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Kuttanad region and its community were facing severe agrarian distress for the last 5 decades owing to a variety of factors.  Based on the request of the Govt. of Kerala to address the perennial problems faced in Kuttanad, the Union Govt. entrusted the Dr. M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai to conduct a scientific study of the region and suggest suitable measures to mitigate agrarian distress in Kuttanad.  The MSSRF recommended a variety of interventions to be implemented as a Package with a total cost outlay of Rs. 1,840 crore which was accepted by the Govt. of India for funding under ongoing Central Sector Schemes. Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) prepared by the State Govt. for different activities envisaged in the Package are under different stages of implementation.

Latest Happenings

LAST UPDATED ON 22/08/2016

  • Silo storage system in modern rice mill of Oil Palm India Ltd at Vechoor Kottayam was inaugurated by the Hon'ble CM on 1/2/2016 5 Pm at Vechoor funded under 13th FCA for Kuttanad Development
  • The 9th Prosperity Council Meeting chaired by the Hon'ble Chief Minister to review the works under Kuttanad Package held on 7/10/2014, 11.30 am at Thiruvananthapuram
  • The Hon'ble Chief Minister inaugurated the launch of construction works of Thanneermukkom Barrage and renovation of  existing shutters on 16/9/2014 at Alappuzha.

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  • Promotion of natural water flow, dilute pollutants & enhance ecological health
  • Minimize the adverse ecological impact on closure of the barrage and elimination of waterweeds.
  • Reproduction of native fishes, prawns and shells.
  • Cut down the solid waste pollution.  Water quality monitoring will help in checking efficacy of taken measures and deciding need for additional measures.
  • Elimination of insitu water pollution in Kuttanad
  • Minimization of chances of major crop loss during flood, improve de-watering operation.
  • Promote better rice cultivation, reduction in cost of cultivation and switching to one rice-one fish farming mode.
  • Increased fish production, improved livelihood for fishing community and increased availability of better quality fish or food.
  • Spreading the economic impact of tourism.
  • Accessing all round information and strengthening knowledge-based decision making.