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Rongmei Naga Baptist Association -Manipur
Source of Income• JTT :                  Rs.1,05,59,000 =(89 %)• Own Means :            Rs.13,53,638 = (11%)• Total budget...
Command area: 2138.5 Acres.(This is including waste land/abandoned terrace due to water shortage(457 acres out of 14 Partn...
Partners & Operational AreasSl.     Organization                                                 No.       Total no.of    ...
Physical Achievement/Approved Fulfillment of Deviation/additional    Activities/original plan      activities1   check dam...
Achievement•   DBI is implemented through 32 User Groups to maintain the assets.•   Facilitated village level User Groups ...
Innovations
Difficulties faced & steps taken• Frequent bandh and strikes. (3 months bandhs and  price hike of fuel and transport of ra...
Leveraging for DBI (Scope)• RNBA is lobbying state Government to include DBI  in the NERGA schemes. There is strong possib...
Suggestions to make the DBI program               better• Please continue to support DBI projects  because DBI is appropri...
Types of water source
Types of water sources
Traditional DBI/Existing DBI
Technical survey & Assistance
Peoples’ participation
Irrigated terrace lands
Some activities
Cross learning
On-site training
Difficult and challenging area
Thank you
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  1. 1. Rongmei Naga Baptist Association -Manipur
  2. 2. Source of Income• JTT : Rs.1,05,59,000 =(89 %)• Own Means : Rs.13,53,638 = (11%)• Total budget : Rs.1,19,12,638 =(100%)• Project Period: April 2010 – 31 March 2011• Project Location: Manipur
  3. 3. Command area: 2138.5 Acres.(This is including waste land/abandoned terrace due to water shortage(457 acres out of 14 Partner NGOs).The total existing terrace before DBI program is 1681 acres.It is calculated the paddy production is increased by 1/3.Household benefited: 798Total village covered: 32Total investment per acre: Rs. 4937Total investment per household: Rs.13,232District:06
  4. 4. Partners & Operational AreasSl. Organization No. Total no.of No. of DistrictsNo. Villages house-hold in household a village benefitted1 Chamdil Khobul Social Welfare Arts & Culture Association 109 107 CHANDEL 3 (CKSWACA)2 135 48 CHURACHANDPUR Rural Women Upliftment Society (RWUS) 23 204 64 TAMENGLONG Rongmei Naga Baptist Association (RNBA) 34 241 182 CHANDEL Rural Education and Action for Change-Manipur (REACH-M) 35 Yeomen Extension Service (YES) 2 43 55 SENAPATI6 185 28 TAMENGLONG Zeliangrong Evangelical Fellowship (ZEF) 27 149 42 UKHRUL Women Action for Reconstruction and Reformation (WARR) 28 195 51 BISHNUPUR Rongmei Christian Development Society (RCDS) 29 Rural Aid Service (RAS) 2 45 45 CHURACHANDPUR10 138 63 BISHNUPUR People Resource Development Association (PRDA) 311 Evangelical Assembly Church (EAC) 2 75 38 CHURACHANDPUR12 391 33 UKHRUL Action for Women in Development (AWID) 213 195 24 CHANDEL Weaker Section Development Council (WSDC) 214 62 18 TAMENGLONG Development Agency for Tribal People (DATP) 2Total 14-PIOs 32 2167 798 6 (six)
  5. 5. Physical Achievement/Approved Fulfillment of Deviation/additional Activities/original plan activities1 check dam no.24 Physical Achievements 21 18 (increase in the component of Boulder Sausage and Retaining walls2 Renovation of check dam no.04 0 NIL3 Intake chamber no.20 20 204 Distribution outlet box/reservoir 51 27. nos 2 additional no.245 Irrigationanal canal 2643.90 m This has been adjusted lying of pipeline lining/excavation 11,785 m6 Boulder Sausage wall 91 m This is additional work: Boulder Sausage wall = 91 m length7 Pipelines fitting/ 61 m 5138.95 m Additional Pipeline fitting = 5077.95 m length culvert/pick up wire no.28 Revolving no. 32 villages Second crops through “Revolving fund” : 297 beneficiaries/households @ Rs. 1000/- -2500/- in 32 villages.9 Workshop & meeting • 2.nos additional training at RRC/RNBA level RNBA/RRC level: 04 • Additional 16 nos. of Training at Partners level Partners level:28 • RNBA. 6 no. training programs at 5 different places. • Partners could organize 44 no. training programs
  6. 6. Achievement• DBI is implemented through 32 User Groups to maintain the assets.• Facilitated village level User Groups including village population about the importance of natural resources; their immediate environment and how to assess and manage their local natural resources of land, water, biodiversity in the long run.• Village Authority; village institutions involved in the program implementation and beneficiary as well.• The DBI has provided drinking water cum irrigation for their fields in two villages 2 . The total households benefitted are 94 (Taphou village under YES is 20 + Langja village under RWUS is 74).• The program has triggered to take up second crops through “Revolving fund” to 297 beneficiaries/households @ Rs. 1000/- -2500/- in 32 villages.
  7. 7. Innovations
  8. 8. Difficulties faced & steps taken• Frequent bandh and strikes. (3 months bandhs and price hike of fuel and transport of raw materials) (Raised local contributions)• Social problems like single cropping & cattle grazing after paddy harvest. Creating Revolving Fund for seconds/third crops.• Deforestation at catchment area Awareness/adult education for Village authority/tribal apex body/Churches etc.
  9. 9. Leveraging for DBI (Scope)• RNBA is lobbying state Government to include DBI in the NERGA schemes. There is strong possibility for this.
  10. 10. Suggestions to make the DBI program better• Please continue to support DBI projects because DBI is appropriate rural base technology in lieu of huge infrastructures dams which are not maintained.• Pre-sanction visit by Livolink Foundation will be helpful to the partners.• Cost of materials for NE region is higher.
  11. 11. Types of water source
  12. 12. Types of water sources
  13. 13. Traditional DBI/Existing DBI
  14. 14. Technical survey & Assistance
  15. 15. Peoples’ participation
  16. 16. Irrigated terrace lands
  17. 17. Some activities
  18. 18. Cross learning
  19. 19. On-site training
  20. 20. Difficult and challenging area
  21. 21. Thank you

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