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    • • Implemented by: Madhyam Foundation• Supported by: Jamsetji Tata Trust, Mumbai• Amount of Support: Rs. 14,24,380/-• Project Duration: March, 10 – Feb, 11 (One year)• Project Goal: To promote food security and increase household income by providing irrigation facilities to 75 acres of land belonging to 83 households through 3 DBI structures.
    • Status so farSl.no Project No of HH to Expected Status location be command benefitted area 1 Jaripada 23 30 acres Completed 2 Sana Tulabi 18 25 acres Work in progress. 3 Jamuganda 42 20 acres Work in progress Total 83 75 acres
    • Activities undertaken so far• Initial meetings with villagers conducted.• Permission from Forest dept. obtained.• Technical survey conducted with help of DBI secretariat and findings discussed with villagers.• Social, resource & command area mapping completed.• Work supervision committee in each village set up.• Exposure of project staff to GPSS undertaken.• Digging of canals, intake structure, laying of pipes etc. completed by the community with guidance from DBI secretariat. Cont…
    • • 20.70 acres land received irrigation and each of the 23 HH has now access to water for household consumption.• Training on organic manure & pesticides conducted. Each family has started preparing & using organic manure & pesticides.• Sunflower, mustard & vegetables (Cauliflower, Radish, green leaves, Bean, Cabbage, Tamato, Brinjal & Chilly) were sown with availability of water. Total expected income would be Rs. 51,150/- (approx)
    • Problems encountered• Digging of trenches started a bit late due to extreme hot weather and again it was delayed due to prolonged rain during September/ October.• The connecting forest road & bridges to the sites were damaged due to heavy rain and thus transportation of pipes, got delayed till it was repaired by the forest dept.• In Sanatulubi village, the laying of pipes was to be done through paddy fields. So, we had to wait till harvest to start digging of trenches through the paddy field.