What is APC

Promotion of Agriculture Production Cluster (APC) in Tribal Regions of Odisha is a collaborative effort by Department of Agriculture and Farmers’ Empowerment, Department of Panchayatiraj & Drinking Water, Bharat Rural Livelihood Foundation (BRLF) and Professional Assistance for Development Action (PRADAN).

The project aims to sustainably double the income of 1 lakh small and marginal families by establishing the model of Agriculture Production Cluster (APC) in 40 backward Blocks of the State. This, as an effective method will organize production system and services of markets of various farm based and livestock rearing interventions.Sustainable production measures like NPM and selection of climate resilient crops will guarantee regular income to the farmers.

The programme will facilitate better linkages of producer organisations with market at the regional level to provide better price actualization.

Highly remunerative and diversified farming systems suitable to the context, despite of significant presence of marginal poor tribal farmers and inadequate ecosystems to support livelihood activities. Low and unpredictable productivity of agriculture, lack of remunerative livelihood sources, declining source of sustenance from the forest and livestock and lack of employment opportunities locally; are the key factors of the poverty.

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  • JharsugudaSEWA: Kolabira & Laikera
    Families Covered: 2292
  • SambalpurSIDI: Kuchinda & Jamankira
    Families Covered: 1679
  • MayurbhanjPRADAN: Jashipur, Karanjia
    CYSD: Thakurmunda
    Shristi: Khunta
    Families Covered: 4255
  • KeonjaharIDA: Keonjhar Sadar &Jhumpura
    PRADAN: Patna & Banspal
    Shristi: Harichandapur
    Families Covered: 2544
  • DhekhanalShristi: Kankadahada
    Families Covered: 420
  • NuapadaLokadrusti: Khariar & Boden
    Families Covered: 750
  • BalangirVikalpa: Khaprakhol
    JMA: Muribahal
    SSS: Bangamunda Adhikar: Belpada
    BGS: Turekela
    Families Covered: 3319
  • BoudhYCDA: Kantamal
    Families Covered: 754
  • KalahandiAJSA: Golamunda Janasahajya: Th Rampur & Lanjigarh
    Families Covered: 998
  • KandamaalPRADAN: Phulbani,Balliguda & K Nuagaon
    Families Covered: 1270
  • Rayagada PRADAN: Kolnara
    Harsha Trust: Bissum
    Cuttack, Muniguda & Kalyansinghpur
    Families Covered: 1460
  • Koraput PRADAN: Nandpur & Lamtaput
    Harsha Trust: Kundra, Borigumma
    FES: Pattangi & Semiliguda
    FES: Pattangi & Semiliguda
    Families Covered 2292

Key Highlights

Some of the major milestones expected outputs and outcomes of the project

PARTNER NGO(S)

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ADHIKAR is a registered NGO based in Balangir district and working

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AJSA is a State level rights-based non-government and not-for-profit organisation...

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BGS is working for the development of the weaker section of the society..

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CYSD (Centre for Youth and Social Development) is a non-government and non-profit

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Spread across diverse ecological and social geographies, FES works towards

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Harsha Trust is a not for profit organization that works with the tribal and the poor

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Ideal Development Agency has been working on sustainable development

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Janasahajya emerged in the development scenario of Kalahandi.

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In order to overcome the emerging issues like poverty, drought

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Registered in 1988, Lokadrusti presently covers Nuapada, Kalahandi..

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SEWA, founded in 1992 and based in Jharsuguda, aspires to achieve affluence...

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Sambalpur Integrated Development Institute (SIDI),a non-government..

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Registered in 2001, Society for Harmonious Renaissance of Ideas through

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Shramik Shakti Sangathan (SSS) was established in 1984 and started

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VIKALPA is a registered NGO, striving to improve the lives and livelihoods of the poor

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YCDA is a voluntary organization registered in the year 1993

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Pradhan

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APC odisha Updates

At SKOCH Governance Awards 2019

Agricultural Production Cluster (APC) Scheme in Tribal Regions of Odisha has bagged GOLD in the prestigious SKOCH Governance Awards 2019 at New Delhi.

At SKOCH Governance Awards 2019

Prestigious SKOCH Governance Awards 2019 given to Agricultural Production Cluster (APC) at New Delhi for its 1000 projects across India.

At SKOCH Governance Awards 2019

Agricultural Production Cluster (APC)'s Exhibition Stall at SKOCH Governance Awards 2019 at New Delhi.

At SKOCH Governance Awards 2019

At SKOCH Governance Awards 2019 , Jury Members are collecting valueable information from Agricultural Production Cluster (APC) Odisha Exhibition Stall at New Delhi.

At SKOCH Governance Awards 2019

APC posters that was presented in the exhibition for the final round for SKOCH Governance Award 2019 along with the award receiving ceremony at New Delhi.


Recent Updates

APC aims to trigger growth in farm sector with the objective of sustainably double the income of 1- Lakh small and marginal farmers in the backward highland regions of the State. A multilateral project aims to double the income of small and marginal farmers in a span of three years. Sustainable and productive livelihood assets will also be created through converging relevant schemes from departments, with an aim to secure livelihoods of one lakh small and marginal farmers in the project areas.

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