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Karmi kalahandi
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  • 1. Abhimanyu Rana
  • 2. To bring sustainable livelihood of themost vulnerable families by enhancingdiversion based irrigation initiativeaddressing food security in Karanjkot andBaburmunda the most drought pronevillages of Golamunda Block.
  • 3.  To develop and conserve natural resources anduse of waste water of the area by developingtwo Diversion based Irrigation projects in twovillages and provide irrigation facility to the unirrigated and waste lands. To provide the sustainable irrigation facility withthe community management and improve thewater management skills among the tribalfarmers by indigenous way for development ofagriculture and kitchen garden.
  • 4. Sl.noName ofVillage andstreamGP Block Population BenefitingCommunityArea toIrrigatein KhariffArea toIrrigateinWinter1 Karanajkot)(BhitarkotJharan)Nuagoan Golamunda350 ST- 15SC-20OC-1752 Acers 26 Acers2 Makraguda(Baburmunda)(Bagjholajharan)Mahaling Golamunda 1534 ST- 24 47 Acers 18 AcersTotal 1884 76 families 99 Acers 44 Acers
  • 5.  Formation of Village DBI Committees Capacity building through training andexposure to potential area Training on vermi culture, compost pits andDry land farming i.e. mixed cropping andcotton cultivation Fund generation for maintenance of DBI Provide seeds and fertilizer for Kitchengardening Demonstration and Promotion of KitchenGardening Water Supply for domestic purpose
  • 6.  Formation 2 Water users committees in twoDBI villages with compromise of 30 members Organise regular meetings in village level withthe committee and the villagers, Organise 2 exposure visit to the potential DBIand agriculture promotion Fund generate 2550 in Baburmund and Rs3200 in Karanjkot for maintainace the DBI forits sustainability, Initiative taken for regular meeting andmaintance the DBI, water management
  • 7. Production of rice and cotton has beenincreased by 20% through check droughtand water shortageMore 32 Acers cotton, and 12 Acers ofvegetable cultivation has increasedDouble crop is possible in 22 Acers of land56 family used to get easy water suppoy intheir door steps
  • 8. Previously people are non cooperative asit is failure project and the stream watercan not reached to the villageTribal people are non interested on cashcrop like cotton and vegetablesThe target people have no habit on mixedcrop and dislike the agricultural practices
  • 9. There are more sides where DBI can beconstructed and promotion of agriculture ispossible and drought can be checkedBy mobilization target people a majorproportion of cost of DBI can insuredProper maintenance can be possible bythe DBI committee through capacitybuilding and fund generate by the use ofwater

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