Presentation on theme: "SUSTAINABLE LIVLIHOOD"— Presentation transcript:
1SUSTAINABLE LIVLIHOOD RCDFDPIPSUSTAINABLE LIVLIHOODA livelihood comprises the capabilities, assets (including both material and social resources) and activities required for a means of living. A livelihood is sustainable when it can cope with and recover from stresses and shocks and maintains or enhances its capabilities and assets both now and in the future, while not undermining the natural resource base
210 % AREA (3.4 LAC SQ KMS) OF THE COUNTRY RCDFDPIPRAJASTHAN STATE PROFILE10 % AREA (3.4 LAC SQ KMS) OF THE COUNTRYPOPULATION5 % (5.6 CR.) OF THE COUNTRY60 % AREA COVERED BY DESERT1 % OF TOTAL SURFACE WATER RESOURCESLARGEST STATE
38 % OF NATIONAL TOTAL. CATTLE WEALTH RCDF 51 LAC CATTLE DPIP CATTLE WEALTHMILCH BOVINES –51 LAC CATTLE52 LAC BUFFALOS.8 % OF NATIONAL TOTAL.MAJOR BREEDS :CATTLE : RATHI, GIR, THARPARKAR, KANKREJ, NAGAURIBUFFALO : MURRAH, MEHASANA, SURTI.
4MILK PRODUCTION RCDF DPIP MILK PRODUCTIONESTIMATED PRODUCTION ( ) 221 LAC KG/DAYESTMATED SURPLUS – 88 LAC KG / DAYCONTRIBUTES 9% OF TOTAL PRODUCTION OF INDIA.PER CAPITA AVAILABILITY 360 GMS. (NATIONAL 220 GMS)
5DPIP RCDF Organise rural poor, there capacity building and empowerment ActivitiesIncome generatingLand basedSocial infrastructureSocial services
6SOME FACTS RCDF Income generating Activity 77 % of all activities DPIPSOME FACTSIncome generating Activity 77 % of all activitiesLive stock 66 % of income generating ActivitiesDairy 55% of Live stock Activities
7Transforming Rural Economy Through Partnership WB-DPIP-RCDF
16Implementation Modus Operandi RCDFDPIPImplementation Modus OperandiMilk Union1.PRA, PLA &CIG formation4.Sub project approval &TrainingDPM2.CIG approval5.Fund release to CIGCIG3.Sub project formation6.Sub project implementation
17Dairy Sub Project RCDF DPIP Capabilities Asset Activity CBO (CIG ) formationSHG workingSkill trainingInformed choice of activityAssetDairy Package2 high quality milch cattle per member and a breeding bull per villageCattle shedChaff cutterWorking capital supportMilk collection center equipmentActivityAssured market linkage through DCSTechnical input ( animal health, breeding, cattle feed & fodder) availability at DCSFinancial support for automation of milk collection centre90% subsidy in DCS registration fee for BPL CIG members
18Dairy Sub Project RCDF DPIP Sustainability- Stresses & Shocks Insurance support for cattleSaras Suraksha Kawach: Life insurance for CIG memberEnhancement & Organizational DevelopmentCIG linkage/ conversion into DCSBank linkages for further financial requirementsDovetailing with other Dairy development & welfare scheme
19Advantage of Dairy Co-operative Society RCDFDPIPAdvantage of Dairy Co-operative SocietyAssured marketing linkage.Availability of Technical Inputs (no loss no profit basis)Animal Health CareVeterinaryMedicineVaccinationDewormingBalanced Cattle Feed.Mineral mixture.Urea molasses Lick Bricks.
20Advantage of Dairy Co-operative Society RCDFDPIPAdvantage of Dairy Co-operative SocietyBreeding facilities : -NaturalA.I.Fodder seed distributionInsuranceSaras Suraksha Kawach for milk producers/CIG members.Unique Insurance coverage to the CIG member in which RCDF, MilkUnion and DCS contributes the premium.Cattle InsuranceSkill up-gradation opportunity time to time, throughout life.
21Added Advantage RCDF DPIP Regular Bonus distribution to DCS members. D.C.S pays additional price difference to milk producersfrom its own profit.Milk Union also pays price difference by its own profit toD.C.S.Equal opportunity to participate / become elected member/Chairman of D.C.S. / Dairy Union ManagementCommittee through co-operative setup.Enjoy all Co-operative rights at par with D.C.S members.
22Business Profitability RCDFDPIPBusiness ProfitabilityAdditional income of Rs. 1,400-1,600 per month to each CIG memberPayback period: yearsInternal rate of return: 30%Profitability index: 2.4 DF of 10%)
23Investment & Return RCDF DPIP No. of groups 3,500 Investment Rs. 210 crTotal milk production6 lakh litres/dayQuantity of marketablemilk quantity4 lakh litres/dayPayment to producersRs 44 lakh/day
24Impact Of The Intervention RCDFDPIP1Economic Impact3,500 CIG linkages with milk cooperative procurement and marketing systemA rise of Rs 1,400-1,600 per month in income levels of CIG members2,500 dairy CIGs working as SHGsRs 2.3 crore savings by dairy CIGsImpact Of The Intervention
25Impact Of The Intervention RCDFDPIP2Social ImpactImproved socio-economic statusParticipation in cooperative set-up and decision-makingOpportunity for leadershipParticipation in local governmentLinkage with other schemesEffect on health and education, especially the girl childNutritional intakeImpact Of The Intervention
29Sub-Project RCDF Av time taken for preparation 15 Days DPIPSub-ProjectAv time taken for preparation DaysAv time taken for sanction DaysAv time taken for group contribution DaysAv time taken in transfer of funds DaysAv time taken for acquisitionof assets Days
30% of groups earning a net income % group linked to the market 75 RCDFDPIPCIG performance% of groups earning a net incomeRs or more per month 43Rs per month 33Rs per month 24% group linked to the market
31RCDF % Member lost assets Through sale 0.20 % Through death 2.50 % DPIP% Member lost assetsThrough sale %Through death %InsuranceNo. of groups insuredNo. of claims filedNo. of claims disbursed (65%)
32Capacity Building of CIG RCDFDPIPCapacity Building of CIGOrientation training 66 %Skill Building training 87 %VFA training %
33RCDFDPIPResults so far…..Av Kg per day Milk procurement from DPIP Dairy CIG.Av Rs 3.85 Lac PD payment to Dairy CIG members.
34RCDF Success Stories CIG District Specialty Ram Ji Dausa Gita DPIPSuccess StoriesCIGDistrictSpecialtyRam JiDausaDCS, Income Rs 25000/- PM, Saving Rs1.9 LacGitaRajsamandDCS, Women, Income Rs 29000/-PM, Saving Rs 62000, IL Rs 36000KishoreBaranDCS, Income Rs 29000/- PM, Saving Rs 60000, IL 35000Jai Santoshi MaDholpurWomen, Income Rs 30000/- PM, Saving Rs 32000/-, IL 15000KhushbuTonkCIG chairman elected as Chairman DCS, Income Rs 17000/- PM
35Lesson learnt RCDF Group dynamics - SHG pattern working DPIPLesson learntGroup dynamics - SHG pattern workingCluster approachPartner role, support &responsibilityInfrastructure availabilityInput supportMilch Cattle induction
36What Next RCDF District Mapping DPIPWhat NextDistrict MappingIdentification of Required InterventionDistrict Plan & StrategyAlignment with Natural Resource Base
37RCDFDPIPVision 2007Increased procurement by 50,000 litres per district per day in all DPIP districts1,500 of functional & profitable DCS (20 per cent of RCDF total DCS)