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A Small Dose of Pesticide – 2/29/04 EFFORT-CROPLIFE FARMERS TRAINING ON RESPONSIBLE USE AND SECURE STORAGE OF PESTICIDES.

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1 A Small Dose of Pesticide – 2/29/04 EFFORT-CROPLIFE FARMERS TRAINING ON RESPONSIBLE USE AND SECURE STORAGE OF PESTICIDES

2 Project launching Establishment of Project office and Field office Staff appointment Selection of Master trainers- 45 MTs Selection of operational area for PY-I - Adoni mandal: 43 villages - Yemmiganur: 15 villages Baseline survey and Identification of Direct & Indirect farmers - Direct farmers: Indirect farmers: Preparation of village wise Direct & Indirect farmers list Preparation of Training modules

3 TOT workshops for Master trainers Finalization & Printing of Training modules Preparation of training schedules Identification of training venues Orientation classes to Master trainers Identification of Farmer Training Groups - Total No. of FTGs: 177 ( West cluster:92; East: 85 ) Conducting Farmer training classes Development of farmer mobilization strategy - Training team - Mobilization team Development of farmer to farmers training strategy through pamphlets Special training classes to cover absentees

4  Continued all the project activities  TOT workshop to Master trainers on the remaining themes  Field visits  Village meetings  Preparation of village profiles  Preparation and finalization of remaining training modules  Development of posters  Wall writings  Personal protection equipment  (Storage boxes) 

5  Preparation of training schedules  Farmer mobilization strategy  Farmer to farmer training strategy  Exploring the reasons for absence  Special trainings to cover the absentees

6 Training schedules Master trainers FTG wise Module wise Key in facilitating the trainings in large scale Cushion period for each module will be used in case of postponements Ex: Training Schedule_VI.xlsxTraining Schedule_VI.xlsx

7 Farmer mobilization strategy Mobilization team Training team FTG trainings Master trainers

8 Farmer to farmers training Indirect farmer-1 Indirect farmer-2 Direct farmer Indirect farmer-3 Indirect farmer-4 Pamphlets Key resource for Direct farmers to train Indirect farmers Pamphlets consists of précised information of each training module

9 Exploring the reasons for absenteeism Mobilization team enquires through personal interactions Few Reasons identified.. - Farming practices - Heavy rains - Unavoidable personal works - Physical stress However… Increased level of farmer participation is identified

10 Covering the absentees Exploring the reasons for absenteeism List out all the absentees in a village A separate training class is planned and organized for all absentees from all FTGs in a village If still find absentees… (Very few) - Personal interactions - Door to door - Pamphlets

11 Module wise training details

12 Farmer participation levels

13  Understanding the training modules - Special orientation on each module  Farmer participation in the trainings - Special team for mobilization  Rains in the training time - Identified indoor venues  Unavoidable postponements of trainings - Cushion period in the training schedule  Gap in farmer to farmers trainings - Development of pamphlets for each module

14 Monitoring plan Project coordinator Planning Report Administration Field visits Field coordinator( East Cluster) Field coordinator( West Cluster) Field visits Reports Field visits Reports Training team Mobilization team Training team Mobilization team

15 A CHIEVEMENTS Identified 58 villages for PY-1 activities Appointed full pledged and qualified Project staff Very good rapport is created with farmers as well all the related sections of the people farmers identified in which 5077 are Direct and are Indirect farmers Developed 13 training modules under 4 main themes Master trainers are fully trained on the training modules Training modules are printed with all the necessary tools 5000 Direct farmers are grouped in to 177 Training groups covering all the villages to facilitate the trainings 1 st theme trainings are successfully completed where there is 88% of farmers participated Developed various strategies to achieve the project objectives

16 Note: General Includes Door to Door Campaigns, Mass Meetings, School Children Rallies, Focus Group Discussions, Wall Writings, and Posters SL NO. THEMES MODULE NOs. APR 2010 MAY 2010 JUN 2010 JUL 2010 AUG 2010 SEP 2010 OCT 2010 NOV 2010 DEC RESPONSIBLE USE 1 √√ 2 √√ 3 √√ 4 √ 5 √ 6 2SECURE STORAGE 7 √ 8 √ 9 √ 3PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT 10 √ 11 √ 4FIRST AID 12 √ 13 √ 5GENERAL* √√√√ 6TOT √√ Time frame for PY- I

17 PY - II completed Baseline survey Identified farmers in Yemmiganur and Pedda kadabur mandals. Identified 5170 Direct and Indirect farmers Considered women farmers as well under Indirect farmers Submitted all the data to BIRDS

18 The way forward Door to door campaign Cultural campaigns Focus group discussions School children campaigns Mass meetings Video documentation

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