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1 PAB on 16th April, 2013 Government of Odisha School & Mass Education Department. Government of Odisha School & Mass Education Department. AWP&B , Mid-Day Meal Scheme in Odisha State Project Management Unit (MDM), Odisha

2 Structure of PPT 1.Brief History 2.Organogram 3.Convergence 4.Fund flow Mechanism 5.Policy & Decision 6.MDM Menu 7.Grievance Mechanism 8.Transparency 9.MIS Data 10.Achievements 11.Innovative practices 12.Budget

3 Brief History of MDM in Odisha  Mid-Day Meal was started in the tribal Blocks of Odisha in  In the program was being implemented with state resources in combination with international assistance.  On 15th August 1995 Odisha was also covered under National Program of Nutritional Support to Primary Education, when cooked Mid-Day Meal was served to Primary school children of all Govt. & Govt. Aided schools  In compliance to the order of Hon’ble Supreme Court in PUCL case (2001) Mid-Day Meal is being served in all the Primary Schools both Govt. & Govt-Aided from 2004.

4 ORGANOGRAM Mid day Meal Scheme Commissioner-cum-Secretary to Govt. S&ME Deptt. (Secretary of the Nodal Deptt.) Commissioner-cum-Secretary to Govt. S&ME Deptt. (Secretary of the Nodal Deptt.) Director, Elementary Education, (DDO) State Nodal Officer (Management & Monitoring) State Nodal Officer (Management & Monitoring) B.R.C.C S.I. of Schools C.R.C.C. Headmasters DPC Collector, Chairman (DPMU) Collector, Chairman (DPMU) D.I.

5 Policy & Monitoring State Project Management Unit (MDM) S & M.E. Deptt. Supporting Agencies BPMU (Nodal S.I. BRCC) State Level Steering-cum- Monitoring Committee DPMU (DPC)(Nodal D.I.) NCDS DR. PMIASE UNICEF Save the Childr en's Organi zation WFP CPMU (CRCC) SMC

6 Fund flow Mechanism Central Assistance (GoI) DEE (O) Controlling Officer S &ME Deptt. State Contribution (GoO) State Nodal Officer Govt. of India Nodal D.Is School Point S&T Agent Honorarium to cook- cum-helper FCI

7 Weekly Menu of MDM: DAYMDM (Class I-VIII) Calorie IntakeProtein intake PrimaryUp. PrimaryPry.Up. Pry. MondayBhata and Dalma TuesdayBhata and Soya Badi Curry WednesdayBhata and Egg Curry ThursdayBhata and Dalma FridayBhata and Soya Badi Curry SaturdayBhata and Egg Curry Total (450 gm) (700 gms) 13.5 gms(12 gms) 20.4 gms(20 gms)

8 Convergence with NGOs Name of the NGO DistrictName of the Blocks No. of school No. of children Akshaya patra Foundation PuriGop, Satyabadi, Puri Sadar & Puri Municipality 64858,586 NayagarhBhapur & Khandapada27929,013 Naandi Foundation GanjamSheragarh, Hinjilicut, Chhatrapur & Berhampur MPL ,012 Naandi Foundation KalahandiLanjigarh505,845 Naandi Fdn.KeonjharKeonjhar Sadar, Keonjhar MPL ,800

9 MID-DAY MEAL Nandi Foundation, community kitchen Akshaya Patra Foundation community Kitchen Drinking water from RWSS Food grains from FCI Students health care from NRHM Nutrition consultancy from UNICEF Anemia prevention with FRK from WFP Save the Children Organization, Capacity Building of Teachers & Students Convergence Partners

10 COVERAGE UNDER MID-DAY MEAL: (Fig. in Nos.) YearNo. of schools No. of students enrolment No. of students approved by PAB for MDM consumption ,01959,21,68851,99, (Proposed) 63,531 58,17,898 Approved by PAB

11 Entitlement of children (per child per day for ) CategoryFood grains (rice) Ration costTotal Central share State share Pry. Sch. Student 100 gms (35%)3.61 Up. + NCLP student 150gms (35%)5.39

12 Lifting of food grains (Rice) up to Dec, 2012 (Fig in MTs) Qtr.PrimaryUpper Primary AllocationLifting% of lifting AllocationLifting% of lifting 1 st nd rd th Total

13 Annual Data Entry into MIS Portal No. of Schools 99.79% Report generated as on

14 Monthly Data Entry into MIS Portal

15 Grievance Redressal Mechanism  Student Help Line bearing No  Personal Monitoring Information System (PMIS) directly reviewed by Commissioner-cum-Secretary S&M.E. Deptt.  Monthly Video Conference with district level MDM implementing officers on 11 th of every month  Press Clips, News Items from print and electronic media on MDM are instantly attended to.  Grievance Redressal Cell open in OPEPA office and held on every working Monday and in DI office, DPC office in the field.

16 Transparency:  Joint account of SNO & F.A, S&ME Deptt. at SPMU  Joint account of DPC & D.I (Hqrs) at District level.  Joint account in all schools.  e-transfer of funds into joint account.  e-transfer of honorarium of cook- cum-helpers.  Weekly menu chart printed on the back page of the text books and painted on the school wall.

17 MDM Social Audit-cum-Cooperation Day  On the SMC DAY.  Local NGOs, the mothers of the children, SMC can participate in MDM by contributing in shape of cash or kind.  On the same day the A/c, the quality and functioning of MDM can be audited socially.  Headmaster, WSHG to co-operate.

18 Achievements Enrolmentchildren covered under MDM% Coverage PryU.PTotalPryU.PTotalPryU.PTotal Allocation Food grainsUtilization% utilization PryU.PTotalPryU.PTotalPryU.PTotal Allocation Cooking costUtilization% utilization PryU.PTotalPryU.PTotalPryU.PTotal Allocation TATA rates (Rs. Per MT) TA utilization% utilization % Allocation of food grainsLifting% lifting PryU.PTotalPryU.PTotalPryU.PTotal

19 Achievements Amount due FCIPayment receivedOutstanding Outstanding For the month CumulativeDuring the month CumulativeAmount% % NIL No. of kitchen- cum- store sanctioned during to ConstructedIn ProgressNot yet started No.% % % % % %

20 Achievements Employment – Widow , Destitute women- 28,324, SC -15,633, ST-33,509, Minority- 1,274, Employment – Widow , Destitute women- 28,324, SC -15,633, ST-33,509, Minority- 1,274, Women empowerment – SHG-34,411, SMC President- 10,797, CCH- 1,21,137, Programmer- cum-Accountant- 9, Data Entry Operator- 93. Women empowerment – SHG-34,411, SMC President- 10,797, CCH- 1,21,137, Programmer- cum-Accountant- 9, Data Entry Operator- 93. AllocationMME Utilization% Utilization % No. of cook- cum-helpers PAB approved No. of cook-cum- helper engaged % engagedHonorarium allocation for the year Honorari um paid % honora rium paid % %

21 Best Innovative Practices in Odisha  Inclusive Dinning- Participation of parents of the MR Children and other differently able children during MDM.  Multi-tap Water source.  Diluted liquid for hand wash using cold drinks bottles.  Using old news papers as mats while dinning.  Madhyanha Bhojan Sahajog Divas.  Madhyanha Bhojana Puraskar to best SHG, SMC & CCH.

22 Best Innovative Practices in Odisha SMC-cum-MDM Cooperation Day Inclusive Dinning

23 Best Innovative Practices in Odisha Hand Wash Abhiyan

24 Best Innovative Practices in Odisha Multi-Tap water source

25 Best Innovative Practices in Odisha Multi-Tap water source

26 Best Innovative Practices in Odisha …….. Address by Sishu Khadya Mantri

27 Best Innovative Practices in Odisha General public writing comment on Mid-Day Meal in the MDM Observation Register

28 7 th SSMC Meeting 7 th SSMC Meeting taken by Chief Secretary, Odisha

29 Capacity Building Capacity building of new recruits (BEO)

30 Capacity Building Capacity Building of DPC, DI, CRCC, BRCC in Kendrapara District

31 Capacity Building Video Conference of DPC & D.I on MDM

32 Performance of School Health Programme Total Enrolment Health check up done IFA distributed Deworming Medicine distributed No Mosquito Net Supplied Pair of Glasses supplied for Refractive Error 64,46,78651,22,99686,4565,66,16930,0007,963

33 Issues Increase in transportation cost of rice in hilly & difficult areas. Provision for smokeless fuel to all schools (LPG Gas & Chulla) Apron for CCH. Insurance for CCH against fire or burn. No Broad Band Connection in Rural Areas Dinning Space Utensil

34 BUDGET FOR BUDGET ABSTRACT : Sl. No.ComponentsC.SS.STOTAL 1Cost of food grains Cooking cost Hon. of Cook-cum-helper Transportation cost MME LPG GAS for Chulla & other Rs.7000 per school = Smokeless Rs. 10,000 x 15,757 schools Replacement of Utensils new school TOTAL: BUDGET for Drought Grand Total

35 AS PER AWP&B DATA Enrollment No. of working day Primary Students : Upper primary students : NCLP : TOTAL Requirement of food grains (Rice) for (in MTs) 1 100gm Upper 3 TOTAL: BUDGET FOR AS PER AWP&B DATA Enrollment No. of working day Primary Students : Upper primary students : TOTAL Requirement of food grains (Rice) for (in MTs) 1 100gm Upper TOTAL: FOR DROUGHT-2012

36 NUTRITION FOR EDUCATION THANK YOU


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