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  1. 1. Namaskar As on Wednesday, November 06, 2013
  2. 2. Presented By: Small Farmers Development Bank Ltd Nepal Agriculture Cooperative Central Federation Ltd
  3. 3. Wednesday, November 06, 2013
  4. 4. Wednesday, November 06, 2013
  5. 5. Partners Institution ( GON, IFAD, AEPC) Central Level ( SFDBL+NACCFL) Regional Level (Area office +District Federation) VDC Level Cooperative Level Group Level Members Wednesday, November 06, 2013
  6. 6. working site Wednesday, November 06, 2013
  7. 7. We learned from the communities organization and experience met during the learning route  In the Rayale Kavre district, harvesting the cob, the remaining portion of the maize is used for silage making.   residues of the that firewood, use for briquettes  Plastic wastage utilized for basket in Kapilvastu Through learning route observation we get inspired and move towards innovation 
  8. 8. •Working area is situated on the western region, Rupendehi district • Banana farming as the small scale in traditional way
  9. 9.      To increase social and economic upliftment Product diversification Proper utilization of whole banana stem Additional income Expansion of linkage between cooperative and other line agencies
  10. 10. Why this innovation is needed??? A. As the people are focused only on the one product of the banana plant i.e. the fruits. Here, we are using the whole stem of the Banana for the additional income, this is considered as a the best innovation B. The principle of zero waste management C. Additional income through  Flowers will be utilized for the pickles  Stem fibers will be utilized for paper, basket making  Slurry remained after making paper will be utilized for the biogas  The waste of the biogas slurry will be utilized for making the organic manure
  11. 11.  This innovation plan is for the economic upliftment of the banana farmers belong to cooperative
  12. 12. 1. Target groups:  Banana famers of the Rupendehi district 2. Partners  Farmers group  Cooperatives  Federation  Bank  Procasur  Department of Cottage and Small Enterprises  Other concerned agency like DADO,
  13. 13. I. II. General Objectives To increase income of the banana farmer engaged in the production Specific Objectives: To increase the additional income through innovation plan of the whole banana stem
  14. 14.       Base line survey (Cooperative) Training on Business plan/ Action Plan (SFDBL) Orientation training relating to importance of banana farming (DADO+Cooperative) Training relating to the pickles making. Paper, basket (Department of Cottage and Small Enterprises) biogas (Alternative Energy Promotion Centre) Training on the market linkage (Cooperative+SFDBL+NACCFL)
  15. 15.     Economic: Procasur prize money, SKBBL, Material needed: Tools and machine (Department of Cottage and Small Enterprises), leaflets, Human resources: Trained manpower Cooperative: Loan and other related advise
  16. 16.         Easy available of raw material Suitable geographical location for the banana farming Easy market access Low capital investment Highly skilled labor is not required Easily available agriculturist through DADO and small enterprises training/trainer through the department of cottage and small enterprises, AEPC, Financial Institution (SFDBL) Paper making machine established by cooperative Market linkage through cooperative
  17. 17. Tentative budget sheet S.N Particular Slot Days No of participa nt Cost (NRs*) 1 2 Baseline survey Orientation training on the importance of Banana cultivation 2 1 2 1 2 25 30,000 20,000 3 Training on the production of the pickles 1 1 25 40,000 4 Training on the production of the papers 1 1 25 40,000 5 Training on the production of the basket 1 1 25 40,000 6 1 1 10 10,000 7 Training on the business plan (Cooperative level) Orientation on the market linkage 1 1 25 20,000 8 Training on the biogas/Organic manure 1 1 25 40,000 9 10 Exposure visit Impact Study 1 1 25 40,000 10,000 Grand Total Cost Sharing: Procasur: 69% SFDBL: 31% 290,000
  18. 18. Time frame S.N Particulars 1 Baseline survey 2 Training on the business plan 3 Orientation training on the importance of Banana cultivation Orientation on the market linkage 4 5 6 7 8 9 Field Based Practical Training on the production of the papers Field Based Practical Training on the production of the basket Field Based Practical Training on the production of the pickles Training on the production of the biogas/ organic manure Impact study Note: I: first four month (Jan-April) II: second four month (May-August) III: third four month (Nov- Dec) I II III