INDEX Context Community and Livelihoods DBI Project Area Achievements Innovations Difficulties Overcoming Strategie...
CONTEXT₪ Koraput district is featured with rugged hills with intermontane valleys. Theelevation of hilly terrain ranges fr...
KORAPUT South-Eastern region of Orissa. Contiguous to main land of Eastern Ghats. Scattered, sharp, isolated hills with...
Communityand Livelihoods₪ 82% families live Below Poverty Line in Koraput District.₪ In Koraput district, 61% people belon...
DBIPROJECT AREA 10 schemes in 9 villages. 90% tribal communities. Total command area: 186.28 ha Total beneficiaries: 4...
DETAILS OF DBI SCHEMES:Villages Command area(ha)Beneficiaries Length of PVCpipe lineUpper Barabandh 9.16 51 1050Kasuguda 7...
ACHIEVEMENTSYear No ofSchemesHouseholdsbenefitedAcresirrigated inRainySeasonAcresirrigated inWinterseasonAcresirrigated in...
INNOVATIONS VIs taking initiative on Catchment protection andrestricting Podu On field training to Para-workers on Plumb...
DIFFICULTIES To ground benefit sharing mechanism for all To convince for organic farming High input cost of cultivation...
OVERCOMING STRATEGIES Ensuring communal ownership and management Cluster level issue based interaction and learningworks...
SUGGESTIONS Should transcend beyond irrigation and meet other needssuch as drinking water and domestic use. Some feature...
OBSERVED RESULTS Better land and water management. Assured irrigation for Rabi and Summer crops. Increase in vegetables...
Fes koraput
Fes koraput
Fes koraput
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  1. 1. INDEX Context Community and Livelihoods DBI Project Area Achievements Innovations Difficulties Overcoming Strategies Observed Reasults
  2. 2. CONTEXT₪ Koraput district is featured with rugged hills with intermontane valleys. Theelevation of hilly terrain ranges from 900 to 1672 mt above msl.₪ The district has only 31% of TGA under Net sown area and 24% of TGA is underforest area with a very low forest cover, 4% TGA is under shifting Cultivation.₪ Heavy degradation of Kolab catchments threatening agriculture basedlivelihoods
  3. 3. KORAPUT South-Eastern region of Orissa. Contiguous to main land of Eastern Ghats. Scattered, sharp, isolated hills with thin forest cover. Several perennial streams. Main rivers: Kolab, Machkund, Indravati, Vansadhara &Nagabali. Rainfall: 1567.2 mm with 83.9 rainy days.
  4. 4. Communityand Livelihoods₪ 82% families live Below Poverty Line in Koraput District.₪ In Koraput district, 61% people belong to ST and SC community.₪ In the project area ST % ranges from 74 to 96, and that of SC % remainswithin 4 to 16 of total population. Cultivators-50% Agri.laborers-27%.₪ In the project area 20-25% income comes from Shifting cultivation andlivestock ( ruminants), 50-55% from agriculture and agri labour, 4 to 8%from Forest and tree produce and the rest income is from wage labour
  5. 5. DBIPROJECT AREA 10 schemes in 9 villages. 90% tribal communities. Total command area: 186.28 ha Total beneficiaries: 428 Total length of pipe line: 12,100 mt Total cost of the project (Excluding Admn): Rs.32.16lakhs Cost per ha: Rs. 17260
  6. 6. DETAILS OF DBI SCHEMES:Villages Command area(ha)Beneficiaries Length of PVCpipe lineUpper Barabandh 9.16 51 1050Kasuguda 7.04 14 -Bhitarkota 12.15 24 1200Kanti(Godagandhi)16.07 56 1800Kanti (Jalaguda) 12.13 65 1050Thuriya 21.13 62 1100Karanjaguda 32.27 72 1200Taupadar 40.61 32 2200Dumuriguda 25.36 38 1500Khejrakotta 10.36 14 1000TOTAL 186.28 428
  7. 7. ACHIEVEMENTSYear No ofSchemesHouseholdsbenefitedAcresirrigated inRainySeasonAcresirrigated inWinterseasonAcresirrigated inSummerseason2011-12 10 428 186.28 135.48 85.56Crops(Before)Brinjal, Carrot, Beans, Cabbage, Radish, Leafy Vegetable, Potato,Tomato, MilletCrops(After)Brinjal, Carrot, Beans, Cabbage, Radish, Leafy Vegetable, Potato,Tomato, Millet Coriander, Wheat, Maize, Paddy, Green Pea, CowPea(Jhudanga), Ladies Finger, Groundnut, Cauli-lower, Mustard)
  8. 8. INNOVATIONS VIs taking initiative on Catchment protection andrestricting Podu On field training to Para-workers on Plumbing work Inclusion of poor through share cropping Encouraging Organic farming for sustainableagriculture Leveraging from MGNREGS for land development
  9. 9. DIFFICULTIES To ground benefit sharing mechanism for all To convince for organic farming High input cost of cultivation Irregularities in banking procedurals Convincing for Podu regulation To consider as a village asset when it is less inclusive
  10. 10. OVERCOMING STRATEGIES Ensuring communal ownership and management Cluster level issue based interaction and learningworkshop Exposure visit to best practice areas Orientation by Resource Person Use of traditional variety seeds Encouraging Vermicompost Seeding and Plantation in the catchment
  11. 11. SUGGESTIONS Should transcend beyond irrigation and meet other needssuch as drinking water and domestic use. Some features must target in developing land. Community contribution for better management andownership of the assets. Some components exclusively for landless. Should emphasize catchment protection. Convergence for financial inclusion and supply chainmanagement
  12. 12. OBSERVED RESULTS Better land and water management. Assured irrigation for Rabi and Summer crops. Increase in vegetables and pulses crops. Increase in household income. Strengthening of village institution. Shifting of labour force from catchment to commandarea and catchment protection. Optimum use of land in the command area

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