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SOCIETY FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ( SID)

Arypuri, Ratu Road, Ranchi


Jharkhand

Annual Report
( 2009-10)

1. Coordinating office - Bhabya Bhawan,


Near Bageswari Appartment
Arypuri, Ratu Road, Ranchi

2. Operational Area - Jharkhand state and other states in India and


abroad with necessary approval thereof.

3. Office Bearers
i. Sri Amit Kumar Sinha (Chairman)
ii. Sri Vivek Kumar (Secretary)
iii. Sri Kumar Ravi (Executive)
iv. Smt. Anita Sinha (Member)
v. Sri Marut Nandan Pandey (Executive)
vi. Smt. Rageswari Agarwal (Member)
vii. Sri Raj Kumar Prasad

4. Founder - Sri Amit Kumar Sinha and Sri Vivek Kumar

5. Date of Creation - 10-02-2003

6. Chief Functionary &


Contact Person - Sri Amit Kumar Sinha (Chairman)

7. Organizational Structure Kindly see Appendix „B‟

Executive Summary :- Society For Integrated Development (SID) got registered


under Society Registration Act 1860 on 10th of Feb 2003.
Since then it has never looked back. By each passing year
activity of SID is increasing and it has been able to build a
very good support with the villagers and other target groups
that always motivated to work and continue the struggle for
upliftment or rural people and other target groups. SID has
a dedicated team of staff whose regular effort made this
organization to reach upto this state.
ORGANIZATONAL STRUCTURE

Chairman Cum Managing Director

Financial Advisor Secretary Auditor

Consultants & Funding Project Officer Accountant


Authorities

Workshop & Seminar Project Coordinator Clerk Cum Typist


Organizer or Program Officer

Education Group Supervisor Meeting & Training

Group Leader Social Motivator

Field Worker

Trainee
Achievement During the Year
Award of excellence
Society for Integrated Development got award of excellence for our work in the sector of
agriculture, community development and microfinance. Birsa Agriculture University
gave this award during its annual kisaan mela Agro-tech 1010. Certificate of excellence
has been given by Agriculture minister Sri Mathura Prasad Mahto.

Jharkhand Tribal Development Program (Micro Watershed)


Society for integrated development has been working with JTDS on two MWS in Eight
villages at block Bundu, Ranchi since December 2006. JTDP is an IFAD assisted
programme. The objective of the programme is:
To develop and implement a replicable model that ensures household food security
and improves livelihood opportunities and overall quality of life of the tribal population
based on sustainable and equitable use of natural resources. To achieve the following the
programme would :

* Empower tribal grass root associations and user groups, including women and
other marginal groups, so that they would become more capable to plan, implement and
manage their own development and negotiate with relevant authorities to harness the
necessary resources.

* promote activities which generate sustainable increase in production and


productivity of land and water resources.
* Generate alternative source of income outside agriculture particularly for
Landless.

1. Institution Building

A) Gram Sabha:-
During the year ,efforts were laid to strengthen Gram sabha by Empowering
their member and their chairperson. The regularization of Gram Sabha meetings were
given major attention that resulted in strengthing the gram sabha in 08 villages under
Society for integrated Development.

Villages No. of members No. of No. of meeting % attendence


in GSPEC household per month
KUCHIDIH 07 68 04 70
JAMGAMI 09 157 01 65
LOTEHATU 07 98 01 70
HALUDIH 05 19 04 90
ROREDIH 05 31 01 80
SINGARIDIH 05 31 04 80
BHURKUNDA 05 36 04 90
NAWADIH 05 41 04 70

B)Self Help Group(SHG)

During the year three New SHG were formed, which is as follows:

VILLAGE SHG No. of Members


Lotehatu Nai subah mahila samiti 10

Lotehatu Nai jyoti mahila samiti 18

Nawadih Jeevan jyoti mahila samiti 11

At present total no. of SHG is 26 in eight villages,which covering the 481 household
.Strengthening of Existing SHG‟s and new SHG‟s are being promoted.The regularization
of meeting as well as mobilization of saving was given major emphasis in existing 26
SHG‟s. SHG‟s has developed their income generation activity plan mostly in agriculture,
livestock and NTFP‟s.
Status of self Help Groups till march-10

Sl.no. Name of SHG Village No.of Total Bank IGA


members saving linkage
01 Kiran mahila Kuchidih 16 12955/- BOI, Xxx
samiti Bundu
02 Kisan mahila Kuchidih 14 11969/- BOI, Nursery
samiti Bundu
03 Maa Durga mahila Kuchidih 16 22472/- BOI, Kirana
samiti Bundu shop
04 Sangam mahila Lotehatu 15 14843/- BOI, Xxxx
samiti Bundu
05 Kamal mahila Lotehatu 18 8518/- BOI, Xxxxx
samiti Bundu
06 Nai jyoti mahila Lotehatu 18 12662/- BOI, Xxxxx
samiti Bundu
07 Saraswati mahila Lotehatu 12 12567/- BOI, Xxxxx
samiti Bundu
08 Nai subah mahila Lotehatu 10 3768/- BOI, Xxxx
samiti Bundu
09 Luxmi mahila Jamgami 11 11658/- BOI, S.B.**
samiti Bundu
10 Shalu mahila Jamgami 10 4582/- BOI, Xxxx
samiti Bundu
11 Birsa mahila samiti Jamgami 15 18789/- BOI, Piggery
Bundu
12 Maa mansa mahila Jamgami 14 11995/- BOI, Piggery
samiti Bundu T.H.**
13 Amar mahila Jamgami 14 12798/- BOI, Piggery
samiti Bundu
14 Lakhi mahila Jamgami 13 11150/- BOI, S.B.**
samiti Bundu
15 Saraswati mahila Jamgami 14 12184/- BOI, Goatery
samiti Bundu
16 Santoshi mahila Jamgami 13 14089/- BOI, Xxx
samiti Bundu
17 Hanswahini mahila Jamgami 17 14007/- BOI, Ducker
samiti Bundu y
18 Urmila mahila Nawadih 18 18247/- BOI, Xxxxx
samiti Bundu
19 Jeevan jyoti mahila Nawadih 11 6583/- BOI, L.B.**.
samiti Bundu
20 Vishnu mahila Bhurkunda 13 2050/- BOI, Fishery,
samiti Bundu A.F.**
21 Sita mahila samiti Bhurkunda 13 2930/- BOI, Fishery,
A.F.**
22 Bharti mahila Haludih 17 34488/- BOI, Xxxxx
samiti Bundu
23 Bajrangbali mahila Singaridih 16 13337/- BOI, Xxxx
samiti Bundu
24 Saraswati mahila Singaridih 15 19454/- BOI, Xxx
samiti Bundu
25 Jharkhand mahila Roredih 15 6893/- BOI, Agrofor
samiti Bundu estry
26 Adivasi mahila Roredih 14 5791/- BOI, Agrofor
samiti Bundu estry

Note:- S.B.-Seasonal Business

T.H.- Tent House.

L.B.-Lac Business.

A.F.- Agroforestry.

All the 26 SHGs are going to form their cluster. In cluster they are doing Lac
cultivation and their marketing at local level.

2.Gender and Equity :-

The major emphasis was given on the gender & equity concern hence
it has been encapsulated in the program strategy to ensure equitable and sustainable
development of target community.
The special attention was given to the marginalized section of the society
particularly Women, landless & PTG‟s

Participation of women & More than 80%


marginalized in gram sabha
Percentage of women representation in Approx 50%
PEC.
Percentage of female Animators Approx 50%
Percentage of SHG women, engaged in Approx 50%
IGA
3).Land & water management :-

Status till march-2010


Village Estimated Amount Material 25% Work Release Work
amount(Rs.) sanctioned cost contribution days to PEC completed
KUCHIDIH 335741 257584 23115 78157 4076 207000 80%

JAMGAMI 882130 686908 101254 195222 8883 447011 70%

LOTEHATU 452907 352932 53012 99975 4630 204500 90%

HALUDIH 283419 221322 35032 62097 2901 196385 90%

ROREDIH 203164 155571 12805 47593 2184 125306 90%

SINGARIDIH 140184 112088 27799 28096 1302 105496 80%

BHURKUNDA 550649 431919 75736 118730 5393 301287 80%

NAWADIH 375760 296279 57838 79481 3601 266700 90%

Total 3223954 2514603 386591 709351 32970 1853685 80%


4). Farming system Development

During the year , agriculture intervention pertaining to kharif and


Rabi seasons has been given special focus. The following interventions have been carried
out.

a) Field training:-
The field level training with the progressive farmers has been
organized on the agriculture packages and practices on the different high yielding and
the improved varieties of crops such as upland paddy,low land paddy, tomato, brinjal,
groundnut, pegion pea, potato.

b) promotion of organic farming:-


to encourage the organic farming in the origram area, it
was planned to establish vermicompost pit in each village. Thus field level training
has been organized.

village Vermi-compost unit Production till march 2010


Haludih 01 250kg
Bhurkunda 01 250 kg
Kuchidih 01 500kg
Jamgami 02 750 kg
Lotehatu 03 750 kg
c) Establishment of Green House:-
To raise the healthy vegetable seedling and to promote
protected agriculture cultivation establishment of green house was done in two
villages at Haludih and Jamgami.

Crop wise details :-

Crop No.of Seed Variety Yield Remarks


farmers quantity per ha.
Paddy 54 540 Lalat,IR- 30-35 Qtl
64,swarna
Maize 15 30 suvan 30-35 Qtl
Brinjal 75 7.5 s.pratibha 90-
100Qtl
Tomato 80 06 Swarna lalima 70-90 Qtl
Sem 80 20 S.uthcrist 50-60 Qtl
Pigeon 40 80 Icp7035 30-40 Qtl
pea
Potato 40 1500 Kufri sinduri 220-250
Qtl.
Chick 15 30 Iccc-37,jg-11,jgk- 40-50 Qtl
pea 1
Wheat 40 400 Hd2329,HUW234 N.A.
5).Forestry :-
There is abundant area available for afforestation in the project villages. Thus
to meet the requirement of tree sapling in the project villages saplings have to be
raised within the village. During the year 01 nursery were established by two SHgs at
Bhurkunda, in which about 10000 sapling used.
Plantation During the Year-

village Plant Area


Bhurkunda Timber 05 acre
Jamgami ,, 02 acre
Lotehatu ,, 01 acre
Haludih ,, 02 acre
Nawadih ,, 02 acre
Total 12 acre

Horticulture plantation has been done in about 02 acre, in which mango, jackfruit,
papaya species were preferred.

6). Aquaculture:-
With the help of Dept. of fisheries,GOJ and Dept. of
aquaculture,RVC, BAU stocking was done with the subsidy of 40% cost of fish seed
from fisheries dept.village wise stocking and production as follows:-

Village No. of No. of fish Average Total


ponds seed harvesting Benefit
(kg) (Rs.)
Nawadih 01 8000 60 1800
Bhurkunda 04 16000 110 3300
Singaridih 02 14000 80 2400
Haludih 02 12000 70 2100
Roredih 03 12000 70 2100
Kuchidih 03 16000 110 3300
Jamgami 04 60000 400 12000
Lotehatu 04 18000 120 3600
Total 23 156000 1020 30600/-

Integrated fish farming ( Duck cum fish culture)

Village Farmers No. Quantity of fish No. of No. of


Total
of sold Eggs sold ducks sold
benefit
Duck (Rs.)
Jamgami SHG 20 165kg=Rs.11550 45=Rs.112 06=Rs.1140 12802/-
Kuchidih Mangna 15 55kg=Rs.3300 25=Rs62.5 10=Rs.1800 5162/-
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TARGETED INTERVENTION PROJECT AT LOHARDAGA DISTRICT

BACKGROUND OF THE AREA,TARGET AREA PROFILE

Our target area is whole of Lohardaga of Ranchi district .


The distance between lohardaga to Ranchi is 75 k.m by road & 69 k.m by train track we
are covering area is Kisko which is 15 k.m. from our site office and, Bhandra which is
under 17k.m. Senha which is 12k.m, kuru which is 20 k.m, & also lohardaga city
We are covering five block of lohardaga district
1. Lohardaga city
2. Bhandra
3. Kisko
4. Senha
5. Kuru

The community member of district-lohardaga are street based, some are Home
based & Flying, Lohardaga is small city, 80 k.m. away from Capital of Jharkhand,
therefore some of them fly for Ranchi by Train because it is easy for up & down.
They are facing daily 3-4 encounter and if they get more client then they stay
frequently for 2-3-4 days in Ranchi. Maximum FSWs suffering from STI/RTI and
they use to go to RMPs / PMPs, Quacks. RMPs / PMPs, Quacks giving them
treatment but lack of proper knowledge they are unable to advise them about proper
safety.

Profile of target group and the Peer Educators (PEs):

During the year total 700 FSWs have been identified. They belong to socio-economically
weaker section of the society. At district Lohardaga Sex work is not brothel based. After
accomplishing their personal and domestic work FSWs go out for sex work to their
concerned areas like; road side, work place, Boxide dump side, truck side and any other
destination as all ready decided by the mutual understanding of clients. Some of the
FSWs practice during the afternoon & evening. Some of the FSWs are flaying in nature.
They go to Ranchi & other nearest area.

The four TI components of the project were as follows :

1. Outreach and Communication.


2. Service Provision – STI , Condom.
3. Enabling Environment – Advocacy and Networking.
4. Community Mobilizing.
5. Referrals and Linkages.
Achievements of the above components during the year are as follows :

(a) OUTREACH AND COMMUNICATION :

Out reach activities in the project sites is conducted by twelve Peer Educator and three
Outreach Workers in the area. Peer Educator work is monitored by ORWs. PEs were
selected from the community were trained about HIV/AIDS and components of TI and
how to reach FSWs and link with them with care services. PEs were influencing FSWs to
change their behaviour. PEs are providing information on HIV/ AIDS, STIs, providing
condom and promoting condom use for behaviour change.

The main activities of outreach and communication were as mentioned below:

 One to one contact (IPC) with community members by the PEs and ORWs and
provided information related to STI/HIV prevention.
 One to one contact and one to group contact with community members by ORWs
and PEs and provided information related to STI and HIV prevention.
 Identified 724 Nos. FSWs by ORWs and PEs .
 Prepared communication materials.
 78 Nos. of group meeting / discussion held

(b) SERVICE PROVISION – STI, CONDOM PROMOTION:

The STI services provided STI patients are :

 Identified 327 Nos. STI cases.


 327 Nos. STI Case diagonised and provided treatment STI clinic.
 Reffered STI cases.
 No. of 864 FSWs Counseling by counselor.
 Counseled STI patients .
 Follow up of STI cases at clinic and field by PEs and ORWs
 Treatment was based on Syndromic Case Management (SCM).
 Addressed myth and misconceptions related to STIs .
 Established network with Government Health Care Providers for STI services to
the patients in future.
 Provided health education and STI prevention activities, such as promotion of
correct and consistent use of male condom.
 Provide safe and free condom.
 Immediate diagnosis and clinical management of STIs.
 Provided STI medicines and directly observed therapy for single dose regimes.
 Linked referral services at ICTC for HIV testing, Care and support and other
relevant services.
CONDOM PROMOTION:

 Counselled for behaviour change .


 Estimated condom requirement.
 Identified locations suitable for condom depot.
 4 numbers of Condom depots were opened in 4 different places are noted here:

1. Shiv Auto Mobile.

2. Rajkumar Paan Dukan.


3. Kashinath Auto Mobile.
4. Goyal Medical Hall.

 Condom demonstration for its correct and consistent use by PEs and ORWs and
counsellor.

 Provided free condoms to FSWs through ORWs and PEs and DIC
 Provided free condoms at condom depot.

FREE CONDOM DISTRIBUTION


MONTH FSW BRIDGE GROUP CLINTS + OUTLET
APRIL 1700 0
MAY 1510 0
JUNE 125 0
JULY 1640 0
AUGUST 2750 450
SEPTEMBER 710 300
OCTOBER 150 0
NOVEMBER 3400 620
DECEMBER 1800 0
JANUARY 11685 0
FEBRUARY 8025 0
MARCH 10207 0
APRIL
Total 43702 1370
(c) ENABLING ENVIRONMENT – ADVOCACY AND NETWORKING :

In the project an environment is created to provide sexual and non-sexual health needs of
the FSWs at Lohardaga . For, Stake Holders Meeting with ICTC were organized by the
organization.

Thus through Stake Holders Meeting Health Services Providers contacted for integration
of services and linkages for health care services to the FSWs in the area. The ICTC
Hospital , Lohardaga were supporting to us in the organization health camps and
provided health care services to target community at their concerned areas.

d) COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION : Group meeting of FSWs were organized for


community mobilization . Community events were also organized to mobilize the
community. 78 group meeting were held at different community places. Community
people were provided knowledge on prevention of STI and HIV/ AIDS. Condom was
demonstrated among them for safe and correct use. Group meeting has provided a
platform for creating a community based organization in future.

Other activities implemented in the project are as follows:

a. Organized health camp.


b. Organized community events.

a) Organised health camps:

In order to provide STI / non – STI health services to the community one health camp
was organized.

 Khakparta, Lohardaga
b) Organised Community Events:

Different community events were organized among the FSWs to make them aware about
the issue . Each community event was related with HIV/AIDS education among the
FSWs . Following community events were organized during the period:

Awareness camp, World AIDS Day, International Women‟s Day.

c) Staff meeting : In order to implement the project according to planned activities total
50 staff meeting were held at TI office . 16 meetings were prescribed by the Project
Director of Society for Integrated Development . Progress of assigned task and plan for
next is discussed in the staff meeting.
The major accomplishment against target for the TI are as follows :

Sl No: Activities TI Target Achieved Target


1. No. of FSWs 700 724
2 Organizing Community Event - 2
3 Organizing peer educators training 3
4 Networking 0 0
5 Advocacy 0 0
6 Health Camp 1 1
7 Staff meeting - 50
8 Meeting in the presence of project director - 16
9 Group meeting - 78
10 Refer to ICTC 640
11 Counseling - 864
12 HIV actual testing - 314
13 STI case treatment - 327
14 Condom depot - 4
15 Condom distribution - 45072

OTHER FINDING :

The people of the Lohardaga are very much co-operative and sincere. Before this
programme they were not aware of HIV /AIDS and STI diseases. Our Programme
become very successful and effective. We have started getting call from the people of
Lohardaga area and they are enquiring in details about prevention of HIV /AIDS and STI
diseases. Our team has met approx 657 Fuss of different villages of such locality and
discuss in details the reason of there involvement of FSW . There story is very much
pathetic & heart touching and few of them started weeping too. They told us that as and
when they wanted to make contact with working places for livelihood their worth. The
poverty has left no option but to accept their demand our programme has made them so
alert that in no case they are entreating any of customer without condom.

PROBLEMS FACED :-

Lohardaga area is boxite field area. There are many people working in boxite Mines.
More than 21000 men and women working in our areas . Most of them are labour and
truckers. The most of labour are T.B. patients due to boxite dust. There are an aware of
STI and H.I.V. we are doing Awareness Company among those people. The next
problem we are facing is that there is no LT from ICTC and so we are unable to send the
HIV and STI patients to such Centers.

7. OVERALL ACHIEVEMENT IS ALL THE COMPONENTS OF TIs :

We have already achieved the target of 700 FSWs and 327 STI patient from Baratpur,
Hirhi, Senha, Bhandra, Bedal, Kisko, Fateya toli, Hondaga, Kuru, Janwal, Khakparta,
etc., in March 2010. We have completed 1 health camp, 3 awareness camp and 4
advocacy meeting in our area . We are glad to inform you that we have already
distributed 45072 ( Fourty Five Thousand and Seventy Two ) free condom through our
peer educator, ORWs, counselor , and other sources. 864 FSWs were counseling through
our counselor.

MONTH WISE COUNSELLING REPORT


MONTH FSW
New Repeat
MAY 12
JUNE 36
JULY 25
AUGUST 44
SEPTEMBER 56
OCTOBER 51
NOVEMBER 33
DECEMBER 40
JANUARY 98
FEBRUARY 198
MARCH 152
APRIL
Total 864
G. TOTAL
FLORICULTURE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM IN DHANBAD DISTRICT

(Chief Minister Of Jharkhand Sri Sibu Soren with Agriculture Minister Sri Mathura
Prasad At our Floriculture Center, Gobindpur Dhanbad)

Floriculture Development and Flower production has been identified as one of major
income generation activity in Dhanbad district under SGSY scheme. Gap between
demand and supply of flowers is main reason for selection of floriculture as one of
leading income generation activity in district. Despite of favorable water, soil and
climatic condition and huge market demand, there is no commercial production of flower
is happening in Jharkhand state. West Bengal is catering the demand of flowers in
Jharkhand state. Sellers from W. Bengal are selling lower quality flowers in high rates.
With lots of analysis and survey, DRDA Dhanbad in Chairmanship of Deputy
Commissioner Sri Ajay Kumar Singh (IAS) has been decided to take Floriculture as one
of leading Income Generation activity for rural people of district. Society For Integrated
Development (SID) an NGO has been selected for implementing this floriculture
development project in district. NGO has been authorized for doing all the related activity
like selection of beneficiary, formation of SHG, Linkage with Bank, Skill Development
training, procurement of loan and subsidy , cultivation activity and marketing
arrangement. It has also been decided that group of SHGs will form a registered Producer
Company and all business will be done under flagship of company. With all these
conditions Floriculture Development project has been started in District. The project has
been divided in two parts, 1. Cultivation in polyhouse and 2. Open Cultivation. District
administration started this project in Gobindpur, Tundi, Topchanchi and Baliyapur block.
Society For Integrated Development is implementing this project in Gobindpur and
Topchanchi Block. Initially District administration provided complete constructed
polyhouse with irrigation system in 2000 Sq.m of area in Gobindpur Block. This project
has been started with 12 SHGs (mostly woman based) in Gobindpur.
There is provision of skill development training of SHG members under this program. 34
SHG members including male and female went to Horticulture Training Center (HTC),
Talegaoun, Pune, Maharastra for advance training. HTC is known as best training center
in India for floriculture. It was great experience for villagers. Till date total 166 SHG
members from Gobindpur and Topchanchi block got training at Gobindpur Floriculture
Center located at Gobindpur by best faculties from Birsa Agriculture University. Bank of
India, leading bank of district decided to finance this project and sanctioned loand of Rs.
25 Lakhs under SGSY scheme which includes 50 % subsidy from DRDA. Initially Bank
gave Rs. 5.75 Lakhs. Planting material worth Rs. 3.75 lakhs invested for purchasing of
rose and gerbera planting material and planting material purchased from Banglore.
Cultivation practice started in month of January 2009. Mainly two flowers Gerbera and
Dutch Rose has been taken for cultivation in this polyhouse. In the month of Apr 2009 a
Producer company named as Gobindpur Flower Producer Company Limited, under
company registration act has been registered for doing floriculture business.SHG
members are directors in this company and they take the final decisions. Entire process of
this project is new and innovative, and this program creating impact upon villagers. Now
they have started feeling, empowered and influencing other villagers to participate in this
kind of govt. sponsored schemes. Villagers do their banking operations by themselves.
Flower came out in the market for sale in the month of May and afterward it has started
changing lives of associated SHG members. Now SHG members have been started
earning money from this business and also started making repayment of loans. Main
objective of this program is to provide average sustained monthly income of Rs.4000 per
SHG members in next 3 years. SHG members are convinced that this program will
change their life and financial necessities. Till date approx, flower of worth Rs. 3 Lakhs
has been sold and approx Rs. 2 Lakhs has been distributed among SHG members. All the
SHG members are also having personal account and they receives money via cheque.
District administration has also recognized the success and impact of this project and
sanctioned 3 more floriculture project for Gobindpur, and planning to make a floriculture
hub in Gobindpur and authorized SID to take over the floriculture project in Tundi block.

It is estimated that now approx 650 SHG members will be associated and benefited by
Five units of Polyhouse and open field cultivation. Out of which 4 polyhouse is located
in Gobindpur and 1 in Topchanchi. And all these SHG members will also take members
ship of Gobindpur Flower Producer Company Limited and all business will be done
under this Producer Company only. District Administration is providing infrastructure of
worth Rs. 1 crore 80 thousands, as Polyhouse and irrigation system. One unit in
Gobindpur is already working successfully another unit in Topchanchi and Tundi is about
to start and three units are under construction in Gobindpur. Another Govt Employment
Scheme NREGA is also supporting these projects. For fulfilling water requirements for
open cultivation pond construction under NREGA is proposed. Gerbera and Roses are
already producing in Polyhouse. Carnation, Gladulious, Tuberose, Marigold, Erica Palm,
and few other flower crops will be taken in other units. Cultivation in open field is also
about to start in 6 Acres of area. Land leveling has already been started. Turnover of
Gobindpur Flower Producer Company Ltd. Is estimate approx 2 Crores 80 Lakhs Rs. in
intial one and half years including sale of flowers from all Six polyhouse and open field
,and after 2 years it will cross over 4 Crores. It is also estimated that Co. will start making
profit of at least 2.35 crores per annum after 2 years.

General Manager, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Mr. G.M Panda visited floriculture
center located at Gobindpur Dhanbad on 22nd January 2010. He was accompanied by
Mr. Chandan Kumar AGM, RBI, Ranchi. Mr. Panda was very impressed with our work,
he also praised our model. He was very impressed with quality of Gerbera flower. Mr.
Panda interacted with SHG members who are involved in floriculture project. SHG
members provided all the details he asked. He was impressed that all the members are
having individual saving accounts in banks and they are getting all the money from
Gobindpur Flower Producer Company from Cheque. He also inspected quality of food
products which has been made by SHG members who were getting training upon food
processing at training center. Mr. Panda also assured that NABARD will also support this
project. DRDA Director, Dhanbad, Sri Naresh Kumar Singh, Lead District Manager from
Bank of India, Sri Sudhir Sharma, Zonal Manager of Bank of India, Sri Asim Kumar
Sinha, BDO of Gobindpur block Mrs. Smrita Kumari, Chairman of Society for Integrated
Development (SID) Sri Amit Kumar Sinha, District Project Coordinator of SID Sri
Chandrashekhar Pandey were present during visit of GM.

In first pic from left General Manager, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Mr. G.M Panda
visiting poly house and second pic press clipping of floriculture program.

Floriculture Training
Residential Training Center for Floriculture has been authorized to SID in Gobindpur
Block, Dhanbad for conducting skill development training for Floriculture activity in
Dhanbad District. SID has become official training partner of DRDA Dhanbad for
training support for floriculture in Dhanbad District. During the financial year 0f 2009-10
SID has provided 6 day residential training and one day exposure visit to 15 SHG
including 150 members both male and female. Training has been provided by faculties
from Birsa Agriculture University.

Training upon food processing under SGSY

6 Days residential training has been provided to 60 SHG members from 6 SHG at
Gobindpur training center, Gobindpur, Dhanbad under SGSY scheme. Women got
training for making various kind of papad and achaar.
Rural Business Hub (RBH) project on Lac in Bundu block, Ranchi

In a partnership of a national level NGO Udyogini we are implementing RBH project


funded by Ministry of Panchayti Raj, Govt. of India. Rural Business Hub (RBH) project
we have targeted the women in particular and family in general. Like most of the tribal
area Bundu also has the patriarchal form of society where women are not supposed to
speak in front of male counterpart. As far as socio economic condition is concern they
have the access over the resources but don‟t have their control over them. Illiteracy and
lack of awareness due to very less exposure to the outer changing world makes their
situation more vulnerable. Female drop out and early marriage of girl child is quite
prevalent in this area. Most of the time they are engaged with their male counterparts in
fields supporting the agriculture activity and during lean season and free time they are
engaged with their house hold work such as collection of fuel wood from the forest and
other family activities but ironically not in any “productive activity”.

The project has already included a private industry partner M/s „Sri Gopal Shellac
Industries Pvt. Ltd.‟ with formal M.o.U prior to the execution of the project. The industry
partner is helping the producers by giving fair prices to the producers compared to the
local market prices. It is also assisting the local service providers built by SID to
understand the local market, its need and technical knowledge on the selection, sorting,
grading & storage of the produce thus bringing in a great value to the community.
„Society for Integrated Development‟ has organized various meetings with the
rural women to make them aware about the Rural Business Hub project. Various
motivational meetings at village level as well as Gram Sabha level have been organized
and the actual project and the business plan has been shared with the women and after
that 54 Self Help Groups (SHGs) having almost 850 women were formed. The idea was
to bring the women under the umbrella of Rural Business Hub and “handing over the
stick “to them for making them the anchor for their own sustainable development
through cultivation of Lac. In order to ensure a better road map and clarity of outputs to
be chased, a Strategic cum Business Plan has been developed by the team with the help
of the intern from the Duke University. The team is currently following the same plan to
track its performances and also to check the alignment with the road map drawn in the
plan.

The entrepreneurs at the village level are incubated and supported to help their business
grow by selling of Lac as output and seeds; equipments etc as input. However, to ensure
an organic structure, these village level centres interact with a central structure created as
Rural Business Hub acting as a focal point for all inputs & outputs. The RBH interacts
with the outer market to ensure better prices & with institutions for quality & effective
support. The community putting the maximum pie of the investment in the interest makes
it a pro-producer‟s initiative.
Currently we have created three VLCs during the pilot phase of interventions in three
different villages i.e. Gambharia, Bhurkunda and Lotehatu villages of Gambharia
Panchayat to check the sustainability of our new supply chain model. These VLCs have
been equipped with the necessary equipments related to Lac cultivation such as secateurs,
weighing machines and spraying machines. The equipments are been lend on rent basis
with the proper recording system. The idea is to check the misuse of these equipments
and create a reserve for its maintenance.

All these VLCs are linked with their respective SHGs groups and the members of the
SHGs were mobilized to sell their produce at their respective VLCs. In the previous
season, the produce of all these VLCs has been collected at one place i.e. aggregation
centre and then it was collectively sold to our industry partner i.e. Sri Gopal Shellac
Industries Ltd. Although the concept of collective marketing was a new thing for the
villagers but after witnessing the change in profit they are now eager to replicate the same
model in all the 12 villages of project.
The end profit after meeting all expenses and keeping a small reserve from the first round
of transaction has been equally distributed among the producers (SHG members). A part
of the profit has been shared with the 3 BDSPs anchoring the VLCs. The same model
would be replicated to remaining 9 villages during the next cycle of crop i.e. October –
June (2009 – 2010).
The operational systems help the structure to work as a single unit bringing-in more
discipline & accountability. The model envisages ensuring better prices to producers by
checking high adulteration in the chain apart from fraudulent weights & measurements.
The enterprise ultimately will shape up as a Producer‟s Co. to ensure higher scale &
profitability. It helps the small traders get involved earning reasonable profits and the
industries for procurement of non-adulterated quality produce.

A model of the new value chain being implemented for Lac is shown above. Key
highlights of the new model are:
 Bringing together of the community by building Self Help Groups (SHGs) and
village Level Center (VLCs)
 Mobilizing women at the SHG level – all members of the SHG are women.
 Leverage economy of scale both at the village and block level – the produce of the
entire village will be aggregated at the VLC level and produce of all VLCs will be
aggregated at cluster level.
 Enable value addition practices such as processing of chauri at cluster level,
since they are unaffordable at the individual level.
 Establishment of standard measurement practices
 Provision of owning equipment at the community level. VLCs will provide this
equipment to the residents of respective villages.
 Prepare entrepreneurs in each village by developing the concept of BDSPs at the
VLC level.
 Establishment of a community owned, controlled and managed market that
enables smooth information flow and fair prices at all level

In the later stage of the project the cluster will be linked with micro-finance institutions to
access production loans. VLCs will be tied to the cluster as they will access loans through
the cluster. After establishment of the system and processes, a producer company will be
registered to take care of production and marketing operations on commercial mode and
to bring the ownership in the producers. Through the VLCs and clusters, the producers
will be linked directly to the wholesale traders and the intermediaries operating currently
will be replaced by an organized production and marketing operation.

Total sanitation campaign in Tundi and Govindpur Block which is popularly known as
‘PRAKALP MISSION’ supported by UNISEF, Central Govt. and State Govt. Main
responsibility in this mission is to provide low cost rural toilets to each family of Tundi
and Govindpur Block of Dhanbad distt., and spread the awareness regarding proper
sanitation system. Work is implementing with cluster approach. Right now campaign is
running in 8 panchayats of each block.
Achievement: Panchyat Covered in Tundi Block- Lukaia, Ratanpur, Kolher, Tundi,
Purnadih ,Jata Khuti

Panchyat Covered in Gobindpur Block - Jainagar, Bada Pichadi, Ashanbani II, Kulbeda,
Sahraj, Damkara Barwa

Almost 250 double pit rural toilet constructed in financial year of 2009-10

Livelihood Project under SGSY scheme with DRDA Distt. DHANBAD. Almost
27443 BPL family living in Govindpur block. Kanchanpur, Kulbeda ,Jainagar and Parasi
is one of most backward Panchayat of Govindpur block. The organization is taking up all
the BPL families of above mentioned 4 panchayats and under the SGSY and within 3
years of time convert them into APL by making SHGs and supporting them in training,
credit, technology, infrastructure and marketing. By the end of 3 rd year each BPL family
will not earn less than 40,000 per year. Organization will monitor them for another 2 year
for maintaining the sustainability of their income.

Achievement: almost 86 SHGs has been formed under this project at the end of financial
year and formation of SHG is going on in all four above mentioned panchayts of
Dhanbad district. All SHGs has been linked with Bank at the end of financial year.