INTEGRATED TRIBAL Development ProgramME

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National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), Bangalore

Total Budget

314.54 Lakhs

Project Period

February 2011 to March 2017

Number of Tribal Families covered

844 tribal families

Project Area

The project area consists of cluster of 12 villages in two taluks of Tumkur District, i.e.

a) Tumkur taluk – Bellavi & Kora Hoblis and

b) Sira taluk – Kallambella hobli, the villages namely

1) Doddaveeranahalli

2) Sorekunte 

3) Chikkaseebi

4) Hosamallanahalli

5) Kolalukunte

6) Kempadalihalli

7) Saluparahalli

8) Haldodderi

9) Venkatapura

10) Jodidevarahalli

11) Sheebi Agrahara

12) Dodda Sheebi

Project Summary

Objectives

  • Provide livelihood through the promotion of Agri- Horti- forestry
  • To increase agricultural productivity through the promotion of appropriate technologies like tree-based farming, sustainable agriculture, and adopting water harvesting technologies.
  • To improve the socio-economic condition of women and other socially challenged sections.
  • To reduce migration.

Strategy

  • WADI Concept
  • Effective utilization of available land, water and manpower resources for the development of poor families.
  • Enrich fertility of soil through suitable land treatment.
  • Increase in agricultural production through sustainable agricultural practices and efficacy in water management techniques.
  • Promotion of local institutions by conducting a series of training and seminars to tribals.
  • Empowerment of women in mainstream activities by creating awareness and incorporating appropriate training for women.
  • Promotion of income generation activities for landless families.
  • Ensure alternative income to the people through the promotion of dry land horticulture and multipurpose agri-forestry species.

Project Outputs

  • 686 acre of land belonging to 722 tribal families in project villages has been brought under tree based farming system with the incorporation of fruit species like mango, cashew, tamarind and forestry species all along the field bunds.
  • There are 550 wadi plots have been developed so far in the project area. Forestry species planted include-silver oak, teak, casurina, glyricidia, Melia Dubia etc. Fodder species like Stylosanthes hemata and fodder trees on the field bunds. Effective community participation, capacity building and regular monitoring process has resulted in successful development of agro-horti-forestry models in most backward villages of the taluk.

 

Sl. No

Villages

Target

 

Achievement

% Achievement

Families

Acres

Families

Acres

1

Doddaveeranahalli

75

61.75

76

61.0

101.33

2

Sorekunte

41

37

32

30.5

78.05

3

Chikkaseebi

63

58.25

55

52.5

87.30

4

Hosamallanahalli

66

66

63

63.0

95.45

5

Kolalakunte

24

23

20

16.0

83.33

6

Kempadalihalli

24

23

16

15.25

66.67

7

Saluparahalli

122

121.5

140

138.0

114.75

8

Haldodderi

91

87

82

80.25

90.11

9

Venkatapura

17

17.5

19

17.0

111.76

10

Jodidevarahalli

92

91.5

92

91.5

100.00

11

Seebi Agrahara

65

65

40

38.0

61.54

12

Doddaseebi

42

41.5

40

39.5

95.24

 

Total

722

686.25

675

642.5

90.46

 

Soil & Moisture Conservation:  20246 CMT of TCB works have been completed which helps in crop cultivation including orchard plots under rainfed condition by retaining runoff water and reduces soil erosion.

Water Resource Development:  Water Tanker – 1 no, Cement rings – 556 plots, Pitcher Irrigation – 400 plots, Check dam – 1 no

 

Loan Component:  Rs. 18.50 Lakhs of loan has provided to the project beneficiaries and repayment was 100%.

 

Micro-entrepreneurship Development Program for landless:

  • we have provided 22 dairy development activity i.e. two mulch animals (C.B. cow/buffalo) and 33 sheep rearing activity to improve family income through livestock based activities. Almost all the families have the multiplied the units are observed.
  • Four petty business shops for physically disabled persons.

S.N

Training (Trade)

No. of days

No. of persons

1

Driving (LMV)

30

6

2

Computer Training

90

7

3

Mobile repair/ Electrical works

7

2

Skill cum Entrepreneurship Development Program (SEDP):

Animal Health Camps:

There are 11 animal health camps are conducted covering 12 villages in collaboration with the veterinary department.  The animals such as  Cows, Goats, SheepsBuffaloess, Bullock etc are treated in the camps.

Community participation and involvement has been ensured with the formation of 58 self help groups and 53 Participant Groups, 12 Village Planning Committee and one Cluster Cooperative Society. Regular trainings and exposure visits were organized for these groups. All these  groups have started savings and credit activities. 35 SHGs and 7 PGs are linked to NABFINS micro-credit program.

Under the health activities, support was provided for the construction of improved chullas, clean kitchen and establishment of kitchen/herbal gardens. So for, 16 families have constructed improved chullas, 18 families have established kitchen herbal gardens and 26 families have supported for clean kitchen.

 

Impact / Outcome

  •  Assured sustainable eco-friendly income generating activity for development of poor families.
  • Reduced soil erosion and fertilizer loss through suitable land treatment.
  • Enhancement in the agriculture production through improved agriculture practices and efficient water management by adopting suitable techniques.
  • Reduction in migration.
  • Increase employment opportunities.
  • Mixed cropping practices
  • Species Varity increased in crops and other vegetation
  • Other low in out and supplementary activities such as insitu composting insitu biomass production and fodder production are practiced by the families.
  • Additional income through livestock management for participant family.
  • Group managed enterprises gainfully function in the project villages.
  • Systems ensured for managing the common properties and other resources created by community and development process continuously initiated.

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