Environmental management for sustainable rural livelihoods
1 / 29

Environmental Management for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

  • Uploaded on

Environmental Management for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods. Environment Management Framework for Poverty Alleviation Projects. Projects.

I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Environmental Management for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods' - arista

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Environmental management for sustainable rural livelihoods

Environmental Management for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods

Environment Management Framework for Poverty Alleviation Projects


  • Providing environment management support to the State Government’s initiatives supported by World Bank to enable rural poor to improve their livelihoods through their own organizations

  • CEE is Environment Agency for

    • Indira Kranthi Patham (Andhra Pradesh District Poverty Initiatives Project - APDPIP and Andhra Pradesh Rural Poverty Reduction Project APRPRP)

    • Vazhndhu Kaatuvom (Tamil Nadu Empowerment and Poverty Reduction Project - TNEPRP)

In other states
In other states…

  • Developed Environment Management Framework (EMF) for Bihar Rural Livelihoods Project (BRLP)

  • Conducted Environment Audit and Supervisions for Chhattisgarh District Poverty reduction Programme (CDPRP) and Rajasthan District Poverty Initiatives Project (RDPIP)

Environment management framework emf
Environment Management Framework (EMF)

  • Objectives:

    • To ensure that neither the livelihoods of the poor nor the environment are compromised

    • Explore possibilities of making efforts to improve livelihoods as well as conservation of the environment complimentary so that there are sustained benefits from the development activities initiated

    • To promote eco friendly livelihood activities

Components of emf
Components of EMF

  • Environmental Assessment (EA) : Process of identifying any negative impact of livelihood activity on local natural resources and suggesting alternatives

  • Proactive Interventions: Encouraging activities having complimentary relationship with environment

Environmental management for sustainable rural livelihoods

Proposal for livelihood activity by the community

CEE provides training for District Office

Screening by District Office

CEE developed material and tools for assessment and provided training

Level Decision

Level 0

Level 1

Level 2

CEE provided training and material for ERG

Assessment by Environmental Resource Group (ERG)

Proposal can be sanctioned

Assessment by AT

Monitoring by CEE and convergence with line departments during the monitoring visits and follow up


Environmental assessment ea
Environmental Assessment (EA)

Components of EA:

  • Capacity building

  • EA Tools for livelihood activities

  • IEC Materials

  • Monitoring (Supervision Visit)

Capacity building at state level

For Project functionaries:

Trainings for the DPMU staff and Environment Resource Group (ERG) Members,

Main trainings

Refresher trainings

Capacity building at State level

Capacity building at district level
Capacity Building at District level

  • Community: Community Resource Persons (CRPs), Zilla Samaikya (ZS) members, Manadal Samaikya (MS) members, Village Organization (VO) members, Beneficiaries

    • Facilitation during main trainings for CRPs

    • During supervision visits to ZS, MS, VO and beneficiaries

    • Training Area Coordinators (ACs) during supervision visit

Environmental assessment tools
Environmental Assessment Tools

  • Checks the compliance of the proposed activity with the World Bank safeguard policies and relevant rules and regulations of Government

  • Identifies the common practices and suggests alternatives wherever required

  • Developed for different kinds of activities and for different use groups

Parts of an ea tool
Parts of an EA Tool

  • Over view of the tool

    • Natural resource – Impact

    • Impact – Mitigation Measures

    • Indicators for Mitigation Measures

    • Available support for mitigation measures

  • Levels of Assessment

  • Dos and don’ts

  • Details of Mitigation Measures

For indira kranthi patham andhra pradesh
For Indira Kranthi Patham – Andhra Pradesh

Handbooks on proactive agricultural technologies or practices

  • Cropping Systems

  • Soil and Water Conservation

  • Organic Nutrient Management

  • Non Chemical Pest management

Community awareness materials
Community awareness materials

  • A set of 10 posters on process of EMF and issues in most common livelihoods and mitigation measures

Flip charts
Flip charts

  • Four flip charts on themes

    • Livestock and environment

    • Non Chemical Pest Management (NPM)

    • Drought

    • Integrated Nutrient Management (INM)

Environmental management for sustainable rural livelihoods

Documentation of best practices followed by the beneficiaries as tradition

Recording of best practices during the supervision visits

Sakthi Parignanalu: This book gives information about proactive energy technology, their benefits and limitation along with the cost and suppliers

Bio mass Energy

Improved stoves, Improved Brick kiln, Improved Pottery Kiln, Lime Kiln, etc

Solar Energy

Solar cookers, dryers, pump sets ,etc

Handbook on proactive energy technologies

Documentation of Best Practices

Environmental management for sustainable rural livelihoods

News letter – Haritha Velugu beneficiaries as tradition

  • Documents

  • District Baseline Report

  • Environmental Monitor Report

Material for vazhndhu kaatuvom tamil nadu empowerment and poverty reduction project tneprp
Material for Vazhndhu Kaatuvom (Tamil Nadu Empowerment and Poverty Reduction Project - TNEPRP


  • A manual on Environment Management Framework (EMF)

  • A manual on Content and Methodology for training for EMF

    Hand books:

  • Eco friendly livelihood activities

  • Environment management of livestock activities

  • Energy efficient technologies for rural areas

    Flip charts:

  • Livestock and environment

  • Small scale industries

  • Water and sanitation


  • A set of 10 posters on Environment Management Framework

Supervision Poverty Reduction Project - TNEPRP

Supervision methodology
Supervision methodology Poverty Reduction Project - TNEPRP

  • Desk review to check if EA process is being integrated or not.

    • Minimum 50 subprojects randomly selected and checked per district per every six months.

  • Field visits to check if measures are being implemented or not and to get updated on the type of activities, issues etc.

    • 15 sub projects of various activities are selected to check the implementation of the EMF per district once every six months

Convergence with government departments
Convergence with Government Departments Poverty Reduction Project - TNEPRP

  • Linkage with the Govt. departments for possible convergence and technical support & training

  • Documenting the relevant Govt schemes Facilitating VO resolution

  • Establishing a committee responsible for follow up

Environmental management for sustainable rural livelihoods
Beneficiaries interacting with Project Director for further support for implementation of alternatives suggested by CEE

Feed back
Feed back support for implementation of alternatives suggested by CEE

To the DPMU: In the form of report

To the VOs/MS: Report in the form

of poster

Few out comes at guntur district
Few out comes. …. support for implementation of alternatives suggested by CEE at Guntur District

Water facility nearthe shed

Financial support for shed construction

Permanentecontainer for fodder

Fencing for sheep in front of the shed

Shed construction for sheep with proper place and ventilation

Fodder development grass and trees
Fodder Development – Grass and Trees support for implementation of alternatives suggested by CEE

Fodder development at Community level

Subabul Tress raised around the Shed

Fodder development at individual level

Sri cultivation at ibrahimpatnam
SRI cultivation at Ibrahimpatnam support for implementation of alternatives suggested by CEE

Non Chemical Pest Management Practices

Thank you
Thank you support for implementation of alternatives suggested by CEE