1. ITEM. VALUE. Number of . Districts. 51. Number . of . Blocks. 313. Number . of Gram Panchayats. 23010. Number . of Villages. 52117. Total Population (Census 2011). 7.25. crore. Rural. Population. ID: 312982
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Madhya Pradesh State Rural Livelihoods Mission
ITEMVALUENumber of Districts51Number of Blocks313Number of Gram Panchayats23010Number of Villages52117Total Population (Census 2011)7.25 croreRural Population5.25 croreRural HHs in M.P.SC17,50,684ST30,09,885Minority8,97,000 Others54,22,709Total 1,10,80,278
Total Target Households57,00,000Households Covered (till May 2015)11,95,577SHGs Formed/Revived (till May 2015)1,01,637
25,665 SHG Bok-keepers trained and placed28,590 Internal CRPs identified and trained.125 Bank Mitras identified and 65 deployed1,972 Master Trainers developed.
NRLP blocks: 46+16Non Intensive blocks with NRLM staff: 97+4
TRAINING AND CAPACITY BUILDING
1,214 trainings have been imparted to staff.21,765 trainings have been imparted to the SHG members.944 trainings have been imparted to CRPs.
trainings have been
imparted to Village Organizations.1,025 exposures visits to various organizations and states by the staff and community.529 workshops have been conducted.
TrainingParticipantsBank Savings, Credit Linkage and DocumentationMission Staff, SHG women and CRPsBook-keepingBook-keepersCIF and VRFMission Staff, SHG women, CRPsConvergenceMission StaffCRP Role’s and ResponsibilityCRPs and StaffFinancial LiteracySHG and CRPsLeadership Development SHG & VOCRPs, SHG women and VO leaderMCPMission Staff, CRPs and SHG womenMicro Enterprise Development (MED)SHG women, Mission staffNTFPs Based Micro Enterprise Development for Rural LivelihoodsDM, Producer Group Members & Leader, PFT
TrainingParticipantsMISMission StaffOrientation on EnvironmentMission staff, SHG women, CRPsSHG Concept Formation and ManagementMission Staff, CRP and SHG womenRevolving Fund’s Concept, its Utilization and ManagementMission Staff and SHG womenVO’s Book-keepingBook-keeperVO’s Concept, its Formation and ManagementVO members and CRPs, Mission staffCommunity Leadership and Conflict ManagementDM, ADM and Master TrainerSoft Skills for Enhancing Professionals EffectivenessMaster trainer, PFT Coordinator
Training ParticipantsMicrofinanceMission Staff, SHG women and CRPsGender SensitizationSPM, ASPM, DM, ADM, Master trainer, PFT Coordinator, CRPsMulti-stakeholder Analysis for Sustainable LivelihoodsDM, ADM, Master TrainerBank Mitra Concept, Work, Roles and Responsibilities and Banking Documentation ProcessBank Mitra, Mission staffMCP (TOT)DPM,DMPIPDM, ADM, PFT Coordinator and CRPsTOTADM, PFT Member and CRPInstitutions and Legal AspectsDPM e Book-keepingCRPs
Best Practice SitesStaff and Community (5600 Participants)Community Training CentreCommunity, SHG, Mission Staff Sanitary napkin UnitMission Staff and SHGProducer GroupCommunity, Mission Staff and SHGSHG Concept, Formation and ManagementMission Staff and SHGVO Concept and FormationMission Staff, VO President and SecretaryBank Linkage CampSHG leaders, CRPs and PFTKarnataka MyradaBankersSERPBankersMP DistrictBankersVillage Development ProcessVillage YouthCRPs Roles and ResponsibilitiesCRPsExposure visits to various officesStaff, VO leaders, Community cadre
MAJOR LIVELIHOODS ACTIVITIES
BeneficiariesImproved agriculture2,78,401Farmers using improved seeds1,95,492Commercial vegetable cultivation1,48,000Community Managed Sustainable Agriculture2,068Orchard Development1,500Poultry9,559Apparel Production Unit 2300Spices manufacturing and processing7,531Other MEDs 52,889Dairy activities38,355
Other ActivitiesToys makingGrocery shopsHandicraftAgarbattiHandloomsSanitary Napkin UnitSlide10
Status of Land-based Activities-NRLP
NUMBER OF BENEFICIARY INVOLVED IN ACTIVITY AREA UNDER CULTIVATION (ACRE)BEFORE ACTIVITY AFTER ACTIVITY PERCENTAGE INCREASESRI Cultivation 398320.021956 CMSA (MPSRLM)133430.06093.4-CMSA (SERP)600Turmeric cultivation7254866.674333.4400%Commercial vegetable production1,10,526632331615400%Potato cultivation1202376.251505300%Pomegranate cultivation140902386 System of Wheat Intensification (SWI)229201267-System of Mustard Intensification (SMI)4580196.5-
SoapWashing PowderGroundNut seedCorriander whole and powderedDoormatDal ArharHoneyGurNehru jacketMurabba/ Amla PickleLokwan FlourBesanWheat- 306,322, lokwanWheat- SharbatiSharbati Flour
Sanitary NapkinsCarpetsPotteryPOP StatuesDesigner BanglesAgarbattiTurmericGram BoldCow dung artefactsRP-9 Mustard Seed RN-3 Mustard Seed HandloomBed Sheet/ TowelsBamboo ProductsSoybean SeedGram seeds
MPVVNBAIFIIFMMPWPPCLHIHTechno ServeSyngentaDigital GreenUN Women
Reckitt BenckiserHULSidhi Vinayak, PuneHorticulture departmentVeterinary departmentIn PipelineChaitanyaAHFWOWJai Kisan
Model Blocks and villages
Community Training CentreCommunity Based Micro Finance InstitutionsDatabase of Unemployed YouthAajeevika FreshLow Cost AgricultureBPL to LakhpatiFarmer Producer CompaniesCommercial Vegetable ProductionPomegranate cultivationCluster based activitiesDefence RalliesPlantation on Field BundsComputer Literacy to CRPsCommunity based Micro Insurance Institution
Mobile Tracking System
SMS based information system
Saturation Approach in providing employment opportunity to unemployed youth-515 villages saturated
Aromatic Plantation (
Comprehensive Livestock Development
Integrated Small Orchard Development
Special focus on these blocks; to develop them as models which can be replicated elsewhereMajor interventions-Comprehensive Livestock Development ProgrammeIntegrated Small Orchard Development ProgrammeSanjhi SehatDigital Greene-bookkeeping
Comprehensive social and economic development of one village per PFT memberMajor indicators:- Aim to saturate 100% target families by 31st March 2016. All school going children shall be going to school by 30th June 2015. Job opportunity to all unemployed youths by 31st March 2016. Ensured pensions and government entitlements to all the beneficiaries. At least 1 activity based cluster will emerge in each block before 31st March 2017. Before 31st March 2017, all BPL families will be earning an annual income of more than Rs. 1 lakh. All SHG members shall attend Gram Sabhas.
100% toilet construction before 31st March 2017100% seed replacement in agriculture sector by 31st March 2017Open defecation free by March 31st 2017To form committee to look into the issues related to gram sabhasTo prepare livelihood plans for families, depending on available resources and interestTo ensure awareness regarding all social security schemesTo commercialize vegetable productionMonitoring of various institutions like schools, aaganbadi kendra, PDS shops etc. by VO shall be doneConvergence with other departments Plantation of economically viable species on field bunds
Organized Vegetable Marketing
Fresh in the state.
Comprehensive Livestock Development Programme
PROJECT IMPLEMENTING PARTNER
BAIF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH FOUNDATIONProject Duration Five Years (2014-15 to 2018-19)Project CoverageThree model blocks of Dindori , Sheopur & Barwani District
Establishment of 2 Livestock Development Centre in each block which includes Breed improvement, fodder development, Animal health campDepute Technical Person for providing livestock related services Working area of centre- villages in 10 to 15 km radius Animals Covered Large ruminants: cattle and buffaloSmall ruminants: Goats, Poultry, Piggery
Integrated Small Orchard Development Programme
PROJECT IMPLEMENTING PARTNERBAIF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH FOUNDATIONProject Duration Five Years (2014-15 to 2018-19)Project CoverageModel blocks of Dindori , Sheopur & Barwani District
500 beneficiaries in each blockBeneficiaries will start earning Rs 10, 000/month from the 3rd year
INTERVENTIONS:Establishment of orchard of the selected fruit varietyUtilization of border of orchard for planting of multi purpose forestry and economic speciesAdoption of improved farming techniques, by capacity building of the participating farmers
SKILLS & PLACEMENT -DATA BASE
Database of unemployed rural youth prepared in
3 categories: (“Gram Yuva Panji” at Village level)Training and PlacementJob FairR-SETIs
Database of about 2 lakh unemployed youths has been prepared in 46 NRLP blocks. Out of total registered youths, 23% are girls
Prepared and maintained by Village organizations
Database of unemployed youths
Saturation Approach in providing employment opportunity to unemployed youth-515 villages saturated
Number of districts: 5
Villages: 475SHGs: 2,945Families: 35340
Convergence with ICDS, NRHM, PHED, SBA, MDM
Sanjhi Sehat (Health and Nutrition Pilot)
SANJHI SEHAT (HEALTH AND NUTRITION PILOT)
TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH AND NUTRITION STATUS OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN BY PARTICIPATORY LEARNING AND ACTION PROCESSES WITH WOMEN SHGSCoverage5 districts
Promotion of Sanitary Napkin for Menstrual Hygiene Management has been included
A pilot testing for Health and Nutrition Program is being carried keeping in mind the following indicators:-Initiation of breastfeeding within one hour of birth among new-born.Initiation of complementary feeding among infants on completion of 6 months.Weighing of children in age group 0-3 years.Complete immunization among children.Reduced malnutrition among children (0-6 years).Complete ANC coverage for pregnant women.Institutional delivery.Home visits by Government frontline workers within one month for home delivery.Households having access to utilization of toilets.
CLUSTER BASED ACTIVITIES
Turmeric Cluster in Barwani, Shahdol and Sagar- 7,521 families are engagedPotato cluster in Dhar- 1,202 beneficiariesPlantation of Pamarosa & Lemongrass in 300 acres in district Sagar -225 farmersApparel Production- 2300 women of 9 clusters involved Doormat- 330 women of districts Sagar, Sidhi and Chattarpur
FARMER PRODUCER COMPANY
Providing financial services to the members at their doorsteps.
2 Community Based Micro Finance Institution:-
Samriddhi (Pati Block, Barwani)Pragati (Para Block, Jhabua
26 Farmer Producer CompaniesAgriculture17Dairy02Poultry02NTFP03Spices01Orange01
Progress: 2 CBMIISaksham (Panna)Tatyatope CBIF (Shivpuri
Community based Microfinance Insurance Institution provides insurance cover to SHG member and her husband in case of their death.
In coordination with Indian Army, organized several
Defence Rallies for unemployed youth
Special orientation and training programs for youths before their participation in rallies
Established Aajeevika School Prashikshan Kendra in Anuppur
About 7000 youths placed through these rallies in last 3 years
PLANTATION ON FIELD BUNDS
Species that are being grown in various districts:-
A cadre of digitally literate CRP has been prepared by the mission. They are deployed in filling data in community portals. They also spread digital awareness among the communities.
COMPUTER LITERACY TO CRPS
CRPs have been positioned in 2 PFT offices
For providing alternative environment friendly livelihood options, and utilization of bunds of field in villages, plantation of economically viable species on the field bunds is being done.
Aims at equipping SHGs with a web enabled software to capture its weekly and other major transactional details
With the help of software, the e-bookkeeper can provide up-to-date receipts, payment statements, income/ expenditure statements, and profit and loss account to SHG and individuals on demand
Mobile Tracking System
The system tracks the location of mission employees on Google map using the longitudinal and latitudinal data
SMS Based Information System
It is used for sending information/alerts through the medium of SMS to an individual, a group or community
BPL to Lakhpati
MPSRLM has been striving to bring BPL families to income level of Rs 1 lakh per annum.
Till date 91483/90,000 families have started earning more than Rs 8500/month
COMMUNITY RUN TRAINING CENTERS
These training centres are run and managed by expert community membersThere are 8 such centres in the stateEstablished in government building, these centres have enough capacity for: running training classes accommodation (50 bedded) space for establishment of mess meeting hall hygienic toilets
Shops in the market area are allotted to SHG members in convergence with Zila Panchayat.Shops are owned and managed by family member of SHGs with various enterprises like cycle repair shop, barber shop, grocery shop etc.14 Ajeevika Bazaar
Ajeevika Haat is a platform for marketing of various SHG farms and non farm products, providing services to villagers and performing trading activity. MPSRLM has established 3 Ajeevika haats in Panna where more than 300 village entrepreneurs market their produce or provide various services like barber shop, dhaba, repair shops etc.Similarly with convergence of Zila Panchayat 10 haats are established in Rajgarh, Sidhi and Vidisha.
No. of villages per month (Min.)No. of days per month (Min.)No. of nights halts per month (Min.)State Officials18155District Officials30155Field staffEvery villages of their respective cluster187
*All the employees are instructed to submit a detailed report of the field/tour conducted by them.
Field visit conducted by the State officials:-Tools/Meaures:-Village level31 point format (Village profile and the extent to which the work has been covered in a particular village).8 points (For improved financial inclusion). Discussions with the members.Review of the books of records.District/Block/Cluster levelMeetings conducted with the DPM, DMs, PFT members and coordinators: Discussions regarding scope of improvement and grievances of the staff.Nodal districts: State officials have been assigned the responsibility of atleast one district. CRP drives conducted to ensure proper updation of books of records.Video conferencing: Monthly VC of the SMMU and all the DMMUs is conducted.Review meeting: Monthly meetings of all the state officials.DPM meeting: Monthly meetings of all the DPMs and state level officials is.
153 Aajeevika Fresh outlets established to sell fresh vegetables959 SHG members are the distributors of Hindustan UnileverPartnership developed with Vindhya Vally and private partnersEstablishment of Livelihood School in Anuppur, Disha Training Centre in Rewa and Shaurya Sankalp Training Centre in Sagar Convergence with other departments and educational instites like IHM, ITIEstablishment of Call centres in Shivpuri and RewaMore than 4600 Skill Development Programmes organisedMore than 7000 youths placed through defence rallies in last 3 yearsPlacement opportunities to PTG girls1.48 lakh farmers engaged in Commercial Vegetable cultivation1, 34,630 thumb impressions replaced by signaturesSlide32
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