Strengthening Adaptation Capacities And Minimizing Risks

  Man in the quest for its progress has exploited the nature that earth more than it can sustain. Although aware about the consequences, still neglecting the negative impacts of the positions for decades. Now our planet has given the alarming proportions and invited the threatening of the existence towards living organism and the biological aspect of the earth.

The current proposal seeks with an objective to reduce the vulnerability of coastal communities to climate change by introducing technological innovations and by strengthening CCA(Climate Change Adoption) as well as DRR (Disaster Risk Reduction) capacities of local, regional and state authorities and strengthen the linkages between authorities and communities.


Natural Resources Management (NRM) refers to the sustainable utilization of major natural resources, such as land, water, air, minerals, forests, fisheries, and the flora and fauna. Together, these resources provide the ecosystem services that sustain human life. ODMP has organized several IEC extension activities in form of workshops including interactive field-based KAP sharing activities etc. The natural resources should be carefully used for the development of human kind in the modern ages as it is being endangered by the exploitation of resources for satisfying grim need . ODMP has been promoting a safer environment services for natural resource conservation sensitizing not only sub-terranean protection but also the conservation of water bodies.

 Natural Resource Management- Promotion & preservation of ecology against the much unnoticed scenario of endangering local environment camouflaged by several developmental enterprise as introduced by both governmental & non-governmental change agencies. 


ODMP on emergency

Livelihood and Employment Restoration Programme (LERP) (Community Rehabilitation Project)

  The unprecedented and unexpected extremely severe cyclonic storm , FANI, one of the greatest disaster of this century which struck coastal odisha on May 03 2019 has left massive devastation in Puri District. The resultant loss of human lives, livestock’s, infrastructure and agriculture is by now a thing of the past. All most all infrastructures like electricity, water supply and forest has been smashed out and the living conditions of people of these areas has been strucked. It is our endeavor to conduct a primary survey which reveals massive devastation of houses, agricultural crops, livestock’s resources as well as income generation resources. Official confirmation is available for 64 death toll, over 2 lakhs house damage, over 90% of the standing crops damaged worth thousands of crores Rupees. Extensive damage of coconut trees , betel nut trees and other fruit trees which resulted the loss of regular income of the people of this area.

For post cyclone programme the most vulnerable, marginalized households are targeted in this programme particularly female headed households, widows, elderly, disabled households of scheduled caste and scheduled tribes households with no alternative access to reliable employment. The programme is women-focused. Women are the main beneficiaries of this programme and have been involved in all aspects of the programme, from planning and implementation to evaluation stage. When setting up the programme, field staffs and implementing partners were given a detailed list of the targeting criteria in additions to holding several meetings to ensure that the criteria were clear and accepted by all.


The programme to be implemented basically for the repair/reconstruction of houses, child minding/animal minding/site supervision, restoration of traditional livelihood resources, cleaning and restoration of community ponds and other water sources and create other access for their livelihood.


Campaign for Plastic Free Shreekhetra

  Plastics never bio-degrades and disrupts our endocrine system, and is suspected to cause cancer, infertility, and many other diseases. The Plastic Free Challenge is designed to raise awareness and promote solutions. The campaign is fueled by creative contributions and your participation. We endorse sustainability by publicly posting selfies and other clever and inspiring images to our social media feeds and inviting others to do the same. We use the hash tag #PlasticFreeChallenge to tie our community together. We lead by example and influence our circle of friends.   

It is great to be aware of the dangers and the waste involved with using disposable plastics but we also need healthy alternatives. At the Plastic Free Challenge we promote sustainable products and services that place a high standard on quality and care for life on earth. There are many things that you can do right away. Here are just a few ideas:

Single-use plastics, or disposable plastics, are used only once before they are thrown away or recycled. These items are things like plastic bags, straws, coffee stirrers, soda and water bottles and most food packaging. 

We produce roughly 300 million tons of plastic each year and half of it is disposable! World-wide only 10-13% of plastic items are recycled. The nature of petroleum based disposable plastic makes it difficult to recycle and they have to add new virgin materials and chemicals to it to do so. Additionally there are a limited number of items that recycled plastic can be used.

Petroleum based plastic is not biodegradable and usually goes into a landfill where it is buried or it gets into the water and finds it’s way into the ocean. Although plastic will not biodegrade (decompose into natural substance like soil,) it will degrade (break down) into tiny particles after many years. In the process of breaking down, it releases toxic chemicals (additives that were used to shape and harden the plastic) which make their way into our food and water supply.

  These toxic chemicals are now being found in our bloodstream and the latest research has found them to disrupt the Endocrine system which can cause cancer, infertility, birth defects, impaired immunity and many other ailments.

We produce hundreds of millions of tons of plastic every year, most of which cannot be recycled. It’s obvious that we need to use less plastic, move towards environmentally sustainable products and services and come up with technology that recycles plastic more efficiently.