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S.T. & S.C. Department
Shri Naveen Patnaik
Hon'ble Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik
Odisha Tribal Empowerment & Livelihoods Programme
Objectives
  • To empower the tribal community & enable them to enhance food security
  • To increase their income & improve overall quality of life.
  • To establish & strengthen the institutional mechanism for participatory planning & implementation of different activities by villagers for ensuring sustainable growth.
Key achievements
  • 16773 community empowerment & management training events and 8116 skill up-gradation trainings have been organized.
  • 11937 ha of land have been made arable with development of irrigation potential of 19937.5ha.
  • 782 villages have been covered in piped drinking water supply with 234 total sanitized villages.
  • 4273 SHG have been promoted with 327 Federations.
Outcome
  • Increase in annual family income & expenditure with food security
  • Reduction in migration & poverty
Special features of the programme
  • The community is the key stakeholder. All activities are implemented by villagers through Village Development Committee.
  • Programme adopts a participatory approach for comprehensive planning.
  • High focus on capacity building & awareness of the implementing organizations and the community.
  • Adopts a Micro- Watershed approach with the objective of holistic tribal development, addressing issues related to livelihood and forest management.
  • The structure from State level to micro level for implementation is well planned.
  • Dedicated team of professionals.
  • Well- accepted model for Tribal empowerment and livelihood enhancement.
  • Convergence of different ongoing Govt. Schemes and collaboration with institutes / Organizations of National & International repute.
Key Indicators & Achievements :
Particulars OTELP OTELP Coverage OTELP Plus
Phase I(2004-2012) Phase II(2008- 2015) Phase -I Phase-II 2011-2018
Districts Koraput, Gajapati, Kalahandi, Kandhamal Koraput, Gajapati, Kalahandi, Kandhamal Nabarangpur Malkanagiri, Rayagada 7 Districts 7 Districts & Keonjhar, Mayurbhanj & Sundergarh
Blocks 10 9 11 30 35
No of MWS 135 113 110 358 640
No of Villages 390 346 306 1042 1653
Treatable Area (in ha) 63219.43 55904.53 56244.32 175368.28 337657
Total Households 19481 15129 21570 56180 83000
ST Households 16301 10438 15462 42201 61420
SC Households 2360 2276 3433 8069 9130
BPL Households 16277 10314 12883 39474 36446
Landless Households 4990 2935 4470 12395 3023
Vulnerable/Destitute Households 3101 1546 1474 6121 12450
No. of FNGOs 12 11 11 34 48 + 5 Consortium
I. Financial Progress as on 22.01.2016 (Rs. In Lakhs):
Component Project Cost Expenditure
Capacity Building for Empowerment 4079.28 4111.03
Livelihood Enhancement 20498.97 17671.39
Support For Policy Initiatives 949.96 106.61
Development Initiative Fund 10781.74 8250.80
Programme Management 4859.83 3916.55
Food Handling 428.55 183.80
Grand Total 41598.33 34240.18
II. Programme Output:
Programme Activities Achievement up to 31.03.2015 Achievement during 2015-16 Achievement up to 22.01.2016
Institution Building
Village Development Committees (VDC) Promoted (nos.) 358 0 358
SHGs Promoted 4273 0 4273
Village Social & Financial Audit Sub Committee Promoted 1007 0 1007
Capacity Building for Empowerment
Community Empowerment & Management training events (nos.) 16660 113 16773
Beneficiary Skill Up-gradation trainings 8033 83 8116
Training to Support Agencies (including specialized training in OUAT, ICAR Institutes etc.) nos. 981 5 986
Unemployed youths undergone vocational trainings (nos.) 3044 0 3044
Livelihoods Enhancement
Land Development (in Ha.) 11937 0 11937
Check dam, diversion weirs, Diversion based irrigation structure(piped) 1042 63 1105
Lift irrigation projects (well/ river/ open sources) (in nos.) 488 132 620
Water harvesting structures & farm ponds (nos.) 2121 0 2121
Irrigation wells (nos.) 1599 0 1599
Area under Irrigation (in ha.) 19475 462.5 19937.5
Wadi model of plantation (in ha.) 2870 0 2870
Kitchen Garden (Households) 10382 0 10382
Cumulative Savings mobilized from SHGs (in Rs. Lakhs) 1306.15 29.65 1335.80
Linkage of SHGs with Financial Institutions (in Rs. Lakhs) 1897.96 25.31 1923.27
Community Infrastructure
Villages covered under piped drinking water supply (nos.) 685 97 782
Village Storage Structure and multipurpose godown (nos.) 762 0 762
Drying Yards (nos.) 430 0 430
Households covered under Toilets & Bathrooms (nos.) 11061 1371 12432
Agro processing units established (nos.) 320 37 357
Vulnerable households supported with livelihood activities (nos.) 7237 603 7840
Improved cook stove (nos.) 5426 0 5426
Villages covered under Total Sanitation 234 0 234
III. Focused Livelihoods interventions:
Activities Achievement up to 31.03.2015 Achievement during 2015-16 Achievement up to 22.01.2016
No. of mother chick units established 93 0 93
HHs established broiler units 548 79 627
HHs covered under backyard poultry farming 3601 0 3601
HHs covered under goat rearing 3998 377 4375
No. of water bodies under pisciculture intervention 284 0 284
SHGs covered under farm mechanisation (nos.)
i. Tractors
ii. Power Tillers

17
106

3
11

20
117
Informal seed production & linkage with village seed banks (nos.) 45 0 45
Establishment of poly house nursery for improved seedlings (nos.) 49 0 49
HHs under raised bed vegetable cultivation with drip irrigation 2803 392 2895
HHs under RKVY scheme for tuber crops, off season Vegetables, spices etc. 28729 0 28729
WADI model of orchard development (ha.) 2870 0 2870
HHs covered under WADI model of orchard development 6493 0 6493
IV. Programme Impact:
  • Income: 175% increase in income (from Rs. 15,926.00 in 2007 to Rs. 43,790.00 in 2011)
  • Expenditure: 89.6% increase in expenditure (from Rs. 16,536.00 in 2007 to Rs. 31,344.00 in 2011)
  • Food Security: As compared to 21% HH during 2005, 94% HH indicating enough food through out the year during 2013.
  • Migration: Reduced from 17.8% (2005) to 4.3% (2009) in case of very poor households.
  • Poverty: Out of 56,180 households covered, 70% were BPL; show an increase in assets; about 15% of them are moved out of poverty (2009)
V. Land Allocation Programme in OTELP:
Status of Land Allocation Programme in OTELP Operational Areas
District No of Villages No. of HHs Absolute Landless (Zero House site and Zero Farmland) Households allotted House sites Quantum of Land (in Acres) Households allotted Farm land Quantum of Land (in Acres) Total
Nawarangpur 47 10267 2009 1831 77.37 245 138.26 2076
Malkangiri 83 4624 1690 760 19.37 27 7.93 787
Koraput 242 12467 2473 6995 146.62 230 229.07 7225
Gajapati 161 7627 916 962 17.38 761 283.09 1723
Kandhamal 165 7963 805 355 14.20 - - 355
Kalahandi 170 6732 1655 1771 70.84 33 24.27 1804
Rayagada 174 8596 2570 2946 93.45 710 713.22 3656
Total 1042 58276 12118 15620 439.23 2006 1395.83 17626
VI. Budget for the Financial Year 2015-16:
(a) OTELP
Sl. No. Component Amount (Rs. in Lakhs)
1 Capacity Building for Empowerment 216.83
2 Livelihood Enhancement 235.88
3 Support For Policy Initiatives 58.42
4 Development Initiative Fund 2854.09
5 Programme Management 673.78
Total 4039.00
(b) OTELP PLUS
Sl. No. Component Amount (Rs. in Lakhs)
1 Capacity Building for Empowerment 318.29
2 Livelihood Enhancement 6121.13
3 Support For Policy Initiatives 1241.55
4 Development Initiative Fund 682.04
5 Programme Management 1348.90
Total 9711.91
VII. Major Activities Proposed in 2015-16 under OTELP:
Sl. No. Major Activities Unit Phy)
1 Special support for physically challenged HH 247
2 Low cost housing (PVTG: 833) HH 37
3 Diversion based irrigation projects nos. 55
4 Small lift irrigation projects nos. 71
5 Water lifting devices for existing water sources nos. 1207
6 Poultry units HH 8
7 Goat rearing units HH 25
8 Commercial vegetable cultivation - 1723
9 Toilet & bathrooms HH 2095
10 Village drainage system improvement nos. 104
11 Piped Drinking Water nos. 225
VIII. Evaluation of the Programme:
  • 2 mid term reviews by IFAD during 2006 & 2010.
  • 6 JRMs evaluated the programme. Last Supervision Mission was from 10 - 22, Nov 2014.
  • Before exit, DFID evaluated the programme during 2009-10 through an external agency (Sambodhi, New Delhi)
  • OPSL was engaged during 2011-12 for impact assessment of Land & Water Management interventions on Agriculture and Horticulture.
  • Annual Outcome Survey is conducted every year engaging external agencies for data collection as per IFAD guideline.
  • NIRD has been requested to give consent for impact assessment study.
IX. Up scaling OTELP:
  • Adoption of OTELP model as OTELP Plus by Govt.: OTELP model for tribal development was adopted and scaled up as OTELP plus in 10 districts covering 1653 villages in 640 MWS with project outlay of Rs. 675.84 crore.
  • Continuation of Phase-I OTELP: Phase-I OTELP was extended for 5 years by Govt. for sustainability. 10 Blocks, 4 Districts, 135 MWS, 390 Villages,19481 HHs.
  • Continuation of Phase-II OTELP : Phase-II OTELP is extended for 5 years by Govt. for sustainability. 20 Blocks, 7 Districts, 223 MWS, 562 Villages,36699 HHs, to be implemented from 2016-17 to 2021-22.
  • Convergence: Funds to the tune of Rs. 64.44 crores has been sourced from various schemes during last 3 years through convergence
  • OPELIP: Govt. of Odisha has approved replication of OTELP model for development of PTGs in 1019 villages with project outlay of Rs.749.9 crore.
  • OTELP Phase-III: Govt. of Odisha has planned to replicate OTELP model in 118 TSP blocks of 12 districts.
For more details please visit dedicated website www.otelp.org
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