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Project Components



Major Sub-Component

Major Work component

Preparatory Work


Survey and mapping of project area

Approximately 7,023 km2 (forest land: 4,357 km2)

Demarcation of JFM area

400 hamlets/groups of hamlets

Socio-economic baseline survey

500 hamlets/groups of hamlets (400 hamlets/groups of hamlets+ 100 control hamlets for the comparison of cases with and without project)

Strengthening of Implementing Organization


Construction of PMU / NTFP Centre of Excellence building

4500 m2

Construction of DMU buildings

2,000 m2 (250 m2 x 8 DMUs)

Construction of RMU buildings

4,500 m2 (150 m2 x 30 RMUs)

Construction of residential quarters (DMU)

1,600 m2 (200 m2 x 8 DMUs)

Construction of residential quarters (RMU)

3,600 m2 (120 m2 x 30 RMUs)


4WD x 6 (PMU), 4WD x 24 (DMU and RMU), Motorcycle x 66 (RMU)

Training for Implementing Organization


Analysis of  Training needs Trainings, Study tours, Annual review seminars etc.

6,500 person days

Special Package for 16 Regrouped Villages (RGV)


Forest resource augmentation

A R- 300 ha , Bamboo and cane -400 ha), ANR*-1,300 ha

Community infrastructure development

Bamboo housing (2,100 units), Primary health care centres (11 units), Vocational training centres for JFM (960 m2 or 60m2 x 16), etc.

CCFC satellite IGA activities

16 clusters

Soil and water conservation works

Constrn. Of 80 check dams

JFM Community Development


Community organisation

400 hamlets/groups of hamlets/JFMCs

Entry point activity

12,000 m2 of vocational training centres for JFM (60 m2 x 200 JFMC), 10 km of footpath

Livelihood development of shifting cultivators

At least 40 JFMCs, 175 SHGs (13 clusters)*

Livelihood development of JFM villages

Maximum 360 JFMCs, 1,250 SHGs and 36 clusters*

Soil and water conservation works

400 large embankments, 1,600 medium embankments


400 JFMCs, 1,250 SHGs, 49 clusters

Forest Rehabilitation through JFM



400 JFMCs

Central nursery

Improvement (12) and new establishment (8)

Artificial Regeneration (AR)

27,500 ha (mixed plantations: 14,200 ha, bamboo direct sowing: 8,400 ha, bamboo seedlings: 4,900 ha)*

Aided Natural Regeneration (ANR)

16,800 ha (Muli and other bamboos: 8,300 ha, mixed: 8,500 ha)*

Conversion of mono-culture plantations

6,700 ha*

Rubber plantations

2,100 ha*

Central timber depots

7 units (one each for DMU except Trishna)

Farm Forestry


Seedling production and dispersal

Seedlings equivalent to 4,700 ha*



Establishment of People’s Decentralized Nurseries




100 permanent village nurseries


NTFP Centre of Excellence (NCE)



Project envisages construction of 16,200 m2 of floor area of both office and residential accommodation.


Car x 6, bus x 1, pickup truck x 1, 3 wheeler x 2, trolley x 1

Research and production

Bamboo arboretum (5 ha), rattan arboretum (5 ha), bamboo & rattan gene bank (10 ha)*

Community Common Facility Centre (CCFC)

6 units (490 SHGs)

Training and extension

From Year II to Year VIII.


Biodiversity Conservation


Ecotourism development

3 sites

Biodiversity research, inventory, protected area management

Entire state

Community reserves

5,000 ha with 40 EDCs*

Monitoring and Evaluation


Physical impact assessment

All plantation areas (58,400 ha), farm forestry areas (4,700 ha) & Agro forestry areas (5,300 ha), soil and water conservation works

Phase-Out/In Activity


Creation of JFMC/SHG Federation

7 federations (one per Division) and 1 state-level federation

Consulting Services


Engagement of Consultants

93 M/M of international consultants and 203 M/M of national consultants

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