Extension MECHANISM ( AGRI-ALLIED ACTIVITIES):ACCESSING RESOURCES …
Mission & vision…2MissionWorking with and for the poor towards securedand sustainable livelihoods.VisionEnsured access to ...
FOCUS…DIRECT-IMPLEMENTATION• NRM ACTIVITIES• THROUGH SHGs/FARMER GROUPSRESEARCH• ON SRI• ON SALINITY & WATERLOGGINGPOLICYA...
STRATEGIC PARTNERS…DIRECT-IMPLEMENTATION• PRI IN ALL LEVELS• LINE DEPTS. OF GoWB• SDTT• NABARDRESEARCH• SIR DORABJI TATA T...
Implementation Approach…SRI AS AN ENTRY POINT…• KNOWING THE COMMUNITY• PURSUING THE SCALEMAPPING THE RESOURCES…• RESOURCE ...
OPERATIONAL AREA (Hill & Delta)TWODISTS.FIVEBLOCKS
Extension Agriculture… Only funding from NABARD for the last delta(Bali)-rest remained un supported from anydonor Carrie...
Ag-Dept. extended more support…. Common meeting betweenPRASARI-ADA-PRI on SRIup-scaling Dept. deputed two of itsstaffs f...
Extension Animal Husbandries… Livestock Dept. supportedvaccines for all goats in 5GPs Community paid thevaccine costs an...
Extension Fishery… 470 families followingproper package ofpractice All practicing families arelinked to quality supplier...
Extension five square model;MGNREGS Standardized the design Lots of Arguments betweenPRASARI Engineers andBlock Engineer...
To Summarize… SRI LEVERAGE FROM BGREI FROM GoWB: for1000 farmers (Courtesy Dept. of Ag) LIVESTOCK VACCINATIONS FOR ALL I...
RESEARCH…• BCKV-ONSTATION• ACF-ON FARM• WATER HARVESTING• PREVENTINGSALINITY ANDWATERLOGGING13WHENFARMERSARERESEARCHERS..
ASPECTS (ON STATION &FARM…YEAR SEASONASPECT NO OFFARMERSCONSISTENCY2011 KHARIFBASELINE-SRI14+142011-12RAVI WEEDNUTRIENTWAT...
1.91t/haSUBMERGENCELOSS OF ONLYGROP (as high70%)NOMINALSECOND CROPSINGLECROP-RICE+1 acre av. landHIGHRAINFALLIN JULY(753mm...
WHS AS A SOLUTION FOR WESTBENGAL (FAO of UN)…16WHS IN WESTERNZONE HARVESTINGRUNOFF RECHARGINGGROUNDWATERWHS IN COASTAL Z...
WHS & LANDSHAPING TREATMENTS…….17SCHEMATICIDEA…
Addressing (submergence) Waterlogging…..19Water Depth,(15 Days interval)-2012Date Pond Field Outside30th,july 2012 3ft. * ...
Addressing Soil Salinity…..20Soil Salinity and pH-2012Bund Field OutsideDate Salinity PH Level Salinity PH Level Salinity ...
21Investment and expected return from the five square model for 33 decimal1 RAIN-SEASON AREA(SQ.FT)WATERREQD.Investment (R...
22How Food Label Reference Values (DV)Compare to theNutritional Recommendations for ChildrenNutrient DVNutrient Recommenda...
Are we producing to address the Nutrient Needof families (Mother and child)? We have just initiated to work towards that…...
24SRI & VEG• CARBOHYDRATE• VITAMIN & FIBERFISH• PROTEIN• CALCIUMANIMAL HUSBANDURY• PROTEIN• FATWHEREWEINTERVENE?
POLICY ADVOCACY…25AG-WATERSOLUTIONSFORSMALLHOLDERS’CONSULTATION• 750 STAKEHOLDERS ;9 WORKSHOPS• 250 EXTENSION OFFICERS AND...
Livelihoodzonemap26CONTRIBUTORS…FARMERSState governmentstakeholdersPrivate donorsState UniversitiesICARGlobal invest...
DECISSION MAKING… GoWB AMMENDED GROUND WATER ACT-2005 ANDRECOGNIZED THE PROJECT’S CONTRIBUTION INWRITING.. SMALL HOLDERS...
28THANK YOU…
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  • You can talk about PRI collaboration here as well. In the picture down most that can be linked as PRI collaboration.
  • Weak root system is due to less aeration. Delayed transplantation results in less panicle due to fall in temperature.
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    1. 1. Extension MECHANISM ( AGRI-ALLIED ACTIVITIES):ACCESSING RESOURCES …
    2. 2. Mission & vision…2MissionWorking with and for the poor towards securedand sustainable livelihoods.VisionEnsured access to the services for secured andsustainable livelihoods for the poor, especially thewomen, to lead dignified life.
    3. 3. FOCUS…DIRECT-IMPLEMENTATION• NRM ACTIVITIES• THROUGH SHGs/FARMER GROUPSRESEARCH• ON SRI• ON SALINITY & WATERLOGGINGPOLICYADVOCACY• GoWB• PLANNING COMMISSION OF INDIA3
    4. 4. STRATEGIC PARTNERS…DIRECT-IMPLEMENTATION• PRI IN ALL LEVELS• LINE DEPTS. OF GoWB• SDTT• NABARDRESEARCH• SIR DORABJI TATA TRUST• BCKV• AMBUJA CEMENT FOUNDATIONPOLICYADVOCACY• FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OFUNITED NATIONS• INTERNATIONAL WATER MANAGEMENTINSTITUTE• BANGLAR SRI4GOVT&PRIVATE
    5. 5. Implementation Approach…SRI AS AN ENTRY POINT…• KNOWING THE COMMUNITY• PURSUING THE SCALEMAPPING THE RESOURCES…• RESOURCE MAPS ON REVENUE SHEETS• OWNERSHIP AND LANDUSE ON TRACINGLIVELIHOODS PLANNING EXERCISE• NURTURING TARGET SHGs• ANNUAL PLAN FOR THE FAMILY5MAPPINGISATOOLHELPSSHGsTOPLAN
    6. 6. OPERATIONAL AREA (Hill & Delta)TWODISTS.FIVEBLOCKS
    7. 7. Extension Agriculture… Only funding from NABARD for the last delta(Bali)-rest remained un supported from anydonor Carried on SRI-Promotion with villagersthrough SHGs and beyond in Gosaba (S24) Mal& Nagrakata (Jalpaiguri) Registration with Rs.30/- for seed,Treatmentand weeder maintenance Reached out 3800 farmers (560 underNABARD) Kept on updating the Ag-Dept. 90% of the vegetable mini-kit for Nagrakata andGosaba handed over to PRASARI for SHGs;covered 450 families on 4500 decimals7
    8. 8. Ag-Dept. extended more support…. Common meeting betweenPRASARI-ADA-PRI on SRIup-scaling Dept. deputed two of itsstaffs for disease-pestmanagement training forPRASARI farmers(SRI+Veg) ADA transferred BGREIentire kit of the Block toPRASARI for 1000 farmersalong with phases oftrainings by Dept. tofarmers on field Jointly organized kissanmela for 14 GPs of Gosaba8
    9. 9. Extension Animal Husbandries… Livestock Dept. supportedvaccines for all goats in 5GPs Community paid thevaccine costs and carryingcosts (which are not free) NO PPR this year for goat Chickens, pigs and cowsare vaccinated completely9
    10. 10. Extension Fishery… 470 families followingproper package ofpractice All practicing families arelinked to quality suppliersof fry and purchasedcollectively Feeding fish is now ahabit Demand generated forsupply of feed and fry to ascale Fishery Extension Officertrained 90 families andwishes to work together10
    11. 11. Extension five square model;MGNREGS Standardized the design Lots of Arguments betweenPRASARI Engineers andBlock Engineers on stabilityof slopes: finally couldconvince technically(Courtesy WRDD-GoWB) Model justifying thehypothesis-salinity & waterlogging prevention Leveraged 16 structures in 2GPs amounting 12.9 lakhs-50are in the pipeline Placed to MORD (GOI) forout scaling: Courtesy DeepJoshi Appreciated by FAO of UN-World Bank intends to studythe model11
    12. 12. To Summarize… SRI LEVERAGE FROM BGREI FROM GoWB: for1000 farmers (Courtesy Dept. of Ag) LIVESTOCK VACCINATIONS FOR ALL IN 5 GPS:(Courtesy Dept. of Livestock) 470 FAMILIES UNDER CARP-PRAWN CULTUREWITH PROPER POP (Courtesy SDTT-PALLI demo) 16 FIVE SQUARE MODELS (Courtesy : PRI) 209 VERMI UNITS (Farmers own initiatives) 3800 SRI FAMILIES12INNRMTHEREAREMANYMORE..
    13. 13. RESEARCH…• BCKV-ONSTATION• ACF-ON FARM• WATER HARVESTING• PREVENTINGSALINITY ANDWATERLOGGING13WHENFARMERSARERESEARCHERS..
    14. 14. ASPECTS (ON STATION &FARM…YEAR SEASONASPECT NO OFFARMERSCONSISTENCY2011 KHARIFBASELINE-SRI14+142011-12RAVI WEEDNUTRIENTWATER4+44+46+62012 KHARIFWEED 14+14 2 FARMERSREPLACEDTOTAL3 3 42+42=84 97.6%
    15. 15. 1.91t/haSUBMERGENCELOSS OF ONLYGROP (as high70%)NOMINALSECOND CROPSINGLECROP-RICE+1 acre av. landHIGHRAINFALLIN JULY(753mm)WATER SCARCITY+HIGH SALINITY INSUMMER (50% MORE)FOOD INSECURITY+60% DISTRESSED MIGRATIONRESEARCH ON SALINITY-WATERLOGGING…15 FARMER’S LACK OF FAITH ON NRM-AGRIL. DISTRESSED MIGRATIONBACKGROUND
    16. 16. WHS AS A SOLUTION FOR WESTBENGAL (FAO of UN)…16WHS IN WESTERNZONE HARVESTINGRUNOFF RECHARGINGGROUNDWATERWHS IN COASTAL ZONE HARVESTING RUNOFF RECHARGINGGROUNDWATER? REDUCINGSALINITY REDUCINGWATER LOGGING
    17. 17. WHS & LANDSHAPING TREATMENTS…….17SCHEMATICIDEA…
    18. 18. Addressing (submergence) Waterlogging…..19Water Depth,(15 Days interval)-2012Date Pond Field Outside30th,july 2012 3ft. * *15th,August 4.5 ft. * *31st, August 7ft 2 inch * 4 inch15th, September 11ft. 4 inch 8 inch 2 ft.30th, September 10.5 ft. 6 inch 1 ft 2 inch15th, October 9ft.8 inch 4 inch 8 inch30th, October 9 ft 2 inch 3 inch 7 inch16th,November 8 ft.8 inch 1 inch 2 inch30th, November 8ft, 2inch * *17th, December 8ft * *31st, December 7ft, 11 inch * *15th, January 2013 7ft, 8 inch * *29th January 7ft, 6 inch * *14th February 7ft, 4 inch * *WHATDOESTHETREATMENTDO……
    19. 19. Addressing Soil Salinity…..20Soil Salinity and pH-2012Bund Field OutsideDate Salinity PH Level Salinity PH Level Salinity PH Level(%) (%) (%)July 4 7.5 7.5 7 7.5 6.5August 3.5 7.6 6 7.5 7.5 6September 3 7.8 6 8 6.5 4.5October 2 8 4.5 4.5 5 4.5November 0 5 2 5 4 4December 0 5 3 5 5 5January 1 5 3 5 6 514th February 2 5 4 6 6 5WHATDOESTHETREATMENTDO……
    20. 20. 21Investment and expected return from the five square model for 33 decimal1 RAIN-SEASON AREA(SQ.FT)WATERREQD.Investment (Rs.)RETURN(RS.)AVAILABLE WATERA RICE -SRI(SQ.FT) 10890 0 1000 8437.5 16639B BUND-VEG(OKHRA)1452 0 2400 9600 16639C HIGH-LAND VEG(OKHRA)2800 0 0 166392 FISH (MIXCULTURE)3025 5043 2268.75 5000 115963 POST-KHARIF 11596A MUSTARD-SRI 5724 5724 2000 6181.92 5872B BUND-VEG (bittergourd)1452 1452 1000 5120 4420C HIGH-LAND VEG(cue-cumber)2800 2800 1500 4977.778 16204 SUMMER 1620A BUND-VEG (RIDGEGOURD)1452 1452 750 3840 168TOTAL 16471 10918.75 43157.2RETURNFROMWHS..
    21. 21. 22How Food Label Reference Values (DV)Compare to theNutritional Recommendations for ChildrenNutrient DVNutrient Recommendations by Age (DRI)*2 - 3years4 - 8years9 - 13years14 - 18 yrgirls14 - 18 yrboysProtein (grams) 50 13 19 34 46 52Iron (mg) 18 7 10 8 15 11Calcium (mg) 1,000 500 800 1300 1300 1300Vitamin A (IU) 5000 1000 1333 2000 2333 3000Vitamin C (mg) 60 15 25 45 65 75Fiber (g) 23 14 - 19 19 - 23 23- 28(girls)25- 31(boys)23 31-34Sodium (mg) 2400 1000- 1500 1200- 1900 1500-2200 1500-2300 1500-2300Cholesterol (mg) 300 <300 forover age 2 <300 <300 <300 <300Total Fat (g)** 65 33 - 54(30 -35% ofcalories)39 - 62(25 - 35% ofcalories)62 - 85(25 - 35%calories)55 - 78(25 - 35% calories)61 - 95(25 - 35% ofcalories)Saturated Fat (g)** 20 12 - 16(> age 2 )(<10%calories)16 to 18(<10%calories)girls:18-22boys:20-24(<10%calories)22(<10% calories)24 - 27(<10%calories)Calories*** 2000 1000 -1400(2-3 years)1400-1600 girls:1600-2000boys:1800-22002000 2200- 2400Source:1999 - 2002 Dietary Reference Intakes, Institutes of Medicine2005 Dietary Guidelines©Childrens Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine Last modified: August 14, 2007NUTRIENTREQUIREMENTS
    22. 22. Are we producing to address the Nutrient Needof families (Mother and child)? We have just initiated to work towards that… Looking forward to develop partnership with a coupleof Funding Institutions… We know the sources and availability of nutrients perunit of the relevant produces in the delta…23
    23. 23. 24SRI & VEG• CARBOHYDRATE• VITAMIN & FIBERFISH• PROTEIN• CALCIUMANIMAL HUSBANDURY• PROTEIN• FATWHEREWEINTERVENE?
    24. 24. POLICY ADVOCACY…25AG-WATERSOLUTIONSFORSMALLHOLDERS’CONSULTATION• 750 STAKEHOLDERS ;9 WORKSHOPS• 250 EXTENSION OFFICERS AND DEPT.HEADSDECISSIONMAKING• 3 MEETINGS WITH PLANNING COMMISSION• 2 MEETINGS WITH 4 RELEVANTSECRETARIES& CHIEF SECRETARY GoWBMAPPING• LIVELIHOODS ZONE MAP OF WEST BENGAL• INVESTMENT PLAN FOR WEST BENGAL’SAWM
    25. 25. Livelihoodzonemap26CONTRIBUTORS…FARMERSState governmentstakeholdersPrivate donorsState UniversitiesICARGlobal investorsP.R.I.NGOS
    26. 26. DECISSION MAKING… GoWB AMMENDED GROUND WATER ACT-2005 ANDRECOGNIZED THE PROJECT’S CONTRIBUTION INWRITING.. SMALL HOLDERS’ HAVING FREE ACCESS TO GROUNDWATER USING UPTO 5 HP PUMPS 2ND GREEN REVOLUTION AWAITED… AWM intervention map for WB handed over to GoWB andPlanning Commission of India27
    27. 27. 28THANK YOU…

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