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