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2 CONCLUSIONS ACTION PLAN Arising out of discussions of ‘Workshop on’ DPIP – What worked, What did not ? What next ?…… [ November 30 th – December 1 st, 2006] Pr. Secretary RD & PR

3  Organization of CIG’s, Capacity Building, Hand holding support of NGO’s – most of the Groups are functional.  70% to 80% Groups have opted for Agriculture & Allied Sectors (reflects that the primary nature of State’s economy) and a natural choice.  Many innovative activities like Swiss Cottages in Rajsamand, Bicycle leasing, MDM in Tonk, Forest enclosures in Baran, Kund based desert horticulture etc. have been successfully implemented.  Assets are in tact – loss of assets within permissible limits, 5 of non performing assets(with zero income) is negligible.  Average income generation is about Rs. 500/- – 600/- per month per member. Contd..

4  Preparation,sanction and implementation of sub projects have taken an average time of 1 year to 1.5 years.  About 10% CIG’s have acquired additional assets through own/bank resources indicating a growth of business.  The poor are ready to pay for services )AH Services through Saheli cluster in Dausa by Pradhan), Insurance.  Groups demand for more credit – bank linkages – indicative of their hunger for development

5  Capacity Building – EMD,Skill Trainings delayed, lack of clear policy and time frame.  Sequencing of activities –not strictly followed – focus shifted to expenditure from 3 rd year.  Insurance – disbursement of claims.  Convergence  Lack of focus & action for backward & forward linkages : Pasture Development Veterinary Development Marketing Linkages (15% to 20% Groups) Contd..

6  Sub Project ‘Performance on outcomes I.e. income generation not measured either by NGO’s or support agencies (IDS,MART, BASIX etc.)  Lack of team spirit between NGO’s, DPM & SPU  Delay in purchase of 2 nd unit for dairy  Lack of focus on livelihood approach Livelihood assets  Natural: Land, Water, Forest, Livestock  Human: Skill, Knowledge, Education  Physical: Implements, Technology, Tools  Financial:Savings, Credit, Subsidy  Social: Groups, Membership of higher bodies like clusters Contd..

7  Technology transfer gaps particularly in land development & allied sector.  Procedures, frequent change in policies.  Group Contribution – very difficult for the poor to manage.  Envisioning at the time of Sub Project preparation – Gap funding for infrastructure relating to livelihood, Resource mapping.  Sectoral experience of NGO’s (Sadguru – Water Management, MART – Marketing, BASIX – Micro Credit etc.) not used in overall project implementation.  Clusters & Federations not formed for support.

8 S.No.ActivityResponsibilityTime Frame 1.Procurement of Assets: i)All remaining Sub Projects to be sanctioned ii)Procurement of all assets under sanctioned Sub Projects iii)Purchase of Second Unit DPM- NGO 2 Months 1 Month 2.Capacity Building i)Skill Building Trainings ii)EMD SPMU, DPM,NGO 3 Months 6 Months 3.i)Assessment of Backward and Forward Linkage to identify gaps and suggest a Plan of action to DPM ii)Prepare a Concrete Plan of action to fill the gaps along-with Funding requirements, & specific activities iii)Approval & sanction of these plans NGO DPM SPD 2 Months 3 Months 4 Months

9 S.No.ActivityResponsibilityTime Frame 4.Identify reasons for low income as against the projections in Sub Project and take steps to remove the bottlenecks to reach projected level of income. Collector DPM NGO 3 Months 5.i)Meeting with Insurance companies to iron out difficulties & review performance ii)Work out a package for cattle insurance and obtain comparative rate, if possible SPD2 Months 6.i)Identification and sanction of clusters ii)Constitution of Governing Bodies iii)Capacity Building of Clusters iv)Facilitate organization of First AGM of the Cluster v)Finalize Policy on Cluster Supports DPM & NGO’s SPU- DPM DPM SPU 3 Months 4 Months 6 Months 1 Months 7.Registration of CIG’s under the Registration of Societies Act. DPM’s6 Months 8.Identify a transfer of technology package for particularly for land based and allied activities in consultation with KVK’s DU’s etc. and extension through Govt. Agencies DPM’s NGO’s 2 Months

10 S.No.ActivityResponsibilityTime Frame 9.Convergence of activities- Implementation of ‘Gram Sarthi’ DPM, NGO’s3 Months 10.Constitution of State Level Committee representing Core expertise of NGO’s for advise on Sectoral issues. SPD15 Days 11.Redressal of grievance of NGO’s raised in the workshop. Pr.Sec.,RD & PR Sec. RD SPD 1 Months 12.Simplification of reporting formats for NGO’s Pr.Sec.,RD & PR & NGO’s 15 Days 13.Documenting best practices & PublicationsSPD2 Months 14.Visits of NGO’s, CIG’s for cross learning, action & implementations SPD3 Months 15.State Directory of Training Resources (District-wise) SPMU1 Months 16.Identify Resource Centres for technology transfer in Agriculture, allied and micro enterprise sectors & evolve a system for bridging knowledge, transfer gap. SPD2 Months


12 S. No. ActivitiesPurpose 1.Meeting of Gram Sabha [ NGO & GS ] Information of CIG/ Group formation.Why we want to do it ? What activity should betaken to provide a livelihood ? Elicit information on backward & forward linkage for the activity. 2.Meeting of the BPL & the poor – Whose groups are to be formed ? Improving them on purpose of the Group. What Groups will do ? Why they will do & with what benefit ? What Govt. will provide? Loan & repayment Groups formation 3.Training of the GroupsOrientation Training How to manage the affairs of CIG? Record keeping Saving & lending Grading of the Group Eligibility of loan Schemes of Govt. for BPL families(17 Schemes) Entrepreneurship- how to select and run a business. 4.Transfer of Revolving Fund to CIG A/c Encourage Groups regarding micro enterprises & savings

13 S. No. ActivitiesPurpose 5.Meeting of CIG / SHGSelection of Economic Activity through PRA 6.Skill DevelopmentEMD Training of the Group relating to the activity selected Bank Procedures Skill Development 7.i)Grading of the Groups ii)Identification of Backward & Forward linkages for the selected activity and preparation of a Plan of Action to create those linkages Established bank linkages Ensure sustainability and profitability of the activities 8.i)Preparation of Application for loan to the Bank & submission ii)Sanctioned of loan iii)Transfer of subsidy to Bank A/c Assets acquisition Micro Financing 9.i)Assets acquisition ii)Insurance Economic Activity to generate income & profit Risk Management 10.Ensuring Market linkageRevenue stream sustainability 11.Evaluation & Problem solvingSustainability


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