Goat rearing project:-
* Valerie THIBAULT
* Susanta BEHERA, The OLIVE ORISSA
Goat Rearing & Livelihood Project :-
ORISSA, one of the poorest state in india :
*47% of people below the poverty line
*Extremely affected by climate change.
* Lack of access to productive assets and financial resources, illiteracy, limited health care and access to social system
* Microenterprise not enough developed.
* Women are the most disadvantaged.
ORISSA, one of the poorest state in india:-
The Olive Orissa does a great job!
* Since 2003
* Objective: to facilitate for self-sufficiency and development of all irrespective of caste, religion and gender
* Focus on vulnerable remote rural areas of Orissa
* Projects about health care, education, skills training, micro credit, food relief, relief to victims of natural calamities
The Olive Orissa does a great job!:-
How was this project developed? :-
1st Cooperation in 2009 as a volunteer.
Decision to build a project together at the beginning of 2015.
Different alternatives studied::-
improvement of the living standards
A project adapted to the needs of the community::-
Small land required
Not dependent on climatic conditions
Natural resources can be easily used as feed
Market demand for goat meat is increasing a lot (expected to be 5 times higher within next decade)
Tribal women like to take care of animals
The beneficiaries will get experience in this field and can then share this knowledge with other
A self sustained project: the first year
A self sustained project::-
The first beneficiaries can, from the second year onwards, pursue the project independently
each year they can sell 1-2 goats to cover the costs of the following year, and keep the rest
no money to be injected after that
new beneficiaries each year
The Olive Orissa will follow up the project and ensure some training and organisation
Who are the beneficiaries?
* No restriction of the project regarding age, ethnic origin, nationality or religious or political affiliation
* Target: poor tribal women because often unemployed and poor
The risks are taken into account
* Help of Dr Guru Prasad Mohanty and Dr Susanta Kumar Das, professors in Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology
* Training about the way to take care of goats (feed, clean shed, assist birth of new goats…)
* Vaccination and deworming schedule
* Theft of goats limited by constant care
* Supplemental food
What are the benefits for the community?
* Gives satisfaction to beneficiaries
* Show example and give motivation to children
What are the costs involved?
* ETWA will only cover for the costs for the first year, then self sustained
How is the project managed
* Start from October 2015
* Manager is Olive Orissa, especially Susanta BEHERA
decide vaccination schedule
supervise shed construction
Thanks for your attention!
Budget for the 2nd year
|Income after 1st year-sale of 50male goats on the market Denkhanal||2150|
|Income after 1st year-sale of 14female goats(if necessary)||301|