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Climare resilient

  1. 1. NATIONAL INITIATIVE ON CLIMATE RESILIENT <br />AGRICULTURE PROJECT, KENDRAPARA<br />WELCOME<br />S. Lenka,<br />KVK, Kendrapara<br />OUAT, Bhubaneswar<br />ODISHA<br />Designed by<br />
  2. 2. Objectives<br />
  3. 3. DISTRICT MAP OF ODISHA<br />Agro Climatic Zone-East & South-East Costal Plane Zone<br />Temp: 390C (Max) to 11.50C (Min)<br />Rainfall: 1556 mm<br />Soil: Sandy loom<br />Cropping Intensity: 186 %<br />Fertilizer Consumption: 42 Kg/ha<br />Net Irrigated Area: 66.49 th. ha<br />
  4. 4. Location Map<br />India<br />Odisha<br />Kendrapara<br />Krushnadaspur<br />
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  8. 8. Major Constraints<br />Health Impacts<br />Weather-related Mortality<br />Infectious Diseases<br />Air Quality-Respiratory Illnesses<br />Agriculture Impacts<br />Crop yields and diversity<br />Flood damage<br />Irrigation demands<br />Climate Changes<br />Forest Impacts<br />Change in forest composition<br />Shift geographic range of forests<br />Forest Health and Productivity<br />Temperature<br />Flood<br />Water Resource Impacts<br />Changes in water supply<br />Water quality<br />Increased competition for water<br />Precipitation<br />Impacts on Coastal Areas<br />Erosion of beaches<br />Inundate coastal lands<br />Costs to defend coastal communities<br />Sea Level Rise<br />Species and Natural Areas<br />Shift in ecological zones<br />Loss of habitat and species<br />Spread of invasive species<br />
  9. 9. Village Specific Bottlenecks<br /> Frequent Flood<br /> Water logged situation<br /> No canal irrigation facility<br />Non availability of flood and drought resistant paddy variety<br /> Acidic soil- 92 %<br /> Poor nutrient status of soils<br /> Poor water holding capacity of soil<br /> Massive pest and disease problem in cereal, pulses and vegetables<br /> Low productivity of animals on account of fodder scarcity, imbalanced feeding<br /> Poor access to high yielding varieties, farm machinery<br /> Paddy crop severely affected due to flood in PI stage<br />
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  11. 11. APPROACHES<br />Convergence<br />A movement towards Sustainability<br />
  12. 12. Institutional Building<br />Village Climate Risk Management Committee (CRMC): to take up the overall activities of the project<br />Committee for managing the custom hiring center (Farm service center) in the village<br />Fodder management committee<br />Self Help Group<br />User Group<br />Common Interest Group<br />Farmer Interest Group<br />
  13. 13. Coping strategies adopted by innovative farmers <br />
  14. 14. Coping strategies adopted by innovative farmers <br />
  15. 15. 15<br />Process<br />Identify clear <br />endpoints<br />Stakeholder driven<br />questions<br />Conduct assessment and<br />Identify uncertainties<br />Identify options for <br />response<br />Evaluate <br />Effectiveness <br />of response<br />Communicate to <br />stakeholders<br />Was information<br />Received?<br />Gap between assessment<br />and villagers response<br />
  16. 16. Six Steps of Participatory Assessment of Disaster Risk<br />
  17. 17. Flow chart of development of implementable action plan for the district<br />Secondary review<br />Village survey<br />Secondary and collateral data collection on agriculture, Flood, climate, water resources, forests, environmental, social issues etc.<br />Primary data collection through participatory tools<br />Database creation<br />Preparation of draft action plan<br /><ul><li>.Sector experts (Core group)
  18. 18. ..Agriculture</li></ul>b. Horticulture<br /><ul><li>. Forestry
  19. 19. .Fishery</li></ul>e. Plant protection<br />f. Agril. Extension<br />g. Public health<br />h. Ecosystem and biodiversity<br />i.GIS and Remote sensing<br />j. Disaster management<br /><ul><li>.Government officials
  20. 20. .District administration
  21. 21. .local leaders
  22. 22. .Citizen forums
  23. 23. .Beneficiaries
  24. 24. .NGOs/ VOs/ CSOs</li></ul>Topo sheets, village maps<br />Thematic and composite map development<br />Meeting with Expert committee resilient agriculture<br />Stakeholder dialogue process and prioritization of issues<br />Implementable action plan development through benefit- cost analysis/ adaptation decision matrix/ tool for environmental assessment and management (TEAM) <br />Public meeting and finalization of Action plan<br />Climate- crop scenario generation and optimization<br />
  25. 25. <ul><li>Technical guidelines
  26. 26. Training & capacity building
  27. 27. Supervision</li></ul>SRF-1<br />Core Team<br />(Subject matter specialists)<br />SRF-2<br />Report and field level feed back<br />IMPLEMENTATION <br />Composition of Team<br />Village<br />
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  32. 32. Budget Requirements (Rs. in lakh)<br />
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