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CARD has been organizing traditional tribal non-tribals also honey hunters into Self Help Groups, upgrade their skills, arranging modern hygienic procurement and processing facilities, and to provide value addition by introducing quality control, packaging, branding, certification and establishing marketing linkages.

The members 22 groups after training in non destructive eco friendly honey harvesting techniques pledged not to destroy honey comb and kill bees. This was further authenticated by the Gram Panchayat. This is where SRTT also provided small support. The average annual sales are of 5 tons, meaning that around Rs 6 lakh is regularly distributed to the members. The organization had concentrated its efforts in 30 selected villages of Ghughari block of Mandla district in the first phase of the activities.

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The objective to empower the local communities to realize their access and entitlements and the successful approaches used were further replicated in the entire block. The major objectives were: To enable the rural communities realize powers of Gram-Sabha to follow a demand-driven development approach.

To empower people for conducting social audit of the development activities for ensuring transparency in the system. To ensure participatory planning and decision making process in the Panchayati Raj System.

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The above objectives are achieved through: This unprecedentented initiative is awaiting further action. One of the driving factors behind the choice of the two states was the prevalent self-reliant co-operative legislation.

The main objective of the project was to establish viable, vibrant, replicable thrift co-operatives of women, and their association, in areas covered by dairy co-operatives. Self Reliant Co-operatives Act, NDDB had decided to withdraw and hand over the task to another agency in the region with a vision to carry forward with innovation for sustenance. The groups were, therefore handed over to CARD- an organisation with strong livelihood experience.

CARD decided to strengthen these groups first by initiating Capacity-building inputs and later on to initiate the Micro Enterprise and Micro Finance activities among these groups.

CARD has formalized some of these groups, in developing linkages with various developmental agencies and also facilitating long term and short term capacity building interventions.

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The Tejaswani rural women empowerment Programme aims at empowering poor women to make use of the economic, social and political opportunities for enhancing their well- beings. Targetting about households in 91 villages in 20 village clusters the programme has already covered over households through SHGs, formed 71 VLCs and opened accounts for groups and savings of more than Rs 25 lakh.

There is strong input of CB through livelihood, vision building, leadership and bank exposure trainings.

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Health, education and gender are the other issues of empowerment. The agriculture development of the district is constrained by the small size of its land holding and therefore, the only approach to agriculture development of the region rests on productivity enhancement of these land holdings.

The issues of farm sector allied activities also need to be addressed in order to meet the objective of agriculture development. There is a need to augment support and extension services for agriculture with the diversification of agricultural practices. With this broad objective in mind the proposal of SDTT supported Mahakaushal region prepared to address farming related livelihoods issues of farmers of Mandla district.

The basic emphasis is on development of scientific and technical facilities and linking the community to them for strengthening livelihood opportunities. Developing a team of progressive farmers, youth and women for developing a methodology for better crop management by adopting FFS principles.

The team will organise number of crop demonstrations on aspects like The First phase of the programme was implemented in 20 villages of 13 Panchayats of Ghughari block covering a population of over eighteen thousand with 15 thousand hectares land. Training of Trainers TOT are organized on basic field course, group organization and regular systems evolved for inputs on critical stages of new crop varieties.

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CARD had conducted 40 FFSs covering demonstrations for farmers in 20 villages, and covered over demonstrations of SRI in paddy during the Kharif season, also constructed two farm ponds and one stop dams. During this period CARD had also progressed in its initiatives of integrated development of tribal communities. Its initiative of empowering women groups under Tejaswani moved conclusively in villages of Ghughari and Mandla blocks. The second phase started from May, based on the results of our demonstrations through the FFS on SRI technology in paddy, which have been astonishing, and the process has now been adopted very well by nearly all the tribal farmers in Ghughari, one of the most backward areas of Mandla district.

A few of them have earned very good profit and want to repeat in future also. They are now our willing partners in FFS and other agriculture technology transfer activities. Rather other farmers who are not our direct beneficiaries are also willing to partner us in future. It seems as if they were craving for proper knowledge and resources leading to development and prosperity. We now have to ensure that the whole region and not a particular cluster start enhanced earnings from agriculture, so that we move towards our vision of a journey towards empowered communities and sustained habitats.

Summary of Program Findings: In all demonstrations were organized for kharif crops; maximum for paddy and maize New varieties were introduced. The impact is clearly seen in the comparative table with output of control plots. The output in the demonstration plot is more than double in paddy, and more than the control plot crops by atleast a fourth in case of all other crops. The total demonstrations during rabi werealmost half being for wheat, followed by vegetables and mixed cropping.

Kodo and gram were also covered with sizable number of beneficiaries. The output in the demonstration plot is double then the control plot in wheat, and slightly more than the control plot crops in case of soybeans and gram. In case of kodon it has reduced output in the demonstration plots compared to control plot. For vegetables it was a new case as the beneficiaries has for the first time grown vegetables.

The targets have largely been achieved with slight variation in output. Only in the case of micro plans the team was asked to stop the activity after 10 micro plans were completed, because it was realized that the output was not of much use.

Overall achievement of the project output and objectives are satisfactory. We feel very good relation with trust. MP has clocked GDP growth of almost 10 per cent over the past four years, with agriculture maintaining over 20 percent growth over the same period. As a result, agriculture is perceived to have reached the potential of its growth, prompting the political leadership to consider developing other sectors in order to maintain the growth momentum.

With this objective in mind, CM Chouhan and his team played host to nearly 5, delegates, from more than 40 countries, on Octoberat GIS Political heavyweights were roped in too: This was not the first time that MP was laying out the red carpet for investors-GIS was the fifth summit of its kind, with earlier editions held in, and GIS began with the state chief secretary, Anthony de Sa, making a presentation on developments in the state.

One takeaway was the new, sector-based approach: More importantly, each industrial area features a mix of industries that are mostly ancillary units catering to bigger units elsewhere in the state. Another takeaway was the focus on integrating new development with existing sectors. While MP already holds pole position in the production of certain agri-commodities, it expects to vertically integrate these by setting up food processing units. The pitch at GIS was based on easily available land and resources.

The state government claimed to have earmarked an industrial land bank,acres in size, an installed capacity of 18, MW, up from 12, MW two years ago, with 4, km of national highways and 10, km of rural roads added or repaired in the past two years.

These plans were matched by sector-specific policies like interest subvention, rebates on land registration, transport reimbursement and entry tax exemptions to investment projects. Doing what he often does during elections - seeking to leverage his personal rapport with folks into public support-CM Chouhan said that industrialists should remember that MP has him as its CM. In turn, the big guns of industry heaped fulsome praise on him: