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Poultry Farming

Poultry Farming

PHASE I

On 5th December 2014 chicks were distributed to Chepang families in Jimling as a part of income generational activity on the initiation of IIAD under the monitoring and supervision of Mr. Rabilal located 25 km north of Birendranagar in Chitwan district.

Each family received 18 chickens with 7 kg of feedings for chickens and medicines and vitamins required for the chickens to grow in the initial phase. Total of

S.N.ParticularsQuantityRateAmount
1Chickens350 chickens7526,250 
2Feedings100 kg505,000 
3Medicines  2,000 
4Transportation  3,000 
5Food and snacks  1,000 
5Miscellaneous  2,500 
 Total  39,750 

The main motive of distributing chickens in the Chepang family is to generate income on their own by rearing poultry farming. In addition to this the Chepang families can also cross breed the chickens with local chickens and get improved hatching in offspring. The income earned from the poultry products will be persuaded to buy daily basic needs, stationary for children.

Timely monitoring was done by Mr. Bishwas Chepang: Chairman of IIAD in the Chepang community. Mr. Rabi Lal Chepang has been working in the village level to coordinate with the villagers and report the day to day happenings on monthly basis to Bishwas Chepang. The received information will be forwarded to Mr. Ruskin Gautam: Chief manager of the whole campaign.

PHASE II

The mature chickens were old by the individual households. Each family grew at least 12 chickens. Some of them died due to challenges. The chickens could hatch more eggs as it was hybrid type. Villagers sold the chickens and earned some money which helped them in purchasing basic necessities required in their livelihood.

Case study of Moti Lal Chepang

Name: Moti Lal Chepang

Age: 50

Family members: 7

Address: Chitwan district, Korak VDC ward # 3 Jimling

Mr. Moti Lal Chepang

Mr. Moti Lal Chepang  is a resident in Korak VDC ward no 3. The only source of earning in his family is farming but due to rigid and arid lands the crops does not cultivate enough to feed for his family. The crops harvested from his land are sufficient for him to feed his family for 6 months only. The crops can be cultivated only once in a year as the farmers have to depend on the seasonal rainfall only. For rest of the months he will go to urban area to earn by engaging in daily wage earning basis works like carrying bricks, harvesting others crops, carrying cements in the manufacturing company, help in the construction sites etc. He expressed his sincere gratitude and thanks to the IIAD team for providing chickens as he has earned Rs. 10,000 by selling those chickens. He has also made cross breed of that chickens with the local chickens. He says that he has used those earned income in buying corns, as the corns harvested from his field is not sufficient to feed his family for whole year.

PHASE III

IIAD has finished 1st and 2nd stage of poultry farming. The chickens are growing and now we have eggs, chickens. and chicks. Our final stage is in process and we will be starting to collect 8 chickens from each household. We plan to start our own poultry and expand this campaign in other villages too.

Mr. Bishwas Chepang Chairman of IIAD in survillience of Poultry farm of individual households.

Mr. Bishwas Chepang Chairman of IIAD in survillience of Poultry farm of individual households.

IIAD have finished 1st and 2nd stage of poultry farming. The chickens are growing and now we have eggs, chickens. and chicks. Our final stage is in process and we will be starting to collect 8 chickens from each household. We plan to start our own poultry and expand this campaign in other villages too. Self Sustaining campaign would like to thank all the supporters. Your support can change a life and that’s what we believe in. Thank you all again.