Projects

Projects
  • 2006
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2018
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2015
  • 2008
  • 2007

Rural Development Projects:

1.Network – Orissa Development Action Forum- ODAF

The current phase – 1st April 2005 to 31st March 2008 is continuing. The project area covers 33 villages in 3 Gram Panchayats of Jakeda, Korada and Tendabadi in Nayagargh district, Orissa. The programmes are on school enrollment, reviving government schools, promoting peoples’ organizations, information accessing on land ownership, forest protection, homestead agriculture development and health with focus on under 5 care. Campaigns on the Right to Information are being held at the village and
panchayats level. Intensive programmes are held to avail the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme by enabling all the eligible people to get their name enrolled for job cards. The leadership at the Panchayats have
been trained on the operations of the Right to Information and National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme

2.CReNIEO- Integrated Fisher folk Development Project (IFDP) Pulicat

The project continues to work in 32 villages, focusing on Community Health, Development of women’s SHGs, Income Generation Programmes, Advocacy, Environment education, Social forestry, Agriculture and Horticulture programmes. The on going projects under IFDP – are Empowerment of Community through people’s participation, Community based intervention on STI/HIV/AIDS, health services, women in Agriculture, Skill training, Water and Sanitation and Women and Environment. During this period some of the major programmes are the construction of 22 toilets in 2 villages with peoples contribution, outboard motor training, environment education for project staff and school staff on Carbon Trading and Climate Change and training of 100 farmers was conducted at Pulicat. Feasibility studies were conducted for a check dam.

3.Development of Women Self Help Groups:

There are 255 women self help groups promoted by CRENIEO in Pulicat Region comprising of 3996 women. They have made personnel savings
Rs.97, 23,799. The loans approved so far for the SHGs is Rs. 1, 11, 92, 309.
The groups have been periodically graded by the project officer, Tiruvallur District. Many of the SHGs have been graded “A” and they have got loans for
running small enterprises from the banks and all of them are regularly repaying their loans. In this period 17 youth groups comprising of 219 boys have been formed since February 2007 and as of date they have 96,765.00

4.CReNIEO-Pulicat National Matriculation School (PNMS):

This year we at CReNIEO feel proud that for 2006- 2007 State Matriculation Examination for 10th standard 18 students from our school appeared for the examination and all of them passed, with 16 of them passing with a first class. 500 Children were admitted (boys 255 , girls 245) in our school for the academic year 2007-2008.. A new school building block with 2 floors is
being constructed and will be completed by December 2007. This new block will contain 12 class rooms 2 labs 2 teachers’ rooms and toilets. The school students in February 2007 held an exhibition on the Environment which was very impressive. New books were added to the school library. The school fees of the children have been reimbursed by the Tamil Nadu State Government under the Tsunami Rehabilitation Programme.

5.CReNIEO- Servarayan Hills and Tribal Community Development Project- Yercaud.

The project works in 40 villages. The project continues its activities in youth and women’s empowerment, health, environment and homestead farming. The project trains women in agriculture, runs health centres, non formal centres and has an awareness programme and referral on STI/HIV/AIDS. A
major health and demonstration programme was held to take stock of health situation in Yercaud hills especially on STIs and the future possible
intervention. New horticulture nurseries have been setup at our centre. Women and youth self help groups have been established in the project area. Training programmes for farmers and saplings have been distributed.
Preliminary investigations were conducted by scientists for home stead cultivation of – Jasmine Marigold, Crossandra and Rose. Based on the investigations a project proposal was framed and submitted to the DST entitled “Technology transfer of scientific cultivation Techniques and Practices of Floriculture to Marginal Tribal Farmers for Livelihood Improvement and Sustainability in Yercaud Hills, Salem District, Tamil Nadu”.

6.SC Development Programme : -Ponneri

CReNIEO continues with the project entitled Integrated Development Programme for Dalits (IDPD) in Ponneri taluk, Minjur Block, Tiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu, India. This programme involves skills training for SC boys and girls, para legal education and building community leadership. 19 Sc students have so for completed the driving training, during this period 12 girls completed the tailoring training, 12 boys and 26 girls have given training in book binding. Women Self Help Groups are being trained and formed and 5 dalit women’s groups have been registered with the banks. Health camps and seminar for the Dalit farmers were conducted. A survey was undertaken in 5 villages on dropout children and 134 were identified and many of them are undergoing non formal education programmes. Preliminary survey for homestead horticulture was done by an expert and several saplings and seedlings have been distributed. Paralegal training was also conducted for Dalit youth.

7.Computer Training Programme-Muttukadu

26 students have completed the computer training programmes at Muttukadu, 10 students have completed the English speaking course. New students are being admitted.

8.Living Lakes Organization Network – Global Nature Fund

The CReNIEO is an associate member of the Living Lakes organization of the Global Nature Fund. The global nature fund is closely related to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and a close associate of the Ramsar convention. CReNIEO has been nominated as co-member of the project in Srilanka entitled “Post Tsunami – Restorations of mangroves, education and reestablishment of livelihoods in Srilanka which is co- funded by the European Union commission. In this context CReNIEO was invited for a seminar Post Tsunami Living Lakes Conference in Bentota in Srilanka. Mrs.Premanjali Rao attended the programme and established partnership with the other members of the Living Lakes network. One member of the network based in South India , at Pattukottai called Organization for Marine Conservation, Awareness and Research (OMCAR) concentrates on mangroves and underwater habitation, visited Pulicat and has given very good inputs for restoration of mangroves in Pulicat with the help of women and school students. Plans are underway for a pilot programme on Mangrove plantation in Pulicat, members from CReNIEO staff at Chennai and Pulicat will be visiting Pattukottai in October 6 to chalk out a long term plan.

On the recommendation of Living lakes to the faculty, of University of Ebererswalde, Germany, two students have requested to spend some time at Pulicat this year end to do scientific studies and give CReNIEO the study reports to develop interventions based on the findings.

The Living lakes have proposed to send 15 German students to Pulicat for a period of 15 days in July- August 2008 to under take social activities and interact with people. Their trip is being sponsored by Lufthansa airlines.

9.Department of Bio-Technology Animal Husbandry Programme, Pulicat

Under this programme 88 SC families in four villages were trained in scientific animal husbandry practices. 88 heifer calves have been given to trained women so far. The mortality was five heifers. These animal’s growth is being supervised by the staff. As on date 16 heifers have conceived and calved in a short period due to better nutritious feed. One staff from local area has been trained in artificial insemination at The Kerala Livestock Development Board, Dhoni . Artificial insemination centre has been located at Sirupazhaverkadu village. Semen straws have been purchased from the Tamil Nadu Veterinary Collage, Chennai.The trained local boy has started doing artificial insemination and 3 heifers were inseminated in August With scientifically trained local youth, advanced infrastructure and with better nutritious feed the project’s objective of gradually improving the genetic makeup of local breeds reared in saline regions, owned by the dailt women is being attained. The project would require extension of time by one year within the approved budget so as to cover the rest of the SC women.

10.Department of Science and Technology – Core Support Programme:

The core support programme is being continued for the year 2007-2008. Preliminary investigations for a floriculture project was conducted to establish floriculture on a small basis on tribal homesteads for income generation. Subsequently a project was submitted to the DST. A study was made on the Pre Tsunami and Post Tsunami fish species in Pulicat region and another study was on the Pulicat infrastructure facilities in 97 villages.

A new five year proposal was designed and submitted to the DST. Amongst other plans it was proposed to study was collection of the gemplasam for the Dhalia flowers at Yercaud and for setting up a green house to train tribals farmers to rear plants on controlled environment.

11.National Institute of Open Schooling- Curriculum Development.

A base manuscript of the lessons for Outboard diesel engine repair is completed and the typing and editing process is going on. The English version has been fully typed and ready for editing by the technical consultants. The Tamil version is nearing completion and it will be completed by October. The technical consultants will complete the editing in one month.

12.Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project at Tiruvannnamalai:

A total of 4403 project affected persons have been identified between Arcot, Ulundurpet, Chidambaram by pass and Sirkazhi by pass and the verification was completed. The project was completed in February 2007 after an extension. The final report has been submitted. The handing over of documents and papers has to be completed after the TNRSP sends the required orders to the Divisional Engineers.

13.Other Central and State Government related programmes
a. Central Planning Commission

The Central Planning Commission has invited CReNIEO to submit project proposal for – Evaluation study of Western Ghats Development Programme (WGDP) and Hill Area Development Programme, several meetings were held in this regard with the officials and the proposal was submitted on 9th May 2007.

In August 2007 The Central Planning Commission (Programme Evaluation Organisation) has invited CReNIEO for an “ Evaluation of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan – hiring of field investigators and conducting a study in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. A proposal will be made after consultation with the officials on the actual plan. A resolution approving the submission of the proposal is required to be passed in the Executive and Governing board.

b. Tamil Nadu Urban Development Programme – III

The Tamil Nadu Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (Tamil Nadu Urban Development Programme – III) has invited CReNIEO to submit a proposal for NGO’s Assistance in Implementation of Traffic and Transportation Component of Chennai Metropolitan Area. In addition TNUDP has requested CReNIEO to design a software to enter their Project Affected Persons (PAH) data. Several meetings have been held with the officials and especially for the TNUDP to prepare a Terms of Reference (ToR) and a proposal will be soon finalised. A resolution approving the submission of the proposal is required to be passed in the Executive and Governing board.

c. Rajiv Gandhi Rehabilitation Package – Reconstruction of Vulnerable Houses in the Coastal Districts

CReNIEO was invited by District collectorate Tiruvallur for submitting a proposal under Rajiv Gandhi Rehabilitation Package – Reconstruction of Vulnerable Houses in the Coastal Districts – Appointment of NGOs as Third party Facilitator for undertaking task of enhancing awareness, capacity, empowerment and involvement. Meetings were conducted with the officials and the feasibility of executing the proposal is under process. CReNIEO is reviewing the feasibility of this project.

d. Tamil Nadu Slum Clearance Board

The Tamil Nadu Slum clearance board had called for meeting regarding consulting services for – Project Management Consultancy for Planning and monitoring the various activities for the Emergency Tsunami Reconstruction Project (ETRP). This programme deals with training of women members to form SHGs in tsunami affected areas in and around Chennai. Further information is awaited. If project and ToR is feasible CReNIEO will apply. A resolution to that effect is required to be passed in the CReNIEO Executive and Governing board.

14.Book release – “My Biography – Palliacatta the Pulicat”

Dr. Jayapaul Azariah’s book was released on 4th August 2007 at hotel Breeze. The research work for the book was undertaken over a period of 3 1⁄2 years .
It was released by Dr. S. Muthaiah of INTACH, the first copy was received by Ms. Akhial Srinivasan –Hon. Consul of the Kingdom of Netherlands. Prof. M. Naganathan Ph.d Vice Chairman State Planning Commission Presided , Dr. Jagadeesan former VC Bharathidasan University reviewed the Book. The book release was reported in the Indian express –news item and in The Hindu it was reported under Madras Miscellany.

15.Proposals approved in this period:

1.Tsunami Reconstruction School Building Project-Pulicat- Construction of new school block at the CReNIEO Pulicat National Matriculation School. CLWR. March 2007.
2.Women and Environment, Pulicat Phase II – CLWR -March 2007
3.Outboard motor engine repair training – TN Government- Tiruvallur District Implementation unit
4.TNRSP Variation Order Extension CReNIEO services with additional budget –February 2007
5.European Union-Asia PRO ECO II B – Co Partner Post Tsunami Programme, Sri Lanka. January 2007.

A resolution approving the implementation of the projects is required to be passed in the Executive and Governing board.

16.Proposals Submitted.:

  1. Revised proposal – Technology transfer of scientific cultivation techniques and practice of floriculture for marginal tribal farmers for livelihood improvement in Yercaud. To DST
  2. DST core support programme 2007 to 2012.
  3. Proposal sent to State Planning Commission for – Evaluation study of Western Ghats Development Programme (WGDP) and Hill Area Development Programme – Reference Number V1/3/2001-REO(M)
  4. Proposal sent for Service Provider -Organic farming to International Competence Centre for Organic Agriculture (ICCOA) – Bangalore.

A resolution approving the proposals is required to be passed in the Executive and Governing board.

17.Proposal In the Making:

  1. Improving the livelihoods of marginal farmers and community waste lands through scientific farming practices- Extension Yercaud.
  2. Comprehensive Health project in Yercaud.
  3. Mangrove afforestation with the participation of women and children.

Dr. K. Rajaratnam,
Director – Centre For Research on New International Economic – (CReNIEO).
Sept. 20th 2007

Development Projects:

2.1. Global Nature Fund – Mangrove Restoration Project, Pulicat:

GNF – Mangrove Restoration Project – 2017-2019 and Diamler – Mercedes Benz a co-partner of GNF support CReNIEO as CSR in Pulicat (April 2017 to March 2020). To protect the mangrove saplings from grazing by cattle, barbied wire fencing supported by stone pillars is fixed at Thangal village. 20 toilets were constructed for the Irula Tribals in Chenjaimman Nagar and Kulathumedu Villages.

The importance of preserving and conserving and protecting the mangroves is emphazised in the Villages. Drawing competitions were conducted in schools and awareness meetings were held in the villages. To enhance their livelihood, vegetable seeds were distributed to the villagers in Thangal and Edaiyankulam. Canals were dug to increase the hydrology, the in and out flow of water at Sengazhaneermedu mangrove site. Tailoring training was given to women – 40 women in two batches – in Kattur village enabling them to get employed or be self-employed. Fishing nets were
distributed to 25 poor fishermen at Sengazhaneermedu.

A review meeting was held in Srilanka Ms. Rao, Dr. Jayaraj and Mr. Meersa attended the programme held on March 2018.

2.2 Global Nature Fund – Hand-in-Hand and Sika – Yercaud

The project titled “Enabling traditional tribal farmers in India to establish and cultivate organic horticulture in Yercaud” is supported by Global Nature Fund, Germany- Hand-in-Hand and Sika. 12 small farmers were selected in reviving the traditional crops, the minor millets using the traditional methods of cultivation. Agriculture tools were distributed to these 12 selected farmers. 12 vermi –compost pits were also constructed.

2.3. Network Projects

2.3.1 SCINDeA Project Pulicat:

Cadre training, leadership programmes, Youth and Children club meetings were conducted by the staff in the villages. Adolescent Life skill education programmes were conducted for the school students. Fishing gears as income generating activity were distributed to the poor fishermen.

2.3.2 SCINDeA Project Yercaud

Play materials and study materials were distributed to 10 groups – career guidance and counseling for higher education was given to youth. Leadership exposure programme was held at Pudukottai. An orientation programme on Child Protection and Rights was conducted and about 70 participated.

3.Muttukadu Training Centre

A Notice to vacate was given to Mr. Ramani Gopalan as the tenancy agreement expired. A new proposal for the tenancy is under progress.

Prof. D.S. Luther
Director, CReNIEO

II. Development Projects:

2.1. 1 Global Nature Fund Pulicat Mangrove Restoration Project, Pulicat:

The mangrove restoration project of Global Nature Fund ended in December 2015. There were some setbacks to mangrove restoration areas especially new saplings planted due to the unprecedented floods in December 2015. All the proposed activities were however completed.

Daimler (Mercedes Benz) is currently going on with a Mangrove restoration programme inSengalneermedu area. In which 140 meters of water canals have been dug during the year, Kitchen garden seeds have been distributed to 163 families, 55 horticulture saplings have been distributed, Tailoring courses has been started for 16 girls from the villages. !5,000 new mangrove saplings have to be planted by December 2016.

A review meeting was held in Thailand at Trang, and Kabri Ms. Rao and Mr. Meersa attended the programme held on November  2nd to 8  2015.

2.1.2. Network Projects.

2.1.2.3 SCINDeA Project Pulicat:

The internal audit was conducted for the SCINDEA funds in November 2015. The programmes completed in the year were:

Programme People covered.
Skills Development 4 Wheeler driving course completed  for 10 boys.
Income Generation Activity – Project Support with people’s contribution. Fishing nets  17 Families,  Share Auto – 1 Cloth Business – 1 Family, Petty Shop – 1 Family
Child rights modules, health and sanitation, gender – Training programmes for women and children 376 women and children
Adolescents and life skill education 155  School Children
Community leadership training and awareness on Government schemes 75 members
People’s own initiative for accessing government schemes through panchayat Village tar Road: Village cement roadsCommunity hall&Fisheries building

2.1.2.3 SCINDeA Project Yercaud

  • The Internal (six month) Pulicat and Yercaud audit was conducted for the SCINDEA funds in November 2015.
Programme People covered.
Skills Development 10 farmers training.
Income Generation Activity – Project Support with people’s contribution. Goats – 11 Family, Carpentry tools – 3, Electrical tools – 3, Sewing machine – 4, Petty shop – 4, Pigs, cows, cloth business ( 30 families, De-husking machine
Child rights modules, health and sanitation, gender – Training programmes for women and children 2 schools
Adolescents and life skill education 2  Schools
Community leadership training  340 people covered
People’s own initiative for accessing government schemes through panchayat Busstops. 2.  Income certificates, 3. Group Houses, 4..Aadhar cards, 5. Bank Loans and 6.  Removal of liquor shop  from a village.

III Proposals sent for 2016-2017

  1. Proposal on environment restoration in Pulicat and organic Millet farming in Yercaud, small proposal sent to Hand in Hand, Germany for small grants
  2. In collaboration with Women’s Christian College, Chennai “Entrepreneurial Initiatives for Tribals Trans women and destitute women through Nutrition Education”. One part will be promoting millets in Yercaud. Sent to Atal Incubation Centre under the NITI Aayog, Atal Innovation mission, Government of India.
  3. Concept Note to Global Nature Fund for Phase II of mangrove restoration in Pulicat. Detailed 3 year Proposal sent

3.2Foreign Contributions Regulation Act (FCRA) Renewal.

CReNIEO had submitted the renewal application to the Ministry of Home affairs and was subsequently granted the Renewal. The FCRA FC-3 was filed in December 2015.

3.3: Tamil Nadu Professional Tax:

During a recent SCINDeA evaluation it was recommended that all staff of the institution have to pay professional tax.

Development Projects:

2.1. 1 Global Nature Fund Pulicat Mangrove Restoration Project, Pulicat:

The mangrove restoration project of Global Nature Fund ended in December 2015. There were some setbacks to mangrove restoration areas especially new saplings planted due to the unprecedented floods in December 2015. All the proposed activities were however completed.
Daimler (Mercedes Benz) is currently going on with a Mangrove restoration programme in Sengalneermedu area. In which 140 meters of water canals have been dug during the year, Kitchen garden seeds have been distributed to 163 families, 55 horticulture saplings have been distributed, Tailoring courses has been started for 16 girls from the villages. !5,000 new mangrove saplings have to be planted by December 2016. A review meeting was held in Thailand at Trang, and Kabri Ms. Rao and Mr. Meersa attended the programme held on November 2 nd to 8 2015.

2.1.2. Network Projects.

2.1.2.3 SCINDeA Project Pulicat:
The internal audit was conducted for the SCINDEA funds in November 2015. The programmes completed in the year were:

ProgrammePeople covered
1.Skills Development 4 Wheeler driving course completed for 10 boys.
2.Income Generation Activity – Project Support with
people’s contribution.
Fishing nets 17 Families, Share Auto – 1 Cloth Business – 1 Family, Petty Shop – 1 Family
3.Child rights modules, health and sanitation, gender –
Training programmes for women and children
376 women and children
4.Adolescents and life skill education155 School Children
5.Community leadership training and awareness on Government schemes75 members
6.People’s own initiative for accessing government schemes through panchayatVillage tar Road: Village cement roads Community hall & Fisheries building

2.1.2.3 SCINDeA Project Yercaud

The Internal (six month) Pulicat and Yercaud audit was conducted for the SCINDEA funds in November 2015.

Programme People covered.
1.Skills Development 10 farmers training.
2.Income Generation Activity – Project Support with people’s contribution.
Goats – 11 Family, Carpentry tools – 3, Electrical tools – 3, Sewing machine – 4, Petty shop – 4, Pigs, cows, cloth business ( 30 families, De-husking machine
3.Child rights modules, health and sanitation, gender – Training programmes for women and children

2 schools
4.Adolescents and life skill education 2 Schools
5.Community leadership training 340 people covered
6.People’s own initiative for accessing government schemes through panchayat1. Busstops. 2. Income certificates, 3. Group Houses, 4.. Aadhar cards, 5. Bank Loans and 6. Removal of liquor shop from a village.

III Proposals sent for 2016-2017

  1. Proposal on environment restoration in Pulicat and organic Millet farming in Yercaud, small proposal sent to Hand in Hand, Germany for small grants
  2. In collaboration with Women’s Christian College, Chennai “Entrepreneurial Initiatives for Tribals Trans women and destitute women through Nutrition Education”. One part will be promoting millets in Yercaud. Sent to Atal Incubation Centre under the NITI Aayog, Atal Innovation mission, Government of India.
  3. Concept Note to Global Nature Fund for Phase II of mangrove restoration in Pulicat. Detailed 3 year Proposal sent

3.2 Foreign Contributions Regulation Act (FCRA) Renewal.

CReNIEO had submitted the renewal application to the Ministry of Home affairs and was subsequently granted the Renewal. The FCRA FC-3 was filed in December 2015.

3.3: Tamil Nadu Professional Tax:

During a recent SCINDeA evaluation it was recommended that all staff of the institution have to pay professional tax.

Dr. K.M. Shyamprasad,
Director, CReNIEO

Rural Development Projects:

2.1 Network- Orissa Development Action Forum- ODAF ,

The programmes are for promoting education for Adivasi school drop outs, establishing of 20 village Educational Development committees to revive education and to assist in the running of government schools. The project promotes village peoples’ organizations to access government schemes. Better cultivation practices, social forestry and protection of forests are other village level programmes. The project has trained village leaders, men and women on the provisions of the National Rural Employment Guaranteed Scheme thus ensuring that they get their job cards, work allotment and wages.

2.2 Integrated Fisher folk Development Project (IFDP) Pulicat.

The IFDP-SCINDIA continues to work in 32 villages, in areas of Community Health, Development of women’s SHGs, Income Generation Programmes, Advocacy, Environment monitoring, social forestry, sanitation and peoples movement. The on going projects under IFDP include community based
intervention on STI/HIV/AIDS, women in Agriculture, goat rearing and Skill training.

Global Nature Fund Pulicat Mangrove Restoration Project :

This pilot project at IFDP Pulicat was launched in December 2008 and the project is supported by Hand in Hand, Germany. Saplings of Avicenna marina were collected and two thousand saplings are being reared in Pulicat. The plants will be reared over a period of one an half years and then transplanted to suitable sites. Fishbone channels have been dredged and about 500 saplings will be planted on a pilot basis in the Thangal village area. Various other sites are being scouted and studied and in suitable areas
these saplings will be transferred. The village women and school children are being oriented about mangroves and a long term plan is being drawn up to replicate the efforts in new areas. Simultaneously a new project has been launched for bio diversity restoration and mangrove rehabilitation supported by the German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety. The project is through Global Nature Fund. Global Nature fund has sponsored a volunteer Peter Meierle, who arrived on 1 st September 2009 and he will be staying at Pulicat and assisting in the mangroves project. He will stay till December 2009.

Global Nature Fund Education on Climate issues for children and Community:

This project was launched in December 2008 at Pulicat. The children of various schools are taught about global warming, climate change, carbon emissions, carbon trading etc. Competitions are held in schools and in some
of the programmes the mothers too participate. A school exhibition was held on environmental issues and also an exposure programme. Veterinary camps to, promote healthier animals has been undertaken.

Lake women’s Advancement Project : SHGs

There are 261 women Self Help groups promoted by CRENIEO in Pulicat Region comprising of 3864 women. There are 24 boys groups with 352 members.

Department of Bio-Technology Animal Husbandry Programme-Pulicat

The project covered 180 dalit families and each one was given a heifer calf which was accompanied with veterinary inputs and training. The objective was to arrange alternate employment to the below poverty line Dalit womenfolk through animal husbandry programme of calf rearing with
bio technology inputs giving them alternative employment and reducing their dependency on non traditional occupations such as hand fishing. The project was completed by 31 st March 2009.

2.3 The Servarayan Hills and Tribal Community Development Project- Yercaud.

30 villages are covered under the SCINDIA project. The activities are focused on youth and women’s empowerment, health, environment and homestead farming. The project has constructed low costs toilets for select families. There is a programme on STI/HIV/AIDS. The project has promoted women self help groups and boys self help groups. The project’s mobile lab operates in the remote villages and conducts various tests. Karunya University has agreed to an exchange programme with Yercaud staff to share experiences and to build capacities of the staff.

DST-Floriculture Project -Yercaud

The project has trained marginal farmers who have unutilized lands to raise floriculture crops for additional income. The flowers are Rose and Chrysanthemum 10 farmers with 2to 3 cents of land each have set up a method demonstration plot. 50 farmers have completed their training and
flowers stocks have been distributed. The simple green house has been established at Vellakadi Centre and the crops cultivated are Anthurium, Gerbera, Carnation, Limonium, Statice and Estoma

2.4 Tamil Nadu Urban Development Project (TNUDP) III

CReNIEO has completed the impact survey and the resettlement and rehabilitation works in the following two roads:

  1. Ariyalur Vilangadupakkam Road km 0/0-6/4 (Two lane) 6.4 Kms .
  2. Minjur Kattur Thirupalaivanam Road km 0/0-17/4 (Two lane) 17.4 Kms.
    The World Bank team has completed its inspection.
    A software project has been executed for TNUDP to keep a data base on the Resettlement and rehabilitation process of these two roads.

3 . Workshops and Training Programmes:

  1. Climate change Workshop at Pulicat for Yercaud & Pulicat staff
  2. Climate Change education for Pulicat Staff and School teachers by World Wild Life Fund.
  3. Field visits to Kautupalli Islands by Pulicat school children.
  4. Lecture on Wetlands, Dr. Beth Middelton at Pulicat, sponsored by USIS.

4.Proposals submitted

  1. Climate Education for Children and Adults and eco tourism – To Global Nature Fund.
  2. Pulicat Bio Diversity restoration and mangrove plantation – to Global Nature Fund.
  3. Skills development through accredited courses of the TNOU at Pulicat – to CLWR.
  4. Food security for coastal regions proposal to European Union (EU) through Global Nature Fund.
  5. Application for Accreditation for two courses of Tamil Nadu Open University.
  6. Application for recognition as community college and running of Associate Degree programmes.
  7. Animal Husbandry programme to Alpha College.

Proposal In the Making:

  1. Animal husbandry for coastal communities in Pulicat.
  2. Improving the livelihoods of marginal farmers and community waste lands through scientific
    farming practices- Extension Yercaud.
  3. Comprehensive Health project in Yercaud.

Dr. K. Rajaratnam,
Director
Centre For Research On New International Economic CReNIEO.

Rural Development Projects:

2.1. Network- Orissa Development Action Forum- ODAF ,

The ODAF programmes are continuing for promoting education for Adivasi school drop outs, 841 students have been assisted. 20 village Educational Development committees to revive education have been established to assist in the running of government schools. The project helps the people
to access government schemes such as PDS and MGNREGS Better cultivation practices such as systemic rice intensification schemes have been introduced. 1292 acres have been brought under organic farming. 50 acres of wastelands have been developed into cultivatable lands and 32 acres of land has been brought under afforestation. 12000 horticulture plants have been distributed to 400. Village pumps sets for better irrigation has been provided. 380 under 5 malnourished children are being taken care of. 4 villages have established seed banks. 700 applications for Forest Dwellers Rights have been made and about 80 land rights have been
awarded. Mr. Sukant Kumar Mohanty is the project coordinator and on behalf of CReNIEO Mr. Premchandran is the Project in charge and represents CReNIEO in ODAF.

2.2 Integrated Fisher folk Development Project (IFDP) Pulicat.

The IFDP-SCINDeA project continues to work in 30 villages in and around Pulicat. The programmes are on community health, SHGs, Income Generation Programmes, Advocacy, Environment sanitation and peoples movement. The on going projects under IFDP include community based intervention on STI/HIV/AIDS. The other projects of IFDP are :

Global Nature Fund Pulicat Mangrove Restoration Project :

22,600 Seeds Saplings of Avicenna marina were collected and saplings are being grown in Pulicat. 5800 saplings have been planted in suitable sites at Thangal village. Channels have been dredged for 300 meters for inflow and outflow. New sites have been identified in Nellore area for planting of mangroves. A GPS unit to identify and mark the sites has been purchased.
Women and school children are being oriented about mangroves and a long term plan is being drawn up to replicate the efforts in new areas. Dr. Udo of GNF Mr. Jim Enbright of MAP visited the project. The restoration programme is supported by the German Federal Ministry for Environment,
Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety. The project is through Global Nature Fund.

Global Nature Fund Education on Climate issues for children and Community:

Under this programme children of various schools are taught about their local environment and about global warming, climate change, carbon emissions, carbon trading etc. Competitions are held regularly in the schools. A school environment day was celebrated. Ms. Premanjali Rao visited Mexico and presented the progress of the projects. The Global Nature Fund, Germany has granted full membership to CReNIEO from this year onwards.

Lake women’s Advancement Project : SHGs

There are 261 women Self Help groups promoted by CRENIEO in Pulicat Region comprising of 3864 women. There are 24 boys groups with 352 members.

2.3 The Servarayan Hills and Tribal Community Development Project- Yercaud.

30 villages are covered under the SCINDIA project. The activities are focused on youth and women’s empowerment, health, environment and
homestead farming. The project has constructed 35 low costs toilets for select families. There is an ongoing programme on STI/HIV/AIDS. The project has promoted women self help groups and boys self help groups. The project’s mobile lab operates in the remote villages and conducts various tests. 35 families have been provided with agricultural implements 35 families were provided with goats and one village is being developed into a green village.

DST-Floriculture Project -Yercaud

The project trained tribal farmers to raise floriculture crops for additional income. The flowers are Rose and Chrysanthemum 10 farmers with 2to 3 cents of land each have set up a method demonstration plot. The simple
green house was set up as a demo unit.

3 . Workshops and Training Programmes:

  1. Importance of Minor millets for nutrition in Yercaud Fe. 2010.
  2. Environment Education for school teachers July 2009.

4. Proposals Submitted

  1. A comparative Study of Facilitating Factors and Barriers to Achievement of MDGs 4,5 and 6 in Districts with High, Medium and Low Health Indices in Tamil Nadu, India. (LoI)
  2. Imparting Training to Community based organizations like SHgs, PLF’s – (TNVRC- TNCDW) EOI.
  3. Skills development through accredited courses of the TNOU at Pulicat – to CLWR.
  4. Food security for coastal regions proposal to European Union (EU) through Global Nature Fund.
  5. Environment Education for women and children of Hill regions of Yercaud . CLWR.
  6. Enabling Future Generations in Pulicat Lake to Understand and Act on Environmental Issues and Climate Change

Proposal In the Making:

  1. Reviving Minor Millets in traditional tribal farms of Yercaud.
  2. Mangroves revival project and mangroves mapping.
  3. Comprehensive Health project in Yercaud.
  4. Orissa Development Action Forum – Proposal for 2011 March to 2014.

Dr. K. M. Shyamprasad
Director
Centre For Research On New International Economic CReNIEO.
Sept. 2010

Development Projects:

2.1. 1 Global Nature Fund Pulicat Mangrove Restoration Project, Pulicat:

The mangrove restoration project is going on and we have successfully planted around 15,000 mangrove saplings.200 species of crabs shrimps and fishes have been identified and 36 local plant species. This current phase will be over in December 2015. A new programme under Daimler (Mercedes Benz) has been launched in Sengalneermedu area.

2.1.2 Scientist from Central Institute for Fisheries Technology, (CIFT) Cochin

Dr. Remsen, Principal Scientist, Fishing Technology Division of CIFT, Government of India, visited Pulicat Lake with plans to implement some of the schemes of the Central government Under Tribal –sub plan like boats, fishing nets for tribal fisher folk. He visited Kulathumedu village and other places in Pulicat.

2.1.3 Interactive, Structured, Multi-Model Clinical Guidelines to Improve Quality of care by Rural Health Care Providers in, India.

From Advocacy to Action: A Project on Informal Health Care Providers- Symposium at Cape Town: The Third Global Symposium on Health Research Systems was convened in Cape Town South Africa. The symposium was held by collaborating with Private Sector Working group health systems, the Centre for health market Innovations (CHMI) and CReNIEO a debate was held to discuss the benefit and harm of informal health providers. Dr. Meenakshi Gautham was one of the panelists. .

3.3 SCINDeA Project Pulicat:

The external audit was conducted for the SCINDEA funds

3.3 SCINDeA Project Yercaud

The external audit was conducted for the SCINDEA funds

III. Others:

3.1 Foreign Contributions Regulation Act (FCRA) Renewal.

CReNIEO has submitted the renewal application to the Ministry of Home affairs for Renewal.

3.2 Registration for Provident fund .

CReNIEO has registered Pulicat National Matriculation School staff under the State government’s Public provident Fund..

Rural Development Projects:

2.1 Network- Orissa Development Action Forum- ODAF

The New phase May 2008 to April 2011 commenced. The project area covers 33 villages in 3 Gram Panchayats of Jakeda, Korada and Tendabadi in Nayagargh district, Orissa. The programmes are on promoting education for 237 school drop outs, establishing 20 village Educational Development
committees to revive education and assist the running of government schools, promoting peoples’ organizations and training of 208 village level leaders on Panchyati Raj systems, build confidence among people to dialogue with eh block officials and attend panchayats meetings and gram sabhas, educating people of the National Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) and helping them to access job cards, conducting regular meetings in 33 villages on development issues and helping them ,to access government schemes for tribals. Project has developed 165 acres of land belonging to 165 tribal families so that they can now cultivate, assisted 750 families have been provided with seedling support and has trained 300 framers in better organic farming practices and six minor drainages and has supplied 60000 horticulture trees. 75 under 5 children are being treated for malnourishment; up gradation training has been given to 20 village traditional medicine practioneers and 35 Traditional Birth attendants along with sterilized kits. 10 village workers have been trained and provided with medical kits and they refer patients to the government hospitals. 18 forest protection committees are protecting about 10,000 acres of their forests.

2.2 Integrated Fisher folk Development Project (IFDP) Pulicat.

2.2.1 The IFDP-SCINDIA continues to work in 32 villages, in areas of Community Health, Development of women’s SHGs, Income Generation Programmes, Advocacy, Environment monitoring, social forestry and Non- formal Education Programmes. The on going projects under IFDP are Empowerment of Community through people’s participation, Community based intervention on STI/HIV/AIDS, women in Agriculture, Skill training, Water and Sanitation, women and Environment.

2.2.2 The Water and sanitation project

This project is implemented in 6 villages at Pulicat. 10 house hold toilets were constructed in Povvami village and 12 in Ownpakkam village. The people contributed toward the construction. Kitchen garden seeds were distributed to 66 families who cultivated them and consumed and the surplus they sold. Soil testing wad done at the govt. lab for for NPK and based on the test findings the people were advised on the quantum of manure required for better yields and the also the best suited horticulture plants for that soil.. 360 coconut saplings were distributed to 180 families.. A health survey was made take stock of the health status and also to find the type of chronic illness in the area and also to find the utility of health services extended by PHCs, Government hospital and Voluntary organizations. A drinking water well was repaired at Kanchivoyal village and a syntax water tank was set up at Knachivoyakl village. An observation study was made on the open defecating system in the villages especially in the context of vegetation being cleared for roads, work sheds, houses etc. and a proposal was made for the establishment of more toilets in the houses.

2.2.3 Lake women’s Advancement Project : SHGs

There are 247 groups promoted by CRENIEO in Pulicat Region comprising of nearly 4000 women. They have made personnel savings Rs. 1,87,50,581 as of August 2008. 2.2.4 Nature Summer Camps – Sponsored by Living Lakes CReNIEO being an associate member of the living lakes organisation was requested to conduct a nature summer camp. Ten participants from Germany, UK, Serbia and Sweden came for the Nature Summer camp in Pulicat from 3 rd August to 12 th August 2008. They planted more than 400 fruit trees and gave 5000 saplings of casuarinas trees. The theme was on climate change the theme . The participants were mainly sponsored by German Corporations, like Luththansa, Oshram etc. The participant did some very committed work. The Living lakes has put up a free mail box about CRENIEO and its work at Pulicat. Moreover a member of the Nature summer camp will present about their experience about CReNIEO at 12 th Living lakes conference in Italy held between 22 to 27 th September 2008.

2.2.5 Department of Bio-Technology Animal Husbandry Programme-Pulicat

The project covers dalit families . The project is improving animal husbandry practices and through artificial Insemination administered through locally trained preocjt staff. The heifer calf that are born from these frozen semen will have a good body weight at birth and when properly fed with adequate quantities of computed cattle feed, green fodder and dry fodder, they will attain maturity at the age of 18 to 20 months unlike the native heifers which will attain maturity only at the age of 34 to 36 months. Further if these crossbred heifers are properly maintained and bred with frozen semen they will deliver the calf at the age of 27 to 28 months. The most important future of these crossbred heifers will be that they will have the potential to produce 6 to 8 liters of milk per day on an average which is much more than the animals which they have a t present. The project period is extended upto 31 st March 2009. The project could be extended to other dalit villages as lots of experience has been gained.

2.3 The Pulicat National Matriculation School (PNMS):

487 Children are admitted in our school in the academic year 2008-2009, which is an increase from last year.. 11 students appeared for the 10th Matriculation exam in April 2008 and all passed. 10 passed in first class and one in second classes. The annul day was celebrated of July 24 th and Prof. D.Sundram, member of the CReNIEO governing board was the chief guest. The children participated in an English essay and quiz competitions at Ponneri and won first and second prizes. The new school building was inaugurated by Dr. Robert Granke Director, Canadian Lutheran world
Relief on February 11 th 2008

2.4 The Servarayan Hills and Tribal Community Development Project- Yercaud.

2.4.1 The SCINDEA network Project

The project covers 30 villages under this project. The project continues its activities in youth and women’s empowerment, health, environment and homestead farming. The project trains women in agriculture and has an awareness programme on STI/HIV/AIDS. The project has promoted 38 women self help groups and 12 boys self help groups with 691 members. 85 farmers have been trained in organic cultivation practices by the agriculture officers, 105 youth have been trained on the right to information act by the Government officer, and 112 people have been educated on the Prevention of Atrocities Act. Through advocacy programmes 161 people have received community certificate, one primary school building has been built by the panchyat at Kovilpadi and four villages the panchayts have approved a drinking water well and an overhead tank. HIV/AIDS and STSI awareness programmes have been
conducted six vulnerable villages cover 754 men women and children. 64 peer educators have been trained. The projects mobile lab operates in the villages and conducted various tests for 171 men and women. 470 patients have been treated at Vellakadi health clinic. 16 tuition centers are
running with 296 children. 20 multi purpose workers have been trained to take care of village activities. The new three year phase for SCINDA projects starts on November 1 st 2008 and will end in November 2011 , the extension proposal has been sent.

2.4.2 DST-Floriculture Project -Yercaud

A new project has been sanctioned by DST. From April 2008 a new DST project called technology transfer of scientific cultivation techniques and practice of floriculture for marginal tribal farmers for livelihood improvement has been started to propoggate floriculture for small farmers. . The project is to train marginal farmers who have utilized lands to raise floriculture crops for additional income. The flowers that are being introduced are Rose and Chrysanthemum 5 farmers with 10 cents of lands have set up a method demonstration plot. @5 farmers have completed their training and flowers stocks have been distributed. A simple green house is being established at Vellakadi Centre and the crops to be cultivated are Anthurium, Gerbera, Carnation, Limonium, Statice and Estoma

2.5 SC Development Programme – Ponneri

CReNIEO continues with the project entitled Integrated Development programme for Dalits (IDPD) in Ponneri taluk, Minjur Block, Tiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu, and covers 5 villages. Seven self help groups have been trained and formed. To promote dalit leadership, 48 potential young girls and boys were identified and trained on various legal provisions and on government schemes and how to access them. Application for certification of physical disability was applied for 16 dalit men and women who were physically challenged. Applications were made for 88 destitute women and widows for availing the government assistance
to the Tasildar. Non formal education centre is run to provide tuitions 56 dalit children. Kitchen gardens seeds were distributed amongst 400 dalit families and 800 coconut saplings were distributed. Four well repairing work has been completed. 10 students who were trained in the previous year have got their full driving licenses. Sanitation is a severe problem and a proposal has been submitted along with Pulicat for the construction of and waste water management.

2.6 Tamil Nadu Urban Development Project (TNWP) III

CReNIEO took up this project after giving a formal expression of interest to TNUDP – 3. CReNIEO has had the experience in Resettlement and Rehabilitation activities in the Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project. A formal agreement between the TNUDP-III– PIU and CReNIEO was signed on 16/4/2008. Under this programme CRENIEO has to co-ordinate along with Revenue and Highways Department officials for identification of Project affected persons (PAP) and Common Property Resources (CPR) . The work involved conduct surveys and issue of ID cards and working of the entitlements. The roads covered were Ariyalur Vilangadupakkam Road km 0/0-6/4 (Two lane) 6.4 Kms . Minjur Kattur Thirupalaivanam Road km 0/0-17/4 (Two lane) 17.4 Kms.

III Application for Accreditation Tamil nadu Open University:

CReNIEO has applied for Recognition of Vocational Programme Centre in three centre’s at Muttukadu, Kanchipuram District, Yercaud Hills Salem District and Pulicat Thiruvallur district, , Tamil Nadu . 1. Diploma in DTP operator and Diploma in Fashion Design and Garment Making. The
inspection has been completed in Muttukadu and Pulicat. The recognition is expected for Pulicat for the two courses.
A fee of Rs. 15,000 has to be paid to the TNOU for each centre for the recognition. A resolution approving the payment Of Rs. 15, 000 for each of the centers recognized has to be made.

IV. Workshops and Training Programmes

  • Climate change and carbon credits – Workshop at Yercaud Hills for project staff. Consultants Dr. G. Jeyaraj and ms, Surya Narmada conducted the workshop. On
  • Floriculture workshop at Yercaud for indigenous hills people- Consultants – Ms. Surya Narmada and Dr. G. Jeyaraj conducted the workshop for 30 local farmers on 30 th August 2008.
  • SORPOMIST –International has trained 25 girls from Pulciat in “Nursing Assistant Training “ for a period of three months. The practical training is given at Sundram Medical foundation.

V. Proposals Submitted

  1. “Livelihood Improvement of backward marginal tribal men and women Farmers in Yercaud Hills, Salem, District Tamil Nadu, India through a scientific cultivation, of local specific crops, minor fruit trees and adopting efficient animal husbandry practices”. To LWF 2009-2011
  2. Improving the livelihood of the poor living in eight villages in Pulicat and Ponneri through an integrated sanitation and waste water management.- LWF. 2009-2010
  3. Climate Change and Environmental Education for local adults and pupils including training of local youth in eco-tourism, at Pulicat Lake, India. Living Lake Global Nature Fund.
  4. Integrated Fisherfolk development Project (IFDP) 2008-2011 to SCINDIA.
  5. Servarayan Hills tribal community development project (SHTCD) 2008 -2011 to SCINDIA.
  6. Tamil Nadu Open University accreditation as a vocational centre for two courses in Pulicat ,Muttukadu and Yercaud.
  7. Tamil Nadu Urban development project
  8. Providing Tamil Nadu Open University Accredited Community Skills Development Programme for the Educated marginalised Sections of the coastal community in Pulicat, Thiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu, India.- CLWR

Proposal In the Making:

  1. Improving the genetic constitutes of heifer cows owned by ecomically poor dalit communities to earn a better income. – Pulicat

Dr. K. Rajaratnam,
Director
Centre For Research On New International Economic CReNIEO.

Rural Development Projects:

1. Network-   Orissa Development Action Forum- ODAF ,

During this period field work was continued for the phase (1st April 2005 to 31st March 2008)   The project area covers 33 villages in 3 Gram Panchayats of  Jakeda, Korada and Tendabadi in Nayagargh district, Orissa. The programmes are on promoting education, promoting peoples’ organizations, information accessing, land and agriculture development, advocacy and health. Campaigns on the Right to Information and employment guarantee scheme are being held at the village and panchayats level. The next phase proposal will be submitted in November 2007 for the phase 1st April 2008 to 31st March 2001.

2. Integrated Fisher folk Development Project (IFDP)  Pulicat.

The IFDP continues to work in 32 villages, in areas of Community Health, Development of  women’s SHGs,  Income Generation Programmes, Advocacy, Environment monitoring, social forestry and Non- formal Education Programmes.  The on going projects under IFDP – are Empowerment of Community through people’s participation, Community based intervention on STI/HIV/AIDS, women in Agriculture, Skill training, Water and Sanitation, women and Environment

There are 247 groups promoted by CRENIEO in Pulicat Region comprising of nearly 4000 women.

They have made personnel savings Rs. 1,87,50,581 as of June 2006.

4. Department of Bio-Technology Animal Husbandry Programme

Under this programme 75 SC families  in four villages were trained in better animal husbandry practices. 39 cows have been so far given to trained women. These animals are being supervised by the staff and later artificial insemination will be done enhancing the genetic constituencies of existing cattle breeds. 39 cows  and enriched feed was given during this period. 

5. The Pulicat National Matriculation School (PNMS):

484 Children are admitted in our school in the academic year 2006-2007, which is an increase from last year.. 251 are boys and 233 are girls. 13 students appeared for the 10th Matriculation exam. 10 passed three failed. The Pulicat School had a highly successful event this year, one student Abdul Quadir secured the highest total for Ponneri Taluk for 10th matriculation.  A new toilet block has been constructed at the school – since the old was damaged and new one had to be constructed in the month of May 2006 during the summer holidays.

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6. The Servarayan Hills and Tribal Community Development Project- Yercaud.

The project works in 40 villages. The project continues its activities in youth and women’s empowerment, health, environment and homestead farming. The project trains women in agriculture and has an awareness programme on STI/HIV/AIDS.  Marginal Farmer’s survey has been completed in 14 villages and a detailed proposal is being prepared for the next phase. 

 SC Development Programme : -Ponneri

CReNIEO continues with the project entitled Integrated Development programme for Dalits (IDPD) in Ponneri taluk, Minjur Block, Tiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu, India. This programme involves skills training for SC boys and girls, para legal education and building community leadership. 10 Sc students have completed the driving training, the CReNIEO training centre at Alladu village has been upgraded, development groups have been formed in these five back ward villages , applications are being sent for inclusion of names in the BPL list.    

 Tamil Nadu Road Sector Project at Tiruvannnamalai:

A total of 4403 project affected persons have been identified between Arcot, Ulundurpet, Chidambaram by pass and Sirkazhi by pass and verification is completed. ID cards have been issued to 3485 affected people. One notable contribution of CReNIEO is a new School building at Kasthambadi village built by the highways after sustained lobbying by the CReNIEO team. The project period has been extended till end of November 2006 and the orders are awaited..

9. Department of Science and Technology – Core Support Programme:

The core support programme is being continued for the year 2006-2007. A group monitoring workshop was conducted at New Delhi. The project progress was presented successfully. Fish species collection is ongoing. The history of Pulicat compilation is in the final stages and will be published By October 2006.. The study on the status of Horticulture of the state and in particular Yercaud hills is being undertaken. Feasibility discussions were held with regard to utilization of fly ash for construction materials. A experienced scientist opinion has to be got.

12. Consultation on Right to Information Act- Issues in its implementation on 8th August 2006:

The consultation  was held at Hotel Breeze Chennai. Key note address was by Dr. Nagabooshanam former VC. Dr. Ambedkar Law University, the programme was presided by Dr. M. Naganathan Vice Chairman TN State Planning commission. The presenters Dr. V. Nagarajan, Former HOD Adult and continuing education University of Madras Dr. William Stanley Director IRDWSI, Dr. Bennet Benjamin Director CRHSE, Mr. Pradip K. Baisak, Advocacy consultant ODAF . Valedictory address was by  Dr. Jagadeesan former VC Barathidasan University and Member TN state planning Commission. Dr. D. Sundram former HOD Dept. Of Sociology University of Madras proposed the vote of thanks.

The news about the consultation was published in -The Hindu & Dinakaran

Book Release >

13. Tamil Nadu State – Department for Environment and Forests:

The web site for teaching -www.greencorps.net environment lessons to school students and college students and for advisory services for ENVIS. (Environment Education Information System) was completed.

Proposals approved in this period.:

DST- Core Support Programme – for 2006-2007

School Buildings

Women and Environment

15. Proposals Submitted.:

  1. Technology transfer of scientific cultivation techniques and practice of floriculture for marginal tribal farmers for livelihood improvement in Yercaud. To DST

16. Proposal In the Making:

  1. Improving the livelihoods of marginal farmers and community waste lands through scientific farming practices- Extension Yercaud. 
  2. Comprehensive Health project in Yercaud.

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