Jagananna Jeeva Kranthi scheme launched | Total 4.69 lakh sheep and Goats

Jagananna Jeeva Kranthi scheme | sheep and goat scheme | ysr Jagananna Jeeva Kranthi scheme | Jaganmohan Reddy schemes

Hello, friends today we are going to tell you about the new scheme launched by the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh “YS Jaganmohan Reddy”. This scheme is to empower women in the state. The name of this scheme is the Jagananna Jeeva Kranthi’ scheme. In this scheme, 2,49,151 sheep and goat units will be distributed to the beneficiaries of  YSR Cheyutha and YSR Aasara.  In this scheme almost 1,869 crore is going to be spent to fulfill the needs of the people. The main aim of this scheme is to help and empower women in the state. With the help of this scheme the women will stand on their own feet and support their families in a well manner.

Jagananna Jeeva Kranthi scheme

As you know, Dairy and animal husbandry is a very important source of revenue in villages. Which supports the farmers’ families at the time of drought and famine. This will help them to sustain themselves during this type of climate change. This scheme will bring recurring income sources to women in the state. 

Total 4.69 lakh sheep and Goats Distributed under this Scheme

Under the Jagananna Jeeva Kranthi scheme, the government will distribute 4.69 lakh units of cattle which includes cows and buffaloes and it will benefit 4.6 lakh beneficiaries and now after this sheep distribution and goat distribution unit will be started.  Each unit will have 5-6 months old 14 ewe lambs and one breeding ram or 14 weaned does  (female goats) and one breeding buck.

In this period, to distribute such a large number of sheep and goat it will take the time they will be distributed in three faces till March 2021 20,000 units will be distributed and in the second phase will be from April 2020 12 August 2021 in that 1.3 lakh units will be distributed and the remaining 99,151 units will be distributed in the third fees form September 15, 2021, to December 2021.

 Benefits of Jagananna Jeeva Kranthi scheme

With the help of this scheme, the rural economy of the state will get boosts. The Women’s from SC, ST, OBC and minorities provided 75,000 over a period of four years for free. It will be shown a way to use the amount as a capital investment for a stable recurring income source. 

Jagananna Jeeva Kranthi scheme farmers and people free to buy local sheep goat breed from the local region of their choice or can avail the services of the committee to be set up with two veterinary doctors, officials form SERP and banks, which will guide them to choose proper sheep or goat units at a reasonable price. 

The state government has also tied up with Allana Group to procure sheep and goats and this group will market the meat and other products, and this group will provide a stable market to the beneficiaries of the Jagananna Jeeva Kranthi. While the Beneficiaries can also sell their products directly to the market. Allana Group will be setting up meat processing units in East Godavari and Kurnool. 

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Under this scheme for living, animal husbandry and other livestock management and other aspects will now be provided through Rythu Bharosa Kendra. This Kendra’s will provide proper guidance and facilities in getting balanced guidance to  feed and address farmers about common alignments that affect the livestock. YSR Sanna Jeevula Nashta Parihara Pathakam (insurance scheme) will be brought under this scheme, along with veterinary services and Pashu Kisan credit cards will also be issued and farmers will get training in sheep and goat rearing training centers. The training centers are being set up at dhone in Kurnool and Penukonda in Anantapur district.

Empowering women under Jagananna Jeeva Kranthi scheme

2,49,151 sheep and goat units will be distributed to beneficiaries of YSR Cheyutha and YSR Aasara. 1,869 crore being spent for the purpose

Three phases

  • 20,000 units will be distributed Till March 2021
  • 1.3 lakh units will be distributed from April 2021 to August 2021
  • 99,151 units will be distributed in the third phase from Sept 2021 to Dec
  • Each unit will have 5-6 months old 14 ewe lambs and one breeding ram or 14 weaned does and one breeding buck
  • MoU with Allana Group
  • MoU signed with Allana Group to procure sheep and goats and market meat products
  • Allana Group will set up meat processing units in East Godavari and Kurnool
  • For More Info Visit Official website