JFMC Proposal under Central Sector Scheme

Commercial Cultivaton & Processing of
Medicinal & Aromatic Plant Species
in Meg...
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Title of the project:
Commercial Cultivaton & Processing of Medicinal & Aromatic Plant
Species in Meghalaya

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Objec...
addition, quality testing of medicinal plant parts, capacity building and
marketing support.
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Justification:
(i)

To as...
provided by Forest Department/Other Sources, and distinguish
the pattern in different States.
(vi)

To analyze the creatio...
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Symplocos racemosa
Swertia chirayita
Acorus calamus
Homalomena
aromatica
Rosa damascena
Sarac...
Deeringia,

Holoragis

etc

(Australian),

Boeschneakia,

Pyrularia,

Zanthoxylum, Salomonia, Cuphea etc. (American Nee Wo...
iv) Infrastructure of mandies, trade centers, manufacturing
units:
The market of medicinal plants in general throughout th...
Jan Chetna Sansthan. There are also several aspects – economic,
ecological and social issues related to NTFP management. O...
them due to the improved quality and longer shelf life. It is proposed
to identify Forest Development Agencies with JFMCs ...
e. Species:
f. Area :

S. asoca & Rouvlfia Serpentina
20 hectare

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a. Sosotpara
b. Address:
c. Reg. No.
d. Chairman:
e....
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a. Nabokgre JFMC
b. Address:
Nabokgre village, West Garo hills
c. Reg. No.
No. CF/GH/JFMC/105 of 2007
d. Chairman: Co...
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Project activities (physical targets, consolidated and
district/division-wise):

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JFMC’s

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Sadolpara JFMC

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Flow chat for the progress of work:

10 JFMC‟s PlantationShade Trees, Herbs & Roots

3 Common Facility Centre‟s for
10...
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Financial outlays for each activity (year-wise):
A. Sadolpara JFMC:

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Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Acti...
B. Marakapara JFMC:
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Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

A)

4.
5.
6.
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Total

Financial

Physica...
C. Kherapara JFMC:
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Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

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Total

Financial

Physical...
D. Amongpara JFMC:
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Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

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2010-11

2011-12

Total

Physical

Fina...
E. Sosotpara JFMC:
Sl. No.

Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

A)

4.
5.
6.
7.

Total

Financial

Physical...
F. Jenggitchakgre JFMC:
Sl. No.

Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

A)

4.
5.
6.
7.

Total

Financial

Phy...
G. Sopadinggre JFMC:
Sl. No.

Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

A)

2010-11

2011-12

Total

Physical

Fi...
H. Durakantagre JFMC:
Sl. No.

Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

A)

4.
5.
6.
7.

Total

Financial

Physi...
I. Matchurigre JFMC:
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Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

A)

4.
5.
6.
7.

Total

Financial

Physic...
J. Rongramgre JFMC:
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Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

A)

2010-11

2011-12

Total

Physical

Fin...
K. Nabokgre JFMC:

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Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

A)

2010-11

2011-12

Physical

Financial

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L. Neng Mandalgre JFMC:

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Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

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2010-11

2011-12

Physical

Finan...
M. Rongasigre JFMC:
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Item of work

Rate (Rs)

( Name of Activities)
1.

A)

2010-11

2011-12

Physical

Financial
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Mangagment Support:
5 % of the total cost project for Monitoring & Evaluation: Rs.
3,01,325/Grand Total of the Project-...
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Up gradation of health in quality life
Huge quantity of medicinal plants would be cultivated

Exit strategy and ...
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Monitoring-Internal monitoring mechanism:
The internal monitoring will be done by the officials of the State
Medicina...
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  1. 1. JFMC Proposal under Central Sector Scheme Commercial Cultivaton & Processing of Medicinal & Aromatic Plant Species in Meghalaya Prepared by AYUSH Resource Center for North East, Guwahati, Assam For Forest Deparment, Meghalaya, Shillong Submitted to National Medicinal Plants Board, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Department of AYUSH Govt. of India 1
  2. 2. 1. Title of the project: Commercial Cultivaton & Processing of Medicinal & Aromatic Plant Species in Meghalaya 2. Objective: The main objective of JFMC is Protection, conservation of natural resources through active involvement of the people. Checking land degradation, deforestation and loss of biodiversity and ecological restoration and environmental conservation and eco-development involving village level people‟s organization, which can manage the natural resources in and around villages in a sustainable manner and to improve quality of life and self-sustenance aspect of people living in and around forest areas and to develop capability endowment and skill enhancement for improving employability of the rural people. The forest dwellers and tribals living near forest have been given full rights to NTFP‟s. Under the Panchayats (Extension to Scheduled Areas) Act (PESA) control over NTFP‟s has been passed on to the Panchayats. The Ministry of Environment and Forests has a large program of forest regeneration through Joint Forest Management Committee (JFMC‟s). The existing regeneration program, however, focuses on production aspects only and does not support activities for creating storage, primary processing infrastructure and marketing support. Regeneration of NTFP‟s through JFMC‟s requires to be supported with processing and marketing, to enable the forest dwellers and tribals to get higher incomes for the NTFP‟s collected by them due to the improved quality and longer shelf life. It is proposed to identify Forest Development Agencies with JFMC‟s having high potential of medicinal plants and provide assistance for warehousing, value 2
  3. 3. addition, quality testing of medicinal plant parts, capacity building and marketing support. 3. Justification: (i) To assess the effectiveness of the scheme, especially in terms of cost-effectiveness, in rehabilitation of degraded areas on a sustainable basis in terms of quality and quantity of the growing stock. This will include assessment of survival percentage of the planted seedlings and its relationship with various factors, and improvement in forest/ tree cover due to the FDA project; (ii) To assess the effectiveness of FDA-JFMC mechanism for decentralization of forest management; (iii) To assess the effectiveness of FDA-JFMC mechanism for transfer of resources from center to the local institutions (FDA‟s and JFMC‟s); (iv) To assess the effectiveness of FDA-JFMC mechanism against the following specific parameters:(a) Employment opportunities and income to tribal and other disadvantaged groups/individuals in the JFM villages (b) Flow of forest products to tribals and other disadvantaged groups/individuals in the JFM villages. (c) Creation of durable community assets that could contribute to over all eco-development in the JFM villages. (d) Effective mechanisms to ensure that the benefits reach the intended beneficiaries. (v) To assess the changes in levels of funding to NAP-assisted FDA divisions under State Plan and Non-Plan/External Assistance 3
  4. 4. provided by Forest Department/Other Sources, and distinguish the pattern in different States. (vi) To analyze the creation, maintenance and management of village/JFMC- level common fund/funds, and assess its efficacy in promoting people‟s participation in forest management. 4. Medicinal plants resource scenario in the state: The medicinal plants growing in Meghalaya have been reported to be in a range of around 834 species. The endemic and threatened categories of medicinal plants have been listed. The rich medicinal plant wealth of Meghalaya due to wide altitudinal variation, geographical location and favourable environmental conditions for plant growth, the state has vast opportunities in capturing the national and international blooming medicinal plant trade. This region is also rich in gymnosperms, Pteridophytes, Algae, Fungi, Bryophytes and Lichens diversity. The medicinal plant species belonging to the family Poaceae, Orchidaceae, Araceae, Asteraceae, Fabaceae, Rubiaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Acanthaceae, Lamiaceae, Lauraceae, Cyperaceae, Utricaceae etc. The numerous tribal populations inhabiting the densely wooded regions of Meghalaya have a rich medicinal plant lone, developed after centuries of tribal and error with their use. Some of these folklore medicines have proved efficacious after detailed pharmacological trials. It is not appropriate or possible to list all such medicinal plants. The Prioritized medicinal plant species are listed bellowPrioritzed Medicinal Plants Sl. No Botanical Name Common Name 1 Cinnamomum tamala Tejpat/bay leaf 2 3 4 Piper longum Aloe barbadensis Rauvolfia serpentina Pippali Gheekwar Sarpagandha Areas of occurance Sohra,West Khasi Hills, Ri Bhoi and Garo Hills Throught the state Throught the state Garo Hills, Ri- Bhoi 4
  5. 5. 5 6 7 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Symplocos racemosa Swertia chirayita Acorus calamus Homalomena aromatica Rosa damascena Saraca asoca Emblica officinalis Asparagus racemosus Tinospora cordifolia Andrographis paniculata Plumbago zeynalica Mucuna pruriens Emblica ribes Aquilaria agallocha Valeriana wallichii Caesalpinia sappan Taxus baccata 22 Hedychium spicatum 23 Panax wangianus 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Lodh/ lodh pathani Chirayita Vaach Gulab phool Ashoka Amla satawar Giloe Garo Hills, Ri- Bhoi, Grampanni Shillong, Jowai Marsh, Tropical Ri Bhoi, East Khasi Hills and Garo Hills Shillong, Jowai Garo Hills, Ri- Bhoi Garo Hills, Ri- Bhoi, Grampanni Garo Hills, Ri- Bhoi, Grampanni Garo Hills, Ri- Bhoi Kalmegh Garo Hills, Ri- Bhoi Chitrak Kawanch Vayavidanga Agar Tagar Patanga Dieng Blei Garo Hills, Ri- Bhoi Garo Hills, Ri- Bhoi Shillong Garo Hills, Ri- Bhoi Shillong peak Garo Hills East and West Khasi Hills Ri Bhoi, East Khasi Hills and Garo Hills East and West Khasi Hills Ginseng i) Species plants resource scenario in the state: The flora of Meghalaya has affinities to different phytogeographical realms of the world and the phytogeographycal regions of India. Balakrishnan (1981) provides a very good account of the phytogeography of Meghalaya in his “Flora of Jowai”. As expected, the flora is largely Indo-Malayan in nature. There are good representations of Sino- Himalayan species, owing to its sub-himalayan existence. Many floristic elements show distinct distribution with Western Ghats, thus pointing towards the peninsular Indian affinities. The flora also shows affinities with the American, African, European and Australian flora to some extent. To cite a few examples of plants showing different affinities are Nepenthes, Vaccinium, Macrosolen, Balanophora etc (Malayan), Corylopsis, Kadsura, Camellia, Mahonia etc. (Sino-himalayan), 5
  6. 6. Deeringia, Holoragis etc (Australian), Boeschneakia, Pyrularia, Zanthoxylum, Salomonia, Cuphea etc. (American Nee World) Ochna, Meyna, Heritieras (African), Leea, Munronia, Xanthophyllum, Helicia (Peninsular India). It is indeed remarkable to have such wider affinities. Meghalayan flora has a good representation of endemics. Some such species are: Adinandra griffithii, Aechmanthera leiosperma, Anacolosa illiciodes, Baliospermum micranthus, Calliandra griffithii, Callicarpa psilocalyx, Camellia caduca, Ceropegia angustifolia, Citrus latipes, Corybas purpureus, Cynanchum wallichii, Dactylicapnos toruloa, Daphne shillong etc. ii) Collection of species, volumes and value: Sl. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Botanical Name Common Name Saraca asoca Terminaliae chebula Terminaliae belerica Rouvlofia serpentina Alpinia galanga Acorus calamus Cost of Planting Material per hec (in Rs) Ashok Rs. 16,500/Hitaki Rs. 11,000/Bahera Rs. 11,000/Sarpagandha Rs. 80,000 Alpinia Rs. 36,000/Bach Rs. 11,000/- Area Target 12 ha 9 ha 9 ha 8 ha 6 ha 6 ha iii) Districts, Divisions and JFMC’s/VSS from where collected: The collection of medicinal plant would be done throughout the state which includes all the 7 districts of Meghalaya. The collection of the NTFP‟s would be basically done from the wild sources. The selected JFMC‟s for assistance themselves will venture in the forest in search of seedling in their respective districts/division. Also the species may be collected from Nurseries throughout the state. 6
  7. 7. iv) Infrastructure of mandies, trade centers, manufacturing units: The market of medicinal plants in general throughout the country is unorganized and very secretive. There is unfair trade throughout the country and especially in north-east. Since there in as such no presence of mandies, trade centers in Meghalya. The cultivated products would be directly sold to organization trading in Medicinal Plants. v) Socio economic profile, dependence of people in NTFP and medicinal plantsNTFP collection and trading is not an isolated activity. There are several other aspects that influence it. Starting from the exploitation of tribal earlier to presently they grappling with getting a fair price of their produce are deeply entrenched in the social process. In some cases several people who are considered as „encroachers‟. Tribal have been living in this area for ages, how come they are labeled as encroachers? Traditionally, tribal people did not have any recorded system of land allotment. Their land use was primarily based on community decisions. The village headman decided which area to be cultivated by whom. It was all forestland and as they have been living here traditionally, they did not find it important to bring the land to their record. Because the area was under Forest Department, the Revenue Department did not cover the area under its settlement. Hence, the landholding of tribal people was not regularized. Nagaland is an NTFP-abundant area and here NTFP collection and selling is an important source of livelihood. There is a complex interaction among the tribal people, traders, Government agencies, 7
  8. 8. Jan Chetna Sansthan. There are also several aspects – economic, ecological and social issues related to NTFP management. Over the last ten years, the profile of NTFP availability has changed. The tribal are also grappling with regularization of land rights. Under such complex situation, people‟s institutions play an important role in empowering them and in increasing their bargaining capacity. Collection of Non-timber forest produces (NTFP‟s) has been a good source of revenue for the state and is an important source of livelihood of tribal people. The Forest Department gets the information related to the collection and rates of the various NTFP‟s in respective region at yearly basis. But, in real terms, it has no involvement in the actual collection or rate determination process of the same. It is expected that even grading could fetch significantly higher price than the present one. But the potential of value addition is very high. The following kind of value addition can be done: • Drying • Cleaning, filtering • Grading • Grinding • Oil Extraction • Packaging etc. The forest dwellers and tribals living near forest have been given full rights to NTFPs. Under the Panchayats (Extension to Scheduled Area) Act (PESA) control over NTFPs has been passed on to the Panchayats. The Ministry of Environment and Forest has a large program of forest regeneration through Joint Forest Management Committee (JFMCs). Regeneration of NTFPs through JFMCs requires to be supported with processing and marketing, to enable the forest dwellers and tribals to get higher incomes for the NTFPs collected by 8
  9. 9. them due to the improved quality and longer shelf life. It is proposed to identify Forest Development Agencies with JFMCs having high potential of medicinal plants and provide assistance for warehousing, value addition, quality testing of medicinal plant parts, capacity building and marketing support. vi) Local consumption by traditional healers, vaidyas etc. (volume if available): None 5. List of VFMC’s / Panchayats proposed to be covered along with justification of short-listing the JFMC’s: Following is the list of JFMC‟s selected for the assistance: 1. a. Sadolpara JFMC b. Address: Sadolpara, West Garo Hills c. Reg. No. No.GH/JFMC/66 OF 2006 d. Chairman: Conservator of Forest, Tura e. Species: S. asoca & Rouvlfia Serpentina f. Area : 20 hectare 2. a. Marakapara JFMC b. Address: Marakapara, West Garo Hills c. Reg. No: No. GH/JFMC/84 of 2006 d. Chairman: Conservator of Forest, Tura e. Species: T. chebula & Alpina galanga f. Area : 20 hectare 3. a. Kherapara JFMC b. Address: Kherapara, West Garo Hills c. Reg. No. No. GH/JFMC/72 of 2006 d. Chairman: Conservator of Forest, Tura e. Species: T. belerica & Acorus calamus f. Area : 20 hectare 4. a. Amongpara b. Address: c. Reg. No. d. Chairman: JFMC Amongpara, West Garo Hills No.GH/JFMC/75 of 2006 Conservator of Forest, Tura 9
  10. 10. e. Species: f. Area : S. asoca & Rouvlfia Serpentina 20 hectare 5. a. Sosotpara b. Address: c. Reg. No. d. Chairman: e. Species: f. Area : Sosotpara, West Garo Hills No. GH/JFMC/76 of 2006 Conservator of Forest T. chebula & Alpinia galanga 20 hectare 6. a. Jenggitchakgre JFMC b. Address: Jenggitchakgre JFMC, West Garo Hills c. Reg. No. GH/JFMC/09 of 2004 d. Chairman: Conservator of Forest, West Garo Hills e. Species: T. belerica & Acorus calamus f. Area: 10 hectare 7. a. Sopadinggre JFMC b. Address: Sopadinggre village, West Garo Hills c. Reg. No. GH/JFMC/77 of 2006 d. Chariman: Conservator of Forest, Tura e. Species: S. asoca & Rouvlfia Serpentina f. Area: 10 hectare 8. a. Durajantagre JFMC b. Address: Durajantagre, West Garo Hills c. Reg. No.GH/JFMC/08 of 2004 d. Chairman: Conserservator of Forest e. Species: T. chebula & Alpinia galanga f. Area: 10 hectare 9. a. Matchurigre JFMC b. Address: Matchurigre village, West Garo Hills c. Reg. No. No. CF/GH/JFMC/105 of 2007 d. Chairman: Conservator of Forest, Tura e. Species: T. Belerica & Acorus calamus f. Area : 10 hectare 10. a. Rongramgre JFMC b. Address: Rongramgre village, West Garo Hills c. Reg. No. No. CF/GH/JFMC/105 of 2007 d. Chairman: Conservator of Forest, Tura e. Species: S. asoca & Rouvlfia Serpentina f. Area : 10 hectare 10
  11. 11. 11. a. Nabokgre JFMC b. Address: Nabokgre village, West Garo hills c. Reg. No. No. CF/GH/JFMC/105 of 2007 d. Chairman: Conservator of Forest, Tura e. Prcocessing House :Drier, grinder & distillation tank f. Area : 5 hectare 12. a. Neng Mandalgre JFMC b. Address: Neng Mandalgre village, JFMC c. Reg. No. No. CF/GH/JFMC/105 of 2007 d. Chairman: Conservator of Forest, Tura e. Prcocessing House :Drier, grinder & distillation tank f. Area : 5 hectare 13. a. Rongasigre JFMC b. Address: Rongasigre village, West Garo Hills c. Reg. No. No. CF/GH/JFMC/105 of 2007 d. Chairman: Conservator of Forest, Tura e. Prcocessing House :Drier, grinder & distillation tank f. Area : 5 hectare The above mentioned VFMC‟s have been actively engaged in the felid of medicinal plants in their respective districts/divisions. The VFMC‟s have taken up various promotional workshops and self funded works on the awareness an income generation through medicinal plants. Some of the members have undergone through capacity building training and training on marketing aspects of medicinal plants. 6. Existing infrastructure of storage, market yards, machinery, if present in the project area: None 11
  12. 12. 7. Project activities (physical targets, consolidated and district/division-wise): Sl.No JFMC’s 1 Sadolpara JFMC 2 Marakapara JFMC 3 Kherapara JFMC 4 Amongpara JFMC 5 Sasotpara JFMC 6 Jenggichakgre JFMC 7 Sopadinggre JFMC 8 Durakantagre JFMC 9 Matcurigre JFMC 10 Rongramgre JFMC 11 Nabokgre JFMC 12 Neng Mandalgre JFMC 13 Rongasigre JFMC Activities Plantation- S. asoca & Rouvlfia Serpentina Training Plantation- T. chebula & Alpinia galanga Training Plantation- T. belerica & Acorus calamus Training Plantation- S. asoca & Rouvlfia Serpentina Training Plantation- T. chebula & Alpinia galanga Training Plantation- T. belerica & Acorus calamus Training Plantation- S. asoca & Rouvlfia Serpentina Training Plantation- T. chebula & Alpinia galanga Training Plantation- T. belerica & Acorus calamus Training Plantation- S. asoca & Rouvlfia Serpentina Training Commong Facility Centre(Micro Processing Unit) & Training Commong Facility Centre(Micro Processing Unit) & Training Commong Facility Centre(Micro Processing Unit) &Training Physical Targets 3 ha 2 ha 3 ha 2 ha 3 ha 2 ha 3 ha 2 ha 3 ha 2 ha 3 ha 2 ha 3 ha 2 ha 3 ha 2 ha 3 ha 2 ha 3 ha 2 ha 12
  13. 13. 8. Flow chat for the progress of work: 10 JFMC‟s PlantationShade Trees, Herbs & Roots 3 Common Facility Centre‟s for 10 JFMC‟s Production Production from 3 CFC‟s For Marketing 9. Detailed break-up of the physical infrastructure of godowns, drying yards Etc. proposed and the list of machinery / equipment proposed together with their costs: None 13
  14. 14. 10. Financial outlays for each activity (year-wise): A. Sadolpara JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 4. 5. 6. 7. Total Financial Physical Financial 16,500/- 3 ha 49,500/- - - 80,000/- 2 ha 1,60,000/- - - 17100/ Ha 5 Ha 85,500/- 5 Ha 85,500/- Soil & Moisture Conservation (15% of Plantation Cost M&E, Micro-planning, Fencing, Awareness raising (10% of Plantation Cost) Over-heads (10% of Plantation Cost) 2565/ Ha 5 Ha 12,825/- 5 Ha 12,825/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- Entry Point Activities (Fixed) Cutting of foot path along the plantation site Capacity Building 4000/ Ha 5 Ha 20,000/- 5 Ha 20,000/- Mixed Plantations of trees having MFP and medicinal value (Total 1100 plants per hectare) Cost of purchase of seedlings S. asoca b) Rouvllfia sepentina 3. 2011-12 Physical a) 2. 2010-11 Plantation including Maintenance (5 Ha) Total 50,000/3,94,925/- 1,35,425/- 5,30,350/- 14
  15. 15. B. Marakapara JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 4. 5. 6. 7. Total Financial Physical Financial 11,000/- 3 ha 33,000/- - - 36,000/- 2 ha 72,000/- - - 17100/ Ha 5 Ha 85,500/- 5 Ha 85,500/- Soil & Moisture Conservation (15% of Plantation Cost M&E, Micro-planning, Fencing, Awareness raising (10% of Plantation Cost) Over-heads (10% of Plantation Cost) 2565/ Ha 5 Ha 12,825/- 5 Ha 12,825/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- Entry Point Activities (Fixed) Cutting of foot path along the plantation site Capacity Building 4000/ Ha 5 Ha 20,000/- 5 Ha 20,000/- Mixed Plantations of trees having MFP and medicinal value (Total 1100 plants per hectare) Cost of purchase of seedlings Teminalia chebula b) Alipinia galanga 3. 2011-12 Physical a) 2. 2010-11 Plantation including Maintenance (5 Ha) Total 50,000/2,90,425/- 1,35,425/- 4,25,850/- 15
  16. 16. C. Kherapara JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 4. 5. 6. 7. Total Financial Physical Financial 11,000/- 3 ha 33,000/- - - 11,000/- 2 ha 22,000/- - - 17100/ Ha 5 Ha 85,500/- 5 Ha 85,500/- Soil & Moisture Conservation (15% of Plantation Cost M&E, Micro-planning, Fencing, Awareness raising (10% of Plantation Cost) Over-heads (10% of Plantation Cost) 2565/ Ha 5 Ha 12,825/- 5 Ha 12,825/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- Entry Point Activities (Fixed) Cutting of foot path along the plantation site Capacity Building 4000/ Ha 5 Ha 20,000/- 5 Ha 20,000/- Mixed Plantations of trees having MFP and medicinal value (Total 1100 plants per hectare) Cost of purchase of seedlings Temenialia belerica b) Acorus calamus 3. 2011-12 Physical a) 2. 2010-11 Plantation including Maintenance (5 Ha) Total 50,000/2,40,425/- 1,35,425/- 3,75,850 16
  17. 17. D. Amongpara JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 2010-11 2011-12 Total Physical Financial Physical Financial Mixed Plantations of trees having MFP and medicinal value (Total 1100 plants per hectare) Cost of purchase of seedlings a) 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 16,500/- 3 ha 49,500/- - - a) 2. S. asoca Rouvllfia sepentina 80,000/- 2 ha 1,60,000/- - - 17100/ Ha 5 Ha 85,500/- 5 Ha 85,500/- Soil & Moisture Conservation (15% of Plantation Cost M&E, Micro-planning, Fencing, Awareness raising (10% of Plantation Cost) Over-heads (10% of Plantation Cost) 2565/ Ha 5 Ha 12,825/- 5 Ha 12,825/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- Entry Point Activities (Fixed) Cutting of foot path along the plantation site Capacity Building 4000/ Ha 5 Ha 20,000/- 5 Ha 20,000/- Plantation including Maintenance (5 Ha) Total 50,000/3,94,925/- 1,35,425/- 5,30,350/- 17
  18. 18. E. Sosotpara JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 4. 5. 6. 7. Total Financial Physical Financial 11,000/- 3 ha 33,000/- - - 36,000/- 2 ha 72,000/- - - 17100/ Ha 5 Ha 85,500/- 5 Ha 85,500/- Soil & Moisture Conservation (15% of Plantation Cost M&E, Micro-planning, Fencing, Awareness raising (10% of Plantation Cost) Over-heads (10% of Plantation Cost) 2565/ Ha 5 Ha 12,825/- 5 Ha 12,825/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- Entry Point Activities (Fixed) Cutting of foot path along the plantation site Capacity Building 4000/ Ha 5 Ha 20,000/- 5 Ha 20,000/- Mixed Plantations of trees having MFP and medicinal value (Total 1100 plants per hectare) Cost of purchase of seedlings Terminalia chebula b) Alpinia galanga 3. 2011-12 Physical a) 2. 2010-11 Plantation including Maintenance (5 Ha) Total 50,000/2,90,425/- 1,35,425/- 4,25,850 18
  19. 19. F. Jenggitchakgre JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 4. 5. 6. 7. Total Financial Physical Financial 11,000/- 3 ha 33,000/- - - 11,000/- 2 ha 22,000/- - - 17100/ Ha 5 Ha 85,500/- 5 Ha 85,500/- Soil & Moisture Conservation (15% of Plantation Cost M&E, Micro-planning, Fencing, Awareness raising (10% of Plantation Cost) Over-heads (10% of Plantation Cost) 2565/ Ha 5 Ha 12,825/- 5 Ha 12,825/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- Entry Point Activities (Fixed) Cutting of foot path along the plantation site Capacity Building 4000/ Ha 5 Ha 20,000/- 5 Ha 20,000/- Mixed Plantations of trees having MFP and medicinal value (Total 1100 plants per hectare) Cost of purchase of seedlings Terminalia belerica b) Acorus calamus 3. 2011-12 Physical a) 2. 2010-11 Plantation including Maintenance (5 Ha) Total 50,000/2,40,425/- 1,35,425/- 3,75,850 19
  20. 20. G. Sopadinggre JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 2010-11 2011-12 Total Physical Financial Physical Financial Mixed Plantations of trees having MFP and medicinal value (Total 1100 plants per hectare) Cost of purchase of seedlings a) 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 16,500/- 3 ha 49,500/- - - a) 2. S. asoca Rouvllfia sepentina 80,000/- 2 ha 1,60,000/- - - 17100/ Ha 5 Ha 85,500/- 5 Ha 85,500/- Soil & Moisture Conservation (15% of Plantation Cost M&E, Micro-planning, Fencing, Awareness raising (10% of Plantation Cost) Over-heads (10% of Plantation Cost) 2565/ Ha 5 Ha 12,825/- 5 Ha 12,825/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- Entry Point Activities (Fixed) Cutting of foot path along the plantation site Capacity Building 4000/ Ha 5 Ha 20,000/- 5 Ha 20,000/- Plantation including Maintenance (5 Ha) Total 50,000/3,94,925/- 1,35,425/- 5,30,350/- 20
  21. 21. H. Durakantagre JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 4. 5. 6. 7. Total Financial Physical Financial 11,000/- 3 ha 33,000/- - - 36,000/- 2 ha 72,000/- - - 17100/ Ha 5 Ha 85,500/- 5 Ha 85,500/- Soil & Moisture Conservation (15% of Plantation Cost M&E, Micro-planning, Fencing, Awareness raising (10% of Plantation Cost) Over-heads (10% of Plantation Cost) 2565/ Ha 5 Ha 12,825/- 5 Ha 12,825/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- Entry Point Activities (Fixed) Cutting of foot path along the plantation site Capacity Building 4000/ Ha 5 Ha 20,000/- 5 Ha 20,000/- Mixed Plantations of trees having MFP and medicinal value (Total 1100 plants per hectare) Cost of purchase of seedlings Terminalia chebula b) Alpinia galanga 3. 2011-12 Physical a) 2. 2010-11 Plantation including Maintenance (5 Ha) Total 50,000/2,90,425 1,35,425/- 4,25,850 21
  22. 22. I. Matchurigre JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 4. 5. 6. 7. Total Financial Physical Financial 11,000/- 3 ha 33,000/- - - 11,000/- 2 ha 22,000/- - - 17100/ Ha 5 Ha 85,500/- 5 Ha 85,500/- Soil & Moisture Conservation (15% of Plantation Cost M&E, Micro-planning, Fencing, Awareness raising (10% of Plantation Cost) Over-heads (10% of Plantation Cost) 2565/ Ha 5 Ha 12,825/- 5 Ha 12,825/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- Entry Point Activities (Fixed) Cutting of foot path along the plantation site Capacity Building 4000/ Ha 5 Ha 20,000/- 5 Ha 20,000/- Mixed Plantations of trees having MFP and medicinal value (Total 1100 plants per hectare) Cost of purchase of seedlings Terminalia belerica b) Acorus calamus 3. 2011-12 Physical a) 2. 2010-11 Plantation including Maintenance (5 Ha) Total 50,000/2,40,425/- 1,35,425/- 3,75,850 22
  23. 23. J. Rongramgre JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 2010-11 2011-12 Total Physical Financial Physical Financial Mixed Plantations of trees having MFP and medicinal value (Total 1100 plants per hectare) Cost of purchase of seedlings a) 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 16,500/- 3 ha 49,500/- - - a) 2. S. asoca Rouvllfia sepentina 80,000/- 2 ha 1,60,000/- - - 17100/ Ha 5 Ha 85,500/- 5 Ha 85,500/- Soil & Moisture Conservation (15% of Plantation Cost M&E, Micro-planning, Fencing, Awareness raising (10% of Plantation Cost) Over-heads (10% of Plantation Cost) 2565/ Ha 5 Ha 12,825/- 5 Ha 12,825/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- 1710/ Ha 5 Ha 8,550/- 5 Ha 8,550/- Entry Point Activities (Fixed) Cutting of foot path along the plantation site Capacity Building 4000/ Ha 5 Ha 20,000/- 5 Ha 20,000/- Plantation including Maintenance (5 Ha) Total 50,000/3,94,925/- 1,35,425/- 5,30,350/- 23
  24. 24. K. Nabokgre JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 2010-11 2011-12 Physical Financial Total Physical Financial Cost of Machines : Drier 50,000/- 1 50,000/- b) Grinder 50,000/- 1 50,000/- - - c) 2. a) Distilation Tank 3,00,000/- 1 3,00,000/- - - Contingency 50,000/Total 50,000/- 50,000/- 4,50,000/- 50,0000/- 5,00,000 24
  25. 25. L. Neng Mandalgre JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 2010-11 2011-12 Physical Financial Total Physical Financial Cost of Machines : Drier 50,000/- 1 50,000/- b) Grinder 50,000/- 1 50,000/- - - c) 2. a) Distilation Tank 3,00,000/- 1 3,00,000/- - - Contingency 50,000/Total 50,000/- 50,000/- 4,50,000/- 50,0000/- 5,00,000 25
  26. 26. M. Rongasigre JFMC: Sl. No. Item of work Rate (Rs) ( Name of Activities) 1. A) 2010-11 2011-12 Physical Financial Total Physical Financial Cost of Machines : Drier 50,000/- 1 50,000/- b) Grinder 50,000/- 1 50,000/- - - c) 2. a) Distilation Tank 3,00,000/- 1 3,00,000/- - - Contingency 50,000/Total 50,000/- 50,000/- 4,50,000/- 50,0000/- 5,00,000 26
  27. 27.  Mangagment Support: 5 % of the total cost project for Monitoring & Evaluation: Rs. 3,01,325/Grand Total of the Project- Rs. 63,27,825/(Rupees Sixty Three Lakhs Twenty Seven Thousand Eight Hundred Twenty Five) only 11. Is any micro and small enterprise proposed, and if so, what will be its structure, composition: Not Applicable 12. Market linkage (MoU’s), if any: No MoU‟s have been signed with any organization. However the AYUSH Resource Centre has identified some organization in North-East which will help in marketing of the medicinal plants at fair prices. 13. Additional income to JFMC members: Most of the JFMC members are involved in cultivation of common non forest timber products and the timber products in the forest area in their respective allotted areas. The products cultivated are either used for their own consumption or sold in the local markets at very low prices. This project will help the Joint Forest Management Committee members to cultivate and sell the Non-Timber Forest Products in proper market at better prices and help in creating the much livelihood and income for the tribal poor. 14. Outputs and outcomes:  Cultivation of medicinal plant  Conservation of Forest & Non-Forest areas  Income gains of medicinal plants  Self Employment of VFMC‟s members  Behavioral changes towards the Indian Medicine System  Minimization of suffering & healing/treating acquired from the system 27
  28. 28.   15. Up gradation of health in quality life Huge quantity of medicinal plants would be cultivated Exit strategy and sustainability: Forest ecosystem as a natural resource base, provides benefits that support lifeline of human being as well as many. Forests provide a wide range of timber & non-timber produces including fuel wood, fodder, food, and medicines etc. which act as natural resource inputs for converting them into economic outputs and thus contribute towards the livelihood of the people. The quality of forest and the pattern of forest management will determine its productivity and flow of natural forest products for generating livelihood options for the people. The productivity and sustainable harvesting pattern will determine the flow of forest resources available for the livelihood of the community who are dependent on forest. Thus there is direct link between the quality of forest resource base available and the sustainability of livelihood of the community for their survival provided the forest is managed on sustainable basis. While the link between the forest resource base and livelihood of the people cannot be denied, many more factors which are responsible for sustainable forest management, will determine the sustainability of livelihood of the people. Sustainable forest management integrates two main interdependent goals –„well being of the forest‟ and „well being of the people‟. Sustainability rests on the principle that we must meet the needs (livelihood as basic need) of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Therefore, sustainability of both natural and human resources is of prime importance. Sustainability of human resources includes consideration of social capital and responsibilities for management of resources. Sustainability of land and natural resources involves maintaining or enhancing this vital resource base for the long term. 28
  29. 29. 16. Monitoring-Internal monitoring mechanism: The internal monitoring will be done by the officials of the State Medicinal Plants Board and department of Environment and Forests on the activities of the project during the implementation. General Conditions and Undertakings i) The State Government should give an undertaking that project area has not been covered / is not proposed to be covered under the National A forestation Programme (NAP) of NAEB or under any other scheme of Central or State Government. ii) Cost norms followed, indicating clearly the wage rate in the State, number of plants per hectare and the period for which maintenance is provided in the project (NAEB cost norms will be adopted for NMPB schemes). iii) A necessary provision has been made /will be made in the working plan to permit harvesting of plant parts (roots, barks etc.) available under the project. iv) Necessary financial support will be provided for maintenance of the assets created under the project after the project period. v) Quarterly report will be submitted by the Project Leader. The State Government should nominate a senior officer to act as a Nodal Officer. Signature of the Principal Investigator (Project Leader) Signature of head of the Department/Instituion 29

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