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All the programs will be implemented in the following selected blocks in three districts in the State of Chhattisgarh:
 

District 

Blocks

1. Sarguja 

 Kusmi, Shankargarh, Lundra, Udaipur, Mainpat

2. Jashpur 

 Patthalgaon, Bagicha, Manora

3. Raigarh 

 Dharmjaigarh, Tamnar(New Area)


 The programs will be implemented in two phases-

  • The first phase is called the pilot phase of approximately three years, during which the program activities has been undertaken 114 natural villages

  • The second phase will be a scaling up phase of about five years, which will complete the Program outreach in 750 natural villages of the Program Area with about fifty one thousand beneficiaries.

  • Total villages selected in pilot phase and scaling up phase are given below :-


In Pilot Phase:-
District Block MWS NV Total HHS
Surguja  1.Kusmi 4 16 1365
 2.Shankargarh 4 13 1326
 3.Lundra 2 6 787
 4.Udaipur 4 17 1453
 5.Mainpat 4 17 1283
Jashpur  1.Patthalgaon 2 9 597
 2.Manora 1 4 316
 3.Bagicha 4 15 1504
Raigarh  1.Dharmjaigarh 16 21 1841

Total  

31 114 10472


Scaling Up Phase:-

District Block Units NV Total HHS
Surguja  1.Kusmi 02 18 1452
 2.Shankargarh 02 18 1245
 3.Lundra 07 61 8262
 4.Udaipur 05 24 1626
 5.Mainpat 04 24 1824
Jashpur  1.Patthalgaon 06 38 6337
 2.Manora 06 35 2029
 3.Bagicha 04 23 1848
Raigarh  1.Dharmjaigarh 09 57 7488
 2.Tamnar 04 17 2164

Total  

48 315 34272


Total no. of villages covered under the programme(Pilot Phase+Scaling up Villages):- 
District
(Surguja
,
Jashpur,and Raigarh)
Total
Block
Total
MWS/UNIT
Total
RVs
Total
NVs
Total
Area
(ha.)
Total
Population
Total
House
hold
Total FNGOs
Pilot phase Total 9 31 72 114 19892 49052 10472 17
Scaling up phase Total
(First Phase)
+1 48 202 315 151115 155352 32111 48
Grant Total 10 79 274 429 171007 204404 42583 65
 

The activities of the TDS to empower tribal villages can be broadly categorized  into two basic categories-
 

A. GRASS-ROOT EMPOWERMENT AND TECHNICAL CAPACITY BUILDING COMPONENT
 
Notification and Empowerment of the GS, Tribal population, especially women and other marginal groups, through awareness raising on Tribals and women's rights, and specifically as under:
 


 Explaining project concept to villagers

  • Broad based awareness-creation on tribal rights, as espoused by the Panchayati Raj Legislation and on Gender & Equity issues.

  • Legal and managerial strengthening training shall be conducted in  all villages, through orientation training in legal literacy, program planning, implementation and management.

  • A legal defense fund shall be set up to assist the tribal population in defending its rights.
     

Details of Women participation in Gram Sabha:-
 

Notification of the Gram Sabha:-
Women Participation percentage in Gram Sabha District
Unit
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
Pilot Phase Scaling up Phase
Surguja 15% 35% 55% 70% 70% 20%
Patthalgoan 15% 27% 50% 70% 75% 30%


Details of Programme Executives formed:-

 

Programme Executive Committee:-
Phase President Secretary Member
Pilot Phase Female Male Female Male Female Male
99 15 12 102 883 903
Scaling up Phase 147 167 150 164 2498 2526
 

B. LIVELIHOOD SYSTEMS ENHANCEMENT COMPONENT

 
1.
Land and water management:

    Enhancing land productivity and checking land erosion.
 
  • Establishment of land & water management fund at Gram Sabha level for land and water conservation measures, irrigation technologies, potable water supply, access tracks, rural roads.

Details of Watershed Development Sub Committees formed.:-

 Watershed Development Sub-Committee:-

 
 
Phase President Secretary Member
Pilot Phase Female
Unit
Male Female Male Female Male
59 55 39 75 487 514
Scaling up Phase 78 236 97 217 735 1149

 

Technology generation through Farmer's Field Schools (FFSs). Support to formal research institutions and state agricultural universities for adaptive research projects requested  by Progbeneficiaries during the FFS.

2. Community Based Forest Management System:

Promoting community based Forest Management  so as to ensure forest development in keeping with needs of the community and establishment of Community Forest Management Fund (CFMF) therefore:


Collection of NTFP by tribes

  • Establishment of nurseries and on-site nursery research. Provision of group farm forestry activities including the establishment of trees, bamboo, medicinal plants and sisal plants.

  • Support to the processing and marketing of NTFPs (Non-Timber  Forest Products) including action research/studies.

  • Inputs, credit, and technical support shall be provided for the establishment of agro-forestry plots.

 

Details of women participation in Community Forest Management Committee :-

Phase President Secretary Member
Pilot Phase Female Male Female Male Female Male
77 37 47 67 419 671
Scaling up Phase 23 41 38 26 214 226

 

Details of area treated and plants planted by Community Forest Management Committee :-

Dist. Unit Name Micro water-shed Sanctioned amount (in lacs) Natural Village Area To be Covered (in Ha.) Area Treated No. of Planted Species
Ambikapur Semra 0.692 Semra, 78.56 48.44 19000
Semratala 37.4 23.5 27000
Kamari 0.209 Silfili 32.0 30.0 12000
Gumga   Gumga 10.00 10.00 8500
Salhi   Deurpara salhi 2.4 2.4 5500
Sahanpur 0.534 Sahanpur 12.5 12.5 5000
Ghanghari 13.6 13.6 15000
Patthalgaon Khardhodhi 0.329 Kherkhori Para 21.95 21.95 38000
Juna Para 60.34 60.34 134000
Bhadiya 0.216 Bhadiya 5.75 5.75 456
Dumartoli 8.00 8.00 3500
Semartoli 20.17 20.17 2072
Belwar 5.35 5.35 463
Total 1.98   309.62 261.6 213500
 

3. Livestock Production Improvement:

  • Support to livestock production improvement through Village Animal Health Program.

  • Development of fodder Program to increase the nutritional status of animals.

  • Action research in  Fodder and breeding and a small fund to pay for vaccinations through camps.

  • Training of village workers in animal husbandry, provision of First-aid kits to provide animal health services in villages.


                     Goat Rearing

Details of Livestock vaccinated:-

     Pilot phase :-
District unit Block MW NV Input from Project Vaccinated Animals Treated Livestock
Ambikapur 5 18 65 Vaccines, medicine 25434  

8765

Patthalgoan 4 13 47

-do- 

21566  

9836

 
     Scaling up phase :-
District unit Block Unit NV Input from Project Vaccinated Animals Treated Livestock
Ambikapur 5 20 147 Vaccines, medicine 3087

1876

Patthalgoan 5 28 69

-do- 

2896

1654

 

   

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