This is an official website of Odisha government with all the details about Odisha.
National Medicinal Plants Board
The objectives of establishing National Medicinal Plants Board is to establish an agency which would be responsible for co-ordination of all matters relating to medicinal plants
Supporting new patterns of rural development, WORLP contributes to reducing poverty by promoting livelihoods initiatives for the poorest.
FRLHT concentrates on research programmes involving studies related to: inventorising medicinal plants in different forest types; threat assessment; saving species on the verge of extinction and sustainable harvest.
Pioneer in agriculture consultancy with proven experience in the sphere of medicinal plants.
This site gives link to various other sites like: agriculture business opportunity, home business opportunity, food processing, work at home and work from home and real estate areas.
Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation (ONCC)
The Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation (ONCC) is a non-profit organization that develops, administers, and evaluates programs for certification in oncology nursing.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
www.fao.org The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations leads international efforts to defeat hunger. Serving both developed and developing countries, FAO acts as a neutral forum where all nations meet as equals to negotiate agreements and debate policy.
RCDC tries to present all possible information on Non-timber forest products (NTFP) management and trade mostly relating to Odisha and its neighboring states, where the NTFP from Odisha go for higher level value addition and marketing.
The Ministry of Environment & Forests
The Ministry of Environment & Forests is the nodal agency in the administrative structure of the Central Government, for the planning, promotion, co-ordination and overseeing the implementation of environmental and forestry programmers.
Odisha Kendu Leaves
The Kendu leaves organisation is headed by the Additional Chief Conservator of Forests, and employs 2314 regular staff. The organisation has 3 Circles and 19 Divisions. The organisation also engages about 19,000 seasonal workers.The stock produced is delivered to Odisha Forest Development Corporation (OFDC) which is the sole selling agent of Government, on fixed commission.
The forest department in the state was re-organised on 1st October 2003. with a view to bring the administration closer to the people. The entire area is divided into 281 ranges in 50 divisions comprising of 37 forest divisions and 12 wildlife divisions and Nandan Kanan Zoological Park, in 8 circles.
The Wildlife Society of Odisha
The Wildlife Society of Odisha set up in 1994 is a state level NGO working in the state of Odisha to conserve its wildlife and forests. The Society undertakes a variety of activities to achieve its objectives and works with government agencies or local communities as close partners.