SCA to TSP Funds/Article 275 (1)

Progress under SCA to TSP in old JTDP villages

Scheme: Pig farming for ensuring livelihood security among the scheduled tribes in JTDS area

Activities under the scheme:

  1. 650 Members of the SHG formed by tribal women have been selected
  2. 130 Shelter for livestock has been constructed and 400 pigs have been distributed.
  3. Exposure visit has been carried out for the beneficiaries regarding the scientific techniques of pig rearing in Birsa Agricultural university
  4. KGVK has been engaged for providing technical support

Amount allocated: Rs. 1,47,34,000/-; Total Expenditure: Rs. 1,25,20,000/-

Scheme: Setting up of Agro processing Micro Enterprise Unit & Training with SHG in IFAD Supported Village:

“Birsa Uddyamita Kendra” – A micro enterprise centre has been established in 74 villages of JTDP area which is having place for settin     g up micro-enterprise with machines for Huller, grinding de-husking etc along with a platform for drying the agricultural and non timber forest produces.

Scheme: Livelihood Prototype Scheme for implementation under JTDS/JTDP (IFAD Assisted) covered area

Sub-scheme under the scheme:

  1. Land & Water Management
  • Approximately 179 villages have been selected for the physical work and around 2500 household would get benefit from the activities.
  • Total 250 irrigation ponds have been constructed in 179 villages.
  • 264 irrigation pumps have been distributed among the beneficiaries in collaboration with ATMA (Ag. Deptt)
  • Constructions of around 100 irrigation ponds have been under progress and many more in planning stage.
  • Training on improved agricultural practices has been done in the project villages with help of “Indian grameen Service”.
  • After joining of new staffs formation of GSPEC is in full swing.

 

  1. Homestead Poultry

Activities under the scheme:

  1. Total 750 beneficiaries have been selected from the member of SHG formed by Tribal women
  2. Construction work in 150 no of shelter has been completed 1470 poultry birds have been distributed
  3. BAIF has been engaged for providing the necessary technical support in homestead poultry

Amount Allocated: Rs.67, 04,000/-; Total Expenditure: Rs. 49, 48,840/-

  1. Goat Rearing

Activities under the scheme:

  1. Total 520 beneficiaries have been selected from the member of SHG formed by Tribal women
  2. Construction work of 104 no of goat shelter has been completed 54 goats have been distributed
  3. BAIF has been providing the necessary technical support in Goat rearing

Amount Allocated: Rs.87,28,000/-; Total Expenditure: Rs. 59,92,630/-