Why National Environment Awareness Campaign?

Biodiversity Conservation in Tripura      

Tribal (Jamatia) Community awareness campaign of biodiversity conservation and sustainable management in natural bamboo forests or Non-Forest. The community awareness campaign of biodiversity conservation and sustainable management in bamboo forests was held in Mayung Twisa Kami, Marandi Moial, Udaipur, South Tripuraon 20th February’2011. The awareness campaign was arranged for the “Baba Garia Mission an N.G.O” for raising the awareness of biodiversity conservation and advancing the uptake of bamboo management practices. The awareness campaign was divided into two parts: Village level plantation work and Hands-on practical awareness. During the Village level plantation work component of the dissuasion, more than 94 persons Jamatia Community attended the awareness campaign on 20th February’2011. Social workers were mainly from the

 

Name of the Moials: Karam Chara, Twikhama, Twima Kalak,  Khama, Marandi, Yalwkma, Ishra, Kwthar Pitra, Manu, Tarpadum, Twima Kolok, Pitra, Songang, Kalyampur, Kwthar Twima, Burima

Expert trainer Mc. Samir Jamatia from National Mission on Bamboo Applications provided training on Bamboo sustainable forestry practices. Mc. Jamatia has over 8 years of experience on bamboo based management in Tripura and North Eastern India, home too much of Tripura industrial bamboo produce. The hands-on component was supported by the Tripura State Pollution Control Board under Ministry of Forest and Environment, Govt. of India. It was held in the documentary bamboo based in Tripura and North Eastern India.

Bamboo offers an important habitat to numerous animals, birds, insects and plants which benefit from its presence through provision of food, shade and shelter, nutrient recycling, water (aquifer) storage. As there are over 1500 species of bamboos, generalizations about their specific attributes and the services to biodiversity they provide is difficult, as is their description within ecosystems. For example, some monopodial bamboo species are the dominant species in their ecosystem; in parts of Southern China,IndiaandSouth Americathese bamboo forests can cover thousands of hectares and host species which are indigenous to them. Other bamboos grow as only one of many species in an ecosystem and have a very different relationship with their surrounding environment. 

 

Introductory Session

10:00 A.M

To

10:30 A.M

Welcome Address

 

Sh. Ram Pada Jamatia

President,

Baba Garia Mission

10:30 A.M

To

11:00 A.M.

 Inaugurate Speech by

 

 

Sh. Naba Kishore Jamatia

Hon’ble Okra, Jamatia Hoda

Tripura, India

11:00 A.M

To

11:30 A.M.

Introduction  

Participants

11:30 A.M.

To

12:00 Noon

Speech by

“Biodiversity Conservation in Tripura”

 

Mc. Samir Jamatia

Expert Member, NationalMissionon Bamboo Applications and National BambooMission, Govt. ofIndia

12:00 Noon

To

01:00 P.M.

Lunch Break

 

 

Technical Session

01:00 P.M.

To

01:15 P.M

Speech by

 

Sh.  Khanjan Pada Jamatia

Hon’ble Okra, Jamatia Hoda

( Jamatia Community)

01:15 P.M.

To

01:30 P.M

Guest of Honour

Sh. Suchitra Jamatia

Spokenman, Jamatia Hoda  

01:30 P.M

To

02:00 P.M

BambooPlantation

Jamatia Hoda, Baba Garia Mission,

Maradi Mayal (Village) and Others. 

02: 00 P.M

To

04: 00 P.M

“Biodiversity Conservation in Tripura” Audio Visual

  1. Bamboo
  2. Tripura ( Tryst with Destiny)
  3. The Green Hope ( Bamboo Housing, Shelters and Structures)
  4. Bamboo Mats and Slivers ( Backbone and Bamboo Industry)
  5. Bamboo Polyyhouses (A Green Boon)
  6. Bamboo Furniture ( Sustainable, Green Solutions)
  7. Bamboo Schools in Chhattisgarh
  8. BambooPlantation( A ProfitableEnterprise)   

04:00 P.M

To

04:15 P.M

Tea Break

 

04:15 P.M

To

04: 45 P.M

Open Discussions

Participants

 04:45 P.M

To

05: 00 P.M

Vote  of Thanks

Sh. Ratan Kanti Jamatia

General Secretary,

Baba Garia Mission

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 Forest for Sustainable in Tripura

Tribal (Jamatia) Community awareness campaign of sustainable management in natural bamboo forests or Non-Forest. The community awareness campaign of biodiversity conservation and sustainable management in bamboo forests was held in Kami Kwtal, Pitra Moial, Killa, Udaipur, South Tripuraon 19th February’2012. The awareness campaign was arranged for the “Baba Garia Mission an N.G.O” for raising the awareness of forest for sustainable and advancing the uptake of bamboo management practices. The awareness campaign was divided into two parts: Village level plantation work and Hands-on practical awareness. During the Village level plantation work component of the dissuasion, more than 122 persons Jamatia Community attended the awareness campaign on 19th February’2012. Social workers were mainly from the

 

Name of the Moials: Karam Chara, Twikhama, Twima Kalak,  Khama, Marandi, Yalwkma, Ishra, Kwthar Pitra, Manu, Tarpadum, Twima Kolok, Pitra, Songang, Kalyampur, Kwthar Twima, Burima

Expert trainer Dr. Atul D/Brama from Environment provided training onForestsustainable forestry practices. Dr. Atul has over 6 years of experience on forest based management in Tripura, home too much of Tripura industrial forest produce. The hands-on component was supported by the Tripura State Pollution Control Board under Ministry of Forest and Environment, Govt. of India. It was held in the documentary forest based in Tripura and North Eastern India.

 

Introductory Session

10:00 A.M

To

10:30 A.M

Welcome Address by

 

Sh. Ram Pada Jamatia

President,

Baba Garia Mission

10:30 A.M

To

11:00 A.M.

 Inaugurate Speech by

 

 

Sh. Naba Kishore Jamatia

Hon’ble Okra, Jamatia Hoda

Tripura, India

11:00 A.M

To

11:30 A.M.

Introduction  

Participants

11:30 A.M.

To

12:00 Noon

Speech by

“Forestfor Sustainable livelihood”

 

Dr. Atul Debbarma

Expert in Environment,New Delhi 

12:00 Noon

To

01:00 P.M.

Lunch Break

 

 

Technical Session

01:00 P.M.

To

01:15 P.M

Speech by

 

Sh.  Khanjan Pada Jamatia

Hon’ble Okra, Jamatia Hoda

( Jamatia Community)

01:15 P.M.

To

01:30 P.M

Guest of Honour

Sh. Amarendra Debbarma

Social Worker    

01:30 P.M

To

02:00 P.M

Plantation

  1. Mango & Banana
  2. Medicinal Plants 

Jamatia Hoda, Baba Garia Mission,

Kami Kwtal, Pitra Moial, Killa,Udaipur, Gumati Dist. Tripura. 

02: 00 P.M

To

04: 00 P.M

“Forest for Sustainable livelihood” Audio Visual

  1. Medicinal Plants,
  2. Tripura ( Tryst with Destiny)
  3. The Green Hope ( Bamboo Housing, Shelters and Structures)
  4. Bamboo Mats and Slivers ( Backbone and Bamboo Industry)
  5. Bamboo Polyhouses (A Green Boon)
  6. Bamboo Furniture ( Sustainable, Green Solutions)
  7. BambooPlantation( A ProfitableEnterprise)   

04:00 P.M

To

04:15 P.M

Tea Break

 

04:15 P.M

To

04: 45 P.M

Open Discussions

Participants

 04:45 P.M

To

05: 00 P.M

Vote  of Thanks

Sh. Ratan Kanti Jamatia

General Secretary,

Baba Garia Mission

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Awareness activity:

Name of the programme

Date of the programme

Location

Target Group

No. of participants

Resource persons

Public Addressing 

25th – 27th January’ 2013

Atharabla and Bagma kami, Dist. Gomati, Tripura under Yalwkma Moial

Villages people for 30 – 60 ages

17 Nos Villages

1. Ratan Kanti Jamatia

2. Padma Sadhan Jamatia

3. Shailan Jamatia

Student Addressing 

25th January’ 2013

Garia Academy (Model)

Class – IV  to X

343 persons student

Principal and EVS Teachers 

                                                                                                                           

Report of the whole awareness activity:

Awareness campaign of biodiversity conservation in natural bamboo/trees forests or Non- Forest. The community awareness campaign of biodiversity conservation and management in bamboo/trees forests. The awareness campaign was arranged for the “Baba Garia Mission an N.G.O” for raising the awareness of forest for biodiversity conservation and advancing the uptake of bamboo management practices. The awareness campaign was divided into two parts: Village level plantation work and Hands-on practical awareness. 

During the Village level plantation work component of the dissuasion, more than 122 persons Jamatia Community attended the awareness campaign.

Name of the villages: Khumpuilwng, Atharabla, Bagma Khampar, Daria Bagma, Manikya, Jalema Bari, Raikhalwng, Munithang, Champasarma and Thelakung, etc.

Garia Academy (Model) at Garia Hathai, Atharabla, Udaipur, Dist. Gomati, Tripura -799114. India.

 

Action Oriented activity:

Name of the programme

Date of the programme

Location

Target Group

No. of participants

Resource persons

Drawing competition

27th January’ 2013

Garia Academy (Model) Complex

Class – IV  to X

A Group – 23

B Group – 27

C Group – 21

Life skill Teacher

Technical Session

27th January’ 2013

Garia Academy (Model) Complex at Garia Hathai, Atharabla, Udaipur, Dist. Gomati, Tripura -799114. India.

Khumpuilwng, Atharabla, Bagma Khampar, Daria Bagma, Manikya, Jalema Bari, Raikhalwng, Munithang, Champasarma and thelakung

132 persons

1.Samir Jamatia

2.Jayanta Jamatia

Report of the whole Action Oriented activity:

Name of the villages: Khumpuilwng, Atharabla, Bagma Khampar, Daria Bagma, Manikya, Jalema Bari, Raikhalwng, Munithang, Champasarma and Thelakung, etc.

Expert trainer Jayanta Jamatia from Tripura Government, Department of Forest and Samir Jamatia from India Government, Environment provided training on biodiversity conservation and management in bamboo/trees forests. Mr.Jayanta Jamatia as over 8 years of experience on forest based management in Tripura, home too much of Tripura forest. The hands-on component was supported by the Tripura State Pollution Control Board under Ministry of Forest and Environment, Govt. of India. It was held in the documentary forest based in Tripura and North Eastern India.

 

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