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PC-I

Part A
Code no. for Project :(To be filled in by Planning Commission) NAME OF THE PROJECT Authorities Responsible i) Sponsoring ii) Execution iii) Operation and Maintenance
Government of NWFP through Agriculture Sector Programme Loan (ASPL) from A.D.B. Director General Agriculture Extension N.W.F.P, Peshawar. Through Executive District Officer Agriculture / District Officer Agri. Extension and DOA of other concerned departments where model villages will be established. 4 Years (2004-2005 to 2006-2008) ESTABLISHMENT OF VILLAGES IN N.W.F.P. EIGHT MODEL

Time required for completion of the Project 4. a) i) Plan Provision

If the project is included in the current five year plan, specify the actual location. Not applicable If not included in the current plan, how is it now proposed to be accommodated (Inter/intra-Sectorial allocation or other resources may be indicated). Not applicable If the project is proposed to be financed out of block provision for a programme, indicate: Total Block Provision Amount already Amount proposed Balance Available committed for this project Not applicable

ii)

iii)

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If the project is not in the Plan, what warrants its inclusion in the Plan: Not applicable

5. Relationship of the project with the objectives of the sector. Indicate the contribution of the project, quantify if possible, to the targets in the Five Year Plan, and the names of other projects (whether sanctioned or under preparation) which would form part of an Integrated Programme within the sector. The scheme is directly related to the objectives of the Agriculture sector i.e. self sufficiency in food, through learning and adoption of new improved technology for obtaining higher production. Eight model villages will be established in different localities. Executive District Officer Agriculture and District Officer Agriculture Extension and District Officer Livestock & Dairy Development and others of the concerned district will prepare base line survey in respect of the selected villages. Those villages will be selected which have potential for development. No political interference in selecting a village is allowed. The model village will be selected by a committee comprised of: 1234567Executive District Officer Agriculture. District Officer Agriculture Extension. District Officer Livestock & Dairy Development. District Officer Water Management. District Officer Soil Conservation. President Farm Services Centre. District Kissan Councilor.

The District of work are:123456786. Kohat. Bannu. D.I.Khan. Nowshera. Swabi. Mansehra. Lower Dir. Shangla.

Capital cost of the Project (in million rupees): Local cost Foreign exchange cost Total: 24.240 -24.240

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Annual recurring expenditure after completion (in million Rs.) Local cost Foreign exchange cost Total: 8. Objectives of the Project:The project will include the following objectives as per sector concerned Nil Nil Nil

in the district. I. Agriculture Extension

Agriculture Extension department at district level is available to run the activities for establishing a model village which will serve as a representative of Agriculture Development in the area. The main objectives relating to Agriculture Extension are: Lay out of crop Demonstration Plots and Seed Multiplication Plots with the farmers in order to introduce improved technology containing improved cultivars, and in this connection Field days and farmer,s training in the village will also be held. Developing an organization of farmers by the help of Agriculture Extension at village site and also development of village development plan with the consultation of all the stake holders. Developing a set up and a chain for regular supply of agriculture inputs to farmers at their door steps with the active participation of Farm Services Centers members. Making necessary arrangement for introduction of improved farm machinery and introduction of improved implements. Motivation of farmers to lay out fruit orchards and management of existing fruit orchards and also establishment of model fruit orchards in the village. Land leveling operational work through, tractors, bulldozers and manual. Formation of village development committee, organizing meeting and providing training to the progressive farmers of the village. Introduction of off season vegetables in the area and also introduction of Plastic tunnel technology. Preparation of seasonal Calendar for agriculture crops, fruit and vegetables with the participation of farming community and bearing in mind the local profile of the village. Control of insects pests and diseases through IPM/ICM techniques. Development of extension package by utilizing the latest result of Research System.

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Introduction of income generation scheme at village level such as Mushroom cultivation, Kitchen Gardening, fruit and vegetables preservation, Beekeeping and poultry. Soil Conservation and On Farm Management.

II.

Measures for soil and water conservation to improve resource management including spur, protection dams, water ponds, check dams and training in better management practices. Soil conservation and On Farm Water Management Department will help in this matter. The Soil Conservation and Water Management will prepare work plan after discussion with the Village Development Committee in a PRA exercise. III. iLivestock and Dairy Development Department. Livestock improvement Programme. Measures will be adapted for producing livestock through breed improvement by artificial insemination for milk, meat and wool etc.
iiLivestock Hygiene.

Livestock Hygienic is the most important task which will be covered by the I.DD by timely provision of medicines.
iiiPoultry Development.

Poultry is the basic need of each and every individual, in the villages the poultry birds are often dead due to disease, and Steps will be adapted to introduce quality flocks and making every possible step for disease control. Training of farmers in livestock management and poultry. Training of farmers in vaccination. The Livestock Department will prepare work plan after discussion with the Village Development Committee in a PRA exercise.

Prepared by

Horticulturist Directorate General Agriculture (Extension) NWFP, Peshawar.

Checked by

(Syed Zakir Ali Shah) Director General Agriculture (Extension) NWFP, Peshawar.

Approved by

Secretary to Govt. of NWFP, Agriculture, Livestock and Cooperation Department, Peshawar.

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PART B
PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND FINANCING 9. Location of project: Kohat, Bannu, D.I.Khan, Nowshera, Swabi, Mansehra, Lower Dir and Shangla.

Area and population to be covered by the centres. Income and social characteristics of population to be provided service. Not Applicable. 10. Existing facilities: Detail of existing extension work in the public and private sector. Number of activities/demonstration farms established so far and results obtained from such efforts. Basic infrastructure and organizational set up of agriculture Extension Department /Livestock dairy development and all other department exist at district level. EDO Agriculture will coordinate effectively as head of agriculture in the district set up. The field staff of all the departments will conduct the activities in model village and ensures a positive change in the field. Moreover a base line survey will also be carried out in the field in order to assess the change after the completion of the project The proforma for base line survey is given as annexure-I. The committee for survey will be comprised of Agricultural Officer concerned, Livestock and Dairy Development officer, Water Management officer, Soil Conservation officer and Kissan councilor or his representative. The stake holders will also develop criteria for the sustainability of activities in village in future. 11. 11.1. Description and justification of the Project. Background.

Model area concept was developed in early times. In this connection first meeting of all the related departments was held at Director General Agriculture Extension office in 1989 to develop model area in Divisions of Mardan, Peshawar, Kohat and Dera Ismail Khan in the first phase and in next Kharif season in divisions of Malakanad and Hazara. This concept worked but it did not remain in intact. After declaration of Namli Mera as a model village by the Governor NWFP during his visit on 10.10.2001 and subsequent visit of Minister Agriculture on 19th and 20th August 2001,the green sector conducted a diagnostic survey to conduct activities in the model village. The activities took place at the spot and all the stake holders worked in sincerity and the model village. If this model is replicated then it will be a success story for the areas where the Model village locates because seeing is believing nature of the farmers to develop trust which inspire them for further improvement.

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Justification.

The present mandate of Agriculture Extension is to transfer improved technology for increasing productivity level of all cultivated crops, fruits and vegetables etc. Efforts are also being made to improve the quality of farm produce so as to make them more attractive, having better keeping quality, more resistant to diseases and pests, thereby fetching high price per unit weight in market. The establishment of Model village will have a demonstration effects on the adjacent villages and the farmers of these villages will start improving their socio-economic conditions through their own resources. After the success story of the present project the exercise/experiment can be replicated one in each union council.

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PART C PROJECT REQUIREMENTS 25. a Staffing Staff is available for the conducting the activity. Manpower i Professional and Technical. No special manpower is need

ii Administrative, Executive and Managerial The project will run by the Existing District level staff available at all places. iii Clerical iv Scales. v Services vi Skills vii Unskilled viii Others b c d Likely Shortage of Manpower by occupation Steps to be taken to assure availability of manpower Approximate Numbers of persons required to be trained per year (Locally and abroad) and kind of skills to be learnt. Give total capital outlay; give the capital cost of mobilizing and workers for one shift. Physical and Other facility required for the Project Minimum total requirements for A) execution to be completed for the major items costing more than 10% of the total cost. B) Details of break up includes in. Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable

Not Applicable

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Not Applicable Annexure-II

Annexure II to VII

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ANNEXURE-II

STATEMENT SHOWING PHYSCIAL TARGET OF ACTIVITIES FOR FOUR YEARS IN EIGHT DISTRICTS OF NWFP.

ACTIVITY

IST YEAR

2ND YEAR 3RD YEAR 4TH YEAR

TOTAL

Establishment of Model Villages in NWFP

Total

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ANNEXURE-III

STATEMENT SHOWING PHYSICAL TARGET FOR FOUR YEARS, TO BE ACHIEVED FOR VARIOUS ACTIVITIES IN MODEL VILLAGES.

ACTIVITY 1-Agri:Extension

Ist Year

2nd Year

3rd Year

4th year

Total

Layout of D/plots and SMP plots Lay out of model fruit orchards Field days Farmers trainings. Formation of Village Development Committee Preparation of Village Development map. Development of extension packages. 11. Soil conservation and On Farm Management (Activities after selection ofl village). III. Livestock and dairy development Activitgies after selection of village.

160

160

160

160

640

20

3 4 5

16 16 16

16 16 16

16 16 16

16 16 16

64 64 64

In 8 m.v

In 8 m.v

In 8 m.v

In 8 m.v

In 8 m.v

In 8 m.v

In 8 m.v

In 8 M.v

In 8 M.v

In 8 m.v

Base line survey

8 m.v

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In 8 m v

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ANNEXURE-IV

STATEMENT SHOWING TOTAL EXPENDITURE FOR FOUR YEARS TO BE INCURRED ON MODEL VILLAGES IN DIFFERENT SECTORS.

ITEM OF EXPENDITURE

Ist Year

2nd Year

3rd Year

4th year

Total Amount

Establishment of Model villages

6.060

6.060

6.060

6.060

24.240

Total

6.060

6.060

0.060

6.060

24.240

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ANNEXURE-V DETAIL OF FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FOUR YEARS FOR MODEL VILLAGES SECTOR WISE.

ITEM OFEXPENDITURE

Ist year

2nd Year

3rd year

4th year

Total Amount

Agriculture Extension

2.06-0

2.060

2.060

2.060

8.240

Livestock and Dairy Development.

1.900

2.000

2.000

2.000

7.900

Soil Conservation and On Farm Water Management.

1.900

2.000

2.000

2.000

7.900

Base Line Survey

0.200

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0.200

Total

6.060

6.060

6.060

6.060

24.240

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ANNEXURE-VI STATEMENT SHOWING SECTOR-WISE FINANCIAL REQUIREMENT ON VARIOUS ACTIVITIES.


# ITEM OF EXPENDITURE Ist year 2nd Year 3rd year 4th year Total Amount

1. Agriculture Extension 1 Layout of D/plots and SMP plots Layout of model fruit orchards. Field days Farmers trainings. Formation of Village Development Committee. Preparation of Village Development map. Development of Extension packages. Agriculture machinery Precision land leveling. Total II Soil Conservation and On Farm Water Management. Lump sum provision. III Livestock and poultry development. Base Line survey. Grand Total 1.900 1.900 1.900 1.900 1.900 1.900 1.900 1.900 7.9000 7.900 0.320 0.320 0.320 0.320 1.280

0.008

0.008

0.008

0.008

0.032

3 4 5

0.064 0.080 0.064

0.064 0.080 0.064

0.064 0.080 0.064

0.064 0.080 0.064

0.025 0.320 0.025

0.008

0.008

0.008

0.008

0.032

0.016

0.016

0.016

0.016

0.064

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1.000 0.500 2.060

1.000 0.500 2.060

1.000 0.500 2.060

1.000 0.500 2.060

4.000 2.000 8.240

IV

0.200 6.060

0.200 6.060

0.200 6.060

0.200 6.060

0.200 24.240

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ANNEXURE-VII. 1. 1. AGRICULTURE EXTENSION Detail showing cost of D/Plot per plot of one acre Rs.400/Rs.1600/Rs.2000/Detail showing cost of model fruit orchard of one acre Rs.1600/-

Seed of seed Fertilizer Total 2.

Cost of fruit plant 3. Cost 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Detail showing cost of one farmers training Detail for Formation of Village Development Committee. Detail forDevelopment ofVillage map/plan cost. Detail forExtension package Development /Package Agriculture Machianery one tractor with implements. Precision land leveling to be assessed at spot. Detail showing cost of one field day.

Rs. 4000/Rs. 15000/Rs.4000/Rs.8000/Rs. 2000/Rs.1.000 million Lump sum Lump sum Lump sum --

Soil conservation and On Farm Water Management. III. IV. Livestock and Dairy Development. After formation of Development Committee and preparation of Development map. Ist each sector will submit work plan according to priority lists prepared in the PRA exercise.

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