1Local Government Engineering
Department(LGED)
Presented by: Sk. Md. Mohsin, Project Director & A.K.M. Firoz Khan, WorldFi...
2
* Location, basic data and project intervention
 Consists of 11 upazilas and a total area of 3 670
sq.km. with 2 782 vi...
3
* Project entity, target people and period
Donor:
 International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
Sponsoring Mi...
4
* Project partners
SCBRMP has long-term partnership with:
 Ministry of Land
 Bangladesh Krishi Bank (BKB)
Bangladesh ...
5
* Objective and Strategy of SCBRMP
Building social, human
and financial capital
Ensuring access to
technology and
resour...
6
* Project components of SCBRMP
Five components of the project:
 Labour-intensive infrastructure
development
 Fisheries...
7
* Fisheries
The main feature of the component:
 Arranging water-bodies/beel for the communities on long-term
basis
 In...
8
* Steps followed for community based bell resource
management
 Resource map ( Digital)
 Social map (PRA)
 Master List...
9
* Beel Transfer and accountability
CBRMP/LGED
-Mobilization
-Training
-Other technical assistance
-Users contact
-Traini...
10
* Progress of the component: fisheries
Sl. # Items Indicators Project target Project total as of December 2013
Achieved...
11
* Benefit from beel fisheries
Particulars Unit FY 2010 - 2011 FY 2011 - 2012 FY 2012 - 2013
Total Total Total
Beel harv...
* Inclusion of Mola
Objectives:
 Increasing fish production
 Increasing diversity of local species
 Increasing scope of...
* Strategy undertaken
Community involvement and sustainability first
• Community based approach
• Beel selected from those...
14
Beel-wise total Mola production as of 26.02.2014
Sl. # Name of Beels Upazila Stocked
(kg), (Mar-
Apr' 2013)
Baseline
pr...
15
 Mola are very fragile and sensitive to handling
 Transporting of brood within limited morning time is a very critica...
16
* Key lesson learned project in general
 Persistent efforts and team integrity are the key factors to
achieve success ...
* A few pictorial glimpses
17
18
* Project beneficiary
19
*BUG: men and women working together
20
Beel demarcation
21
* Re-excavation beel and
canal
22
Fish sanctuary
23
Swamp tree plantation
24
* Enforcing fish conservation acts
25
Beel harvest
26
* Benefit distribution to BUG
members by State Minister, MPs, Secretary, LGED chief, DC
27
Inter- ministerial Committee meeting at field level
* Mola training and preparation of action plan
* Mola awareness raising programme at field level
* Mola transportation & stocking
* Sing board installed to raise awareness on Mola
32
* Mola production in Sunamganj, 2013/14
*Thank you
33
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Adoption of Mola in Community Managed Waterbodies, Enhanced Productivity and Bio-diversity in Sunamganj Haor Basin: An Example of Successful Technology Transfer in SCBRMP. By Sk. Md. Mohsin and Firoz Khan.

  1. 1. 1Local Government Engineering Department(LGED) Presented by: Sk. Md. Mohsin, Project Director & A.K.M. Firoz Khan, WorldFish Sunamganj Community Based Resource Management Project (SCBRMP)
  2. 2. 2 * Location, basic data and project intervention  Consists of 11 upazilas and a total area of 3 670 sq.km. with 2 782 villages  Population: 1968 669; male 50.89%, female 49.11%; Muslim 83.62%, Hindu 15.95%, others 0.43% ethnic groups ( Sangma, Garo and Hajong).  Main occupations: Agriculture 43.43%, fishing 3.34%, agricultural labourer 24.10%, wage labourer 5.58%, commerce 7.44%, service 3.8%, others 12.31%.  Land use: Arable land 294021 hectares , fallow land 51 752 hectares ( 17.6%).  Beel area: 5 500 hectares, Number 1 063  Land control/occupancy: 33% are landless, 26% marginal to small, 21% medium and 20% rich farmers Source: BBS 2006 Year wise intervention: Sunamganj Sadar: 2003 Dakhin Sunamganj: 2003 Biswambarpur: 2003 Jamalganj: 2004 Tahirpur: 2005 Derai: 2006 Sullah: 2007 Dowarabazar: 2007 Dharmapasha: 2007 Chatak 2011 Gagannatpur 2011
  3. 3. 3 * Project entity, target people and period Donor:  International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Sponsoring Ministry/Division:  Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Co-operatives /Local Government Division Implementing Agency:  Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) Target People:  90 000 - 135 000 farmer and fisher households holding land below 2.5 acre Project period:  January 2003 – March 2014
  4. 4. 4 * Project partners SCBRMP has long-term partnership with:  Ministry of Land  Bangladesh Krishi Bank (BKB) Bangladesh Agriculture Research Institute(BARI)  Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI),  Bangladesh Livestock Research Institute(BLRI)  Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE),  Department of Livestock Services (DLS),  Department of Fisheries (DoF), and  The WorldFish Center
  5. 5. 5 * Objective and Strategy of SCBRMP Building social, human and financial capital Ensuring access to technology and resources Improving social infrastructure Poverty reduction
  6. 6. 6 * Project components of SCBRMP Five components of the project:  Labour-intensive infrastructure development  Fisheries development  Agriculture and livestock production Improvement  Microcredit  Institutional support
  7. 7. 7 * Fisheries The main feature of the component:  Arranging water-bodies/beel for the communities on long-term basis  Introducing community based fishers management  Identifying and demarcating resource- bases through survey followed by installing pillars  Re-excavation of water-bodies and khals (canal) to restore fish habitats  Establishing fish sanctuaries  Planting and restoring swamp forestry in haor area  Promoting pond fish culture for raising income of indigent women  Enforcing Fish Conservation Acts  Monitoring fish production, consumption, marketing and assessing its impact on people’s livelihoods.
  8. 8. 8 * Steps followed for community based bell resource management  Resource map ( Digital)  Social map (PRA)  Master List of HH from Beel command villages  Wellbeing survey  Listing feasible BUG member  Final list of BUG members  Stakeholder analysis  Timeline analysis  Formation of BUG
  9. 9. 9 * Beel Transfer and accountability CBRMP/LGED -Mobilization -Training -Other technical assistance -Users contact -Training -Other technical assistances BMC Beel Users Group (BUG) (CO Members + Other Village People) Revenue MLGC/LGD DC/UNO Requisition - Policy support - Other technical assistances Beel Transfer MoUMoL DOF DAE DLS LA Revenue
  10. 10. 10 * Progress of the component: fisheries Sl. # Items Indicators Project target Project total as of December 2013 Achieved % 1 BUG formed and member enrolled BUG No. 300 250 83 Member No. 9500 8870 93 Women No. in BUG 2375 2139 90 2 Beel accessed by BUG No. 300 250 83 Acres 6500 5913.78 91 Beel demarcated No. 250 118 47 3 Beel Developed No. 250 190 76 Acres 966.95 911.16 94 4 Khal excavated/re-excavated No. 63 69 110 Km. 63 69.95 111 5 Ponds excavated/ re-excavated No. 64 64 100 Acres 30.83 30.83 100 No. of Indigent women 284 284 100 6 Conservation campaign undertaken No. 1200 1203 100 7 Fish sanctuary established No. 100 50 50 8 Beel harvested No. 300 188 63 9 Beel audited No. 300 235 78
  11. 11. 11 * Benefit from beel fisheries Particulars Unit FY 2010 - 2011 FY 2011 - 2012 FY 2012 - 2013 Total Total Total Beel harvested Number 143 167 188 Area Acre 2763.81 3970.09 4820.41 Catch Kg 266586.5 263925 320103 Catch/Acre Kg 96 66 66.4 Sale Tk. 23652620 28675033 39399941 Sale/Kg Tk. 89 107.95 119.85 Income Tk. 23652620 28675033 39399941 Profit Distributed Total Tk. 10028867 12246687 17415209 Distributed at Number of beel 143 152 159 Distributed to Number of member 3892 4514 5234 Per member received Tk. 2576.79 2713.05 3337.32 Wage earned: Total Tk. 5630140 5659606 7922162 Earned at Number of beel 143 142 159 Earned by Number of member 1644 1987 2084 Earned per member Tk. 3424.66 2848.32 3801.42
  12. 12. * Inclusion of Mola Objectives:  Increasing fish production  Increasing diversity of local species  Increasing scope of availability of protein and mmultiple essential micronutrients with more focus on the needs of mother and children  Increasing income of the poor fishers  Promoting technology through community based sustainable approach  Giving technology to women for meeting their nutrition needs and increased income more directly 12
  13. 13. * Strategy undertaken Community involvement and sustainability first • Community based approach • Beel selected from those are under community management • Partnership approach between Community, Project, WFC, DOF and local Administration • Sustainability issues put upfront before the initiative taken • Training of key fishers on Mola culture management and widespread awareness on its benefit 13
  14. 14. 14 Beel-wise total Mola production as of 26.02.2014 Sl. # Name of Beels Upazila Stocked (kg), (Mar- Apr' 2013) Baseline production (kg), 2012 Production (kg), 2013-14 % 1 Mangolpurer Dubi Beel Derai 21 81 242 + 298% 2 Lomba Dair Bocha Chatol Derai 12 38 60 + 157% 3 Juri Panjuri Beel Derai 14.5 37 83 + 224% 4 Boro Medi Beel Derai 40 744 1,367 + 183% 5 Boiragimara Beel Sunamganj Sadar 7.5 235 805 + 342% 6 Aislauni Beel Sunamganj Sadar 30 41 128 + 312% 7 Kaima Beel Koiya Beel Sunamganj Sadar 45 13 403 + 1343% 8 Piran nagar beel Sunamganj Sadar 57 32 275 + 859% 9 Aung Gung Sunamganj Sadar 5 25 139 + 556% 10 Tedala Huglia Chatol South Sunamganj 15 241 179 - 140% 11 Chinamara Beel South Sunamganj 14 25 67 + 268% 12 Srinathpurer Dhola South Sunamganj 18 46 64 + 139% 13 Chatol Udaytara South Sunamganj 43 126 192 + 152% 14 Rajghori Beel South Sunamganj 21 2 32 + 1600% Total - 343 1,686 4,036 + 240% * Mola Production , Sunamganj
  15. 15. 15  Mola are very fragile and sensitive to handling  Transporting of brood within limited morning time is a very critical task  Availability of sufficient brood is a constraint in promoting Mola culture  Well planned and dedicated efforts are required to carry the brood and ensure stocking in time.  Regular conservation of habitat to keep it safe and fit for Mola is inevitable to maintain the growth of the Mola along with other fish varieties  Water quality and sufficiency are the key factors for better production of Mola  Success of Mola cultivation primarily rest on the management of community of beel fisheries  The dedication of fishers of BUG and their knowledge in beel resource management have given greater values to successful rearing of Mola in beels.  Partnership supports from line department along with other administrations in terms of taking conservation measures and encouraging the community in stocking have substantially contributed to take forward the Mola stocking programme in Sunamganj  Have huge potentiality to promote Mola culture in Haor area based on community based approach * Lesson learned : Mola culture
  16. 16. 16 * Key lesson learned project in general  Persistent efforts and team integrity are the key factors to achieve success in the project like SCBRMP  Community based project’s success depends on the degree of ownership of the community in project implementation  In all components project has largely come across many obstacles, but project’s flexibility to address those dynamically has helped the project to overcome those  Regular interactions and reviewing the failures and progresses with staff and partners have driven the project to reach the targets
  17. 17. * A few pictorial glimpses 17
  18. 18. 18 * Project beneficiary
  19. 19. 19 *BUG: men and women working together
  20. 20. 20 Beel demarcation
  21. 21. 21 * Re-excavation beel and canal
  22. 22. 22 Fish sanctuary
  23. 23. 23 Swamp tree plantation
  24. 24. 24 * Enforcing fish conservation acts
  25. 25. 25 Beel harvest
  26. 26. 26 * Benefit distribution to BUG members by State Minister, MPs, Secretary, LGED chief, DC
  27. 27. 27 Inter- ministerial Committee meeting at field level
  28. 28. * Mola training and preparation of action plan
  29. 29. * Mola awareness raising programme at field level
  30. 30. * Mola transportation & stocking
  31. 31. * Sing board installed to raise awareness on Mola
  32. 32. 32 * Mola production in Sunamganj, 2013/14
  33. 33. *Thank you 33

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