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SMALL FARMERS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND MARGINAL FARMERS-SFDA AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY- MFAL

Small Farmers Development Agency& MFAL

  1. 1. SMALL FARMERS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (SFDA), MARGINAL FARMERS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (MFAL)- THEIR STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES Submitted By, Manu Mohan 2016041032
  2. 2. Small Farmers Development Agency • In 1969, The RBI had appointed an All-India Rural Credit Review Committee in 1969. The chairman of this committee was B. Venkatappiah. • This committee recommended establishment of Small Farmers Development Agency (SFDA).
  3. 3. • This scheme was started in 1971-72 in select districts. • It was financed by central as well as state government and a provision of subsidy was made for the farmers from 25% (nontribal farmers) to 50% (tribal farmers).
  4. 4. • The SFDA was the first programme in our country in which there was a proper linkage of the central Government, State Government and Financial Institutions. • Later in 1980, this programme was merged with Integrated Rural Development programme (IRDP), Marginal Framers and Agricultural Laborers Development Agency (MAFALDA).
  5. 5. • In all, about 50 SFDA projects have been established through out the country under the Fourth Five-Year Plan.
  6. 6. The core philosophy of the SFDA was • To investigate and identify the problems of small farmers and ensure that various services reach to them. • To ensure that the farmers secure loans from cooperative banks. • To ensure that the farmers have access to other assistances such as improved seeds, fertilizers and other inputs.
  7. 7. OBJECTIVES • To improve their production and to increase their income through state and institutional support. • To make his farm business more efficient in technology, and surplus in economic terms and to supplement his resources and knowledge.
  8. 8. FUNCTIONS • The agency primarily functions as a coordinator between participants, credit institutions, development departments and extension agencies. • Identifying the participants according to the definition of small and marginal farmers and agricultural labourers.
  9. 9. • Organize suitable programmes for improved agriculture and related occupations. • The agency does not give credit and advance loans. It extends assistance to individual participants and cooperative institutions, etc., in pursuance of the programmes drawn up for the area.
  10. 10. MARGINAL FARMERS AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY • It was formed on recommendations of All India Rural Credit Review Committee. • Implemented on Fourth Five Year Plan for marginal farmers and agricultural labourers.
  11. 11. • Under this scheme, 41 projects were scheduled to be established throughout the country in the Fourth Five-Year Plan to cover farmers having holdings of not more than one hectare and agricultural labourers having a homestead and earning half or more of their income from agricultural wages.
  12. 12. • Each Project aimed at covering about 20,000 households during the Fourth Five-Year Plan, of which about two-thirds would be from the marginal farmers and the rest from agricultural labourers.
  13. 13. • This was formulated with the specific objectives of ameliorating the economic conditions of the concerned sections and bringing them to the maintstream of development.
  14. 14. OBJECTIVES • To study the nature and contents of the programmes for marginal farmers and agricultural labourers • To study the organisational and operational aspects of the implementation of the Programmes. • To assess the impact of these programmes on small farmers, marginal farmers and agricultural labourers with respect to increase in their incomes and the availability of more employment opportunities.
  15. 15. FUNCTIONS • Identifying the eligible farmers and agricultural labourers and their problems, devising economic programmes for gainful employment for them, augmenting the income of small farmers through other activities. • promoting rural industries, evolving adequate institutional, financial and administrative arrangements for implementing various programmes and creating common facilities for production processing, storage, transportation and marketing etc.
  16. 16. REFERENCE • https://archive.org/stream/in.ernet.dli.2015.2 75732/2015.275732.Small-Farmers_djvu.txt • https://search.library.wisc.edu/catalog/99950 9586002121 • https://onlinetyari.com/question- bank/question-the-small-farmers- development-agency-sfda-i17015.html
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SMALL FARMERS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND MARGINAL FARMERS-SFDA AND AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY- MFAL

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