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Project Components
 

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Major Work component

Preparatory Work

0

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

0

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)

Vehicles

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

Training for Implementing Organization

0

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

6,500 person days

Special Package for 16 Regrouped Villages (RGV)

0

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

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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

Training

400 JFMCs, 1,250 SHGs, 49 clusters

Forest Rehabilitation through JFM

0

Micro-planning

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

0

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)

0

Building

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

Vehicles

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

0

Ecotourism development

3 sites

Biodiversity research, inventory, protected area management

Entire state

Community reserves

5,000 ha with 40 EDCs*

Monitoring and Evaluation

0

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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