Programme On Livelihood

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Relief & Rehabilitation

Village Reconstruction Committee

Village reconstruction Committees have been fromed in each village with an objective to look after the participation and involvement of the villagers with PYSO for Programme implementation. Presently PYSO formed total 70 VRC in our operational area.

Betel Vine Restoration

Betel Vine is one of the cash crops which most of the farmers in the area cultivate for the years. This has been regarded as the important livelihood sources for the farmers particularly landless. The Vines have been totally damaged in the Cyclone by which the cultivators lost their source of livelihood. To restore their Livelihood supports (materials ) for the farmers @ R's. 4000.00 each has been provided to 600 families in Kaka & Staring Block. The cultivators with the supports are able to restore their Betel Vines and regain the income source within a small duration. That activities has succeed by the support of ISNRMPO, care (Dorsa).

Seed Bank

Seed Bank have been formed in our operational area . They are able to store paddy seeds and lend during cropping time.

Live Stock Programme

221 beneficiaries who are landless, poor, widow have been selected for support in Live Stock program. Heifer Project India will provide animals, sheep's, goats to the beneficiaries latter on. Training on Live Stock management and health care has been provided to SHG leaders and village Leaders.

Community Nursery

After Super Cyclone ,PYSO erasing nurseries in every year and distributes to village's for creating green and making a disaster protection force also.

Flood Relief Programme

In the month of July 2001 the coastal districts of the state have been witnessed severe flood. Puri district is very badly affected, road communication was disconnected in most of the places. large number of houses destroyed, crops damaged, people have lost their fishing equipment. In every year this type of disaster faced by our areas. During flood PYSO actively involved himself through relief and rescue work.