'LABHA' Scheme

  • Towards the development and empowerment of approximately one crore tribals in Odisha, the state government has approved the launch of the ‘LABHA’ scheme.
  • LABHA, an acronym for Laghu Bana Jatya Drabya Kraya, is a 100% state-funded Minimum Support Price (MSP) for Minor Forest Produce (MFP).
  • The state government will annually determine the Minimum Support Price for the minor forest produce.
  • Tribal primary collectors will sell minor forest produce at MSP through procurement centers managed by TDCCOL (Tribal Development Cooperative Corporation of Odisha Limited).
  • LABHA scheme will collaborate with Mission Shakti’s Women Self-Help Groups (SHGs), benefiting the majority of tribal ....
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