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2. GRAMYA VIKASH MANCHA(GVM)(A unified platform for progressivecontemplation)Vision: GVM envisages a peaceful, prosperous, egalitarian and exploitation freesociety in every villageMission: GVM exist to empower the rural community particularly theunderprivileged and women to take control over the social institutions and toimprove their quality of life , thereby create a society where these people can livewith dignityAddressNO. 1 BARDHANARAP.O: DAKSHINGAONPIN: 781350DISTRICT : NALBARIASSAM , INDIAPHONE: +91-3624-283740Email: gvm_ngo@sify.com 3. Organizational Profile Gramya Vikash Mancha (GVM) is a non for profit, NonGovernment Organisation based in Nalbari District and hasbeen working for the rural poor through the implementation ofvarious development programmes GVM came into existence in 1999 and registered under theSociety Registration Act XXI of 1860 on 14th September, 2000 Presently working in 4 districts. Nalbari, Baksa (BTAD), Kamrup(Rural) and Barpeta. The Area covers 11 dev. blocks and 400villages The major working areas are Economic Empowerment, SocialEmpowerment and Social Justice, Humanitarian Response,Development & communication 4. Organisation Staff Strength Full time volunteers: 82 Part time volunteers: 347 Technical / Professional Consultants:12 5. Partners Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department of the EuropeanCommission (ECHO) Actionaid India Jamsetji Tata Trust/ Sir Dorabji Tata Trust Save the children Unicef Child Rights and You (CRY) Aide et action National Agricultural Bank for Rural Development, NABARD Indo Global Social Service Society (IGSSS) PRADAN Help Age India Rashtriya Gramin Vikash Nidhi North East Development & Finance Corporation (NEDFi) North East Network (NEN) National Council of Rural Institute (NCRI) The Hunger Project Association for Indias Development (AID) 6. On going programmes Promotion of Diversion Based Irrigation in Nalbari, Kamrup(Rural) and Baksa districts of Assam supported by JTT Mobilizing Community on MGNREGS for ensuring sustainableemployment and development- Supported by Actionaid India Peoples Empowerment for Accessing Right to Livelihood Supported by IGSSS Extension of SRI and Promotion in Assam Supported byPRADAN Promotion of Livelihood through Water Hyacinth Craft Supported by NEDFi Adolescent Education in Assam Supported by SDTT Child Rights project in Nalbari district of Assam Supportedby CRY 7. Humanitarian Aid programmesimplemented for Flood affected families in2012-13 Emergency Response to the Victims of Flood in Assam-2012 Assam Flood 2012 Response Programme Support to flood affected families in Assam Emergency Flood operation in Nalbari district of Assam Rapid Flood Response in Nalbari District of Assam Humanitarian Assistance to vulnerable population affected by flood inAssam Assam Flood Humanitarian Response Supported by ECHO, JTT, Actionaid, Save the children andHelpAge India 8. Nalbari, Baksa, Kamrup (rural) district 9. Pagladia River Basin (Source: Geology department, GU) 10. Promotion of Diversion Based Irrigation inNalbari, Kamrup (rural) and Baksa districts ofAssam 11. Project Profile Project title: Promotion of Diversion Based Irrigation inNalbari, Kamrup (rural) and Baksa district of Assam Supported by: Jamsetji Tata Trust Implemented by: Gramya Vikash Mancha Project period: 1stApril 2012 to 31stMarch 2015 (3 years) Project area: Nalbari, Kamrup (rural) and Baksa district Total Sanctioned Amount (for 3 years): Rs. 288.25 lakh Total sanctioned amount (For 1styear): Rs. 85,27,000.00(Rupees eighty five lakh twenty seven thousand only) 12. Objective & Strategies of the implementedProjectObjective: The developmental objective of the project is To improvethe quality of life of 50000 families from excluded section ofsociety in Nalbari, Kamrup (rural) and Baksa district of Assamwithin three years Strategies: Protect natural water bodies and reduce vulnerability throughcommunity mobilization Socio-economic upliftment through introducing effective useof diversion based irrigation system 13. Process adopted for implementation The project started with initiating a social debate on action-reflection of differentsocio-economic issues. It was basically through using PRA tools and techniques.After series of discussion and debate we with active participation of localcommunity prepared cluster wise report, what we named ParticipatoryVulnerability Analysis (PVA) report. On priority basis the problems are taken into account and discussion initiated forfinding effective and sustainable solution for such problem, both in village andcluster level. Cluster level coordination committee have been formed to coordinate, review andmonitor all process and programmes in cluster level. Again, cluster has also beendivided in some sector, comprising 5-6 villages and sector level representative andcoordinator identified. A network committee among all farmers has been formed, comprising fiverepresentatives from each cluster. This committee review and monitor all processand programmes of the project in central level. Based on the Action Plan prepared by the community, Gramya Vikash Mancha hasinitiated the process of implementation of all the major community activities likeRestoration of water bodies and construction of improvised Sluice Gate, irrigationbandhs. Need base capacity building programmes and interface programmes withdevelopment authorities. 14. Situation of natural water resources in Nalbariand Kamrup (Rural) districts.. 15. Situation in BaksaWhere there is a great scarcity of Water and water is precious than anyother elements..like property, land and house.. 16. PVA was conducted in each Cluster to get all kind ofinformation of the villages like Mapping of the villages, Socio-economic background, livelihood analysis, population break-up, resources, different vulnerabilities, historical background,coping mechanism etc. It shows the use, impact and problemsin accessing natural water resources. All major activities like Restoration work of canal,Construction of Irrigation based structures, CapacityEnhancement programmes are implemented based on theCommunity action plan prepared by the community.Participatory Vulnerability Analysis (PVA)Report 17. Participatory Vulnerability Analysis (PVA)Report 18. Restoration of canal in Kamrup (rural) district 19. Dredging of a new canal in Jaha village of Nalbari district 20. Restoration of a dying canal in No.1 Bhogpara village in Baksa district 21. Farmers during the Restoration of canal in No.1 Bhogpara village inBaksa district 22. Farmers during the Restoration of Bhoma canal in Kamrup (rural)district 23. Cleaning of water hyacinth in a blocked in Bakrikuchi village of Nalbaridistrict 24. Cleaning of water hyacinth in Kawoimari canal of Jaha Cluster 25. The situation of Badna Jan (canal) in Kamrup (Rural) District 26. Cleaning of Badna Jan (canal) in Kamrup (Rural) District 27. Approx. 60 kms. of canals were restored (through Cleaning &Dredging work) so far in the 7 clusters under Nalbari, Kamrup(rural) and Baksa districts Total 25055.92 bigha (7639 acre) of agricultural land isexpected to be benefited by the Restoration work A large area of land has been resumed for agriculturalactivities after a long time Canal Management Committees are formed in Kamrup (rural)district which is a new intervention area under the DBIProject An Exposure visit was organised for the farmers/ fisherman ofKamrup (rural) area to replicate the canal managementsystem of the strong Dong Bandh Committees of Baksa The Dong Bandh Committees of Baksa has their owntraditional canal management system since more than 70Restoration of natural water bodies 28. In Baksa, 2500 people work altogether to maintain the bandh in Pagladia riverto get water every year for cultivation and their household need 29. The Bandh Dong Committees has strong rules & members from each familyhas to contribute their labour to maintain the Bandhs and Dongs which is theonly source of water for the villages in Baksa 30. Every Winter in December more than 2500 people from 40 villages repairs theBandhs and Dongs (Canal) for 4 consecutive days at the source of Pagladia andDiring river 31. Use of Canal water in Rabi crops under one Farmers group atBardhanara village 32. Use of Canal water in Rabi crops under one Farmers group atBardhanara village 33. Use of Canal water in Rabi crops by using water pumps in Raimadhavillage, Nalbari district 34. Use of Canal water in Rabi crops by using water pumps in Raimadhavillage, Nalbari district initiated under the PDBI project 35. Use of Canal water in Rabi crops by using water pumps in Raimadhavillage, Nalbari district initiated under the PDBI project 36. Group farming was promoted under the DBI project by using Canal water inRabi crops through water pumps in Chatama village, Nalbari district 37. Capacity Enhancement programmes organised on preparation of Vermicompost among farmers 38. Capacity building programme onVermi CompostingCapacity Enhancement programmes organised on preparation of Vermicompost among farmers 39. Vermi Compost units promoted in lieu of chemical fertilizers and used inGroup farming 40. Capacity Enhancement programmes organised on water hyacinth basedcrafts among poor woman in the project villages 41. More than 200 poor woman are now engaged in product making from waterhyacinth and generating income for their families promoted through PDBIproject and NEDFi 42. Food processing trainings are organised in Baksa and Nalbari district amongwoman groups that can generate income by using locally available fruits andvegetables 43. Capacity building programme onFood ProcessingFood processing trainings are organised in Baksa and Nalbari district amongwoman groups that can generate income by using locally available fruitsand vegetables 44. Group farming by woman Groups in Jaha cluster 4

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