1. Bakdil Head office and Bakdil Training Centre is fully automated through installation of Security Video Cameras and Intercom w.e.f from 8th November 2013 Inaugurated by Rt. Rev. Andrew R. Marak, Bishop of Tura and Fr. Sunny Joseph Mavelil, Director & Secretary Bakdil.
2. International Children’s Day was observed at Reserve Gittim LP School, Tura on 14th November 2013 with 50 students. The significance of Children’s day was highlighted by Ms. Rikchina R Marak, State Programme Officer, ICPS. Ms. Srimchi M Sangma, Legal cum Probation Officer spoke on Child Rights and Integrated Child Protection Scheme while Childline Coordinator, Mr. Dimsrang M Sangma made a speech on the Toll Free Number 1098 and Awareness on Childline. The auspicious occasion was concluded by distributing School bags, Caps and ‘Childline se Dosti’ wrist bands.
3. Bakdil has started a model poultry Farm at Tibapara, Dalu on 24th November 2013 to enhance women economic empowerment.

  1. On 19th December 2013, a Mini Horticulture Exhibition cum Pre-Christmas celebration was organized at Chapahati Parish by Bakdil in collaboration with District Administration, South West Garo Hills under the FARM project which is supported by Caritas India. During this exhibition the farmers showcase their agricultural products like potatoes, cauliflowers, cabbages etc which was assisted by Bakdil in purchasing the vegetables seeds worth four lakhs.  Around 100 people participated in the programme in which competitions were organized and school bags were distributed for the children.

12. The MLA of Bajendoba, Mr. Brigady N Marak donated an Ambulance to Bakdil run Gabil PHC on 13th January 2014. The Ambulance purchased under SRWP would function from Gabil PHC to cater to the needs of the people of the region.
2343. Under FARM project, the First Farmers Horticulture Fest was organized on 26th January 2014 at Chapahati Parish which was co-funded by Caritas India and Bakdil. During this fest, the farmers displayed their first agricultural production like potatoes, cabbage, cauliflower etc. This fest enhances the farmers to be more proactive and venture out for marketing the products. In addition to it, Bakdil distributed 3 bundles of tins for 8 families and 25 kgs of rice to 6 Garo families and 2 Hajong families whose houses were destroyed by wild elephants.

 

 

 

 

54. On 13th February 2014, the State Bank of India Tura Region as a part of Community Services Banking initiative donated an Ambulance and Medical Equipments worth Rs. 12 lakhs to upgrade the facilities available to Bakdil. The Ambulance and the Medical Equipments would enhance in saving more life and would enable to serve and reach to those people in the remote areas.

65. On January 8th 2014, interactive programme organized in Gabil PHC.

6. SHG Leadership Training Programme in Mansang from 10th till 13th February 2014.

7. Baby Show organized in Gabil PHC on 13th February, where 220 mothers participated.

8. February 19th  and 20th SHG Leadership Programme in Betasing, Anjali will be organized.

MICRO FINANCE

  1. Brief reports on the livestock farming – (poultry)


    Report by Terak Marak,
    Livelihood Promotion Asst. Bakdil


    A Three days training on livestock farming (Poultry) was organized by Bakdil under Women Economic Empowerment Programme from7 5th to 7th February 2014 for the target beneficiaries from Zikzak Block at Garagre village. The program was participated by 30 participants (18 Women and 12 men). The training aimed at imparting Knowledge on different scientific methods and different processes and techniques of Poultry farming. It covers topics on selection of sites for the chick shed construction, selection of breed, feeding schedules, common diseases and maintenance of poultry at different stage, vaccination of livestock and 8precaution to be taken during emergencies. The session also covered the short plan and estimate for starting of micro poultry Farming. After the training all the participant expressed their state of being fortunate to be part of the program in getting a chance to learn the different techniques and methods of poultry farming in the rural areas and strongly committed towards their goal. Terak Marak from Bakdil who planned and coordinated the training along with Sengring Sangma helped the participants to develop an action plan leading to the start of Poultry farming with 500 Nos of Chicks per cluster by the end of February 2014.

2. Women Economic Empowerment Program


A brief reports on training on Piggery Farming for the Women SHGs.


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10Eight days training program on piggery farming was organized by Bakdil under Women Economic Empowerment Program from 19th January to 26th January 2014 at Bakdil Training Centre, Walbakgre Tura. The Training was attended by 58 members (56 Women and 2 Men) of different SHGs from Dalu Block. The program emphasized on the importance of site, breed selection and feeding schedule and insisted on11 medicines, hygiene and common diseases found in pigs. They strongly advocated the participants to take care for the animals with a feeling that they are assets convertible to money which can help improve the quality of life and told the people to be a change agent in this regard. Mr. Terak Marak, Livelihood Promotion Assistant from Bakdil who planned and coordinated the training along with Mr. Sengring Sangma, Asst. LPA helped the participants to develop an action plan leading to the start of 58 piggery units by the 1st week of February 2014.

The Policy of Insurance was facilitated by the Program in charged and explained the basic idea
and information about the insurance policy, 12its importance and the benefits.
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

3. Brief reports on the livestock farming – (poultry)


Report by Terak Marak,
Livelihood Promotion Asst. Bakdil


13A Five days training on livestock farming (Poultry) was organized by Bakdil under Women Economic Empowerment Programme from 8th to 12th February 2014 for the target beneficiaries from Zikzak Block at Bonbanga village. The program was participated by 40 participants (20 Women and 20 men). The training aimed at

 

 

imparting Knowledge on different scientific methods and different processes and techniques of Poultry farming. It covers topics on selection of14 sites for the chick shed construction, selection of breed, feeding schedules, common diseases and maintenance of poultry at different stage, vaccination of livestock and precaution to be taken

 

 

15during emergencies. The session also covered the short plan and estimate for starting of micro poultry Farming. After the training all the participant expressed their state of being fortunate to be part of the program in getting a chance to learn the different techniques and methods of poultry farming in the rural areas and strongly committed towards their goal. Terak Marak from Bakdil who planned and coordinated the training along with Sengring Sangma helped the participants to develop an action plan leading to the start of Poultry farming with 1000 Nos of Chicks per cluster by the end of February 2014.