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									Environmental Management
for Sustainable Rural

   Environment Management Framework
   for Poverty Alleviation Projects
   Providing environment management support to the
    State Government’s initiatives supported by World
    Bank to enable rural poor to improve their
    livelihoods through their own organizations
   CEE is Environment Agency for
       Indira Kranthi Patham (Andhra Pradesh District
        Poverty Initiatives Project - APDPIP and Andhra
        Pradesh Rural Poverty Reduction Project APRPRP)
       Vazhndhu Kaatuvom (Tamil Nadu Empowerment
        and Poverty Reduction Project - TNEPRP)
In other states…
   Developed Environment
    Management Framework
    (EMF) for Bihar Rural
    Livelihoods Project (BRLP)
   Conducted Environment
    Audit and Supervisions for
    Chhattisgarh District
    Poverty reduction
    Programme (CDPRP) and
    Rajasthan District Poverty
    Initiatives Project (RDPIP)
Environment Management
Framework (EMF)
   Objectives:
     To ensure that neither the livelihoods of the
      poor nor the environment are compromised
     Explore possibilities of making efforts to
      improve livelihoods as well as conservation of
      the environment complimentary so that there
      are sustained benefits from the development
      activities initiated
     To promote eco friendly livelihood activities
Components of EMF

 Environmental Assessment (EA) : Process
  of identifying any negative impact of
  livelihood activity on local natural
  resources and suggesting alternatives
 Proactive Interventions: Encouraging
  activities having complimentary
  relationship with environment
                  Proposal for livelihood activity by the community

                                                                             CEE provides training for
                           Screening by District Office                      District Office

                                                                           CEE developed material and
                               Level Decision                              tools for assessment and
                                                                           provided training

  Level 0                    Level 1                      Level 2

                                                 Assessment by                   CEE provided training
Proposal can be        Assessment by AT                                          and material for ERG
sanctioned                                       Environmental
                                                 Resource Group

                                                                      Monitoring by CEE and convergence
                       Implementation                                 with line departments during the
                                                                      monitoring visits and follow up
Environmental Assessment (EA)
 Components of EA:
  Capacity building

  EA Tools for livelihood activities

  IEC Materials

  Monitoring (Supervision Visit)
Capacity Building
Capacity building at State level

   For Project
     Trainings for the
       DPMU staff and
       Resource Group
       (ERG) Members,
        Main trainings

        Refresher
Capacity Building at District level
   Community: Community
    Resource Persons (CRPs),
    Zilla Samaikya (ZS)
    members, Manadal
    Samaikya (MS) members,
    Village Organization (VO)
    members, Beneficiaries
     Facilitation during main
       trainings for CRPs
     During supervision
       visits to ZS, MS, VO
       and beneficiaries
     Training Area
       Coordinators (ACs)
       during supervision visit
    Environmental Assessment Tools
   Checks the compliance of the
    proposed activity with the
    World Bank safeguard policies
    and relevant rules and
    regulations of Government
   Identifies the common
    practices and suggests
    alternatives wherever required
   Developed for different kinds
    of activities and for different
    use groups
Parts of an EA Tool
   Over view of the tool
     Natural resource – Impact

     Impact – Mitigation Measures

     Indicators for Mitigation Measures

     Available support for mitigation measures

   Levels of Assessment
   Dos and don’ts
   Details of Mitigation Measures
Level                  Details                   Activities for which tools are
Level 0   Doesn’t depend on or use any          Rural Insurance, Readymade Garments
          natural resource directly, doesn’t    and embroidery
          adversely impact any natural
          resource, detailed assessment not
Level 1   Marginal or short-term impact or Bamboo baskets ,Food preparation, Land
          positive impact on the           development, Cashew Vegetables,
          environment                      Groundnut, Paddy, Dairy, NTFP, Cattle
                                           sheds, Woodchips cutting, Pottery,
                                           Washing powder, Fish pickle unit
Level 2   Significant or irreversible or       Brick making, Sheep rearing, Bore well,
          long-term negative impact            Check dam, Power laundry, Country
                                               bricks, Leather
Level 3   Severe adverse environmental         Not yet come
          impact, which cannot be
          mitigated within a feasible
          timeframe and budget
IEC Materials
For Indira Kranthi Patham – Andhra
 Handbooks on proactive
   agricultural technologies
   or practices
    Cropping Systems
    Soil and Water
    Organic Nutrient
    Non Chemical Pest
Community awareness materials

    A set of 10 posters
     on process of EMF
     and issues in most
     common livelihoods
     and mitigation
Flip charts

   Four flip charts on
     Livestock and

     Non Chemical Pest

      Management (NPM)
     Drought

     Integrated Nutrient

      Management (INM)
Handbook on proactive                          Documentation of Best
energy technologies                            Practices

   Sakthi Parignanalu: This                  Documentation of best
    book gives information                     practices followed by the
    about proactive energy                     beneficiaries as tradition
    technology, their benefits                Recording of best practices
    and limitation along with                  during the supervision
    the cost and suppliers                     visits
       Bio mass Energy
           Improved stoves, Improved
            Brick kiln, Improved
            Pottery Kiln, Lime Kiln, etc
       Solar Energy
           Solar cookers, dryers, pump
            sets ,etc
News letter – Haritha   Documents
Velugu                  • District Baseline Report
                        • Environmental Monitor Report
Material for Vazhndhu Kaatuvom (Tamil Nadu
Empowerment and Poverty Reduction Project -
 A manual on Environment Management Framework (EMF)

 A manual on Content and Methodology for training for EMF

Hand books:
 Eco friendly livelihood activities

 Environment management of livestock activities

 Energy efficient technologies for rural areas

Flip charts:
 Livestock and environment

 Small scale industries

 Water and sanitation

 A set of 10 posters on Environment Management Framework
    Supervision methodology
   Desk review to check if EA process is
    being integrated or not.
      Minimum 50 subprojects

        randomly selected and checked
        per district per every six months.
   Field visits to check if measures are
    being implemented or not and to get
    updated on the type of activities,
    issues etc.
      15 sub projects of various
        activities are selected to check the
        implementation of the EMF per
        district once every six months
Convergence with Government
   Linkage with the Govt.
    departments for
    possible convergence
    and technical support &
   Documenting the
    relevant Govt schemes
    Facilitating VO
   Establishing a
    committee responsible
    for follow up
Beneficiaries interacting with Project Director
for further support for implementation of
alternatives suggested by CEE
Feed back
            To the DPMU: In the
              form of report

                                  To the VOs/MS:
                                  Report in the form
                                  of poster
Few out comes. …. at Guntur District

                           Water facility near
                           the shed

Financial support for                                     Permanente container for
shed construction                                                fodder

    Fencing for sheep in                         Shed construction for sheep
    front of the shed                            with proper place and
Fodder Development – Grass and Trees

                       Fodder development at Community

 Subabul Tress raised around the           Fodder development at individual
              Shed                                      level
    SRI cultivation at Ibrahimpatnam

Non Chemical Pest Management Practices
Thank you

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