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INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME (IWMP) & ONGOING WATERSHEDS “A fresh beginning towards sustainable development”

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INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME (IWMP) & ONGOING WATERSHEDS

A fresh beginning towards sustainable development

STATUS OF WATERSHEDS SANCTIONED UNDER DPAP, DDP & IWDPS.No Name of the Scheme

Total No. of Watersheds

No. of closed watersheds

Ongoing Watersheds Pre- Hariyali Hariyali Total

1 2

DPAP DDP

4242 1054

1608 206

1358 346

1276 502

2634 848

3

IWDPTotal

14996795

4212235

3172021

7612539

10784560

2

Financial status of Watersheds (cumulative since inception)S. No Name of the Scheme Total No. of Watersheds No. of closed watersheds Ongoing Watersheds (Rs. in crores) Releases Expenditure Balance Funds

1 DPAP

4242

1608

733.23

695.34

37.89

2 DDP

1054

206

224.82

220.32

4.50

3 IWDP

1499

421

257.58

232.09

25.49

Total

6795

2235

1215.63

1147.75

67.883

AIMS OF IWMPTo restore the ecological balance by harnessing, conserving and developing

degraded natural resources such as soil,vegetative cover and water

State Perspective Plan of IWMPS. No.1 Details

ItemTotal no. of micro-watersheds in the State Total no. of untreatable micro-watersheds (Reserved Forest, Barren Rocky, flow irrigation) Total no. of treatable micro-watersheds in the State No. of micro-watersheds covered under different schemes (including projects sanctioned during 2009-10 under IWMP) Balance no. of micro-watersheds not covered till dateProposed Area for treatment under IWMP upto 14th Plan

No.46,035

Area (lakh ha)275.04

23 4 5 6

18,45427,581 10,465 17,116 11,474

92.27182.77 52.65 130.12 87.23

Key Features of New Common Guidelines 2008 Delegating powers to States. Dedicated institutions Professional teams at CLNA/SLNA/DWDU (DWMA) Financial Assistance to Dedicated Institutions. Duration of the Project 4-7 Years Preparatory phase, works phase & Consolidation phase. Provision for foreclosure of the Projects.

Key Feature (contd..) Livelihood Orientation Focus on NRM Based Livelihoods.

Cluster Approach Geo-hydrological unit of 1000 to 5000 ha Cluster of Micro Watersheds. Scientific Planning. IT & Remote sensing inputs in planning. Focus on Capacity Building.

Come into effect from 1st April, 2008. Single programme IWMP.

BUDGET COMPONENTSBudget component % of the Budget

- Administrative costs - Monitoring - Evaluation Preparatory phase, including: - Entry point activities, - Institution and capacity building, - Detailed Project Report (DPR). Watershed Works Phase: - Watershed development works, - Livelihood activities for the asset less persons,

10 1 1

4 51 56 9

- Production system and micro enterprises. Consolidation phase TOTAL

103 100

Project IWMP Sanctions to the state No of Batch IWMP Projects MWS / Villages 656 984 1129 2769 Area (lakh ha) Cost (Rs crores) 568.13 893.04 896.54 2357.70

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Total

110 171 173 454

4.74 7.40 7.47 19.61

Institutional ArrangementsDOLR, GoI SLNA of RD, AP DWDU (DWMA) PIA (PO/NGO) TOs (Agri/Horti, Civil) Village Organizations SHGs subject specialists & support staff

DLRC CLRC

Project Director & Addl.PDs (WS) WCCs TO (I&CB) Comp. Operator

Watershed Committee/ Sarpanch (Watershed Assistant)UGs

Watershed Computer Centre( 157)

GO WCCs (111)

NGO WCCs (46)

3-4 IWMP projects

Project Officer

Technical Officer (I&CB)

Computer Operator

Each IWMP project Each Micro WS

Technical Officer (Civil) Watershed Committee

Technical Officer (Agril) Watershed Assistant Village Organization User Groups

Implementation arrangements under IWMP in AP Institutional set up: SLNA

: Full fledged team with Technical Experts, accounts and administration personnel is in place

DWMA :Twelve Project Directors & Fifteen Addl.PDs

PIA

(WSs) with support staff implements WSs through DWMA. Executed MoUs between SLNA & DWMAs : Recruited, trained and positioned Eighty three Project Officers as PIAs to manage 3-4 IWMP projects each. Seventy Computer Operators and Eighty Four Technical officers (I&CB) positioned in WCCs.

Institutional set up cont:- Established 84 Watershed Computer Centers for Govt. POs and 28 WCCs for NGOPIAs at PO level for 2009-10 & 2010-11 WSs - Proposed to set up 29 GO-WCCs & 21 NGO WCCs for 2011-12 WSs - Equipped with office space, Computer peripherals, furniture &Internet connectivity Technical officers: Recruited 381 Technical officers having Diploma Civil/Agriculture/Horticulture) @ Two TOs for each IWMP project Watershed Assts : At Micro watershed level, 510 WS Assts for 2009-10 WSs & 725 WS Assts for 2010-11 WSs are positioned

WCCs

Grass root level Institutions User Groups: Promotion of Area Based User Groups with farmers holding lands in

Watershed Area. Adoption of savings and credit model to generate corpus for post watershed management Formed 6132 UGs under 2009-10 & 13273 UGs under 2010-11 WSs

Watershed Committees: 2009-10 : Formed with Leaders of UGs, representatives of Panchayat,

SHGs, SC/ST, Landless poor and selected Chairman from among the WC members. 612 WCs were formed. 2010-11: WC shall be formed with leaders of UGs, SHGs, SC/ST & Landless poor. WC shall function as sub-committee of GP and Sarpanch as Chairman. Formation of WCs is under progress. VOs & SHGs: Institutions promoted by DRDAs as channels for implementing Enterprise Promotion (Livelihood) activities for poor with preference to landless and asset less people.

Focus AreasSoil & Moisture Conservation works,

Water Harvesting StructuresAfforestation works Dry Land Horticulture Fodder Development Production systems improvement and micro-

enterprises Livelihoods farm based & Non- farm based through SHGs / VOs

DPR preparation - Status1 % funds are available for DPR preparation DPRs are prepared through participatory processes- Socio Economic Survey, Net planning, FGDs, Sample collections & testing, secondary data source and are approved in Gram Sabhas For For projects For projects projects sanctioned sanctioned Particulars sanctioned during 2009during 2011during 10 12 2010-11 171 (984) 173(1129) No. of projects sanctioned 110 (656) Process is No. of DPRs already 110 (646)* 112 (690) initiated prepared No. of DPRs uploaded in the website of the Nodal 110 Dept. URL of the website http://ws.ap.gov.in

Total

454 222(1336) 110

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5% funds are allocated under I&CB

Capacity Building

District & Livelihood Resource Centers as CB institutions Strengthening Consortium of Resource Organizations for CB support Promotion of Watershed Resource Persons (WRPs) for trainings at community level Development of IEC material Constitution of consultative forum Periodical grading of Institutions and WDPs Designing of Online CB monitoring package in coordination with TCSTarget Group No. of Ave. no. Total No. of Training Number of No. of Person training of days/ training Expenditu participants Trainings days batches batch days re

Progress of Batch I & II during 2010-11

SLNA, DWMAs, POs, Tos, COs , WSCs, WS Assistants, Ugs etc

26129

620

1045

2

2090

52258

161.11

Plan of Batch I& SLNA, DWMAs, POs, Tos, COs , WSCs, WS II for 2011-12 Assistants, Ugs etc

311101

4049

10370

2

20740

622202 943.16

Entry Point Activities (EPA) 4% funds allocated for EPA Guidelines for initiating EPA have been formulated Action plans for 2009-10 & 2010-11 interventions are planned and are under grounding status Provisions for generic estimates are given in the software2009-10 Activity details No. of Budget (as per estimates generated) IWMP No. of avaialable projects the under sanction MW EPA ((Rs. No. of ed villages in La units Total cost Activity details (Estimates yet to No. of be generated) IWMP projects No. of Total cost sanction units (Rs. in La) ed 2010-11 Activtity details (as per Activtity details estimates (Estimaates yet generated) to be generated) No. of Budget the avaialabl MW e under No. of Total No. of Total cost villages EPA units cost units (Rs. in La)

110

656 2216.46 1003 295.10 3400 1892.70

171

1151 3442.15

16

73.38 7971 3358.57

Natural Resource Management in Convergence with NREGS

56% of IWMP funds allotted towards NRM works Comprehensive list of projects prepared for all NRM works Identification of all works on complete saturation basis for incorporation in DPRs At Watershed Computer Centres Water harvesting structures, afforestation& CPR land development projects works will be taken up by IWMP staff with IWMP funds Dry Land Horticulture & fodder will be taken up by IWMP staff with NREGS Funds At Mandal Computer Centers Land Development and other works are being taken up through NREGS staff with NREGS funds Developed NRM works software with the support of TCS Linked the works software to EFMS

NRM Works strategySharing of funds:IWMP Fund NREGS Fund

WCC

MCC

IWMP works

NREGS Works

NREGS Works

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NRM Works StrategyLDP & FDP GWRP, DLTP, AFP, CPR Others

I VII & XII PROJECTS

VIII to XI

XIV - XX

DLH

LDP MCC

WCCFodder

WCC

MCC

NREGS FUNDS

IWMP FUNDS

NREGS Funds

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STATEMENT SHOWING PROGRESS OF NRM WORKSFinancial Progress Target for Admin Sanctions Expenditure Sr District NRM for FY No Phy (No of Fin (Rs in Phy (No of Fin (Rs in 2011-12 (Rs in works) Lakhs) works) Lakhs) Lakhs) Adilabad 1255 318.06 202 1 604.80 14.67 Anantapur 3832 6163.99 794 2 994.64 365.17 Chittoor 1933 954.66 501 3 638.82 115.58 Kadapa 964 686.28 269 4 470.40 69.62 Khammam 575 218.45 219 5 168.00 27.05 Kurnool 2347 921.04 192 6 1058.57 29.72 Mahabubnagar 1930 436.52 631 7 1077.72 55.82 Medak 337 224.01 113 8 425.04 31.33 Nalgonda 1344 559.69 339 9 579.60 29.29 Prakasam 2506 997.63 297 10 1135.68 137.68 897 161 155 11 Ranga Reddy 472.80 8.69 764 355.18 314 12 Srikakulam 327.73 41.24 Total 7953.80 18684 11996.51 4026 925.84

Production Systems Improvement (PSI) 10% funds allocated towards PSI Collaboration arrangement between IWMP , SERP & AH Dept objectives: Coverage: To switch-over to organic agriculture in all Watershed villages To double the income of the farmers 1,100 villages in IWMP 2009-10 & 2010-11 WSs Balance 800 of 2009-10 & 2010-11 & 1,400 villages of 2011-12 will be taken

Strategy: Implementation through Village organizations Interventions:

up in 2012-13

Increasing productivity of Natural resources by addressing problems in

agriculture and allied subjects. Soil Fertility management , Integrated Crop Management Sustaining farming methods Convergence for best practices with CMSA, Agril , AH Depts, CRIDA, ICRISAT, ANGRU etc Breed improvement, Fodder Development & Nutrition Management etc.

Convergence with Horticulture Department Supply of Mini Kits under PSI Supply of good quality Horticulture drafts

Convergence with NEDCAP for EPA Installation of Solar street lights in 2-3 IWMP Projects in each district

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Animal Husbandry strategy under PSI component Circular guidelines for PSI-AH sector issued on 14.10.2011 Implementation through Village Organizations in CMSA villages and in non-CMSA villages. Categories of community based interventions: -

Community based PSI interventions Animal Health Camps, Infertility Camps, Sheep Health Camps, Supply of Trevices, Electronic Milk Testing Machines and Castrators

Individual Based PSI Interventions (on 50% contribution) Supply of feed to Milch Animals impregnated with AI in terminal 100 days of pregnancy AI born female calves from 3- 24 months age in Cross Breed Cow calves, 3- 36 months age in Graded Murrah Buffalo calves Mineral Mixture to Milch animals Mineral Bricks / Blocks to lambs to check the mortality Breeding Rams (@ One Ram / 20-25 sheep, maximum two rams per individual beneficiary to check inbreeding Supply Backyard Poultry Units of 10 birds each to SC ,ST families ( Maximum 10 Units / Village) Provide Rs 50 as incentives to Gopalamitras on each female calf born out of AI Provided Stipend to Jeevamitra (Sheep Health workers) Orientation Trainings to Dairy an d sheep farmers

Convergence with Dept. of Animal Husbandry Technical guidance for development of Fodder Plots & Fodder Nurseries Using the departmental machinery for grounding of Live stock based productive systems improvement in areas of Breed Improvement Nutrition Management Health improvement Fodder Development Infrastructure Development Capacity Building26

Convergence with Milk mission The Government is planning to implement the

Milk Mission in the Gram Panchayats which are located within 10 Km radius of the existing Bulk Milk Cooling Centres (BMCUs). All the PSI AH activities in Milk Mission villages

falling in IWMP shall be implemented inconvergence with the concerned department

Expected outcomes Prevention of soil run-off, regeneration of

natural vegetation, rain water harvesting and recharging of the ground water table. Increase in cropping intensity and agricultural/animal husbandry productivity Increase in income of farmers/ landless labourers in the project area

Expected outcomes Creation/enhancement of livelihoods for

the asset less and active involvement of SHGs for building financial resources for attaining self sustainability Integration with other schemes/programmes through convergence for achieving overall development of the villages

A glance at field under Ongoing Watersheds

CONTINUOUS CONTOUR TRENCHES

CONTINUOUS CONTOUR TRENCHES

Rock Fill Dam

CHECK DAM

FARM POND

EARTHEN BUNDING

PERCOLATION TANK

CHECK DAM

VEGETABLE CULTIVATION WITH DRIP

ENTERPRISE PROMOTIONKHOVA MAKING

MOTOR PUMP REPAIR