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Yuva Jamshedpur organizes mason and layout training in Chakdi village, Potka, East Singhbhum

Layout Training for masons in Chakdi, Potka (Pix: Uttam Acharjee)

Layout Training for masons in Chakdi, Potka (Pix: Uttam Acharjee)

Jamshedpur: Yuva, Jamshedpur organized a training programme for masons in Chakdi village in Potka block of East Singhbhum district, Jharkhand. This program was organized for masons under the SCA to TSP project being run with the help of JTDS. Continue reading


Deep Joshi-led IFAD team inspects Yuva’s work under JTDP

Mr. Deep Joshi reviews and gives tips about development projects.

Jamshedpur: An IFAD (International Fund For Agricultural Development) team led by Mr. Deep Joshi, a recipient of Magsasay Award 2009, took stock of the development initiatives taken by Yuva in the villages of Potka under Jharkhand Tribal Development Programme. The director of Jharkhand Tribal Development Society, Mr. Prakash Oraon, was also a part of the visiting team.

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Rural Development Secretary visits Yuva Dairy

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Jamshedpur (Turamdih), Aug 13, 2010: Mr D K Srivastava, secretary,Rural Development, Govt of Jharkhand today visted YUVA supported Dairy farm – ‘Disha Doodh Utpadan Kendra’ at Aaharguttu, Turamdih, Jamshedpur.

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Yuva launches Pre- Election Voter Awareness Campaign (PEVAC)

Jamshedpur: Panchayat elections are being held in the state of Jharkhand after a long hiatus of 31 years. Given the backwardness of the state and its people, these elections have assumed a lot of significance. The general hope is that … Continue reading

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Jharkhand Tribal Development Programme

Name of the project: Jharkhand Tribal Development Programme

    Funding agency: Jharkhand Tribal Development Society, Ranchi, WFP and IFAD
    Duration: 15 Dec 2006 to June 2011 (ongoing)
    Total Amount:11,oo,ooo/-
    Name of district: Potka Block of East Singhbhum
    Major objectives :
  • To empower tribal grass root association, including women and other marginal groups. So that they would be self dependent to plan, implement and manage their own development.
  • Promote generation of sustainable increase in production by increasing productivity of land and water resources.
  • Development and implementation of a replicable model that assures food security and improves livelihood opportunities.
  • To improve the quality of life of the tribal population.
  • Generation of alternative sources of income for all, specially the landless laborers.