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JEEV i KA Initiatives For achieving Food Security. SRI. SWI. Government of Bihar. PROJECT DETAILS. Name of the Project : BIHAR RURAL LIVELIHOODS PROJECT (JEEV i KA) Implementing Agency : BIHAR RURAL LIVELIHOODS PROMOTION SOCIETY (BRLPS)

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JEEViKA Initiatives

For achieving Food Security

SRI

SWI

Government of Bihar

Government of Bihar

project details
PROJECT DETAILS

Name of the Project : BIHAR RURAL LIVELIHOODS PROJECT (JEEViKA)

Implementing Agency : BIHAR RURAL LIVELIHOODS PROMOTION SOCIETY (BRLPS)

Department : FINANCE DEPARTMENT, GOVT. OF BIHAR

Project Duration : 5 YEARS

Project Launched : 2ND OCTOBER 2007

Finance Assistance : $ 112 MILLION (504 CRORE)

(96 + 13 + 3)

Government of Bihar

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JEEViKA

POVERTY ERADICATION

led by RURAL WOMEN

Income enhancement through

sustainable livelihoods –

Farm & Non-Farm Sectors

Socio-economic empowerment of Rural poor households in Bihar

Access to social protection including food security & absorption of health shocks

Self managed & financially

sustainable

community institutions

Government of Bihar

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Community Institutions Architecture

  • EC- 2 from each VO, 5 OB
  • Support VO
  • Secure linkages with Govt line dept, Fin Inst, markets etc
  • Audit of groups
  • Micro Finance Functions

BLF

  • EC- 2 from each SHG, 5 OB
  • Strengthening of SHGs
  • Appraisal and disbursement of CIF
  • Social Action
  • Inclusion of POP
  • Appraisal and management of Community Cadre.

CBLF

VO

-

2

  • Weekly Thrift and Credit activity
  • Monitoring group activity
  • Group level poverty reduction plan
  • Development of family investment plan (Micro Plan)

SHG

PG

Government of Bihar

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Approaches and Strategies

  • “Participatory Identification of Poor”
  • “Saturation” approach.
  • Use of “Community Cadre” for scaling up.
  • High investment on “Capacity Building”.
  • “Community Livelihoods Fund” managed by women
    • Food Security Fund
    • Health Risk Fund
  • Focussed intervention in Agriculture - “SCI - SRI, SWI & PVSP”-
    • In-situ Food Security
    • Growth Engine for coming out of poverty
  • “Convergence & Linkages”with Government Programmes, banks, etc.

Government of Bihar

community institutions at a glance march 2011
Community Institutions at a Glance (March 2011)
  • No of revenue villages covered : 1969
  • No of SHGs formation : 32563/27913
  • No of HH part of SHGs : 389468
  • No of VO formed : 1880/1561
  • No of Community Cadre : 8142
  • Total Savings (Rs. in Crore) : 23.16
  • Total Inter loaning (Rs. in Crore) : 52.47
  • ICF disbursed (Rs. in Crore) : 117
  • Bank Linkage (Rs. in Crore) : 60.78

Government of Bihar

innovative agriculture interventions
INNOVATIVE AGRICULTURE INTERVENTIONS
  • The focus is on Productivity enhancement methodologies
    • System of Crop Intensification (SCI)
        • System of Rice Intensification (SRI)
        • System of Wheat Intensification (SWI)
        • System of Pulses Intensification (SPI)
        • System of Oilseed Intensification (SOI)
        • System of Vegetable Intensification (SVI)
      • Participatory Varietal Selection & Promotion (PVSP) – A process of seed selection & production
      • Community Managed Sustainable Agriculture (CMSA)– ZBNF & NPM

Government of Bihar

community institutional architecture working arrangement
Community Institutional Architecture & working arrangement
  • A livelihoods committee (LC) at the village Organisation level
  • Follows agriculture centric micro-planning process
  • VO identifies and hires Village Resource Person (VRPs)
  • VRP handholds the poor & marginal farmers and reports to the Livelihoods Committee
  • VRP monitoring & learning – VRP Register
  • Each VRP is responsible for an average 50 farmers
  • The payment of Service charge to VRPs is done by VO
  • Payment is based on category of farmers i.e. SC/ST, BC/EBC, GC - Own land, leased land etc.

Government of Bihar

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DESIGNING OF SERVICE CHARGE FOR VRPs

  • SC/ST HHs + Lease Land = 35/- per HH per month
  • SC/ST HHs + Own Land = 30/- per HH per month
  • BC/EBC HHs + Lease/Own Land=25/- per HH per month
  • GC HHs + Lease / Own Land = 20/- per HH per month

SERVICE CHARGE DESIGN OBJECTIVES

  • To cover more nos. of landless farmers who lease land & improve productivity to attain food security & bringing more land under the fold of SWI / SRI to improve productivity

Government of Bihar

progress in sri
PROGRESS IN SRI

SRI

SWI

10368 tons of additional paddy produced amounting to 10.36 crore

Government of Bihar

SYSTEM OF ROOT INTENSIFICATION IN TOMATO & RAPESEED

progress of swi
PROGRESS of SWI

10401 tons of additional wheat produced amounting to 10.4 crore

Government of Bihar

progress of spi soi
PROGRESS of SPI & SOI

Government of Bihar

progress of svi
PROGRESS of SVI

Government of Bihar

output
OUTPUT
  • Agriculture Department, Govt. of Bihar is implementing
    • SRI in 3.5 Lakh hectares in this Kharif-2011
    • SWI in 4.8 Lakh hectares in this Rabi 2011-12

Government of Bihar

key lessons
KEY LESSONS
  • Network of strong grass root institutions is a pre-requisite
  • Financial Inclusion
  • Community owned extension mechanism
  • Best practising farmers become the best trainers
  • End to end handholding necessary for promoting sustainable livelihoods intervention
  • Scaling up is faster from small to big farmers

Government of Bihar

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GOAL
  • Hunger free Bihar
  • Food Security for all
  • End of Poverty

Government of Bihar

4/2/2014