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sustainable livlihood

RCDF

DPIP

SUSTAINABLE LIVLIHOOD

A livelihood comprises the capabilities, assets (including both material and social resources) and activities required for a means of living. A livelihood is sustainable when it can cope with and recover from stresses and shocks and maintains or enhances its capabilities and assets both now and in the future, while not undermining the natural resource base

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RCDF

DPIP

LARGEST STATE

  • 10 % AREA (3.4 LAC SQ KMS) OF THE COUNTRY

60 % AREA COVERED BY DESERT

1 % OF TOTAL SURFACE WATER RESOURCES

POPULATION

5 %(5.6 CR.) OF THE COUNTRY

RAJASTHAN STATE PROFILE

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RCDF

DPIP

CATTLE WEALTH

  • MILCH BOVINES –
  • 51LAC CATTLE
  • 52 LAC BUFFALOS.
  • 8 % OF NATIONAL TOTAL.
  • MAJOR BREEDS :
  • CATTLE : RATHI, GIR, THARPARKAR, KANKREJ, NAGAURI
  • BUFFALO : MURRAH, MEHASANA, SURTI.
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RCDF

DPIP

MILK PRODUCTION

  • ESTIMATED PRODUCTION (2003-04) 221 LAC KG/DAY
  • ESTMATED SURPLUS – 88 LAC KG / DAY
  • CONTRIBUTES9% OF TOTAL PRODUCTION OF INDIA.
  • PER CAPITA AVAILABILITY 360 GMS. (NATIONAL 220 GMS)
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RCDF

DPIP

DPIP
  • Organise rural poor, there capacity building and empowerment
  • Activities
          • Income generating
          • Land based
          • Social infrastructure
          • Social services
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RCDF

DPIP

SOME FACTS

Income generating Activity77 % of all activities

Live stock 66 % of income generating Activities

Dairy 55%of Live stock Activities

rajasthan cooperative dairy federation ltd jaipur

RCDF

DPIP

  • Milk procurement & marketing

No. 1 in North India

  • Avg. milk procurement (2006-07)

15.54 lakh litres/day

  • Avg. milk marketing (within Rajasthan)

12.62 lakh litres/day

  • Avg. milk marketing (outside Rajasthan)

1.12 lakh litres/day

  • Registered dairy cooperative societies (DCS)

9,050

  • Registered members

6.15 lakh

  • Registered women DCS

2,595

  • Registered women members

1.55 lakh

  • Payment to producers (2004-05)

Rs. 616 crore

Rajasthan Cooperative Dairy Federation Ltd., Jaipur

www.sarasmilkfed.coop

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RCDF

DPIP

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

FEDERATION

(PLANNING, MONITORING, MARKETING)

UNION

(MILK PROCESSINGA & INPUT SERVICES)

DCS

(PROCUREMENT & INPUT SERVICES AT MICRO LEVEL)

infrastructure

RCDF

DPIP

INFRASTRUCTURE

MILK PLANTS 14 (13.45 LAC LT/DAY)

MILK CHILLING CENTERS 15 (3.30 LAC LT/ DAY)

MILK POWDER PLANT 7 ( 60 MT PER DAY)

UHT PLANTS 1 (50 TH LT/ DAY)

CATTLE FEED PLANTS 4 (600 MT / DAY)

FODDER SEED PRODUCTION

FARMS 3

FROZEN SEMEN BANK 1

EXOTIC NUCLEUS FARMS 1

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RCDF

DPIP

PRODUCT RANGE

MILK

MILK PRODUCTS

CATTLE FEED

rcdf partnership under dpip

RCDF

DPIP

RCDF partnership under DPIP
  • Promotion of Dairy Activity as an income generating activity for the rural poor on commercial viable lines with assured backward and forward linkages
dpip districts and concern milk unions

RCDF

DPIP

DPIP Districts and Concern Milk Unions

Milk union DPIP districts

Bharatpur Dholpur

Churu Churu

Jaipur Dausa

Kota Baran & Jhalawar

Swaimadhopur Tonk

Udaipur Rajasmand

Bikaner Dungargarh

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RCDF

DPIP

Role
  • RCDF is working as facilitator & monitor and milk unions are implementer for the project
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RCDF

DPIP

Work flow

Activity identification &

CIG formation

Subproject formation

DPIP orientation

Approval & fund release

training

Skill training

Asset

I Milch cattle & bull induction

Production grant, chaff cutter, dairy equipment

VFA, secretary training

Marketing linkage

II nd cattle induction

& DCS membership

implementation modus operandi

RCDF

DPIP

Milk Union

1.PRA, PLA &CIG formation

4.Sub project approval &

Training

DPM

2.CIG approval

5.Fund release to CIG

CIG

3.Sub project formation

6.Sub project implementation

Implementation Modus Operandi
dairy sub project

RCDF

DPIP

Dairy Sub Project
  • Capabilities
    • CBO (CIG ) formation
    • SHG working
    • Skill training
    • Informed choice of activity
  • Asset
    • Dairy Package
        • 2 high quality milch cattle per member and a breeding bull per village
        • Cattle shed
        • Chaff cutter
        • Working capital support
        • Milk collection center equipment
  • Activity
    • Assured market linkage through DCS
    • Technical input ( animal health, breeding, cattle feed & fodder) availability at DCS
    • Financial support for automation of milk collection centre
    • 90% subsidy in DCS registration fee for BPL CIG members
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RCDF

DPIP

Dairy Sub Project

  • Sustainability- Stresses & Shocks
    • Insurance support for cattle
    • Saras Suraksha Kawach: Life insurance for CIG member
  • Enhancement & Organizational Development
    • CIG linkage/ conversion into DCS
    • Bank linkages for further financial requirements
    • Dovetailing with other Dairy development & welfare scheme
advantage of dairy co operative society

RCDF

DPIP

Advantage of Dairy Co-operative Society

Assured marketing linkage.

Availability of Technical Inputs (no loss no profit basis)

Animal Health Care

Veterinary

Medicine

Vaccination

Deworming

Balanced Cattle Feed.

Mineral mixture.

Urea molasses Lick Bricks.

advantage of dairy co operative society1

RCDF

DPIP

Advantage of Dairy Co-operative Society

Breeding facilities : -

Natural

A.I.

Fodder seed distribution

Insurance

Saras Suraksha Kawach for milk producers/CIG members.

Unique Insurance coverage to the CIG member in which RCDF, Milk

Union and DCS contributes the premium.

Cattle Insurance

Skill up-gradation opportunity time to time, throughout life.

added advantage

RCDF

DPIP

Added Advantage

Regular Bonus distribution to DCS members.

D.C.S pays additional price difference to milk producers

from its own profit.

Milk Union also pays price difference by its own profit to

D.C.S.

Equal opportunity to participate / become elected member/

Chairman of D.C.S. / Dairy Union Management

Committee through co-operative setup.

Enjoy all Co-operative rights at par with D.C.S members.

business profitability

RCDF

DPIP

Business Profitability
  • Additional income of Rs. 1,400-1,600 per month to each CIG member
  • Payback period: 2.5-3 years
  • Internal rate of return: 30%
  • Profitability index: 2.4 (@ DF of 10%)
impact of the intervention

RCDF

DPIP

Impact Of The Intervention

Economic Impact

  • 3,500 CIG linkages with milk cooperative procurement and marketing system
  • A rise of Rs 1,400-1,600 per month in income levels of CIG members
  • 2,500 dairy CIGs working as SHGs
  • Rs 2.3 crore savings by dairy CIGs

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impact of the intervention1

RCDF

DPIP

Impact Of The Intervention

2

Social Impact

  • Improved socio-economic status
  • Participation in cooperative set-up and decision-making
  • Opportunity for leadership
  • Participation in local government
  • Linkage with other schemes
  • Effect on health and education, especially the girl child
  • Nutritional intake
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RCDF

DPIP

  • IDDP
  • CMP
  • Bulk Milk Cooler
  • IL& FS

Dovetail

progress

RCDF

DPIP

Progress
  • Dairy CIG formed 1701
  • CIG subproject sanctioned 1485
  • CIG fund released 1289
  • Asset acquisition

First cattle 1199

Second cattle 524

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RCDF

DPIP

Sub-Project

  • Av time taken for preparation 15 Days
  • Av time taken for sanction 15 Days
  • Av time taken for group contribution 60 Days
  • Av time taken in transfer of funds 45 Days
  • Av time taken for acquisition
  • of assets 30 Days
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RCDF

DPIP

CIG performance

% of groups earning a net income

  • Rs. 15000 or more per month 43
  • Rs. 10000-15000 per month 33
  • Rs. 5000-10000 per month 24
  • % group linked to the market75
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RCDF

DPIP

% Member lost assets

  • Through sale 0.20 %
  • Through death 2.50 %
  • Insurance
  • No. of groups insured 1199
  • No. of claims filed 501
  • No. of claims disbursed 326 (65%)
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RCDF

DPIP

Capacity Building of CIG

  • Orientation training 66 %
  • Skill Building training 87 %
  • VFA training 38 %
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RCDF

DPIP

  • Av 35000 Kg per day Milk procurement from DPIP Dairy CIG.
  • Av Rs 3.85 Lac PD payment to Dairy CIG members.

Results so far…..

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RCDF

DPIP

Success Stories

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RCDF

DPIP

  • Group dynamics - SHG pattern working
  • Cluster approach
  • Partner role, support &

responsibility

  • Infrastructure availability
  • Input support
  • Milch Cattle induction

Lesson learnt

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RCDF

DPIP

  • District Mapping
  • Identification of Required Intervention
  • District Plan & Strategy
  • Alignment with Natural Resource Base

What Next

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RCDF

DPIP

  • Increased procurement by 50,000 litres per district per day in all DPIP districts
  • 1,500 of functional & profitable DCS (20 per cent of RCDF total DCS)

Vision 2007

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