Inclusive Supply Chain and Enterprise Development

Enhancing productivity and marketing capacity of farmers and organizing them to compete in key markets, through inclusive supply chain development, enterprise promotion and market linkage.

AT A GLANCE

COMPONENT OUTPUT

  • 50,000 households increase real net income by 40%.
  • Aggregate value of products sold by producers increases by 50%.
  • Multi-stakeholder Cluster Platforms (MSPs) established, functional and self-sustaining in 90% of clusters.
  • 5,000 rural entrepreneurs expand their existing business (at least 30% increase in income) or create new one that still operates after 2 years.
  • Production and Marketing Support to 1200 Rural POs/PGs

COVERAGE

  • 167 Clusters & 485 Sub-Clusters
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COMPONENT BUDGET

IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY

01. MOBILIZATION
Sensitization, mobilization of farmers and formation of Producer Groups with 10-20 members and 1 member per household; Organizing Multi-stakeholder platforms to identify priority products.

02. CLUSTERING
167 Clusters and 485 sub-clusters across all 11 districts of the state identified based on priorities of farmers; Clustering enables project to implement intensified interventions in each cluster.

Processing, value addition, marketing and market linkage support to farmers including investment in processing and market infrastructure.

03. BUSINESS PLAN
Stock taking, gap analysis of existing setup of the farmers and support in preparation of financially viable and market oriented business plans.

04. SUPPORT FUNDING
Support funding and training to farmers in project clusters and to service providers, traders and other market players to enable access by farmers to supply chain.

01. MOBILIZATION
Sensitization, mobilization of farmers and formation of Producer Groups with 10-20 members and 1 member per household; Organizing Multi-stakeholder platforms to identify priority products.

04. SUPPORT FUNDING
Support funding and training to farmers in project clusters and to service providers, traders and other market players to enable access by farmers to supply chain.

FARM TO MARKET
Processing, value addition, marketing and market linkage support to farmers including investment in processing and market infrastructure.

02. CLUSTERING
167 Clusters and 485 sub-clusters across all 11 districts of the state identified based on priorities of farmers; Clustering enables project to implement intensified interventions in each cluster.

03. BUSINESS PLAN
Stock taking, gap analysis of existing setup of the farmers and support in preparation of financially viable and market oriented business plans.

MAJOR PRODUCT CLUSTERS

161

Piggery

58

Black Pepper

12

Bayleaf

17

Potato/ OSV

06

Sericulture

23

Pineapple

04

Pineapple

09

Banana

02

Scented Rice

38

Cashew

73

Ginger

KEY INTERVENTIONS

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SNAPSHOT OF ACHIEVEMENTS (isc)

168

Multi-Stakeholder Platforms (MSPs) conducted

1418

Producer Groups Formed

281

Service Providers / Service Provider Groups

77

Collective Marketing Centres (CMC) established

360

Group Facilitators

INR 154 LAKHS

Supply Chain Fund released under Windows 1 and 2

226

Kilometres of Roads Constructed

INR 7569 LAKHS

Amount Sanctioned for Roads Construction