Climate adaptive and resilient livelihood systems for small and marginal farmers associated with agriculture and allied sector.

  

Overall Objective

To develop climate adaptive and resilient livelihood systems through diversification, technology adoption and natural resource management for small and marginal farmers associated with agriculture and allied sector.

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Target Beneficiaries

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Summery

Total No of HHs: 3500 nos (Bankura 1500 nos and Purulia 2000 nos). Total no of Districts: 2 nos (Bankura and Purulia)

Total no of GPs: 9 nos (Bankura 3 nos & Purulia 6 nos). Total no of Mouza Villages: 25 nos (Bankura 12 nos and Purulia 13 nos)

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Selection of Households

Economically backward and facing financial trouble round the year.

Socially backward communities.

Families situated in vulnerable drought prone regions and prone to climate change effects.

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Landless & marginal farmer families.

Women headed households.

 

 

 

 

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Families having mutual understanding and faith, agreeing in giving contribution for any support and mindset for involving in this kind of initiative.

 

 

Intervention and Outcome

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Intervention

Food security and income enhancement are ensured through Ecological restoration and promotion of climate resilient livelihood

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Outcome

Increase in food, nutrition and income security through ecological improvement following climate resilient practices in the respective intervention areas.

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Intervention

Strengthened village institutions are convinced about the sustainability of the techniques and principles of ecological agriculture and take initiative for wider dissemination and adoption of these models

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Outcome

60% of the targeted HHs are practicing ecological agriculture techniques & principles to adopt with climate change impacts

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For any enquiry

Call Us On 033 2442 7311 / 033 2441 1646