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WelcomeWelcome
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Char Development and Settlement ProjectChar Development and Settlement Project
(CDSP IV)(CDSP IV)
To improve the economic situation and living
condition of the population of the coastal
chars of Bangladesh:
Mainly settle...
 Char land development
 Building on experience from previous
phases
 Participatory approach
 Gender balance
 ICZM: In...
Implementing Partners
 Bangladesh Water Development Board
(BWDB) - Lead Agency
 Ministry of Land (MoL)
 Local Governmen...
Project organisation
Inter Ministerial Steering Committee
Chair: Secretary Ministry of WR
Joint Secretaries of Ministrie...
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CDSP-I
CDSP-III
CDSP-II
CDSP-IV
Map of CDSP I, II, III and IV area
2 Cross dams
(1957/ 1964)
(1000 km2)
LRP, DDP and
EDP...
Overview Map of CDSP IV
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Coverage of Area and Population
Char Area
(Ha)
Estimate (HH) Estimate
(Population)
Char
Nangulia
8,900 12,000 67,000
Noler...
Six Components in CDSP IV
1. Protection from Climate Change
2. Climate Change Resilient Infrastructure
3. Land Settlement ...
Project cost and percentages of
financing
Slab Financer Tk million US$ million Percentage
01 IFAD 3,563 47 58
02 GoN 1,473...
Protection from climate change
and infrastructure development
 BWDB: 65 km Embankments, 6 sluices,
8 closures and 200 km ...
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Land settlement and titling by MoL
 Land allotment in CDSP III: 2,500 households
 Land allotment in CDSP IV: 14,000 hous...
photo
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Livelihood support by DAE
 Strengthening of agricultural extension services
- Formation of Farmers Forums (90)
- Training...
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Livelihood support NGOs
Sub-components (women)
 Group formation for Micro finance and Capacity
building (IGA)
 Health an...
Livelihood support by NGOs
Micro finance and capacity building
Members 26,400
IGA training received 20,000
Savings coll...
Health and Family Planning
Clinics (static and mobile) 13
Patients treated 117,000
ORS distributed 900,000
Contracepti...
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Institutional Development
SL Name of Field Level Institution No.
1 Water Management Groups 25
2 Tube well Users Groups 1,1...
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Gender Balance
 Women take part in discussions during all
meetings and in activities of WMGs
 Membership WMG 50% female
...
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Knowledge Management
4 Kinds of M&E surveys:
RIMS; Base line / Outcome; KAP; PME
Knowledge Management and Communication...
Results and impact
Item CDSP IV RIMS/
Baseline
CDSP IV RIMS/
Outcome 2014
Cropping
intensity (%)
127 162
Production
rate (...
Thanks
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The overall objective of CDSP IV is to improve the economic situation and living condition of the population in the coastal areas of south-eastern Bangladesh with special reference to the poorest segment of the population.

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CDSP IV Presentation

  1. 1. 1 WelcomeWelcome toto Char Development and Settlement ProjectChar Development and Settlement Project (CDSP IV)(CDSP IV)
  2. 2. To improve the economic situation and living condition of the population of the coastal chars of Bangladesh: Mainly settlers who lost their land elsewhere in the region due to erosion Objective of CDSP IV
  3. 3.  Char land development  Building on experience from previous phases  Participatory approach  Gender balance  ICZM: Integrated Coastal Zone Management in a multi-sector approach with the following agencies and organisations as partners: Characteristic Features CDSP
  4. 4. Implementing Partners  Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB) - Lead Agency  Ministry of Land (MoL)  Local Government Engineering Department (LGED)  Department of Public Health Engineering (DPHE)  Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE)  Forest Department (FD)  Four NGOs: BRAC, SDI, DUS and Sagorika
  5. 5. Project organisation Inter Ministerial Steering Committee Chair: Secretary Ministry of WR Joint Secretaries of Ministries; IMED, ERD, PC Member Secretary: PCD Observers: EKN, IFAD, TL TA Project Management Committee (PMC) Chair: PCD 5 PDs of IAs, incl. DC Noakhali (MoL) TL (secretary); DTL NGO
  6. 6. 6 CDSP-I CDSP-III CDSP-II CDSP-IV Map of CDSP I, II, III and IV area 2 Cross dams (1957/ 1964) (1000 km2) LRP, DDP and EDP (from 1977) CDSP I, II, III (1994-2011) Net 21,000 ha Gross 100,000 ha CDSP IV (2011-2017) 30,000 ha Present progress 65%
  7. 7. Overview Map of CDSP IV
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  9. 9. Coverage of Area and Population Char Area (Ha) Estimate (HH) Estimate (Population) Char Nangulia 8,900 12,000 67,000 Noler Char 2,690 6,000 33,000 Caring Char 6,850 6,000 33,000 Char Ziauddin 1,943 2,000 11,000 Urir Char 10,300 2,000 11,000 Total 30,683 28,000 155,000
  10. 10. Six Components in CDSP IV 1. Protection from Climate Change 2. Climate Change Resilient Infrastructure 3. Land Settlement and Titling 4. Livelihood Support 5. Institutional Development 6. Knowledge Management
  11. 11. Project cost and percentages of financing Slab Financer Tk million US$ million Percentage 01 IFAD 3,563 47 58 02 GoN 1,473 20 24 03 GoB 1,022 14 17 04 Beneficiary contribution 62 0.80 1 Total 6,120 82 100
  12. 12. Protection from climate change and infrastructure development  BWDB: 65 km Embankments, 6 sluices, 8 closures and 200 km canals  LGED: 43 Cyclone shelters cum schools, 200 km roads, 7 bridges, 190 culverts, etc.  DPHE: 1,150 Deep tube wells, 24,000 latrines  FD: Foreshore plantation and social forestry
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  31. 31. Land settlement and titling by MoL  Land allotment in CDSP III: 2,500 households  Land allotment in CDSP IV: 14,000 households Process  Information dissemination meeting  PTPS (cadastral mapping)  Publication/ hearing  Government approval  Khatian (land title) preparation and distribution
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  36. 36. Livelihood support by DAE  Strengthening of agricultural extension services - Formation of Farmers Forums (90) - Training, field crop demonstrations, field days - Adoption of HYV & saline tolerant seed - Dissemination of modern technologies incl. IPM  Surveys and monitoring like salinity, yields
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  41. 41. Livelihood support NGOs Sub-components (women)  Group formation for Micro finance and Capacity building (IGA)  Health and Family planning  Water and Sanitation  Homestead Agriculture and Value Chain Dev.  Legal and Human Rights  Disaster Management and Climate change  Fisheries and Poultry & Livestock
  42. 42. Livelihood support by NGOs Micro finance and capacity building Members 26,400 IGA training received 20,000 Savings collected Tk 77 million Loans disbursed Tk 690 million Mainly IGAs in livestock, poultry, fisheries and homestead agriculture
  43. 43. Health and Family Planning Clinics (static and mobile) 13 Patients treated 117,000 ORS distributed 900,000 Contraceptive cycles distributed 220,000 Livelihood support by NGOs
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  48. 48. Institutional Development SL Name of Field Level Institution No. 1 Water Management Groups 25 2 Tube well Users Groups 1,154 3 Farmers Forums 90 4 Social Forestry Groups 630 5 Labor Contracting Societies 42
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  51. 51. Gender Balance  Women take part in discussions during all meetings and in activities of WMGs  Membership WMG 50% female  Membership WMG Management Committees 37% female, also as secretary or cashier  FF/ SFG membership 40% female  NGO credit groups and TUGs female only  Woman and husband jointly get the land title
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  54. 54. Knowledge Management 4 Kinds of M&E surveys: RIMS; Base line / Outcome; KAP; PME Knowledge Management and Communications Training and workshops Feasibility Studies in new chars
  55. 55. Results and impact Item CDSP IV RIMS/ Baseline CDSP IV RIMS/ Outcome 2014 Cropping intensity (%) 127 162 Production rate (Mt/ha) 1,9 3,2 HH Income (Tk/month) 3,100 9,100 HH asset value (Tk/HH) 35,000 99,000 Underweight (weight for age) < 5 yrs 57 43
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