Phone:(0680)2010109 Email: sacalodisha@gmail.com

About SACAL


Vision

SACAL aspires an amicable, democratic & compassionate society, having freedom, dignity & equal rights among men & women through sustainable use of natural resources aimed towards better livelihoods for weaker sections of the society.

Mission

SACAL endeavours to empower the marginalized, poor, less-fortunate, particularly Tribal, Women & Dalit communities to capacitate & build up community based organizations to support their efforts through an integrated approach for a sustainable natural resources management, gender equity & meaningful livelihood initiatives through a people centered democratic process.

Objectives

  • Strengthening Community Based Organisations
    To promote 200 SHGs and develop leadership quality among 500 women members to monitor AWC, MDM and community health services
    To promote 5 PDC and 40 VDCs to take up collective action on issues pertaining to their lives and livelihoods
  • Education, Nutrition, Health, Water & Sanitation
    Functionalise 50 Schools including Primary and Secondary across 140 villages through VDCs
    Enhance household level nutrition among 1000 families through promotion of kitchen garden and mixed cropping
    To make provision of safe drinking water and sanitation facilities in 50 villages
    To decrease the incidence of Malaria by 50% among children and women
  • Sustainable Agriculture & Livelihoods
    To establish water security in 50 villages through various modes and systems for irrigation and domestic purposes
    To enhance the annual income of 500 farmers from Rs 5000 to Rs 15000 through the promotion of ecological farming
    To establish food security among 2000 small and marginal farmers from 4 months to 12 months in a year
  • Natural Resource Management
    To secure rights of 30 CFR (Community Forest Right) under Forest Right Act To facilitate, promote and capacitate 30 women group to take up NTFP processing, value addition and marketing on a commercially sustainable manner
  • Disaster Response & Mitigation
    To promote a resilient crop plan in 100 villages as a preparedness measure against climate change and unreliable monsoon spells
    To establish a stable and secure food production from agriculture through ecological farming for 2000 small and marginal farmers
    To make aware 5000 small and marginal farmers on impacts of climate change, advantages of ecological farming