Presentation on theme: "NEO HUMANISTIC DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY R-20, SHREE DHAM, YUDHISHTIR MARG, C-SCHEME, JAIPUR A PRESENTATION ON DPIP FOR ATRU & BARAN BLOCKS IN BARAN DISTRICT."— Presentation transcript:
NEO HUMANISTIC DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY R-20, SHREE DHAM, YUDHISHTIR MARG, C-SCHEME, JAIPUR A PRESENTATION ON DPIP FOR ATRU & BARAN BLOCKS IN BARAN DISTRICT
ABOUT NEO HUMANISTIC DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY (NHDS) NHDS Established in 1998 by Shri Mangal Bihari, IAS (Retd.) It has a team of Administrators, Economists, Environmentalists, Academicians, Evaluation Experts, Sociologist and Statisticians. Our Mission is upliftment of underprivileged and Human Development in all possible dimensions through multi disciplinary efforts.
Work Profile of DPIP Areas Area: Atru Baran Villages: 3035 No. of CIG: Sub Projects: Note: 80% of CIG groups belong to SC/ST i.e Meghwal, Bairwa & Meena and remaining 20% other Castes including Sahria tribals.
Work performance of NHDS in Atru & Baran Blocks AtruBaran No. of CIGs formed11946* No. benefited (Financed)9117 Note: * We started work from September 2005 but after March 2006 ban was imposed on further formation of CIGs
Urban & Rural distribution in Baran District
Activity-wise No. of CIGs benefited - Agriculture & Allied - Non Farm Activities - Service based - Production based -Infrastructure based activities
Agriculture & Allied Activities AtruBaran Land Based(Agriculture)-- Dairy -- Livestock i.e. Goatery & 226 Sheep rearing
Non Farm Service Based Activities AtruBaran Tent House32 RCC Shuttering32 Floor Mill41 Bartan catering & Music43 Light Decoration72 Hand Pump Mistery1- Band Baja3- Retail shop171
Non Farm Production based Activities AtruBaran Bangle Industry2 - Tailoring13 - Rexin Bag6 - Vermi Compost3 - Infrastructure work School Room2 -
Time Frame for implementation of Project AtruBaran Avg.Time taken for preparation3 Months 3 Months Avg.time taken for sanction of3 Months3 Months projects Avg.time taken for group 3 Months3 Months contribution Avg.time taken for transfer of3 Months3 Months Funds to CIG Avg.time taken for acquisition of3 Months3 Months assets
CIG PERFORMANCE A)Percentage of groups earning a net incomeAtruBaran i)Rs. 15,000 per monthNilNil ii)Rs. 10,000 to Rs.15,000/-NilNil iii)Rs.5,000/- to 10,000/-(30% of subprojects)34 - iv)Rs.5,000/-(70% of sub projects)5711 B) Percentage of groups who have acquired 6.31% - additional assets C) Percentage of groups linked to the 20% - market
Atru Baran Position of current assets Percentage of CIG lost their assets a)Through sale 5%- b)Death16%- c)Other reasons --
Capacity Building of CIG ’ s Orientation Training Skill Building Training 21 EMD Nil Nil Atru Baran 2 days Training (Achievement) 100% days Training (Achievement) 56.52% - -3 days Training :- Animal Management Training : 22 - Vermi Compost : 3 -
Atru Baran Percentage of CIG linked to Bank Nil Nil Insurance status of CIG 1)No of CIG insured their assets )No. of Claims filed )No. of Claims disbursed (13.26%) )Pending 27 -
List of 10 CIGs which have been running successfully inAtru CIG name Village Business reason for success 1.Shriram, Jirod Tent House Group Coordination 2.Shri Ganesh Sahrod Tent House Faith among members 3.Shri Krishna Ardand Tent House Need of the area 4.Radhakrishana Sahrod RCC Earlier worked 5.Shri Madhav Ardand RCC Only Group 6.Shri Mahaveer Ardand Retail Shop Better Coordination 7.OM Ardand Decoration Good Understanding 8.Mahaveer Ardand Goatery Assessment of demand
List of 10 CIGs which have been running successfully in Atru CIG name Village Business reason for success 9. Bhakat Singh Kharkhera Goatery Hard workers 10. Sh. Ganesh Chailabel Tailoring Good Instructor
List of 10 CIGs which have been running successfully in Baran CIG name Village Business reason for success 1.Subash Nareda RCC Group Coordination 2.Subash Fatehpur Tent House Faith among members 3.Shri Diloda Tent House Need of the area 4.Ganesh Luharia Light Decoration Earlier worked 5.Pratap Akheda Light Decoration Only Group 6.Bhagat Singh Daulatpur Bartan Catering Better Coordination 7. Rajeev Mandoli Bartan Catering Good Understanding 8.Swamivivekanad Heekad Atta Chakki Assessment of demand
List of 10 CIGs which have been running successfully in Baran CIG name Village Business reason for success 9.BabaRamdeo Fatehpur Retail Shop(Kirana) Hard-workers 10. Laxmi Fatehpur Retail Shop(Cloth) Good Instructor
Lessons learnt What was programme The Programme was initially a pure contractual work between GO and NGO to provide consultancy, awareness, implementation and sustenance of CIG. It aimed at upliftment of the poorer of the poorest through economic activities. The model of work was designed by DPIP and World Bank. Later- on, DPMU termed it as a partnership programme between GO/NGO and CIG Members. What worked out Entire work has been done according to modality prescribed by DPIP in the agreement. The programme has been audited thrice. Besides, Physical and social audit has been done. The work has been appreciated.
What is not achieved The Percapita Income of poor of the poorest could not be raised to the level such that their family needs like health, sanitation, education and better environment could be satisfied, though we fully invested our time, money and energy. They could not get motivated adequately on account of constraints on time and funds. They did not rest their complete faith on GO and NGO inspite of our efforts. The DPIP not being linked with other economic schemes of the State Government the CIGs could not avail benefits from them.
What next we have to do The programme needs to be implemented on PPP concept in spirit. The problems of NGO and beneficiaries should be attended to promptly. High profile trust between the partners needs to be developed and sustained. Identification of the needs of the poor, specially in tribal belt should be given preference rather than rigidly following the rules and regulations. Cluster approach should be adopted. CIG should be better organised and Self Help Group (SHG) pattern should be followed. Time, money and resources should be as per the need of services provider and assessment of local environment. More focus should be given to field work rather than unnecessary paper work relating to information, monitoring etc. Agreement should be fully discussed between stakeholders.