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Integrated tribal devp prog carried out at Malivita

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GUWAHATI, June 9 - The second phase of the NABARD-supported Integrated Tribal Development Programme - BAGAN Project, Promotion/Mobilisation programme was conducted by Bosco Reach Out recently at Malivita of Sidli block in Chirang district, following the concept of �wadi� (small orchard) model of tribal development, which was successfully conducted in the first phase in 22 villages of Malivita VCDC, a press release stated.

The programme was inaugurated by the chief guest Gautam Talukdar, Deputy Commissioner, Chirang district. Fr. A Jayaprakash the Executive Director of Bosco Reach Out Guwahati and Leena Mohurle, AGM, NABARD, Assam Regional Office, Guwahati were present in the programme. More than 80 farmers� families of Malivita VCDC were present.

Fr. A Jayaprakash in his welcome speech thanked the participants for their cooperation and wished them great success of the project. He explained the mission, vision and outreach of the BRO. The keynote address was given by Minku Das, Programme Coordinator of Bosco Reach Out Guwahati. She explained the TDF project concept which comprises various components such as livelihood, soil conservation, water resource development, other livelihood avenues�piggery, training and capacity building, community health, women development, community school. Leena Mohurle AGM, NABARD, Assam addressed the farmers and explained the ambition of NABARD towards development of tribal population of the country and assured them of providing assistance in the near future.

Gautam Talukdar, Deputy Commissioner, Chirang district explained the role of district administration in development of the villages in terms of health, education, infrastructure, law and order etc. He also explained the schemes of drinking water supply in the Indo-Bhutan border with CSR approach. He thanked NABARD and Bosco Reach Out for reaching out to underprivileged tribal families with a holistic project concept.

At the end of programme, 100 water wheels were distributed among women beneficiaries under �women drudgery reduction� head of the women development component in the first phase. In Malivita area, village wise drinking water supply is provided by the local government and from a single point. Usually women carry water in jars to their houses. To reduce their drudgery, water wheels were provided to them.

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Integrated tribal devp prog carried out at Malivita

GUWAHATI, June 9 - The second phase of the NABARD-supported Integrated Tribal Development Programme - BAGAN Project, Promotion/Mobilisation programme was conducted by Bosco Reach Out recently at Malivita of Sidli block in Chirang district, following the concept of �wadi� (small orchard) model of tribal development, which was successfully conducted in the first phase in 22 villages of Malivita VCDC, a press release stated.

The programme was inaugurated by the chief guest Gautam Talukdar, Deputy Commissioner, Chirang district. Fr. A Jayaprakash the Executive Director of Bosco Reach Out Guwahati and Leena Mohurle, AGM, NABARD, Assam Regional Office, Guwahati were present in the programme. More than 80 farmers� families of Malivita VCDC were present.

Fr. A Jayaprakash in his welcome speech thanked the participants for their cooperation and wished them great success of the project. He explained the mission, vision and outreach of the BRO. The keynote address was given by Minku Das, Programme Coordinator of Bosco Reach Out Guwahati. She explained the TDF project concept which comprises various components such as livelihood, soil conservation, water resource development, other livelihood avenues�piggery, training and capacity building, community health, women development, community school. Leena Mohurle AGM, NABARD, Assam addressed the farmers and explained the ambition of NABARD towards development of tribal population of the country and assured them of providing assistance in the near future.

Gautam Talukdar, Deputy Commissioner, Chirang district explained the role of district administration in development of the villages in terms of health, education, infrastructure, law and order etc. He also explained the schemes of drinking water supply in the Indo-Bhutan border with CSR approach. He thanked NABARD and Bosco Reach Out for reaching out to underprivileged tribal families with a holistic project concept.

At the end of programme, 100 water wheels were distributed among women beneficiaries under �women drudgery reduction� head of the women development component in the first phase. In Malivita area, village wise drinking water supply is provided by the local government and from a single point. Usually women carry water in jars to their houses. To reduce their drudgery, water wheels were provided to them.