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NSPDT’s smallholder community poultry model enables poor women in rural India to start and run successful poultry enterprises.
Big Opportunity in Poultry
The Indian poultry meat industry, which annually produces 2.3 million tonnes (FAOSTAT, 2010), is the fifth largest in the world and one of the most competitive. Per capita meat consumption at 1.8 kg/ year (GoI, 2010) is much lower than the 11 kg recommended by the Nutrition Advisory Council
A woman producer earns at least ₹40,000 a year from the activity. Today, more than 11,000 women poultry producers organized in 25 producers organisations in Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Odisha, West Bengal, and Assam posted sales of Rs.366.87 crores and earned over Rs.31 crores profit (FY 16-17), and these organizations now have total equity base of Rs. 80.78 crores.
Over two decades of experience in launching and facilitating smallholder poultry collectives in varied socio-economic contexts; Codified systems and processes to launch and support the collectives.
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- 10,447 women producers
- 23 primary cooperatives/producer companies
- 3 federations (MP, Jharkhand and Assam)
- Producer income: 310 million
- Sales turnover: 3.60 billion
- Market leaders: Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand
- 20,000 women producers
- 50 cooperatives
- Producer income: 1 billion
- Sales turnover: 10 billion
- States: Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Bihar, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Assam
- Among the top five broiler producers in India
- PRADAN, India's leading rural development NGO, has facilitated the establishment of NSPDT. To know more about PRADAN.
Dr H K Deka
Dr. H. K. Deka started his career as a development apprentice with a national level NGO “PRADAN” after passing his B.V.Sc. & A.H. in 2001 from CVSc, Khanapara. Dr. Deka is also sharing his time with National Small-holder Poultry Development Trust as its CEO.
Dr. Pankaj Das
Dr. Das graduated from CVSc, Khanapara in 1997. He joined PRADAN at Gumla district of Jharkhand in 2001 as a development apprentice. He had worked in PRADAN as project Executive and Team leader prior to joining Jharkhand Poultry Federation in 2012 as its Chief Operating Officer.
Dr Mridu Pawan Hazarika
Dr. M. P. Hazarika joined Kesla Poultry Society in 2003 after completing his M.V.Sc. (Microbiology) from CVSc, Khanapara, Guwahati. He took charge as Chief Operating Officer of MPWPCL in 2009. He is the most energetic and action oriented person in the team.
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Feb 14, 2019, 04.18 AM IST Printed from Nagpur: It is not just the shining black new roads which are sprucing up the rural landscape in Pombhurna, a tehsil in Chandrapur district. Adding a fresh colour of hope are the bright red roofs of newly-built concrete structures. Here, along with poultry birds, the aspirations Read more about Bird care gives tribal women financial flight – Times of India[…]
Nagpur: Tribal women in Pombhurna tehsil of Chandrapur district are earing up to Rs 6,000 per month from poultry farms in their backyard. In the first round, 345 members were selected from 13 villages and in the second, 338 from 15 other villages. The remaining farms are still under construction. Chicks take a period of Read more about Monthly income of Rs6,000, turnover Rs3.34 cr, profit Rs20L – Times of India[…]
MP Poultry Federation, MP WOMEN POULTRY PRODUCERS COMPANY [www.mpwpcl.org] has received the FPO [Large Category] of the year, 2018. The award was received by Ms. Saroj bai, President of MPWPCL, at a function held in New Delhi on 28th Jan, 2019.
The DFAT, Government of Australia, yesterday announced partnership with MPWPCL, at Indo-Australia Businesses Council meet, Sydney, in presence of honourable President of India
Redefining markets for female poultry farmers in rural Madhya Pradesh 22 November 2018 Category:Countries and regions This partnership aims to improve the incomes of women poultry farmers in Madhya Pradesh. By entering a new market, producers will be able to improve their profit margins and increase their incomes. Read more about improving the outcomes of Read more about The DFAT, Government of Australia, yesterday announced partnership with MPWPCL, at Indo-Australia Businesses Council meet, Sydney, in presence of honourable President of India[…]
Smt. Sarita didi, President of Gumla Grameen Poultry Co-operative Society, received Jharkhand Pride Award on behalf of the society from Honourable CM, on 15th Nov, 2018 at a function in Ranchi.
Our Gumla Grameen Poultry Co-operative, a organization for empowerment of women has received ” Jharkhand Salman 2018″ today. Around 1000 poor tribal women are associated with this society
केसला की सोनम तेकाम सागर यूनिवर्सिटी से बीकाम की पढाई करके अब केसला पोल्ट्री सहकारी समीति मर्यादित सुखतवा में कर रही है नौकरी और साथ में अपनी माँ और अन्य महिलाओ की कर रही है मदद !
Poultry business opens new avenues for tribal women in Madhya Pradesh Link available for this article Support Officials meet member – of a KOLKATA, JULY 31 The 15-km journey from the energy hub of Singrauli to Bachnar, in Madhya Pradesh, opens up a beautiful panorama of forests, meadows, and hills. Till 2014, when she had Read more about Poultry business opens new avenues for tribal women in Madhya Pradesh[…]