India: Orissa Integrated Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management Investment Program - Project 2
The Asian Development Bank is helping India improve irrigation and water management systems in the state of Odisha (formerly Orissa). The second phase of ADB's program will upgrade seven irrigation schemes and support capacity building for water user associations and the state water department. The project aims to reduce wastage and optimize water use to improve agricultural productivity.
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|Project Name||Orissa Integrated Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management Investment Program - Project 2|
|Project Type / Modality of Assistance||Loan
|Source of Funding / Amount||
|Strategic Agendas||Environmentally sustainable growth
Inclusive economic growth
|Drivers of Change||Gender Equity and Mainstreaming
Governance and capacity development
|Sector / Subsector||
Agriculture, natural resources and rural development / Agricultural drainage - Agricultural production - Irrigation - Rural flood protection - Rural water policy, institutional and capacity development
|Gender Equity and Mainstreaming||Effective gender mainstreaming|
|Description||ADB and the Government of India are working together to make irrigation systems in the state of Odisha more productive, efficient and sustainable. The Orissa Integrated Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management Investment Program is improving irrigation systems in four northern river basins and a part of the Mahanadi River Delta in Odisha state. The program is renovating and extending irrigation systems; helping to form community water user associations that help manage local water resources; and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of government agencies that deal with water issues in the state. About 1.7 million people are benefiting from the program through the improvement of irrigation systems that serve 215,000 hectares of farm land. The reliable water supply obtained from improved irrigation systems is increasing the outputs of farmers; creating jobs in agriculture; improving nutrition; increasing incomes; and lowering poverty.|
|Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy||Despite India''s rapid overall economic growth, agricultural development has been stagnant. Farmers in India are making a slow transformation to more intensive and high-value production and processing systems. Bottlenecks in water resources are also increasingly seen as a major constraint to economic growth in the country. In this context, irrigation is drawing major attention because it accounts for 84% of total water use. Irrigation is crucial for agriculture and rural growth, but much of the existing irrigation infrastructure is inefficient and underutilized. This is particularly true in Odisha, one of the poorest states in India. Agriculture is the backbone of the state economy and is key to reducing rural poverty. Improving irrigation infrastructure is an effective method of supporting agriculture and thereby reducing poverty in the state.|
|Impact||economic growth, including agricultural growth, in Odisha is sustainable, broad-based and more inclusive (12th Five-Year Plan: 2012-2017).|
|Description of Outcome||productivity of agriculture in selected river basins in Odisha increased.|
|Progress Toward Outcome||The Loan closed on 17 September 2018, financial closure under process. Balance works beyond loan closure will be completed by the State through its own resources.|
|Description of Project Outputs||
Water resources and irrigation management of state and water user institutions strengthened
Irrigation system and associated infrastructure modernized and managed.
|Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)||
The state confirmed during MTR Mission that less likelihood of any tangible outcomes on IWRM under the remaining period, and reduction of this component from the project scope.
Pani Panchayat Act and Rules were refined with amendments in 2008 and 2014 and DOWR refined its vision and strategy and established a PIMCAD Directorate.
Reducing the PP numbers from 169 to 138 WUAs. Currently 110 PPs elected (achieved 80%).
The Scope of work reduced on for O&M plans from 169 to 138 O&M plans as MCII CAD works are dropped.
Gender targets are being met.
Implementation is underway for all the 7 irrigation systems. Works on about 71 CW contracts has been completed and the remaining 47 CWs contracts are under different stages of completion. The State has committed to complete the balance works through its own resources.
Modernization of irrigation infrastructure on 4 major and 3 medium subprojects to improve 108,091 ha of irrigated area may be partially achieved as CAD works for MCII subprojects dropped from the project,
Asset management plans prepared and being implemented for 6 irrigation system, excepting MCII subproject. Pani Panchayat (PP) microplans are prepared by WALMI and are at approval stage with the government.
Scope revised from 57 km to 46.4 km due to restrictions from CRZ regulation.
Scope for about 750 MLI schemes has been reduced from the project.
Loan closed on 17 September 2018. Financial closure in the process.
|Geographical Location||Anandpur, Baitarani River, Brahmani River, Burhabalanga, Cuttack, Deogarh, Jagatsinghpur, Kendrapara, Mahanadi Delta, Odisha, Subarnarekha River, Udala|
|Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects|
|Environmental Aspects||It comprises irrigation system modernization, WUA strengthening, and rehabilitation of embankments. Initial environmental examinations have been prepared for all subprojects and an environmental assessment and review framework prepared for the MFF. Environmental impacts are positive, including improved water availability, water use efficiency, and increased agricultural production. Institutional strengthening for IWRM will deliver further benefits through river basin management. Potential negative impacts include deterioration of water quality due to agriculture intensification and impacts during construction of infrastructure. These are mitigated by introducing integrated pest management and effective soil nutrient management and ensuring safe and environmentally sound construction with environmental monitoring (sampling and reporting) to the PIM-CAD Directorate. During the safeguards review conducted in May 2018, a revised time-bound corrective action plan has been agreed to by the executing agency to achieve compliance with the environmental regulations of India pertaining to the environmental clearance for the earth from borrow areas used in the project activities.|
|Involuntary Resettlement||DOWR prepared RPs for Macchagaon, Pattamundai (0-37 km and 37-80km), Mahanadi Chitropola Island subproject, and HLC Range-1 (0-10 km and 10-53km) subprojects in 2014. All RPs were disclosed in accordance with the SPS and PCP, and meaningful consultation and information disclosure were conducted with the affected people. The RP and corrective action plan implementation for Macchagaon, Pattamundai, HLC Range-1 (km10-41) and Mahanadi Chitropola Island subprojects have been completed. In Mahanadi Chitropola Island subproject, land compensation for some APs has been deposited with the civil court by the district administration in accordance with the legal provisions as the APs failed to collect the compensation amount after the notifications. Safeguards reporting from the PMU to ADB is being submitted on a semi-annual basis. A time-bound action plan has been agreed to by the executing agency to complete the RP implementations and update the RPs.|
|Indigenous Peoples||Odisha has a relatively high indigenous population (22%) compared with other states. There are IP populations of 79.3%, 45.4% and 52% in the Project 2 medium irrigation subprojects of Kansbahal, Kanjhari and Ramial, respectively. The scheduled tribe households are culturally and economically integrated into the mainstream population, and the subprojects will not cause any differential impacts on these communities. These communities will benefit from their participation through WUAs and will gain better access to on and off-farm employment opportunities through grant financing. Project 1 has demonstrated that there is a high representation of IPs in WUAs and they have been included in decision making. Investment program has an approved IP development framework and the IPs to benefit from the positive impacts of subproject development through inclusion in the WUA, livelihoods activities and availability of water for irrigation.|
|Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation|
|During Project Design||A participatory process was used during the preparation of the investment program. Consultations were carried out with women, the landless, scheduled tribes & other vulnerable groups in the subproject areas using participatory rapid rural appraisal techniques. An inventory of local needs was prepared, covering problems/ constraints on (i) water resources in relation to agriculture, fisheries, transport, environment, & other uses; (ii) possible solutions to resolve the constraints identified including their positive & negative impact on various local interest groups; (iii) implications of solutions for poverty reduction; & (iv) prioritizing water resources needs compared with other development needs. The role of service providers, people s willingness to contribute to O&M, & the scope of enhancing impacts of water interventions with others such as micro credit, & extension services were also discussed. Non-government organizations were engaged to facilitate this process. This process identified the future actions to institutionalize community participation in the expected implementation areas.|
|During Project Implementation||Farmer beneficiaries are involved at each stage of subproject planning and implementation and take the lead role in command area development and sub-minor canal construction works. Detailed micro-plans are prepared by each WUAs, covering agriculture, livelihood enhancement, organizational development, and O&M and water management. Women and other vulnerable groups receive support to ensure their meaningful participation in all subproject activities.|
|Consulting Services||Project closed on 17 September 2018.|
|Procurement||Project closed on 17 September 2018.|
|Responsible ADB Officer||Yadav, Rajesh|
|Responsible ADB Department||South Asia Department|
|Responsible ADB Division||India Resident Mission|
Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha
Rajiv Bhavan, Bhubaneshwar, Orissa
|Concept Clearance||07 Sep 2007|
|MRM||23 Apr 2015|
|Approval||30 Jun 2015|
|Last Review Mission||-|
|PDS Creation Date||26 Nov 2009|
|Last PDS Update||27 Sep 2018|
|Approval||Signing Date||Effectivity Date||Closing|
|30 Jun 2015||07 Jun 2016||28 Jun 2016||17 Sep 2018||-||14 Mar 2019|
|Financing Plan||Loan Utilization|
|Total (Amount in US$ million)||Date||ADB||Others||Net Percentage|
|Project Cost||172.00||Cumulative Contract Awards|
|ADB||120.00||29 Sep 2021||65.74||0.00||100%|
|Cofinancing||0.00||29 Sep 2021||65.74||0.00||100%|
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ADB Loan to Modernize Irrigation and Improve Water Management in OdishaADB and the Government of India today signed a $120 million loan agreement to continue improving irrigation and water management infrastructure in Odisha.
|Tender Title||Type||Status||Posting Date||Deadline|
|IND: Orissa Integrated Irrigated Water Management Investment Program – Tranche 2||Advance Notice||Archived||10 Jan 2015|
|Contract Title||Approval Number||Contract Date||Contractor | Address||Executing Agency||Total Contract Amount (US$)||Contract Amount Financed by ADB (US$)|
|MCI-02 - CONSTRUCTION OF CRBC (18.015 KM TO 20.875 KM) AND CONSTRUCTION OF ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES||Loan 3265||10 Oct 2018||M/S UNICORN CONSTRUCTION JV M/S BMS PROJECTS | CUTTACK INDIA||Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha||1,692,704.00||171,804.00|
|MCI-03 - CONSTRUCTION OF CRBC (20.875KM TO 23.490 KM) AND CONSTRUCTION OF ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES||Loan 3265||17 Sep 2018||M/S UNICORN CONSTRUCTION JV M/S BMS PROJECTS | CUTTACK INDIA||Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha||1,709,939.00||1,386,653.00|
|CAD WORKS - KANJHARI - KANPUR IRRIGATION DIVISION (488 CONTRACTS)||Loan 3265||04 Sep 2018||VARIOUS | VARIOUS INDIA||Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha||2,184,877.00||1,750,091.00|
|CAD WORKS - KANSBAHAL - SUNDERGARH IRRIGATION DIVI SION (181 CONTRACTS)||Loan 3265||20 Aug 2018||VARIOUS | VARIOUS INDIA||Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha||1,275,107.00||1,032,089.00|
|CAD WORKS - RAMIAL - DHENKANAL IRRIGATION DIVISION (354 CONTRACTS)||Loan 3265||20 Aug 2018||VARIOUS | VARIOUS INDIA||Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha||1,269,786.00||1,027,782.00|
|CONSTRUCTION OF CHITROTPALA RIGHT BRANCH CANAL (RD 23.490KM TO 27.140KM) AND CONSTRUCTION OF ASSOCIA TED STRUCTURES (MCI-04)||Loan 3265||07 Dec 2017||M/S M S INFRA ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. | CUTTACK INDIA||Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha||1,774,827.00||1,497,954.00|
|CONSTRUCTION OF CHITROTPALA RIGHT BRANCH CANAL (RD 20.25KM TO 25.18KM) AND CONSTRUCTION OF ASSOCIATE D STRUCTURES - MCI-06||Loan 3265||07 Dec 2017||M/S M S INFRA ENGINEERS PVT. LTD. | CUTTACK INDIA||Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha||1,221,953.00||1,031,328.00|
|INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT CONSULTING SERVICES-ISPMC||Loan 3265||05 Dec 2017||HYDROSULT INC. | 3333 CAVENDISH BLVG CANADA||Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha||7,164,566.00||3,467,332.00|
|CONSTRUCTION OF CHITROTPALA RIGHT BRANCH CANAL (RD . 15.200 KM TO 18.015 KM) AND CONSTRUCTION OF ASSO CIATED STRUCTURES.(MCI-01)||Loan 3265||14 Nov 2017||M/S UMSL LIMITED | BHUBANESWAR INDIA||Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha||1,596,147.00||1,347,395.00|
|CONSTRUCTION OF PAIKA LEFT BRANCH CANAL (RD. 15.00 KM TO 20.250 KM) AND CONSTRUCTION OF ASSOCIATED S TRUCTURES.(MCI-05)||Loan 3265||13 Nov 2017||M/S UMSL LIMITED | BHUBANESWAR INDIA||Department of Water Resources, Gov't of Odisha||1,480,261.00||1,248,897.00|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Machhagaon Canal System Including Structures, Selective Lining and Repair to Canal Embankment Roads - Mac-11||Loan 3265||19 Apr 2017||M/S Unicorn Construction | Salipur, Cuttack, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||473,063.71||393,853.33|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Machhagaon Canal System Including Structures, Selective Lining and Repair to Canal Embankment Roads - Mac-08||Loan 3265||19 Apr 2017||M/S Rajkishore Rout | Cuttack, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||477,492.13||397,540.25|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Machhagaon Canal System Including Structures, Selective Lining and Repair to Canal Embankment Roads - Mac-10||Loan 3265||19 Apr 2017||M/S Karunakar Routray | Jagatsinghpur, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||495,726.94||412,721.80|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Distri 14(Rd00 to 16.134KM) of HLC Range-1 Canal Including Structures, Selective Lining and Repair to Canal Embankment Roads - HLC-06||Loan 3265||19 Apr 2017||M/S Karunakar Routray | Jagatsinghpur, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||571,123.41||475,493.79|
|Refurbishment of IDQ-01, IDQ-11 and IDQ-03 at Hasalaka, MLBCRP (3 Contracts)||Loan 3265||19 Apr 2017||M/S Ashutosh Construction | Jajpur, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||1,283,060.19||1,068,222.98|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Machhagaon Canal System Including Structures, Selective Lining and Repair to Canal Embankment Roads - Mac-09||Loan 3265||05 Apr 2017||M/S Siba Prasad Parida | Kendrapara, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||446,467.56||373,583.14|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Pattamundai Canal System including Modernization of Structures (D-7, D-71/2, D-8A, D-8B , D-9, D-9A, D-11C) - Pat 22||Loan 3265||31 Mar 2017||M/S Gourav Construction | Jajpur, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||474,211.69||401,324.74|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Pattamundai Canal System including Improvement/Modernization of Structures (D -3, D-2, D-2A-1, D-2A-3) - PAT-20||Loan 3265||31 Mar 2017||M/S Gourav Construction | Jajpur, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||494,224.31||418,261.39|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Kansbahal Irrigation Subproject Including Improvement, Modernization of Structures (Kilinga, Kumarkel A, Ranibandha-1 and 2, Padajampali and Alanda) - KAN 03||Loan 3265||29 Mar 2017||M/S Unicorn Construction | Salipur, Cuttack, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||497,653.60||422,708.26|
|Rem of Distributaries Canal D12 and D-15 of Pattam Undai Main Canal Including Structures, Selective Lining and Repair to Canal Embankment Roads - PAT 1||Loan 3265||29 Mar 2017||M/S P M Contractors Pvt Ltd. | Mig 234, Phase II, Kanan Vihar, Bhubanes War, Dist Khurda-751 031, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||575,853.13||489,131.14|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Pattamundai Including Modernization of Structures (D-12C, D-12D, D-13, D-13 1/2, D-14, D -14 1/2, D-15A, D-15B, Tarando, Etc - Pat-23||Loan 3265||29 Mar 2017||M/S Unicorn Construction | Salipur, Cuttack, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||458,690.58||389,612.97|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Pattamundai Canal System in CL Modernization of Stru(Barida Minor, Nurtang Min or, D-4, D-5, D-5(A0, D-5(B), D-7(A)1) - Pat-21||Loan 3265||17 Mar 2017||Various | Various India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||304,097.87||304,097.87|
|Rem of Minor Canals of HLC Canal System Including ModernNization of Structures and Selective Lining (Disty No. 1A , Kothamalai, Jaripada Minor, D2, D3, D4 and D4) -Hlc-||Loan 3265||16 Mar 2017||M/S Monalisa Engicons | Sambalpur, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||518,872.63||445,963.61|
|Rem of Minor Canals of Pattamundai Including Modernization of Structures (D-1, D-1A, D-2, D-1 1/2, D-1 1/2A, D-16C, D- 16D, Batipada, Koriapalla, Etc) - Pat-24||Loan 3265||14 Mar 2017||M/S Shivajyoti Construction | Bye Pass Road, Talcher, Angul, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||1,165,531.07||1,009,813.09|
|Rem of Pattamundai Main Canal from Road 37.94 KM to 46.6 KM Including Structures (Pat-06)||Loan 3265||09 Mar 2017||M/S Bhabani Prasad Kar and M/S Shivajyoti | Mahipal, Kendrapara - 754 211, Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||1,013,191.91||877,147.87|
|Rem of HLC Range-I Canal System Including Improvement/Modernization of Structures and Selective Lining (Disty. No. 9, 10, 11, 12, 12A, 13, 16 and 17)||Loan 3265||02 Feb 2017||Sri Muna Pani | Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||563,236.05||478,542.49|
|Operational Costs||Loan 3265||02 Feb 2017||M/S Ashutosh Construction | Odisha India||Department of Water Resources, Government of Odisha||870,596.17||739,685.01|
|Title||Document Type||Document Date|
|Orissa Integrated Irrigated Agriculture and Water Management Investment Program - Project 2: Procurement Plan||Procurement Plans||Aug 2018|