Areas of Operation in Sambalpur District


State : Odisha
District : 

Peoples Organisation (Jan Sangathan)

 Mahila Sangram Samiti (MSS)

 Lok Mukti Sangathan (LMS)

Jan Sangharsa Samiti (JSS)


Sambalpur District Map


Bamara Kuchinda Jamankira Rengali

District Profile 

Sambalpur district has a rich and developed cultutal heritage. The district has an extreme type of climate with summer temperatures soaring above 46 C for days on end. The economy of the district is basically dependent on agriculture and secondly on forest produce. In the past ten years there has been considerable industrialisation around Rengali. Sambalpur is also home to one of India's early large dams - the Hirakund Dam which came into existence in the 1950's and is still a major source of irrigation. The district experiences many beautiful festivals around the year with Nuakhai being the most important social festival of the district. 

Atmashakti Intervention : August 2009

We have sixteen  jansathi's  working in Bamra, Jamankira, Kuchinda and Rengali Blocks.

Area 6,702 sq km
Blocks 9
Panchayats 48
Villages 1,332
Rural/Urban Ratio 72.88/27.12
Population  935,613
Sex Ratio  973
Children (age 0 to 6 years) 112,946
Average Family Size  5
No of Aganwadi's Centre / Mini AWC's 1453/376
No of Primary Health Centres / Sub Centres 31/172
Infant Mortality Rate  102
Maternal Moterality rate  303
Literacy  76.91
HDI 0.589
GDP 0.560
Percapita Income Rs 6,171
Per capita-state 5,264
Forest Cover  3,363.30 sq km 
Industrial Units Steel & Power plants.
Irrigated Area 565 sq km
Affected by Left Wing Extremism YES, Low
MGNREGA DATA (2016-2017)
No. of Families who got work 8,660
Average  No. of Days 34.49

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