Water for Food

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Water for Food, in the Sundarban coastal

Fondazione L’Albero della Vita (FADV) and its three local partners ACID, Prasari, Dalit

24 Parganas district in India; Satkhira district in Bangladesh

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Voting Completed

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In 2009, Cyclone Aila destroyed over 500 km of river embankments, flooding villagers houses and fields with salt water. Frequent floods, poor water quality and prolonged water-logging have created acute food shortages, compelling farmers to seek alternative sources of income or to and abandon their families and emigrate in search of work.
FADV and its partners have trained the community in water management, innovative agricultural techniques for saline soil, and small animal breeding for alternative sources of income. The organizations have also installed infrastructure to control water flow, and introduced technologies for water management and water logging mitigation.
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Impact

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Over 550 farmers in India and Bangladesh have been trained in water management techniques including water conservation, water drainage, soil salinity control, and improved agricultural practices in saline soil. To ensure an adequate water supply for agriculture, river channels have been cleared and farm ponds constructed. A mangrove has been planted with 70,000 saplings in Gosaba and Hingalganj to prevent soil erosion and lower wind speed in the cyclone-prone region. Innovative agricultural techniques have been introduced like floating gardens and pitcher irrigation. 70% of participating farmers are now growing crops and cultivating vegetables throughout the year, in addition to rainy season farming. In the last two years, farmers have produced 8000 quintals of rice on 190 acres (77 hectares), 4500 quintals of vegetables on 72 acres (29 hectares) and 1200 quintals of fish on 29 acres (12 hectares) of ponds. Beside the introduction of innovative agricultural techniques, the project also developed livelihood options for women from ultra-poor households who do not own any agricultural land: through the creation of self-help groups (57 self-help groups created involving  684 members), the women were able to access credit to start income generating activities, furthermore they have been with provided support and training for small livestock rearing and vegetable cultivation. A market has been built in the village of Hingalganj to facilitate sales.
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What’s next

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FADV is planning to replicate the project in 25 neighbouring villages, in the Sundarban area of India and Bangladesh, to benefit an additional 500 male and female farmers. FADV will introduce and provide technical support for  innovative farming techniques, like floating vegetable gardens and farm ponds, in areas suffering from water logging, salinity and low productivity. Another 450 women will be involved in project activities for the development of income generating activities through self-help groups. Moreover FADV is aiming at supporting three unemployed youth groups in creating water enterprises for providing safe and clean drinking water in the area.
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Summary

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FADV and its partners have trained the community in water management, installed infrastructure to control water flow, and introduced technologies for water management and water logging mitigation.
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Agua para Alimentos en la área costera de Sundarbans de India y Bangladesh.

Fondazione L’Albero della Vita (FADV) y su socio local ACID, Prasari, Dalit

Distrito 24 Parganas en India; distrito Satkhira en Bangladesh

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En 2009, el ciclón Aila destruyó unos 500 km de riberas de los ríos, inundando las casas y los campos de los lugareños con agua salada. Las frecuentes inundaciones, la pobre calidad del agua y la sobreexplotación de acuíferos han creado un serio problema de falta de alimentos, obligando a los agricultores a buscar fuentes alternativas de ingresos, y/o abandonar a sus familias y emigrar en busca de trabajo.
FADV y sus socios han entrenado a la comunidad en el uso y administración del agua, en técnicas agrícolas innovativas para tierras salinas, y en la cría de animales pequeños como fuente alternativa de ingresos. Las organizaciones han instalado también infraestructuras para controlar el flujo del agua, e introdujeron tecnología para administrar el agua y minimizar la explotación de acuíferos.
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Impacto

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Unos 550 agricultores en India y Bangladesh han sido instruidos en técnicas de administración del agua incluyendo su conservación, drenaje, control de la salinidad del suelo, y técnicas mejoradas de cultivo en tierras salinas. Para asegurar un adecuado suministro de agua para la agricultura, se han limpiado los fondos de ríos y se han construido embalses. Se han plantado manglares con 70,000 plantones en Gosaba e Hingalganj para impedir la erosión del suelo, y disminuir la velocidad del viento en una zona propensa a los ciclones. Se han introducido técnicas innovadoras de cultivo como los jardines flotantes y el regadío con jarrones. El 70% de los agricultores participantes están ahora cosechando vegetales durante todo el año, además de la típica cosecha durante la estación de lluvias. En los últimos 2 años, los agricultores han producido 8000 quintales de arroz en 190 acres (77 hectáreas), 4500 quintales de vegetales en 72 acres (29 hectáreas) y 1200 quintales de pescado en 29 acres (12 hectáreas) de estanques. Además de la la introducción de técnicas innovativas de cultivo, el Proyecto desarrolló también formas de  ganarse la vida para mujeres de familias pobres que no tienen terreno de cultivo: a través de grupos de autoayuda (se crearon 57 grupos de autoayuda con 684 miembros), las mujeres tuvieron acceso a créditos que les permiten comenzar actividades para obtener ingresos, también se les ha prestado apoyo para la cría de ganado y el cultivo de vegetales. Se ha creado un Mercado en el pueblo de Hingalganj para facilitar las ventas.
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Qué es lo siguiente que van a hacer

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FADV está planeando reproducir el Proyecto en 25 pueblos vecinos, en el área de Sundarban de India y Bangladesh, para que se beneficien otros 500 granjeros, mujeres y hombres . FADV introducirá y dará apoyo técnico con técnicas innovativas de cultivo, como jardines flotantes y la creación de estanques  en áreas deprimidas por la sobreexplotación de acuíferos, salinidad y baja productividad. Otras 450 mujeres participarán en actividades de desarrollo que les permitan generar ingresos, a través de grupos de autoayuda. Es más, FADV se propone dar apoyo a tres grupos de jóvenes desempleadas para crear empresas de suministro de agua  potable limpia y segura para esa área.
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En síntesis

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FADV y sus socios han entrenado a la comunidad en la administración del agua, han instalado infraestructuras para controlar el flujo de los ríos, y han introducido tecnología para la administración del agua, minimizando la explotación de acuíferos.
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“食物用水”,该项目在印度与孟加拉的Sundarban海岸区推行

生命之树基金会 (FADV)与当地的ACID、Prasari、Dalit三个机构合作

印度,西孟加拉邦;孟加拉,萨德基拉县

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驱动他们前进的原因:2009年,飓风艾拉摧毁了超过500公里的河岸,村民的房屋和田地受到海水淹浸。频繁的水患、恶劣的水质、长期积水淤塞导致严重的粮食短缺,都迫使农民寻求其他生活来源,甚至舍弃家园,为谋生四处飘零。
FADV及其伙伴为社区提供培训,教导他们水管理、创新农业科技来处理高盐度的土壤,以及饲养小牲畜作为副业。该机构还安装了基本设施来控制水流、引进科技来管理水和舒解积水淤塞。
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所带来的变化

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在印度和孟加拉,超过550名农民接受了水管理的培训,包括储水、排水、土壤盐度控制和改善在高盐度土壤种植的方法。为了确保有充足水源供农业之用,人们还清理了河道并建造了池塘。在Gosaba和Hingalganj两地,人们种下了一片七万株树苗的红树林,防止飓风多发地区的土壤流失并减缓风速。引进了例如漂浮菜园和瓦罐渗灌的农业创新技术。参与的农民里有七成现在全年都能种植庄稼和蔬菜,耕种不再受限于雨季。在过去的两年,农民在77公顷的土地上种出了8000公担(1公担=100公斤)的稻米、在29公顷的土地上种出了4500公担的蔬菜,还在12公顷的池塘内养殖了1200公担的鱼。除了引进农业创新技术外,该项目还为没有任何农地的超贫户家庭的妇女设计了不同的谋生出路:通过设立自助小组 (所设57个自助小组共有684位成员),妇女可以得到贷款来创业,此外还可以获得小牲畜饲养和蔬菜种植方面的支持和培训 。他们又在Hingalganj的一个村开了一个市场,以促进销售。
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下一步计划

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FADV正计划将这个项目扩展到印度和孟加拉的苏达班地区的25个村落,让另外500名男女农民受惠。FADV会在积水淤塞、高盐度和低产出的地方引入农业创新技术,如漂浮菜园和养渔池,同时也提供技术支持。另有450名妇女将会参加该项目的活动,并透过自助小组来发展能赚钱的生意。此外,FADV正致力于支援三个失业青年的团体,去创立饮用水的生意,为该地区提供安全洁净的饮用水。
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摘要

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FADV及其伙伴为社区提供培训,教导他们水管理、创新农业科技来处理高盐度的土壤,以及饲养小牲畜作为副业。该机构还安装了基本设施来控制水流、引进科技来管理水和舒解积水淤塞。
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