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Fluoride Menace in Orissa

Publication Date :12-Nov-2007

Fluoride is the compound form of fluorine. Fluorine is a highly toxic and corrosive gas, light yellow–green in colour and with a pungent smell. Fluoride accounts for about 0.3g/kg (0.06 to 0.09%) of the earth crust. Fluoride bearing rocks are abundant in India. As of result, fluoride leaches out and contaminates the adjacent water and soil resources.

Community Action in a Climate Change Regime

Publication Date :09-Feb-2012

Context and Background With 140 million people, Bangladesh is one of the world's densest nations and also one of the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. People in Bangladesh live precariously close to the risks of cyclones, floods and droughts. More than 100 million people living in rural areas, mostly poor, add the vuluerability factors.

Community Forestry

Publication Date :01-Feb-2012

Community forestry has been commonly defined as involvement of local communities in the protection and/or management of public forests. Such a perception doesn't distinguish between community forestry, participatory forestry and other such related terminologies and therefore ignores the legal, social and other aspects of the actual relationship. We need to realize that such ignorance may sometimes do injustice to the people who endeavour to save the precious forest resources with a spirit so close to their heart and who demand no external interference in their relationship with their beloved forest patch. As per Revington's definition, quoted hereinafter, one of the essential parameters of community forestry should be clearly and legally defined boundaries.

The Halfway Mark & State of Realization of MDGs in Orissa

Publication Date :11-Jul-2007

Orissa Economic Survey 2006-07 shows the incidence of poverty in Orissa since 1973-74 to 1999-00. According to the Survey, though the incidence of poverty in Orissa shows a declining trend since 1983-84, it is still the highest among all the states. As per BPL Survey 1999-00, the incidence of poverty in Orissa was 47.15 %: 48.01 percent in rural areas and 42.83 percent in urban areas. Table-1 shows not only the declining trend of poverty ratio in Orissa, since 1977-78 to 1999-00, but also the trend of the poverty ratio among the major states in India. While the all-India poverty ratio in the year 1999-00 was 26.10 %, it was the lowest in Punjab at 6.16%. Bihar, which figured just above Orissa in the list, had a poverty ratio of 42.60%.

The national consultation on corporate initiatives in developing the ntfp sector : scope & strategies

Publication Date :14-Mar-2012

Indian industries have been sourcing their raw materials from the rich & diverse nontimber forest product(NTFP) resources of the country since long

Legal Framework for Panchayats in Bio-resource Governance

Publication Date :18-Jun-2012

Bioresource governance primarily and immediately focuses on the governance of the living entities under jurisdiction, but practically it has to focus also on the non-living/abiotic entities like land and water as they form the habitat of the biotic elements.

Rights recognised, but after two years of continuous struggle

Publication Date :27-Mar-2012

It was March 27th, 2012. There was a huge gathering at the Gram Panchyat office of Turiguda to receive the titles over the forest land on which they are cultivating for generation.The smiling faces were very prominent on that not, for on that day their rights got recognised.

District Level Interface-cum-Workshop on Forest Rights Act, 2006

Publication Date :21-Apr-2012

The Forest Rights Act (FRA), 2006 is being implemented in the state since 1st January, 2008. Regional Centre for Development Cooperation (RCDC) is engaged in the proper implementation of the Act throughout the state including Kalahandi district since its year of implementation.

Proceedings of District Level Consultation on Different Issues Related to FRA- 2006

Publication Date :20-Jun-2012

The Forest Rights Act (FRA), 2006 is being implemented in the state since 1st January, 2008. Regional Centre for Development Cooperation (RCDC) is engaged in proper implementation of the Act throughout the state of Odisha, India including Gajapati district since its year of implementation.

Water Resources of Odisha

Publication Date :01-Dec-2010

Estimations give an impression that Odisha has plenty of water resources. But the rate at which the myth of water being an infinite resource is breaking, also pose genuine questions on the belief of Odisha being a water resource rich state. Warning bells already have started ringing. Despite efforts by the governments and huge investments, population not having access to adequate quantity of water is increasing in leaps and bounds with every passing year. So what the status in Odisha really is? Let’s have a look at some stats and facts.

Community Forestry- Issue 25

Publication Date :10-Aug-2012

Community Forestry, Issue 25, April 2012

Report of the Workshop on Community Forestry and REDD+, RCDC

Publication Date :10-Aug-2012

Report of the Workshop on Community Forestry and REDD+, RCDC

From Cash Crops to Carbon Sinks

Publication Date :17-Aug-2012

A study on land alienation in Odisha. The natural-resource-based life & livelihood is fast becoming a tradition of the past with the new generation focusing on careers and livelihood options that relate to a synthetic and artificial world. Resources are abandoned or alienated in this process, CPRs are ignored/neglected/encroached, and household/rural economy is more & more controlled by alien actors. Conventional cropping being replaced by pulpwood plantation is but a reflection of this misery.

Uniformity in Titles, End of Discrepancy in Sight

Publication Date :17-Aug-2012

RCDC has ensured, through advocacy, uniformity in titles issued to claims under FRA.

Sub Regional Workshop on Community Resilience to Climate Change in Bay of Bengal

Publication Date :01-Nov-2012

Workshop Report - Sub Regional Workshop on Community Resilience to Climate Change in Bay of Bengal

Gender Policy - RCDC

Publication Date :07-Nov-2012

Gender Policy of RCDC 2012 (Revised 28.01.2013)

Perspective Plan

Publication Date :26-Nov-2012

Perspective Plan of RCDC for the period 2012-2016

Report on Functioning of PESA in Odisha

Publication Date :14-Jan-2013

RCDC assigned a task of compiling a report on the functioning of PESA in the state of Odisha based both on secondary analysis and primary survey at field level, to a local consultant organization National Institute for Development Innovation(NIDI) in late 2010. Agreeing with our observation that the report submitted under the same required further improvements and enrichments the consultant made fresh efforts in 2011 and submitted an improved version of the same without any extra charges. However, we found that to make it a public document useful to all stakeholders we need to modify the same significantly and add new section(s) as well as some exclusive analysis to this report. If this modification took almost a year to complete then that is primarily because of the limitations of time on the part of the undersigned to devote sufficient time for the same, but that in fact proved to be a blessing in disguise ultimately as some remarkable developments took place in the meantime helping us to prepare an updated version.

Tendu Leaf Management in Light of FRA

Publication Date :14-Jan-2013

Due to its great economic value as well as social importance, Tendu leaf, also known as the ‘golden leaf’, can and does influence governments across party lines. While revenue from tendu leaves accounts for 80 -90% of the total forest revenue, it also provides the second largest avenue for employment, next only to agriculture. More importantly, it provides employment in the agricultural lean season and enables a farmer to earn money for investment in the next agricultural operation.

Global Policy Change Vs Odishan Approach on Climate Change

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

India ratified the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in 1993, and the Kyoto Protocol in 2002. Under the Convention, India (and other developing countries), has not had to undertake legally binding commitments to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, since the major proportion of the problem (and historical responsibility) was due to emissions from developed countries. As a result, the Kyoto Protocol the burden of emissions reductions is not placed on India (and other developing countries) ‐ they are exempt from mandatory emissions reductions.

A Brief Note on Collective NTFP Marketing: RCDC's Experience

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

Collective marketing of NTFPs has been a common strategy to help secure the rights of & benefits for the primary collectors, particularly for women. As well-known the traders and even the intermediaries are men whereas the primary collectors are usually women. Traders thrive on the ignorance & innocence of these primary collectors, and collective effort gives the latter a better scope to deal with the hard realities of market dynamics. It gives a better bargaining power, helps control the process from collection to value addition followed by marketing so as to facilitate sustainable extraction practices, relaxes the burden of loss by sharing among the members, creates better scope for availing support for capacity building (technical/financial), and ultimately makes them able to go beyond trading and support something for the cause of the society(like, facilitating the implementation of Forest Rights Act, providing employment to physically-challenged or otherwise vulnerable individuals, etc.). When cooperatives extend their services for the greater benefit of the society, they become what may be called Socially Embracing Cooperatives.

Conservation Reserve and Community Reserve in Odisha

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

This report titled Conservation Reserve and Community Reserve in Odisha: A Study on the Potentials and Initiatives Taken so far is an outcome a series of case studies, with collection of information through RTI, other sources like web-portal & literatures, discussion with forest officials, and its detailed analysis.

Contract Farming in Odisha: Prospects and Constraints

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

Contract farming is one of the illustrated examples of the impact of globalization and liberalized economic policy in the agriculture sector. While the farm sector is facing an identity crisis amidst growing dominance of the industrial sector, contract farming helped to create a new hope in this scenario. It established a link between the farm sector and the corporate sector too. This way it created new prospects for the agricultural sector, and added to the dignity of the farmer. However, the actual practice was often not so farmer-friendly. Rather it was an arrangement to best exploit the farmers’ lands in the interest of the contracting agency. Innocence and ignorance of the farmers,absence of a strong farmer-security mechanism, and tactfully drafted legal papers favoured the other side very much. And the result was quite obvious; farmers suffering in many ways, long-term socioeconomic and environmental threats perceived, and marginality of farmers getting increased.

Procedures of Workshop on Gums & Resins in India

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

Gums and resins, commonly used in every day life, are having ample importance as non timber forest produce. Apart from use in torches, embalming chemicals, waterproofing and caulking ships, incense, paints and medicines, a major portion of the gums and resins are also used as food additives. So food industries worldwide are emerging as potential users of gums and resins. Gums and resins are having a niche market globally. A recent statistics says export of gums and resins from India were to the tune of Rs. 5 billion per annum. Inspite of a shift in the global market from natural products to synthetic one, the former has its own place and share in the market. The reason is the growing consciousness for organic/ natural foods. Still a lot to be done for accelerating the production and trade situation both qualitatively and quantitatively. Opportunities to be explored after having a first hand knowledge on the world trade scenario of the produce. Many organizations are working in this line to know the situation. NTFP Exchange Programme in South and South East Asia, a joint initiative of local and regional NGO’s and indigenous organizations in the region is doing a study on the world market of resins and gums. The objective of the study is to assess the overall trade policies and instruments, market situation, production, consumption, value chain, technologies etc. The expected outcome of the study would help in developing strategies for the future.

State of Pani Panchayat in Odisha

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

The Orissa Government, with a view to providing equitable, timely and assured irrigation has introduced the concept of Pani Panchayat for PIM. The concepts would finally lead to transfer of tertiary irrigation networks (minor/sub-minors)to registered Pani Panchayats. The responsibility of operation and maintenance (O&M) of the reservoir/ diversion weir (as the case may be) dam, spillways, sluices, primary and secondary distribution networks etc. rest with the department of water resources, whereas the responsibility of O&M of the tertiary systems i.e. below minor and sub-minor would remain with the Pani Panchayat. The geographical extent of the programme covers the entire state comprising of about 16 lakh hectares of major, medium and minor irrigation command areas in all 30 districts of Orissa.

Proceedings of State Level Consultation & Training on Silvicultural Practices

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

Bikash Rath, Sr. Programme Manager of Regional Centre for Development Cooperation(RCDC,www.rcdcindia.org ), a premier not for profit organization working on natural resource management, also coordinates the IUFRO Working Party on Community Forestry. He wanted to facilitate a consultation process which could help the CFM groups consider incorporation of scientific techniques like silviculture for healthy development of the forest patches under their control. As such, under the facilitation of IUFRO Working Party on Community Forestry, RCDC organized a two-day consultationcum-training1 programme on silviculture in community forestry.

Proceedings of the Regional Consultation on Biodiversity Conservation & Bioresource Governance

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

The 73rd amendment in the Constitution of India provides for transfer of power to the PRIs.Accordingly, different states have differently vested a part of these powers to the GPs. The Biodiversity Act, 2002 followed by its Rules of 2004 provides for an additional responsibility,i.e. biodiversity conservation by the PRIs(and ULBs) primarily through the Biodiversity Management Committees(BMCs) at GP level. A study commissioned by RCDC in 4 states of India(Odisha, Jharkhand,Madhya Pradesh & Andhra Pradesh) revealed the status of actual implementation of this provision. A regional consultation was organized at Bhubaneswar on 28th December 2010 in Hotel New Marrion to share these findings and also to provide an opportunity to representatives from concerned states to share their own observations and experiences. This programme was attended by large number(more than 90) of PRI representatives and community representatives alongwith representatives from PRERAK, an NGO of Chhatisgarh.

Proceedings of State Level Consultation on Biodiversity Conservation & Bioresource Governance

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

RCDC, which is pursuing a bioresource governance programme in some parts of the KBK districts of Odisha, organized a state- level consultation on 29th December 2010 at Hotel New Marrion to discuss these issues with an objective to develop bioresources without threatening the biodiversity. More than 100 participants from various parts of the state attended this consultation.

Proceedings of National Workshop on Protocol Development for Sustainable Governance of NTFP Resources

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

Regional Centre for Development Cooperation (RCDC) organized a national workshop on 25th and 26th of May, 2010 at Hotel Hindustan International, Bhubanewar. The workshop was attended by ninety one participants from various parts of Odisha and other states. Mostly representatives of community forest protection groups dominated the scene as this workshop was primarily designed to give leading role to the communities. And to support the community initiatives, technical experts from ECOCERT and some other agencies were also invited. The participants included some cooperative functionaries who are dealing with NTFP trading.

Proceedings of State Level Consultation on New Approaches in Bioresource Governance

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

A one day workshop was organised on ‘New approaches in bio‐resource governance – Climate resilient agriculture in tribal areas’ on 12th Dec 2011 at CYSD – DRTC, Bhubaneswar by Regional Centre for Development Cooperation (RCDC) in technical collaboration with OUAT (Orissa University for Agriculture and Technology) and CTCRI(Central Tuber Crops Research Institute), Bhubaneswar.

Implementation of Biological Diversity Act in India

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

The study on the actual implementation of the Biological Diversity Act was commissioned by RCDC in 2010. As the report submitted by the 1st consultant did not focus on state-level field verifications, a second phase of the study was then assigned to another consultant so as to analyse & document the actual status in four different states. Hence, the present compilation has two parts: one reflecting the overall policy scenario and the other reflecting on the actual status in the field-level implementation. However, the study could not contain extensive field information owing to a number of limitations including constraints of time.

Report of the State Level Workshop on Lac Based Livelihood

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

The two-day workshop was organized by RCDC in Hotel Suryansh, Bhubaneswar on 8th and 9th of November 2010. The objectives of the workshop were as under: (a) To provide a platform to unite various stakeholders of lac, particularly the primary collectors/ cultivators, processors and traders for a common cause i.e. promotion of lac based livelihood in the state that already has a rich tradition of lac based activities. (b) To prepare a set of recommendations for submission to the government so that a pro-poor policy to this effect can be adopted. The workshop was supported by Key Stone Foundation, Kotagiri. More than 80 participants from different parts of the state attended this programme majority of whom were cultivators and artisans.

Report of the National Workshop on Sustainable Management of NTFP

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

The two-day workshop was organized with the joint endeavor of Regional Centre for Development Cooperation, (RCDC), Bhubaneswar in collaboration with Tropical Forest Research Institute (TFRI), Jabalpur at TFRI campus Jabalpur. The objectives of the workshop are: 1. To identify issues relate to sustainable management of forest and NTFPs in different states and takes stock of initiatives taken to address these issues by the forest department, researchers, NGOs etc. 2. To identify and develop models of crosscutting, especially in the context of primary stakeholders, i.e. forest protecting communities and primary NTFP collectors. 3. To develop a uniform approach for planning on sustainable forest management with the roles of various stakeholders clearly defined.

Why Status Report? (On Water)

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

The quantity and quantity of drinking water the citizen get is an indicator of development of the people of the state. Perceptions about the drinking water scenario in Orissa have been a point of debate since quite some time. The media paints the drinking water scenario in the state as quite bleak. One will hardly find a community development block in the state from where the newspapers have not reported water scarcity or suffering of people not having access to potable water. But the claims by the government as well as the government documents give an altogether different picture. Government claims to have provided drinking water to all. At least that is what the statistics of tube wells and water supply schemes in Orissa say. These two different pictures of drinking water scenario in the state is so widely different that one fails to draw a conclusion about the real drinking water scenario in the State of Orissa.

The Biofuel Policy: Global Trend With Impact in Odisha

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

The biofuel perspective projects a responsibility and preparedness to face the depleting resources of mineral fuels. Biofuel policy papers are among the few policy statements that are primarily scientific with little or no political element in them, and rather represent a political responsibility with a scientific approach. However, in reality(and unfortunately) they have rather become effective mediums of a political economy that allows vested interest groups to humbly dominate the scene and flourish their business. In brief, the cause of earth & its people turns into the cause of some seed-suppliers and related business groups.

The Industrial Perspective of NTFP in India

Publication Date :07-Feb-2013

Indian industries have been sourcing their raw materials from the rich & diverse non-timber forest product resources of the country since long. As detailed below they use either one or more of these products and are in some cases almost exclusively or critically dependent on the same: • Paper industry: Bamboo(critical), sabai grass • Bidi industry: Tendu leaf(critical) • Lac processing industries: Lac(critical) • Leather industry: Chebulic myrobalan and some other natural tan-stuff from forest • Pharmaceuticals: Wide range of NTFPs used(critical in some cases, like Boswellia serrata cream produced by CIPLA) • Cosmetics: Wide range of NTFPs used(critical in some cases) • Agarbatti industry: bamboo stick, glutinous bark, sal resin, guggul, etc.(critical) • Vanaspati industry: mahua oil, sal seed oil, etc. • Bio-fuel industry: karanj seed, etc.

Odisha Community REDD Project - Brief Report

Publication Date :18-Apr-2013

Report on REDD+ Evaluation

Booklet on Home Garden

Publication Date :18-Apr-2013

A Booklet on Home Garden

Annual Report 2011-12

Publication Date :02-May-2013

Annual Report for the year 2011-12

Community Forestry - Issue 27

Publication Date :16-May-2013

Community Forestry Jan - April 2013

Ecological Study Report on REDD+

Publication Date :24-Jun-2013

Toward Sustainable Use of Forest Resource: Connecting Forest Ecology to Village Economy, a study on behalf of RCDC by Dr Debal Deb

Investing in future

Publication Date :27-Feb-2010

WATER is no longer an infinite resource contrary to the age-old popular belief. Warning bells already have started ringing. Despite efforts by the governments and huge investments, population not having access to adequate quantity of water is increasing in leaps and bounds with every passing year.

NTFP Policy Regime after FRA

Publication Date :31-Dec-2010

RCDC intends to bring a policy change through this publication at appropriate level, with corresponding reflections at the ground level. Whereas the present study analysed the situation in eight states of India, the basic observations are more or less same throughout the country; hence the basic recommendations & conclusions are applicable for the country. However, some of the statistical data might have changed in the meantime, and also few policy changes might also have occurred at the state level. Readers are therefore advised to update themselves with the latest developments.

Planning Sustainable NTFP Management

Publication Date :30-Apr-2013

Non-Timber Forest Products/Produces(NTFPs), otherwise mentioned as Non-Wood Forest Products/Produces(NWFPs) in the west and as Minor Forest Products/Produces(MFPs) in India usually referred to the secondary production in the forest in the timber-centric management approach. During the colonial period, their list included all kinds of forest products other than timber and firewood, ranging from fruits/flowers/leaves to minerals and wildlife products such as feathers.

Land use management in Odisha

Publication Date :26-Oct-2013

RCDC pursued a bio-resource governance programme during the period of 2009-11 in four tribal districts of Odisha with an objective of developing model GPs on bioresource governance. Land use being a major factor in natural resource governance, changes in land utilization, particularly forest land diversion, has been a matter of concern for these areas. In this backdrop, RCDC intended for an in-depth analysis of the dynamics of the changes in land utilization pattern in the state with focus on forest land diversion. The work was assigned to a consultancy firm SERVICE which submitted its report in 2011. The study was carried out under the project supported by Broederlijk Delen, one of RCDC’s trusted partners in development.

REPORT ON THE IMPACT OF MAIZE CULTIVATION IN NABARANGPUR DISTRICT

Publication Date :26-Nov-2013

Since the last 10-15 years, hybrid maize cultivation has taken over the traditional crops of the Nabarangpur district to a large extent. The main area of maize cultivation comes under the Umerkote and Jharigan Blocks. RCDC has been concerned to see that this cultivation expands at the cost of both the ecology of the area, and also the social and socioeconomic strength of the area. Large areas of good forest have been cleared for this cultivation, and use of pesticides has increased environmental pollution in the area threatening the very health of the farmers. Moreover, the innocent farmers do not understand that despite an encouraging cash flow the cultivation doesn’t actually offer a good return in terms of net gain. Since RCDC doesn’t see such kind of a practice to be a sustainable development option, hence it was decided to conduct a small study on the real dynamics of maize cultivation in the region, and for this purpose Umerkote and Jharigan blocks were selected for the survey.

Study on actual use of FRA recognized land at individual and community level

Publication Date :02-Dec-2013

This study on “Actual use of FRA recognized land at individual and community level” is an outcome of series of case studies, information collected through RTI, other sources like govt. convergence guideline & literatures, discussion with village communities, community federation, campaign group and CSOs, and its detailed analysis.

Green Manifesto

Publication Date :22-Mar-2014

The NGO sector is probably the third largest organized employment sector after the public- and private sectors. NGOs work in the public interest with a mixed attitude of professionalism and voluntarism to supplement and/or complement the efforts of a welfare State(government). Their strength lies in their flexibility and adaptability to the work environment, which helps them act swiftly unlike the government machinery which is tangled with redtapism. They successfully link academicians, technocrats, bureaucrats, social scientists, policy makers, and other stakeholders for the greater cause of the people and the nation. Develop and promote the NGO sector as the development partner; help stabilize this potential sector for employment.

Kendu Leaf Workshop Report

Publication Date :18-Apr-2014

Kendu Leaf Workshop Report 19th Dec 2013

AIDM_ CC Article

Publication Date :06-May-2014

This April issue of AIDMI newsletter southasiadisasters.net contains RCDC article on CC resilience in Page - 10. AIDMI has requested us and given permission to host it in our website.

Community Forestry - Issue 28

Publication Date :06-May-2014

Community Forestry Issue 28, May - Dec 2013

Response to Cyclone Phailin in Paribartan Programme Area

Publication Date :06-May-2014

Response to Cyclone Phailin in Paribartan Programme Area

Water in News - 05.05.2014

Publication Date :06-May-2014

Water in News Bulletin by Water Team

Water in News - 06.05.2014

Publication Date :06-May-2014

Water in News Bulletin - 06.05.2014 developed by Water Team.

WIN Newsletter

Publication Date :07-May-2014

WIN Newsletter - 07.05.2014

Water in News - 09.05.2014

Publication Date :09-May-2014

Water in News - 09.05.2014

Water in News - 12.05.2014

Publication Date :12-May-2014

Water in News - 12.05.2014

Water in News - 13.05.2014

Publication Date :13-May-2014

Water in News - 13.05.2014

Water in News - 16th to 18th May

Publication Date :19-May-2014

Water in News - 16th to 18th May

Water in News - 15.05.2014

Publication Date :15-May-2014

Water in News - 15.05.2014

IRFC as a CC Adaptation Option

Publication Date :21-Jul-2014

IRFC as a CC Adaptation Option - with case study of Sri Ashok Das

Flood Situation Report - 2014

Publication Date :09-Aug-2014

A flood situation report on the Mahanadi system flood in July-August 2014.

Flood Situation Eases but the Misery Continues

Publication Date :12-Aug-2014

Flood Report - 12.08.2014

Well placed

Publication Date :15-Sep-2014

Well Placed: All resident of this poor tribal habitation are affected with fluorosis but were ignorant of the reason. When they learnt that water of the tubewell is the reason for their misery, they waited for help from government. But when that too was not forthcoming they took up challenge themselves and constructed a well within two months with their own contribution.

Village Housewives Become Climate Warriors!

Publication Date :23-Sep-2014

Case studies on nutrition garden initiatives from Balikuda.

Alert Task Force Members Ready for More

Publication Date :26-Sep-2014

A Case study on Task Force at Khadikadanda village in Balikuda Block.

Fuel Efficient Stoves Prove their Worth

Publication Date :08-Oct-2014

A case study on the need and use of fuel efficient stoves in Paribartan project target area

Staff Refresher Sessions on Area Development Plan in the Context of CCA-DRR

Publication Date :14-Oct-2014

Report on the 3 day, "Staff Refresher Sessions on Area Development Plan in the Context of CCA-DRR" held at CYSD, Bhubaneswar from 25th to 28th June 2014.

Climate Change - A Primer for Coastal Communities

Publication Date :20-Oct-2014

This is a 8 page booklet for creating awareness about climate change basics and probable adaptation for communities living in coastal regions and also for service agencies working in the field of climate change who wish to create awareness about the subject in their target communities.

Training Report - ToT on Women Leadership Development in the Context of CCA-DRR

Publication Date :21-Oct-2014

A report on the "ToT for Women Leadership Development in the Context of CCA-DRR" held at Rekharani Kalyan Mandap, Pattamundai from 18th to 20th September 2014.

Gender and Livelihood Impacts of Clean Cookstoves in South Asia

Publication Date :10-Nov-2014

Gender and Livelihood Impacts of Clean Cookstoves in South Asia

Schools Still Unclean

Publication Date :14-Nov-2015

The assessment was carried out by 20 civil society organisations of Odisha under the banner ‘Odisha Right to Education (RTE) Forum’; with coordination support from ‘Regional Centre for Development Cooperation’ (RCDC), Bhubaneswar; and financial support of ‘WaterAid, India’.

Consultancy Profile

Publication Date :13-Aug-2016

Consultancy Profile of RCDC