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MEWAT AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (MADP)

(1995-96 TO 2004-05)

(EXTERNALLY AIDED PROJECT--FUNDED BY IFAD, ROME)

The Implementation Committee of Mewat Development Board, in its meeting held on 13.12.1990, had emphasized the need to attract funds from outside agencies/organizations for the speedy development of Mewat region. The MDA has provided massive infrastructure in the region. But peoples` participation in development efforts was lacking. Having realized it, MDA formulated a Project proposal for financial assistance to socio-economic development of the area with full peoples participation and submitted to the International Funds for Agriculture Development (IFAD), Rome for consideration. The Mewat Area Development Project was approved by the IFAD Executive Board on 7.4.1995. The initial period of the Project was 7 years effective from the year 1995-96 to 31.3.2003. However, it was extended upto 31st March, 2005 and the project closed on 31.3.2005. Total Project cost was US$ 22.28 million. The MDA has executed the schemes of Project through Line Departments and specialized Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). The Area of operation of the Project was all six blocks of Mewat region. The main objectives were;

        Improve the economic and social well being of Mewat community.

        Promote gender self-reliance a sustainable basis and

        Broaden the range of economic opportunities available to the Community.

In order to achieve these objectives the project was divided into two main categories economic activities and social development.

Project Cost (In Indian Rupees 000)

S.N.

Component

Total Project Cost (Original)

State Share

External Assistance

Beneficiaries Share

1.

Soil & Water Conservation

126141.75

48884.85

64641.15

12615.75

2.

Canal Irrigation

110303.55

36001.35

64940.40

9361.80

3.

Arable Crop Development

21653.10

3298.05

18355.05

--

4.

Horticulture Development

17737.65

2794.05

14877.45

66.15

5.

Livestock Development

54346.95

9676.80

44670.15

--

6.

Off-farm Enterprises

84646.80

25215.75

59431.05

--

7.

Development Support Communication

12247.20

3487.05

8760.15

--

8.

Community Development

117923.40

16546.95

101376.45

--

9.

Formal Education

31585.05

3792.60

27792.45

--

10.

Rural Water Supply

91980.00

31758.30

60221.70

--

11.

Mewat Development Agency

32000.85

27367.20

4633.65

--

12.

Project Evaluation

1392.30

--

1392.30

--

 

Total

701958.60

208822.95

471091.95

22043.70

Programme Implementation Schedule (Financial) (Rs. in lacs)

S.N.

Year

Total Amount

State Share

External Assistance

1

1995-96

200.00

65.80

134.20

2

1996-97

1578.00

519.16

1058.84

3

1997-98

1356.00

446.12

909.88

4

1998-99

1062.00

349.40

712.60

5

1999-00

850.00

279.65

570.35

6

2000-01

1600.00

526.40

1073.60

7

2001-02

2538.50

835.17

1703.33

8.

2002-03

2054.00

675.77

1378.23

9.

2003-04

1165.00

490.53

674.47

10.

2004-05

726.57

215.79

487.52

Allocation of Financial Resources for different components (USD 000)

S.N.

Sub-Component

Total Provision

Amount of State Share

External Assistance

Beneficiaries Share

1.

Civil Works

10015.70

3665.30

6350.40

--

2.

Training, TA & Studies

5238.50

362.90

4875.60

--

3.

Salaries

1306.90

1306.90

--

--

4.

Vehicles

399.00

151.80

247.20

--

5.

Office Equipments

3107.80

52.40

3055.40

--

6.

Operations

1516.60

1089.90

426.60

--

7.

Irrigation Maintenance

699.80

--

--

699.80

 

Total

22284.30

6629.30

14955.20

699.80

Year-wise plan outlay, expenditure & reimbursement received (Rs. in lacs)

S.N.

Year

Plan Outlay

R.E.

Sanctions Issued/ Funds Released

Actual Exp.

Amt. Of claims submitted

Reimbursement likely to be

Received ACA

Pending

1

1995-96

602.07

200.00

200.00

92.42

3.79

2.46

 

 

2

1996-97

1578.00

1578.00

1578.00

383.37

218.47

155.24

 

 

3

1997-98

1662.00

1356.00

--

870.38

600.00

402.87

 

 

4

1998-99

1170.00

1062.00

500.00

740.32

826.70

550.22

 

 

5

1999-00

1600.00

850.00

400.00

440.40

659.65

408.37

 

 

6

2000-01

1600.00

1600.00

1600.00

812.61

794.13

514.52

 

 

7

2001-02

1600.00

2538.50

1600.00

2258.82

670.11

460.37

 

 

8

2002-03

2054.00

2054.00

2054.00

1833.11

2621.04

1778.83

-

 

9.

2003-04

1165.00

1165.00

800.00

779.35

1284.00

851.65

 

 

10

2004-05

726.57

726.57

191.00

755.42

1196.88

949.21

 

 

 

Total

--

--

8923.00

8886.20

8874.77

6073.77

5508.00

566.00

Component-wise Expenditure made under IFAD-MADP (1995-96 to 2004-05) (Rs. in lacs)

S.N.

Name of Scheme

Project Outlay

Expenditure

(1995-96 to 2004-05)

1.

2.

3.

4.

A.

ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES

 

 

1.

Soil & Water Conservation

1262.00

1271.71

2.

Canal Irrigation Development

1103.00

1236.32

3.

Arable Crop Development

217.00

185.23

4.

Horticulture Development

177.00

286.77

5.

Live Stock Development

543.00

626.19

6.

Off-Farm Enterprises

846.00

357.10

 

Total A

4148.00

3963.32

B.

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

 

 

1.

Development Support Communication

122.00

56.75

2.

Community Development

1179.00

839.92

3.

Formal Education

316.00

804.89

4.

Rural Water Supply

920.00

2632.27

 

Total B

2537.00

4333.83

C.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

 

 

1.

Mewat Development Agency

320.00

554.63

2.

Project Evaluation

14.00

32.42

 

Total C

334.00

589.05

 

Grand Total (A+B+C)

7019.00

8886.20

Progress on achievement of Physical Milestones under IFAD-MADP

S.N.

Component/Activity

Unit

Project

Target

Cumulative Achievements since 1995-96 to 31.3.2005

 

1.

2.

3.

4.

I.

SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION

 

 

 

i.

Field Bunding

Ha.

11500

1071

ii.

Check Dam

No.

1750

1048

iii.

Gully Plugs

No.

220

361

iv.

Diversion Bunds

No.

150

396

v.

Percolation Ponds

No.

100

248

vi.

Village Ponds

No.

100

239

vii.

Soil Reclamation

Ha.

900

834

viii.

Leveling

Ha.

-

23

ix.

Installation of Psysiomalric tubes

Ha.

-

2

x.

Development Panchayat Waste Land

Ha.

-

127

xi.

Training/Study Tour

Person

-

1054

2.

CANAL IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

i.

Nuh Sub Branch

Km.

-

9.39

ii

Banarsi Distributory Canal Rehabilitation

Km.

17

17.00 Km

iii.

Umra Minor Canal

Km.

10

11.97

iv.

Gangwani Minor Canal

Km.

12

14.40

v.

Sadipur Minor Canal

Km.

17

8.90

vi.

Saral Minor Canal

Km.

3

-

vii.

Tigaon Minor Canal

Km.

10

-

viii.

Dabalu Minor Canal

Km.

10.21

11.48

ix.

Ladmaki Minor Canal

Km.

3

-

x.

Hinganpur Drain

Km.

7

4.50

3.

ARABLE CROP DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

I.

FARM DEMONSTRATION

 

 

 

i.

Mustard & Millet

No.

650

9880

ii.

Wheat

No.

200

702

iii.

Intercropping with Millet

No.

700

-

iv.

Double Cropping

No.

350

360

v.

Multiple Cropping

No.

700

540

vi.

Moong

No.

-

600

vii.

Lentil

No.

-

270

viii.

Sugarcane

No.

-

50

ix.

Guar

No.

-

600

x.

Cotton

No.

-

34

xi.

Spray on Mustard

No.

5500

3100

xii.

Control of Grass hopper

Acre

-

1000

xiii.

Gypsum

Tons.

-

979

xiv.

Green Manuring

No.

-

1528

xv.

Soyabeen

No.

-

1295

xvi.

Integrated Pest Management

Village

-

20

xvii

Arhar

No.

-

900

xviii

Ground Nut

No.

-

70

xix.

Barley

No.

 

444

xx.

Bio-Fertilizers

No.

-

17460

II.

On-Farm Research Trials

No.

700

423

III.

Training/Study Tour

Person

1680

7133

4.

HORTICULTURE DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

i.

Development of Nurseries

No.

2

1

ii.

Demonstration of Vegetables/Mini kits

No.

1200

14286

iii.

Demonstration of Fruit Plants

No.

80

500

iv.

Sprinklers

Sets

50

-

v.

Drip Irrigation System

Sets

10

10

vi.

Distribution of mini Kits of Plants

Farmers

-

10571

vii.

Flower Demonstration

No.

-

100

viii.

Mushroom Demonstration

No.

-

46

ix.

Food Processing Training

Trainee

-

2128

x.

Medicinal Plants

No.

-

393

xi.

Training in vegetable/Fruit/Aromatic & Medicinal Plants/ Floriculture Production

Person

480

3958

xii.

Planting Material

Plants

-

20000

5.

LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

1.

Rehabilitation of Animal Health & Breeding Services

 

 

 

i.

Livestock Dev. Complexes

No.

8

6

ii.

Mini Livestock Dev. Complexes

No.

15

9

iii.

Mobile Livestock Dev.-Cum-Supervision Units

No.

2

1

iv.

Mass Deworming

Animals

175000

162058

v.

Mass Mineral Supplementation

-do-

70000

59893

vi.

Purchase of Nitrogen Jars

No.

-

145

vii.

Feed Resource Augmentation

Plots

1300

344

viii.

No. of Mini Dairies

Unit

360

36

ix.

Dairy Marketing Coop.

Coop.

60

225

x.

FMD Vaccine

No.

-

15000

xi.

Mobile Laboratory

No.

-

-

xii.

MPCC secret airy Training

Person

-

120

xiii.

MPCS members exposure

Person

-

339

xiv.

Godown

No.

-

1

xv.

Milk Booth

No.

-

8

xvi.

Electro Testo-Meter

No.

-

50

xvii

Chilling Centre

No.

-

2

xviii

Delivery Van

No.

-

1

xix.

Training/Study Tours

No.

425

4925 Person

6.

Off-farm Enterprises

 

 

 

i.

Technical Training to youth

Trainee

4750

11813

ii.

Potential studies

Survey

9

2

7.

Development Support Communication

 

 

 

i.

Training to Govt./NGO Staff

Person

447

141

ii.

NGO refresher courses

Trainee

175

262

iii.

MDA News Letter

No.

-

31

iv.

Awareness through non conventional media

village

-

392

8.

Community & Women Development

 

 

 

I.

Training

 

 

 

i.

Midwives/Barefoot Nurses

Person

2500

586

ii.

Panchayat Raj Member (Women)

No.

-

996

iii.

Sahelis/Animators/ Book Writer

Person

500

5702

iv.

Gender Sensitization Course

-do-

300

380

v.

Gender Sensitization Workshop

No.

54

5257 Person

vi.

SHG Training

Person

-

62562

vii.

Federation

Person

-

16868

viii.

Dais Training

Person

-

384

ix.

SHG Exposure

Person

-

-

x.

Community Resource Team

Person

-

-

xi.

Coverage Training

Person

-

253

II.

Matching Grant to SHG

No.

-

1527

III.

Matching Funds to SHG

No.

-

4996

IV.

Mahila Sammelan

No.

-

11

V.

TV Dish Antenna

No.

-

78

VI.

Corpus Fund

No.

-

6

VII.

Literacy programme to SHG members

Members

-

11971

9.

Formal Education

 

 

 

i.

Construction

Rooms

30

59

ii.

School Building

No.

-

1

iii.

Furniture

School

30

1

iv.

Teachers Training

Batch

6

4

v.

CDP

Centre

-

569

vi.

Mobile Health

Village

-

185

vii.

Health camps

No.

-

105

viii.

Recycling Plant

No.

-

2

ix.

Sports

Block

-

6

x.

Financial Assistant to Girls Hostel

Students

-

149

10.

RURAL WATER SUPPLY

 

 

 

i.

Boosting Stations

No.

90

48

ii.

Tube wells

No.

100

321

iii.

Pipelines

Km.

185

659

iv.

Generating Sets

No.

-

26

v.

Desalination Plants

No.

-

3

vi.

Water Harvesting Scheme

No.

-

58

11.

RESEARCH STUDIES/PROJECT EVALUATION

 

 

 

i.

Base Line Survey

Survey

1

1

ii.

Mid -Term Review

Study

1

-

iii.

Topical Evaluation Studies

Study

7

3

iv.

Special Study (Market of fruit & Vegetables)

Study

1

-

v.

Salinity/water logging Study

Study

1

1

vi.

Water Resource Study

Study

1

-

vii.

IPSOS Study

Study

-

1

viii.

Project Completion Report

Study

-

1

 

Total

 

12

6