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Welcome to Sankalpa Research Center at Village Baidyapur, Nadia District, West Bengal, India.
ARTS, a Society founded by Sankalpa Trust, manages the rural development programs of Sankalpa Research Center.
Please click the image-item of your choice to obtain a description of the associated project.
Eco Kiln (VSBK) Project Eco Kiln (VSBK) Project20kWe Biomass Gasification Based Power Plant (BGBPP)Solar Photovoltaic (SPV) devices 60 Nm3 Plug Flow Biogas Digester Project
Floating Type Biogas Holders (FTBH)Pot-in-Pot Vegetable Cooler (PIP) Pot-in-Pot Vegetable Cooler (PIP)Solar Photovoltaic (SPV) devicesFerrocement Doors and Window shutters (FCDW) Compressed Earth Block (CEB)Micro-concrete Roofing (MCR) Tiles20kWe Biomass Gasification Based Power Plant (BGBPP)
Improved chulha (IISc Bangalore design) Ferrocement Doors and Window shutters (FCDW)Compressed Earth Block (CEB)20kWe Biomass Gasification Based Power Plant (BGBPP) 20kWe Biomass Gasification Based Power Plant (BGBPP)

Welcome to the Sankalpa Research Center--Nadia (SRC-N) Homepage:

The SRC-N Homepage is your complete source for information on the asset-based and market creation models that have been built at the Sankalpa Research Center -- Nadia for the the development of Sustainable Livelihoods Program and more in our grassroots rural development programs at Nadia.

The Society for Appropriate Rural Technology for Sustainability (ARTS) -- which has been founded by Sankalpa Trust in order to implement Sankalpa's grassroots and participatory village-based development programs -- is responsible for maintaining and managing the Sankalpa Research Center.

1.    INTRODUCTION       … And always, we learn from Nature

Sankalpa Pyramidal ModelThe projects at SRC-Nadia are primarily based on the Sankalpa Pyramidal Model for village-based development shown on the right, which is based on the Pareto Principle that 80% of the ‘global’ villagers’ needs can be met if we comprehensively address the following three core issues (which are assumed to constitute 20% of the ‘total’ number of issues), or the ‘primary colors’ of rural development:
     (a)    ‘Sustainable Livelihoods’;
     (b)    ‘‘Sustainable Energy’ and
     (c)    ‘‘Sustainable Shelter’.

According to our research of village-based systems, these three approaches—held together by ‘Sustainable Information’—as shown in the pyramidal model on the right, are sufficient to promote ‘Total Empowerment’ or ‘Sustainable Development’ of the rural masses.

At a higher level of abstraction, we have the “Total Rural Development” (TRD) model for village-based development, in which the three primary colors are ‘mixed’, to provide three additional categories: “Health’, ‘Agriculture and Environment’ and ‘Advanced Technologies’.

With the level of funding that we have mobilized so far, the projects that are being pursued at SRC-Nadia can therefore be classified into the following categories shown in the clickable image below: [Please click the appropriate box to view details of the projects in each category, listed below]

SRC Projects SRC-N Projects Sustainable Livelihoods Projects Renewable Energy Projects Sustainable Shelter Projects ICT and Knowledge-Based Projects Multi-Disciplinary Projects


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2.    Livelihoods Projects

Code No: Project Title/
Reference Document
Brief description
SRC.LIV01.LTEC
Livelihoods Training & Education Center (LTEC)
Livelihoods Training & Education Center (LTEC)

[ltec.pdf] ~282 kb
The objective of the LTEC is to promote rural creativity based on the principles of the Sankalpa Pyramid Model and determine the appropriate transformation processes that should be adopted, by evaluating the multidimensional relationships between the past historical constraints and those of modern ‘sustainable’ livelihood strategies. We need your support to build and implement the LTEC Proposal.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.LIV02.PA
Precision Agriculture (PA)
Precision Agriculture (PA)

[pa.pdf] ~127 kb
Develop the means to enhance farm-based and site-specific crop management systems, taking local conditions into account. Of particular interest is the impact of PA on the reduction of Green House Gas (GHG) emissions. We need your help and support to develop and implement the project.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.LIV03.SPI
Spirulina Workshop
Spirulina Workshop

[spirulina_flyer.pdf] ~123 kb
The objective of the workshop on Spirulina is to promote and develop capacity building/training programs for SHGs, change agents and entrepreneurs for enabling the growth of Spirulina as a micronutrient food supplement, in urban poor and/or village-based communities. Spirulina project can be organized as a small business for women. With proper funding mechanisms, these same women can be involved in feeding programs and become sustainable ‘barefoot nutritionists’. Women who produce, process and sell Spirulina can also become agents of awareness creation and nutrition education. We need your help and support to conduct the workshops and then to develop and implement the spirulina project.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.LIV04.HMPP
Handmade paper products (HMPP)
Handmade Paper Products (HMPP)

[manual_carrybag.pdf] ~86 kb
Handmade paper products are eco-friendly, bio-degradable, 100% wood-free product which have a recycling value as it is made up of cloth rags and agricultural wastes, thus contributing in saving trees, and preserves ecology. It has long product life; unique in texture; high tensile bursting, tearing and double fold strength as compared to mill made paper, and does not turn brittle due to aging. The download link provided is a sample manual for making simple HMP carry bags. We need your help and support to develop and implement the project.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.LIV05.BAMH
Bamboo Handicrafts
Bamboo Handicrafts

[TO BE ADDED]
As in HMPP above, bamboo handicrafts are made from natural products. We have worked in the past with Professor A. G. Rao of IIT Bombay, who has established one of the finest R&D establishments on bamboo products. We need your support to develop an operational program for promoting bamboo handicrafts.
SRC.LIV06.JUTH
Jute Handicrafts
Jute Handicrafts

[TO BE ADDED]
There is a wide variety of materials and resources as well as access to design and production expertise available with us for making jute handicrafts. We need your support to develop an operational program for promoting jute handicrafts.
SRC.LIV07.MFI
Micro-enterprises and Micro-finance institutions (MFIs)
Micro-enterprises and Micro-finance institutions (MFIs)

[TO BE ADDED]
Micro-enterprises promote the market creation approach. The Society for Development Initiatives (SDI), Bangladesh has agreed to provide its expertise to the Sankalpa Group in the development of Microfinance Institutions (MFI), so that we may approach leading institutions, such as Plan International and other project development resources, for system development programs and for raising finances. We need your support to develop the MFI program.
SRC.LIV08.SOAP
Handmade soap products
Handmade soap products

[TO BE ADDED]
This project to make handmade soap is linked with the handicrafts and the 'Direct-to-Home vegetable distribution service' reviewed in Section 6. We need your support to develop an operational program for making and distributing handmade soap products.

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3.    Renewable Energy Projects

Code No: Project Title/
Reference Document
Brief description
SRC.REN01.RETC
Renewable Energy Training Center (RETC)
Renewable Energy Training Center (RETC)

[retc.pdf] ~298 kb
The proposed ‘Renewable Energy Training Center (RETC)’—which is in the planning stage, as part of our ongoing participatory village development program at Village Baidyapur, Nadia—will disseminate information and help to build capacity, especially for Distributed Energy Paradigms. We need your support to build the RETC. We need your support to build and implement the RETC Proposal.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.REN02.PFBD
Plug Flow Biogas Digester (PFBD)
Plug Flow Biogas Digester (PFBD) The Plug Flow Biogas Digester (PFBD) traps methane, a significant greenhouse gas, and uses it for productive purposes—such as (a) generation of electricity; (b) fuel for industrial processes and (c) domestic applications in homes for cooking. This will not only help to stimulate economic development with resulting social benefits, it will also have a significantly positive impact on the local and global environment. We need your support to operate the 60Nm3 PFBD installation at SRC-Nadia.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.REN03.FTBH
Floating Type Biogas Holders (FTBH) & Waste Management
Floating Type Biogas Holders (FTBH) & Waste Management The Floating Type Biogas Holders (FTBH) is a simple device, which is very convenient to use, handle and maintain, and is possibly the most cost-effective solution for treating domestic kitchen waste and waste vegetable products in a distributed paradigm. We are collaborating with SINTEX for developing integrated waste management systems, involving FTBHs and street collection/door-to-door collection of waste. We need your support to develop an adequate model of the proposal and implement the project.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.REN04.BAPP
Biogas Applications and Use Cases
Biogas Applications and Use Cases

[manual_carrybag.pdf] ~86 kb
A major objective of producing methane through the PFBD or FTBH biomethanation strategies is to use methane as a valuable clean energy source. We need your support to procure and distribute (a) biogas lamps; (b) generate electricity from biogas using biogas generators; and (c) biogas cookers.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.REN05.BGBPP
Biomass Gasification Based Power Plant (BGBPP)
Biomass Gasification Based Power Plant (BGBPP)

[TO BE ADDED]
Thermochemical gasification involves pyrolysing biomass without sufficient air for full combustion, but with enough air to convert the solid biomass into a gaseous fuel. The intended use of the gas and the characteristics of the particular biomass (size, texture, moisture content,) determines the design and operating characteristics of the gasifier and associated equipment. We need your support to operate the 20kWe installation at SRC-Nadia.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.REN06.CREM
Biomass Gasifier Crematorium
Biomass Gasifier Crematorium

[bg_crematorium.pdf] ~230 kb
About 8 million people are cremated every year in India. About 600 kg of fuel wood is needed to completely burn an average body. Hence, the national consumption of fuelwood is about five million tonnes per year! The BGC can reduce this massive consumption of firewood by about 75%! We need your support to disseminate the biomass gasifier crematorium concept, in both semi-urban and rural areas.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.REN07.VPIP
Pot-in-Pot Vegetable Cooler (PIP)
Pot-in-Pot Vegetable Cooler (PIP)

Concept Note: [pip.pdf] ~107 kb
This innovative absorption cooling system does not use electricity. It consists of two earthenware pots of different diameters, one placed inside the other. The space between the two pots is filled with wet sand/moist medium; the evaporation process automatically causes a drop in temperature of several degrees, cooling the inner container, destroying harmful microorganisms and preserving the perishable foods inside. We need your support to disseminate the concept.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.REN08.HSDRY
Hybrid solar thermal-biogas drier
Hybrid solar thermal-biogas drier

[TO BE ADDED]
We have initiated a project to develop a hybrid solar thermal-biogas drier for fruits, vegetables, fishes and food products, in general. We are requesting our supporters and well-wishers to donate liberally, in order to complete the protoype fabrication, which could serve as an important model for demonstrating an effective use of biogas for commercial use and for generating rural livelihoods. We need your support to develop a prototype of the model.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.REN09.BRIQ
Briquetting technologies
Briquetting technologies

[TO BE ADDED]
Briquetting technologies use efficient energy conversion devices to transform waste biomass such as Prosopis, Lantana and Ipomea into densified energy briquettes, which can be used in a variety of situations, starting from domestic cooking fuels to industrial applications. We need your support to disseminate the concept.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.REN10.SOLCK
Solar cooker
Solar cooker

[solar_cooker.pdf] ~286 kb
The simple, 'home-made' Solar Cooker developed by Dr. Steven E. Jones of Brigham Young University (BYU), USA is an example of a design that can be made locally in homes, so that the indigent people may turn away from burning fuelwood for domestic cooking. We need your support to disseminate the concept.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project

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4.    Sustainable Shelter Projects

Code No: Project Title/
Reference Document
Brief description
SRC.SHE01.STTC
Shelter Technologies Training Center (STTC)
Shelter Technologies Training Center (STTC)

[proposal_sttc.pdf] ~471 kb
The proposed STTC will generate in the village-based community (a) livelihood options for shelter products and services, in general and fired brick manufacture and distribution, in particular; (b) the financial and management structures needed to run the public funded Eco Kiln, as a hands-on training center facility. We need your support to build and implement the STTC Proposal.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.SHE02.VSBK
Eco Kiln (VSBK) Project
Eco Kiln (VSBK) Project The Eco Kiln (VSBK) Project is a model for demonstrating the effectiveness of the continuous process technology for firing bricks. Join us to raise funds for operationalizing the model Eco Kiln and in the development of capacity building and training programs, not only for the Eco Kiln, but in other sustainable shelter projects.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.SHE03.MCRT
Micro-concrete Roofing (MCR) Tiles
Micro-concrete Roofing (MCR) Tiles The TARA Tile Maker produces MCR Tiles that can resist cyclonic, high wind velocities. The MCR mix consists of 1 part cement, 2 parts of graded sand, and 1 part of stone grit, smaller than 6 mm in size. The mix requires a water-cement ratio between 0.45 and 0.5. With a labor force of 4 persons, a production rate of upto 200 tiles a day per vibrator is easily achieved. We need your support to disseminate the concept.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.SHE04.FCDW
Ferrocement Doors and Window shutters (FCDW)
Ferrocement Doors and Window shutters (FCDW) Prefabricated FCDW are (a) easy to manufacture, (b) they are strong and durable, (c) resistant against water and (d) requires little maintenance afterwards. Since manual labor is the main activity in manufacturing FCDWs, it is ideal for providing employment opportunities in rural environments and a rural enterprise can be started with a low investment. We need your support to disseminate the concept.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.SHE05.CEB
Compressed Earth Blocks (CEB)
Compressed Earth Blocks (CEB) CEB Technology offers a cost effective, environmentally sound masonry system, suitable for a variety of applications in walls and roofs to make strong and durable buildings. The inputs needed are human and sunlight energy and ordinary soil as the raw material. We need your support to disseminate the concept.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.SHE06.CHUL
Improved chulha (IISC Bangalore design)
Improved chulha (IISC Bangalore design) The simple but improved chulha developed at IISc-Bangalore has a constriction in the flow of hot gases, essentially a Venturi effect, which causes an induced draft that draws smoke away, through the chimney, to the outside, virtually eliminating indoor pollution, while almost doubling the fuel conversion efficiency. We need your support to disseminate the technology.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project

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5.    ICT & Knowledge Based Projects

Code No: Project Title/
Reference Document
Brief description
SRC.ICT01.ITECC
IT Enabled Community Center
IT Enabled Community Center The IT Enabled Community Center (ITECC) disseminates knowledge and information requirements to its target rural community through participatory design and implementation programs, thereby contributing to the overall development of village-based communities. They are typically equipped to provide, telemedicine services, educational and training programs and knowledge services for asset-based programs and market creation approaches. We need your support to build and implement the ITECC Proposal.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.ICT02.TELEM
Telemedicine services
Telemedicine services Telemedicine is based on medical informatics, involving two or more actors in collaboration, often in interdisciplinary teams; application of computers, communications and information technology and systems to all fields of medicine—medical care, medical education and medical research. Telemedicine is an overall concept to refer to both corrective and preventive health measures presented through the use of ICTs. Help us to disseminate this concept.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.ICT03.MCLIN
Mobile health clinic
Mobile health clinic Our network partner for delivering reliable and inexpensive health care for our rural development programs is Dr. Jacques Verré, Dental-Surgeon, Auroville, who has perfected a new universal concept called “Zero Concept”, applied in dentistry. We propose to introduce the service at Nadia, as soon as we can procure funds. We need your support to disseminate the concept.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.ICT04.RADIO
Community Radio
Community Radio Community Radio’ describes the local/community radio as broadcasting that is for, by, and about the community, with ownership that is representative of the community, pursues a social development agenda, and above all, is run as a non-profit. We need your support to develop village-based ‘Community Radio Studios’.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.ICT05.MGIRL
Multimedia Center for the girl child
Multimedia Center for the girl child

[multimedia_gc.pdf] ~265 kb
Children and the girl child in particular will have access to a multimedia studio facility with the concomitant benefits and advantages that accrue from such a vibrant and interactive educational program. The studio will empower the children of this community - especially the girl-child - and promote self-confidence, self-expression and assertiveness amongst that segment of society which is intrinsically one of the most disadvantaged. We need your support to disseminate the technology.     Read more [multimedia_gc.pdf] ~265 kb ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.ICT06.CBT
Computer-based Training Programs (CBTs)
Computer-based Training Programs (CBTs) We develop CBTs to disseminate appropriate technologies, which are the most cost-effective tools for propagating distance education programs, and to promote e-learning strategies in the villages. We need your intellectual inpts and financial support to design, develop, produce content, maintain and disseminate appropriate CBTs.     Send us your comments on this project
SRC.ICT07.USAB
Usability and design of rural IT Enabled Services
Usability and design of rural IT Enabled Services

[TO BE ADDED]
Measurement and identification of factors that inhibit the proliferation of rural ITES systems and to determine the appropriate content development strategies that will be most relevant for rural and indigent populations in India, which will address the socioeconomic, sociocultural and sociotechnical factors from an integrated viewpoint. We need your support to disseminate the concept.       Send us your comments on this project

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6.    Multi-Disciplinary Projects

Code No: Project Title/
Reference Document
Brief description
SRC.MDP01.UTRD
Micro TRD Project)
Micro TRD Project

[Micro TRD Project Proposal] ~447 kb
The Micro TRD Project—a one-year project with a budget outlay of Rs 2.4 crores—is the smallest subset of the global TRD Project [trdglobal.pdf] ~1,618 kb, which seeks to develop a participatory approach for empowering target beneficiaries to: (a) Overcome local barriers to socio-economic development using an asset-based and market creation approach through PPPs, with the help of knowledge-based products and services as tools for social empowerment; (b) Use these assets to provide for the sustainability of the program; (c) Use process oriented and scientific approaches for community building; (d) Adopt a reusable and modular structure for an object oriented software driven approach for realizing the change processes; and (e) Promote the growth of ethics and morality throughout the program.     Read more [microtrd.pdf] ~ 447 kb ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.MDP02.ATLIB
Appropriate Technology (AT) Library
Appropriate Technology (AT) Library

[TO BE ADDED]
We propose to develop a wikimedia-based AT Library that provides an editable database for Sankalpa SRC Projects, which will address the need of providing solutions that fit the village resources and goals within the local culture. “Appropriate technology is the skills, knowledge and procedures for making, using and doing useful things, while making optimum use of human, natural, and person-made resources in the village—with ‘optimum’ determined on a village-specific basis by the villagers themselves.”        Send us your comments on this project
SRC.MDP03.COM
Community Development
Community Development Community Development is community-based and people-centered. It is for the community by the community and of the community—towards a shared vision with a broad base of community support. We propose to develop an ‘object-oriented’ process whereby a group of people in a community can quickly reach a decision to initiate a social action process to change their economic, social, cultural or environmental situation.        Send us your comments on this project
SRC.MDP04.PPSD
Workshop: Participatory Practices for Sustainable Development (PPSD)
Workshop: Participatory Practices for Sustainable Development (PPSD)

[ppsd_course.pdf] ~36 kb
This three-day appreciation course (two-day classroom plus one-day field visit) will (a) cover the theory and practice of sustainable community-based development, which are based on a participatory, bottom-up approach to development; (b) engage the participants in participatory practices for assessing the community situation, developing a strategic plan and monitoring the development efforts to improve performance. We need your active participation and help to institutionalize this course.     Read more [ppsd_course.pdf] ~ 36 kb ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.MDP05.IEHP
Integrated Energy and Health Project
Integrated Energy and Health Project

[spirulina_flyer.pdf] ~123 kb
We propose to develop a sustainable and integrated village-based health, waste disposal and energy generation system, which can: (a) produce methane fuel from biomethanation of agricultural, livestock and domestic waste; and (b) produce spirulina and fish through appropriate aquaculture practices, by utilizing the large amounts of CO2 present in biogas.   Read more [spirulina_flyer.pdf] ~ 123 kb ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.MDP06.DTH
Direct-to-Home vegetable distribution service
Direct-to-Home vegetable distribution service

[d2h_procedures.pdf] ~46 kb
Empower farmers and rural artisans to directly market their village-based produce, products and services in metropolitan areas, with innovative Information & Communications Technologies (ICT) to control and coordinate the placement of daily orders and payment collection systems; and Just-In-Time (JIT) methods for supply chain management, to minimize inventory carrying and spoilage costs. This will eliminate middlemen and provide: (a) global access to the village entrepreneur; (b) home-delivered, farm-fresh quality products at lower prices to city folk; and sustainable employment to migratory villagers. We need your active support and membership of a cooperative structure, in order to implement this critically important social enterprise.     [d2h_procedures.pdf] ~46 kb ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.MDP07.PUB
Sankalpa Publications
Sankalpa Publications

[About Sankalpa Publications] ~46 kb
We aim to provide a platform on the internet for anybody who has something worthwhile to say, to come right out and publish their thoughts and work, unencumbered by protocol and free of economic concerns. The media of discourse will include: (a) eBooks and electronic publications; (b) White Papers and knowledge-based products & services; (c) Newsletters; (d) Digital imaging products and services; and (e) Paperback and bound books.     Read more ...    Send us your comments on this project
SRC.MDP08.AFPW
Arsenic-free potable water
Arsenic-free potable water

[TO BE ADDED]
We propose to experiment with (a) Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute-Calcutta (CGCRI)’s ‘Ceramic Membrane’ Technology; and (b) the ‘Electrochemical Arsenic Remediation’ technology developed by Dr. Ashok Gadgil at Environmental Energy Technologies Division, LBNL, University of California, Berkeley—for the removal of arsenic and iron from groundwater, which will then be supplied as potable water to the local rural community, and for setting up a chain of sustainable livelihood activities.         Send us your comments on this project
SRC.MDP9.LIB
Village library services
Village library services

[TO BE ADDED]
We propose to provide internet-enabled library services for the children of the tribal community in Baidyapur Village, SRC—Nadia. The American Center Library at Calcutta has kindly donated a large number of back issues of social, management and photo journals for starting the library. We need your support to buy communications and infrastructural equipment to set up the library.         Send us your comments on this project
SRC.MDP10.SOFC
Biogas and Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC)
Biogas and Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC)

[TO BE ADDED]
The objective of this project is to optimize the usage of biogas in solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) by (a) developing techniques to control the anaerobic digestion process to inhibit the formation of trace gases while enhancing methane yields; (b) develop cost-effective biogas cleaning processes and (c) demonstrate the transformation of upgraded biogas into electrical energy in SOFCs. The non-technical objectives of the project are to: (a) conduct economic feasibility studies and (b) develop public-private partnerships for market driven implementation strategies.         Send us your comments on this project

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