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Watershed Development Department Bangalore Welcome KARNATAKA WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT PROJECT -II (KWDP– II) (Sujala – III) Partner Summit 08.10.2013.

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1 Watershed Development Department Bangalore Welcome KARNATAKA WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT PROJECT -II (KWDP– II) (Sujala – III) Partner Summit

2 Watershed Planning Perspective & KWDP II

3 Conservation & Development of Productive Potential of Natural Resource Base

4 Three Decades of Watershed Development DLDBs Hanumanth Report Hariyali Guidelines Sujala Common Guidelines Classical kabbalnala Amlgamation of DLDBs into WDD Various Watershed Programmes IWMP

5 Watershed Planning Focus Shift

6 Sujala Watershed Participation Inclusiveness Equity Transparency Technology Planning & Implementation Gender & Marginalised Sections Both Landed & LAndless Enabling atmoshere MIS & GIS / M&E

7 PNGOWDD PEC PPMU LNGODWDO ZP DLRC DRG UAS-B KSRSAC ISS SNGOs Internal Audit PFMS ISRO-ANTRIX FNGO sWDT SWS AGSHG STATE LEVEL DISTRICT / TALUK LEVEL COMMUNITY LEVEL Institutional Arrangement PRI

8 Private People Public Participation (PPP) Awareness creation Capacity Building Hand holding Watershed Development Department Planning Contribution Implementation Maintenance & management Benefit sharing in CPR Fund management Agriculture and other Research Institutions Public Financial Institutions PRIVATE (NGOs) PEOPLE (CBOs) PUBLIC (Govt.) Facilitator Technical Inputs & Credit Flow

9 Components: Participatory watershed development (74 %) Farming system intensification (5 %) Income generation activities (13 %) Institutional strengthening (8 %) Rs Cr MUSD Components: Participatory Watershed Development (Rs lakh) Diversification from cropping systems to farming systems (Rs.240 lakh) Livelihood support (IGA) to vulnerable section (Rs.2886 lakhs) Project Management and Coordination Rs.852 lakhs Rs Crores Sujala I World Bank Sujala II NABARD DECADE OF SUJALA

10 Issues Watershed Plus Hydrology Saturation Convergence Climate resilient Agriculture Broad Basing Watershed Development What More

11 PROJECT (KWDP II) (Sujala – III) Overview DISTRICTS: Bidar, Gulbarga, Yadgir, Gadag, Koppal, Davanagere, Chamarajanagr MICRO WATERSHEDS : 524 TREATABLE AREA : 2.53 Lakh Ha GPs : 169 PROJECT PERIOD : 2012 – 2018 TOTAL BASE COST : Rs Crores TOTAL PROJECT COST : Rs crores

12 KWDP-II (Sujala III) Developments So far SLCC on External aided Projects approval Meeting with the Chief Secretary and with Development Commissioner to brief the Project Project G.O No. AD164 AML 2011 issued Negotiations between GOK, GOI and World Bank World Bank Board approval Project Credit No.5087 IN SDR 39.6 Million US Dollar Preliminary meeting of Technical Partners to develop draft TORs High level meeting of Project Technical Partners to agree and finalize on TORs Project Agreement & Finance Agreement signed Project became effective I PEC

13 Project Development Objective To demonstrate More effective watershed management through Greater integration of programs related to rainfed agriculture, Innovative & science based approaches, and Strengthened institutions and capacities.

14 Project Priority Programme integration & Convergence R&D Hydrology/Hydrogeology Horticulture Participatory M & E M & E Cell within WDD

15 Project Process Technical support for Planning Process Improved planning Tools Micro-watershed Master Plan for Convergence Capacity building Integration with Agriculture & allied programmes Land treatment & Livelihood under IWMP Additional resources from NREGS NREGS WDD as PIA - RDPR 167 NREGA 2010 Dtd

16 Improved Program Integration in Rainfed Areas (25.8%) Research, Development and Innovation (22.9%) Institutional Strengthening (10.6%) Horticulture (32.2%) Project Management and Coordination (8.5%) Rs crores (85.7 US Million Dollar) Project Components

17 Project Cost ( INR Crores ) COMPONENTGOK 30% Share BANK 70% Share TOTAL Improved Program Integration in Rainfed Areas Research, Development and Innovation Institutional Strengthening Horticulture Project Management and Coordination Total Project Costs (including contingencies)

18 Sl NoDistrictTalukNo of Projects No. Of Gram PanchayatsNo, of MWS Proposed Area for treatment (ha) IWMP - BATCH III 1Bidar Chamrajnagar Davanagere Gadag Gulburga Koppal Yadgir Total IWMP - BATCH IV 1Bidar Chamrajnagar Davanagere Gadag Gulburga Koppal Yadgir Total Proposed Project Watersheds - KWDP-II

19 Components: Participatory watershed development (74.3 %) Farming system intensification (5.2 %) Income generation activities (12.8 %) Institutional strengthening (7.7 %) Rs crores ( US Million Dollor) Components: Participatory Watershed Development (78%) Diversification from cropping systems to farming systems (1.5%) Livelihood support (IGA) to vulnerable section (16%) Project Management and Coordination (5%) Rs Crores Components: Improved Program Integration in Rainfed Areas (25.8%) Research, Development and Innovation (22.9%) Institutional Strengthening (10.6%) Horticulture (32.2%) Project Management and Coordination (8.5%) Rs crores (85.7 US Million Dollar) Sujala I World Bank Sujala II NABARD Sujala III World Bank How the Project is different

20 DEA (GOI) Suggestions To converge Micro irrigation programme To converge Rural load segregation

21 Project Indicators New Science Based Approaches Adopted into watershed operations Improved M&E capability in WDD Incremental changes in Agril Productivity (cereals pulses vegetables) % Micro watersheds with convergence & integration DL operationalised covering all watersheds New Hydrological systems installed & functional Improved capacity of farmers & community

22 Land Treatment Consolidation and withdrawl Livelihood, Prodution Systems and Micro enterprises Project Awareness by NGOS and WDD - Grama sabha - Jathas- Steet PlayWall painting, Brochures & Pamplets Print & Electronic media IWMP CAPACITY BUILDING -S1-S3,U1-U3,E1-E3 Exposure visits, - SATCOM Trainings, EAPs & EDPs. PRA Transact walk EC/WDT / NGO / WDT / CBOs- Data Computerisation Watershed assesment,-Land Resource inventory -Digital Library, Decision Support System R & D, Hydrology Incremental Capacity Building Institutional strenthening WDD-KVKs-RKS's-UAS CBOs-Line Deparments &Institutions - Programme Integration & Convergence -Ground water management -Horticulture Development Improved Planning Process Improved Net plan & DPR, DLC approval -Demonstration -Technology transfer-Value chain/ Value addition Market Linkage CBO Formation SHGs –UGs -ECs MEL & D KWDP - II / IWMP KWDP - II PROCESS DIAGRAM IWMP Best Management practices New Planning Tools Scientific Knowledge base Scietific Knowledge Base - Entry Point Activities with community consultation DWDO- Technical approval - EC Approval Grama Sabha - Social Approval Annual Action Plans

23 Monitoring Mechanisms In house M & E Cell to be developed Third Party Independent M E L Agency Discrete / Concurrent monitoring Impact Assessment Community Web enabled SMS Community monitoring

24 Proposed Project Consortium Partners National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use Planning (NBSSLUP), Indian Institute of Science (IISc.), Bangalore University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad University of Agricultural Sciences, Raichur University of Horticultural Sciences, Bagalkot Karnataka State Remote Sensing Applications Centre (KSRSAC), Bangalore Karnataka State Natural Disaster Management Center (KSNMDC), Bangalore University of Veterinary Sciences, Bidar

25 (Rs in Lakhs) AgencyAssigned subjectValue TOR-1For NBSSLUPImproved Programme Integration In Rainfed Areas TOR-2For KSRSACImproved Programme Integration In Rainfed Areas TOR-3For UAS-BImproved Programme Integration In Rainfed Areas & Hydrological monitoring TOR-4For UAS-DImproved Programme Integration In Rainfed Areas & Hydrological monitoring TOR-5For UAS-RImproved Programme Integration In Rainfed Areas & Hydrological monitoring TOR-6For UHS-BImproved Programme Integration In Rainfed Areas & Hydrological monitoring TOR-7For IIScIntegrated Hydrological Assessment & Monitoring TOR-8Manpower AgencyProviding manpower services TOR-9Lead Training Organization / NGO Facilitating Capacity Building / Training & Documentation and Programme Implementation Supervision are developed Project TORs

26 Project TORs CONTD. TORs under preparation Sl.No.TOR No.Particulars 1.TOR-10KSNDMC 2.TOR-11 Accounting/FMTSC (Financial Management and Technical Support Consultancy) 3.TOR-12ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE (TALLY) 4.TOR-13INTERNAL AUDIT 5.TOR-14TRAINING MODULES 6.TOR-15GIS 7.TOR-16MIS

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