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India. Scaling Up Micro Irrigation & Linking Poor Women Irrigators into Market System. Pati Debasis, OTELP. Susanta Nanda, Director OTELP. Furthering water cooperation in rural areas. Making it ...

India. Scaling Up Micro Irrigation & Linking Poor Women Irrigators into Market System. Pati Debasis, OTELP. Susanta Nanda, Director OTELP. Furthering water cooperation in rural areas. Making it happen! International Annual UN-Water Zaragoza Conference 2012/2013. Preparing for the 2013 International Year. Water Cooperation: Making it Happen! 8-10 January 2013

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India. Scaling Up Micro Irrigation & Linking Poor Women Irrigators into Market System Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Women Scaling Up Micro Irrigation & Linking Poor Women Irrigators into Market System International Annual UN-Water Zaragoza Conference 2012 – 13 Odisha Tribal Empowerment & Susanta NandaLivelihoods Programme Debasis Pati (OTELP)
  • 2. Piloting & Lessons Learnt-MIS• SCAMPIS India in 2009-11• Reaching more than 12000 farm families• Increase in vegetable Production & HH Income• Mostly small & Women farmers
  • 3. Challenges for up-scaling the Innovations– The quality of materials (Kit & Seedlings)– Lack of sustainable livelihoods– Marketability of surplus– Access to the Financial assistance– Capacity Building & last mile Delivery–Other Resources…
  • 4. Mainstreaming MIS• Commercial raised bed Vegetable cultivation• Supportive Govt. policy Initiative(RKVY, NMMI, Agri. Policy)• Capacity Building by NGOs• CSP at Village level• Marketing Support through Cooperative
  • 5. Coverage-Current & Plan• 1500 HHs by Mar’13 & 5000 by ’14 in OTELP.• Poly Nurseries for quality Seedlings.• Thousands of HHs in adjoining Provinces.• Source of Livelihood in parts of India. THE SYSTEM
  • 6. Thank U for being wiTh USVisit Odisha for First Hand Experience
  • 7. Thank U for being wiTh USVisit Odisha for First Hand Experience