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    • “Enhancing Livelihood, Food Security and Drinking Water Status through DiversionBased Gravity Flow (DBIS) System for Tribal Communities in Ganjam and Gajapati Districts of Orissa” Year 2009-10
    • AFPRO (Action for Food PROduction) Established in 1966 It is an Indian socio-technical non- governmental organization with Christian inspiration working for the development of the rural poor through effective natural resource management solutions. It provides technical guidance and backup support to grassroots level NGOs for the implementation of environmentally friendly projects for water, food security, livelihoods and allied capacity building.
    • AFPRO (Action for Food PROduction) SERVICES;  FOCAL AREAS; Training and capacity  Food Security & Sustainable building Livelihoods Time-to-time/ one-time  Water, Sanitation & Hygiene services  Watershed Development Collaborations- including  Renewable Energy guidance and advisory services for implementation Monitoring and Evaluation Networking
    • Partner Orga nizationThe Project is executed through the support of the eight partnerorganizations. All the partner organization worked together intheir respective project areas to fulfill and meet the objectives ofthe project. The partners are; 1) IWD (Institute for Women’s Development) 2) JKP (Jana Kalyan Pratisthan) 3) CCD (Centre for Community Development ) 4) PRAVA (Programme for Rural Awareness & Very Action) 5) LIPICA (Lower Income People’s Involvement for Community Action) 6) SACAL (Social Action for Community Alternative Learning) 7) SWWS (Society for the Welfare of Weaker Sections) 8) ISARA (Institute of Social Action & Research Activities)
    • Project Area a nd Targeted Population
    • Project Area for the year 2009-10(with proposed area for 2010-11)
    • Project Area for the year 2009-10
    • Project Area for the year 2009-10 (with proposed area for 2010-11) Area for the year 2010-2011 Proposed Sl.No Name of the Name of the villageProject Area for the year 2009-2010 . Organization 01 CCD KEKESINGH SL. Name of the Name of the 02 CCD MANDALSAHI NO. Organization village 03 CCD RUISINGH 01 IWD BULUDA 04 ISARA BOLADAGAMM 02 IWD BIDIADA 05 ISARA KIMLINGO 03 JKP SINSING 06 IWD BURASING 04 CCD RANGALMET 07 IWD SANKUDA 08 JKP BHUHISHILA 05 PRAVA PAMPUNALO 09 JKP GHODAKONA 06 LIPICA THANAGAON 10 JKP JHAGARANDERA 07 SACAL B.RAISING 11 LIPICA KERAKHAL 08 SWWS KAITHAPADA, 12 LIPICA KHANDAGIRI BAHADAPA 13 PRAVA GOPALPUR DA 14 PRAVA TARALA 09 ISARA BAMANAPADA 15 PRAVA TVILLARI 10 ISARA MAJHISAHI 16 SACAL HALAPANKA 17 SACAL LAMAPANKA 18 SACAL RICHIGUDA 19 SWWS GADAPADAR
    • Objectives To provide protective irrigation to paddy and cultivate second crop i.e., pulses or vegetables To promote water resource conservation, management and improved agricultural practices To form and strengthen the CBOs and establish the systems for community based management of infrastructure for sustainability
    • Expected Outcome Improved irrigation for protective irrigation and ensuring second crop Land quality improved Enhanced agricultural productivity Emergence of empowered CBOs Management of the village level affairs by the CBOs
    • Technologically Relevant Criteria Low cost No energy involvement Simple operation and maintenance by the user group community High returns in terms of crop yield Availability of safe and potable water at the door Steps of the tribal/ dalit hamlets
    • Commencement of the Project Period Tasks carried out May, 2009 Project started Preparatory works -  Orientation of partnersJune – December, 2009  Baseline survey  Technical feasibility study Community mobilizationJanuary – March, 2010  Institution building  Capacity building  Construction of storage structure April – June, 2010  Pipe line June, 2010 0nwards Agricultural activity
    • Major Findings - Technical context Cha nges in Cultivable Area, Irrigated Area a nd Rainfed Cultivable Land (acre) Area Irrigated Land (acre) Rainfed Area (acre) Name ofSl. organiz % % %No. Before After Before After Before After ations Increase Increase Decrease1 IWD 4.25 6 41.18 0.5 6 1100.00 3.75 0 1002 IWD 2.5 10 300.00 0.5 10 1900.00 2 0 1003 JKP 40 65 62.50 10 40 300.00 30 25 16.674 CCD 32 54 68.75 2 50 2400.00 30 4 86.675 PRAVA 32 35 9.38 3 10 233.33 29 25 13.796 LIPICA 10 40 300.00 1 35 3400.00 9 5 44.447 SACAL 13 24 84.62 2 19 850.00 11 5 54.558 SWWS 90 98 8.89 2.00 55 2650.00 96 43 55.219 ISARA 4 12 200.00 0.5 11 2100.00 3.5 1 71.43 Total 227.75 344 51.1 21.5 236 997.7 214.25 108 49.6
    • Overall Cha nges in Cultivable, Irrigated a nd Rainfed Area 51.1 % 997.7 % 49.6 %
    • Cha nges in Productivity of Different Crops Cereals (qtls/ha) Vegetables (qtls/ha) Oil seeds (qtls/ha) Name ofSl. organisatNo. % ions Before After % Increase Before After Before After % Increase Increase1 IWD 6 19 216.67 0 5 0 02 IWD 3.6 15 316.67 0 5 0 03 JKP 30 35 16.67 2.5 10 300.00 12 15 25.004 CCD 10 15 50.00 0 0 0 05 PRAVA 8 19 137.50 0 5 0 06 LIPICA 7.5 11 46.67 0 5 0 07 SACAL 11.15 17.5 56.95 0 15 0 5.68 SWWS 16.54 21.01 27.03 41.33 46.07 11.47 4.11 4.75 15.579 ISARA 0 16.2 15 25 66.67 0 0 Total 15.5 20.7 34.1 5.4 16.1 200.5 3.5 5.6 60
    • Overall Changes in Productivity ofCereals, Vegetables a nd Oil Seeds 34.1 % 200.5 % 60 %
    • Major Findings - Socio-Economical Context Particulars Change MadeFunctioning of various social groups /  WUA, VDC formedvillage level institutions  Contributing and taking care of the repair and maintenanceCapacity building of the villagers Done for building capacity on operation and maintenance  Visible change towards the better lifestyleImprovement in the quality of life  Positive attitudinal inclination towards better agricultural practicesHarmonious relationship among peoplein judicious water sharing criteria Observed stronglyRate of reduction in migration rate Potentiality has been observed 4500 person days as construction laboursEmployment Generation 9,000 person days for agricultural labours Visible upward trend due toEnhancing food security and livelihoods  Change in cropping pattern and diversification  Rearing of livestock
    • Problems Faced Lack of capacity of the villagers in maintaining the structures Lack of motivation of the villagers Less technical knowledge Less number of technical people with partner organizations Ensuring proper distribution of water among the farmers Conflict between the community Transportation of materials
    • Lessons LearnedProject has – Enormous potentiality for enhancing livelihoods, food security and drinking water Tremendous replicabilityCare to be taken – Ensuring community participation Much emphasis for community mobilisation and for increasing their contribution Building capacity of the villagers on maintenance Capacity building of the partner organisation on the used technology
    • Water flowing to field (Village-Bidiada)
    • Growing Vegetables as Second Crop (Village-Bidiada)
    • Paddy Cultivation through SRI (Village-Buluda)
    • Land Development (Village-Buluda)