystem of CropIntensification (SCI)
  5. 5. Community Mobilization Media Village meetings Non-SRI farmers exposures Trainings Presentations Publications
  6. 6. Adoption of SRI Year SRI SWI 2006-07 1 00 2007-08 1 01 2008-09 1 05 2009-10 1 103 2010-2011 1 1126 2011-2012 1 2516
  7. 7. Adoption of SRI 3-0 43-1 1117-5 2359-103 4766-1126 5672-2516 6000 5000 4000 SRIFarmers 3000 SWI 2000 1000 0 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010- 2011- 2011 2012 Year
  8. 8. Target of 2011-12 SRI - 6000 Farmers SWI - 2000 Farmers
  9. 9. Target achieved 2011-12 SRI SWITarget Achieved Area Target Achieved Area (ha) (ha)6000 5672 337.2 2000 2516 71.72
  10. 10. Target achieved 2011-127000600050004000 Target3000 Achieve20001000 0 SRI SWI
  11. 11. Trial of SCI fordifferent crops Crop Farmers Pea 196 Cabbage 174 Tomato 454 Capsicum 74 Makka 197 Rajma 138 Ginger 32 Total Farmers 1265 Total Land 1470 Nali
  12. 12. WeaknessDue to flood, we have loose during last year 574 farmers, 46 ha area
  13. 13. Future Strategy• Promote SCI in other than SRI & SWI crops• Develop awareness in Non-SRI farmers• Spread SCI in near by blocks & districts
  14. 14. Demonstration SCI Crops

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