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1 Micro Enterprise Development Under DPIP Project Rural Non Farm Development Agency Jaipur Presentation Prepared for The DPIP Workshop

2 “ Heritage is not confined to Palaces and Forts. Democracy and Heritage in India is kept alive by rural artisans. Though poverty is still around, the will of the Govt. of Rajasthan is to reduce the poverty of the artisans and keep the art alive by their empowerment through RUDA ’ s good effort. Job well done ”. Narpat Singh Rajvi, Industries Minister, Rajasthan July 2004 RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT “ Rajasthan has been a pioneer in establishing an independent agency adopting the sub-sector approach, which is professionally managed and has a clear understanding of RNFS issues. ” Prabhu Ghate, TheWorld Bank Comments

3 What we set out to do ?  MoU – I (September 2003 – June 2005) 700 Craft Micro – Enterprises CIGs  MoU – II (July 2005 – June 2007) 401 Craft Micro – Enterprises CIGs (Revised Targets) RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

4 What we could not do ?  MoU – I (2003 – 2006) Programme – 700 Achievement – 207 Shortfalls – 493 (70.43%)  MoU – II (2006 – 2007) Revised Programme – 401 Achievement – 310 Shortfalls – 91 (21%) RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

5 Why ?  Low preference for craft based enterprises among CIGs - only 529 craft sub projects proposed for appraisal out of 700 identified CIGs  CIGs drop out from craft based enterprises to other choices.  NGO drop out from programme on account of structural problems.  DPIP goes the IRDP way by preferring goatry and livestock projects. RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

6  Cumbersome sanctioning procedures/piece meal sanctions /chronic delays at DPM offices Why ? contd ……… DistrictTargetsSub – Projects Appraised Sub – Projects Sanctioned Baran Churu Dausa Dholpur Jhalawar Rajsamand Tonk Total  Field staff attrition on account of slow reimbursement ClaimsReimbursementBalance lacs39.65 lacs 9.98  Long processing delays Reports Submitted Claims ReceivedShortfall RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

7 What we could do ?  Develop high quality micro enterprise management training modules (help from NISIET/Udyogini/IGPRS acknowledged)  Train 98 resource persons from NGOs, Banks, etc.  Empanel best Master Craftsmen for skill trainings.  Publish craft wise artisan directory for easy reference.  Involve IPI Italy and reputed Italian & Foreign Designers for design workshop.  Develop and grade 310 craft wise CIGs A Grade – 47 B Grade – 139 C Grade – 124 (based on production standards)  Develop Resource Material Product Wise/Craft wise, Process Charts etc. for Technical Support to CIGs.  Organize Exposure Visits for 132 CIGs.  Sponsor 43 CIGs for National – state level Market Events  Link 310 CIGs with Gramin Haats/DIC, Udhyog Fairs for continued market support  Start Helpline for Artisans: 0141 – RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

8 RUDA ’ s Mandate under DPIP  Appraisal of Sub – Projects  Modules & Reading Material development: MEMT-I Aapno Khato, Sajhedari mein Samajhdari  Modules & Reading Material development: MEMT-II marketing, accounts etc  ToT for Resource Persons  MEMT – I Trainings  MEMT – II Trainings  Skill Trainings  Design Workshops (Need Based)  Exposure Visits  Market Support RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

9 MANDATEACHIEVEMENT  Appraisal of Sub – Projects: 529 appraised  Modules & Reading Material development: MEMT-I Aapno Khato, Sajhedari mein Samajhdari  Modules & Reading Material development: MEMT-II marketing, accounts, etc.  ToT for Resource Persons:98 Resource Persons for M-I 44 Resource Persons for M-II  MEMT – I Trainings 181 CIGs (2 days x 3 CIGs)  MEMT – II Trainings 48 CIGs (5 days x 3 CIGs)  Skill Trainings 303 CIGs (15 to 180 days duration)  Design Workshops 43 CIGs (Need Based)  Exposure Visits132 CIGs  Market Support43 CIGs RUDA ’ s Performance under DPIP RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

10 DistrictTargetsAchievements AllocatedAchievable SkillM-IM-2SkillM-IM-2SkillM-IM-2 Baran Churu Dausa Dholpur Jhalawar Rajsamand Tonk Total Progress Update RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

11 Market support given by RUDA to DPIP CIGs EventPeriodNo. of Beneficiaries Gram Shree, JaipurMarch / April SARAS JAIPURAugust National level business meet for exporters for the promotion of Handicraft August Packaging workshopAugust Indo-German product promotion in International Berlin Fair (Indo- German Chamber of Commerce) October Participation in IITF New DelhiNovember Participation in Internal Pushkar Fair and market studyNovember National Handicraft Expo 2005January Participation in International Stone Mart 2005January Participation in International Jaisalmer festivalFebruary International workshop with designers with Philipines9 th March Business meet with team from Mauritius25 April Jaipur SARAS Oct World Bank Livelihood Fair, Delhi14-16 Dec NHE Jan Handloom Weavers Workshop with IMC UNCTAD supportMay CBMD Workshop at RCCI JaipurMay Handloom Weavers Workshop with IMC UNCTAD supportMay NHE Jan Raj-Utsav, Kolkata22-26 Nov RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

12 Report Card: District Baran RUDA ’ s Programme20 CIGs Operational CIGs07 (Stiching 6 & Leather 1) Non Operational CIGS13 Skill Trainings conducted07 MEMT – I conducted17 MEMT – II conductedNil Q&S Linkages  Business House Linkage – Too small to be feasible.  Long Term Market Linkage – Saras Fairs, Kota Gramin Haat & Baran DIC Fair What did not work  CIGs opted out of Micro Enterprises  The sanction for Micro Enterprise Projects not released in time  The facilitating NGOs discontinued their work  CIGs could not deposit contributions Lessons  Baran district which is dominated by Sahariya Tribes needs a different approach  Forest based activities-more acceptable  Low preference for Craft based activities

13  RUDA ’ s Programme 68 CIGs  Operational CIGs 48 (Carpet 6, Embroidery 10, Stich 32)  Non Operational CIGS 20  Skill Trainings conducted 44  MEMT – I conducted 21  MEMT – II conducted Nil  Design Training 13 Q&S Linkages  Business House Linkage – URMUL & Jaipur Carpets  Long Term Market Linkage – Saras Fairs, Bikaner & Jhunjunu Gramin Haats & Churu DIC Fair What did not work  The job of facilitation in selection of proper craft activity was not carried out properly and most CIGs had to change options which took a long time resulting in drop outs and disinterst  Administrative problems brought the work to a stand still for a very long time and RUDA had to close unit office for several months  The sanction for Micro Enterprise Projects not released in time  The facilitating NGOs such as URMOOL and others discontinued their work resulting in the delay in procurement of machinery and equipment Lessons  Diversifying of activities and cluster approach recommended  Carpet cluster in Dariba worth sanction – export house Jaipur Carpets ready  Early exposure visits helped in orienting CIGs towards microenterprise Report Card: District Churu RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

14  RUDA ’ s Programme 100 CIGs  Operational CIGs60 (Stich 19, Moti 15, Stone 11, Carpet & Others 15)  Non Operational CIGS40  Skill Trainings conducted60  MEMT – I conducted33  MEMT – II conducted3  Design Training3 Q&S Linkages  Business House Linkage – Jaipur Carpets & M/s Buddha Stones  Long Term Market Linkage – Saras Fairs, Dausa Gramin Haats & Dausa DIC Fair What did not work  The sanction for Micro Enterprise Projects not released in time  The facilitating NGOs discontinued their work resulting in the delay in procurement of machinery and equipment  Some of the CIGs opted out of Micro Enterprises Activities Lessons  Diversifying of activities and cluster approach recommended  High potential of craft and trade Micro Enterprise Activities and need to develop clusters of Carpets of Beharounda, Stone of Sikandra  Linkage with RMOL rural tourism project recommended  Convergence with grameen haat, stone park and other schemes Report Card: District Dausa

15  RUDA ’ s Programme 23 CIGs  Operational CIGs21 (Durri 11, Carpet 6, Leather 3, Stich 1)  Non Operational CIGS4  Skill Trainings conducted19  MEMT – I conducted17  MEMT – II conducted0 Q&S Linkages  Business House Linkage – Negotiation with Lupin in progress.  Long Term Market Linkage – Saras Fairs, Bharatpur Gramin Haat & Dholpur DIC Fair What did not work  The sanction for Micro Enterprise Projects not released in time (complicated procedures and piece meal sanctions delayed the process)  The facilitating NGOs discontinued their work resulting in the delay in procurement of machinery and equipment Lessons  We should seriously consider the simplification of the procedures  Training and orientation of DPM staff for project management  Capacity building of NGOs required before start of activities RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT Report Card: District Dholpur

16 RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT  RUDA ’ s Programme 39 CIGs  Operational CIGs36 (Durri 20, Handloom 12, Stich 4)  Non Operational CIGS3  Skill Trainings conducted36  MEMT – I conducted34  MEMT – II conducted8  Design Training20 Q&S Linkages  Business House Linkage – Ocean Exim India Pvt. Ltd.  Long Term Market Linkage – Saras Fairs, Kota Gramin Haat & Jhalawar DIC Fair What Worked  Handloom weaving emerged as popular activity which ultimately resulted in a viable cluster  The willingness and determination of the beneficiaries to work and improve their skills  The cooperation and support of the District Administration and DPM Office  Local availability of raw material  The design inputs given by renowned designers and the Road Shows played a vital role in motivation of the beneficiary groups  The resource pool developed as a part of skill and design trainings shall remain an asset in the long run Report Card: District Jhalawar

17 RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT  RUDA ’ s Programme 43 CIGs  Operational CIGs36 (Stich 23, Durri 6, Leather 3, Other 4)  Non Operational CIGS8  Skill Trainings conducted35  MEMT – I conducted35  MEMT – II conducted31  Design Training7 Q&S Linkages  Business House Linkage – Sewa mahila grameen haat Ahemdabad  Long Term Market Linkage – SARAS Fairs, Gramin Haat Nathdwara & Udaipur & Rajsamand DIC Fairs What Worked  Stitching emerged out to be a popular activity  The willingness and determination of the beneficiaries to work and improve their skills  The resource pool developed as a part of skill and design trainings shall remain an asset in the long run Lessons  Diversifying of activities and cluster approach recommended  Linkage with GOI rural tourism project recommended Report Card: District Rajsamand

18 RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT  RUDA ’ s Programme 108 CIGs  Operational CIGs 102 (Gems 49, Stich 35, Carpet 12, Other 6)  Non Operational CIGS 6  Skill Trainings conducted 102  MEMT – I conducted 24  MEMT – II conducted 6 Q&S Linkages  Business House Linkage – Krishna Exports, Ocean Exim India Pvt. Ltd., Mlapura Handicrafts & Gem Stones (Malpura) & Shakun Exports, Johari Bazaar, Jaipur  Long Term Market Linkage – SARAS Fairs, Gramin Haat at Kota & Urban Haat at Jaipur and Banas Craft Fair of DIC Tonk What did not Work  A number of sub – projects do not have sanction of MEMT & Design Trainings  CIGs chose easy activity of moti drilling which requires less skill  CIGs switched to goatry and service sector activities What Worked  Cooperation of the NGOs and DPM Office Lessons  In case DPIP is to continue further in this district, we should aim at diversifying the activities e.g. Tonk has potential of carpet weaving, durri weaving, namda art and leather goods Report Card: District Tonk

19 RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT CIGLaxmi AddressRaipur village ActivityHandloom Weaving Members10 Status Before InterventionUnorganized artisans with income below 50 Rs. per day per member Status After Intervention  Organized and Cohesive Group with income Rs. 120 per day per member  Regular savings  Developed Entrepreneurial Skill Special Remark on CIG ’ s working Keen participation in market events Inter loaning Good leadership quality Grade A Success Stories – Jhalawar

20 Success Stories – Dausa CIGParmeshwar AddressKelai village ActivityStone Carving Members10 Status Before InterventionUnorganized artisans with 50 Rs. per day Income per member Status After Intervention  Organized and Cohesive Group with income Rs. 150 per day per member  Regular savings Special Remark on CIG ’ s working CIGs participated in various marketing events CIG getting export orders Grade A RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

21 CIGDev Narayan AddressSwadari, Devgarh ActivityDurri Weaving Members12 Status Before InterventionUnskilled members, Unorganized members Status After Intervention  Organized and Cohesive Group with income Rs. 120 per day per member  Members are insured  Regular savings  Developed Entrepreneurial Skill Special Remark on CIG ’ s working Active participation in market events Inter loaning Good leadership quality Grade A RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT Success Stories – Rajsamand

22 CIGMaa Durga AddressBadwa, Antha village ActivityStitching Members10 Women Status Before InterventionUnskilled members, Unorganized members Only Rs. per day per member income Status After Intervention  Organized and Cohesive Group with income Rs per month per member  Local business house link  Members are insured  Regular savings  Developed Entrepreneurial Skill Special Remark on CIG ’ s working Inter loaning Market participation Local trade link for job work Grade A RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT Success Stories – Baran

23 CIGJannat AddressTordi village ActivityMoti Drilling No. of Members10 Women Status Before InterventionSemi skilled, Unorganized members Only Rs. per day per member income Status After Intervention  Organized and Cohesive Group with income Rs per day per member  Confidence developed  Members are insured  Regular saving  Developed Entrepreneurial Skill Special Remark on CIG ’ s working Good market exposure Inter loaning Need up scaling to higher skill Grade B RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT Success Stories – Tonk

24 What still can be done ? RUDA is willing to –  Conduct a Condensed 5-7 days training course on Micro Enterprise Management for left out CIGS (M-I 191 CIGs & M-II 236 CIGs) – proposal pending  Develop the Kota Doria Mangrol Cluster in Baran  Develop the Handloom Cluster in Jhalawar for existing 120 CIGs – proposal pending  Co-partner Churu Carpet Cluster with Jaipur Carpets  Organise ToT on Cluster Development for DPIP NGOs  Re-train and upscale B and C grade CIGs  Document the micro-entrerprise initative with competence – income mapping of all 310 CIGs  Video – docu – case studies of successes and failures  Continue market support for all 310 CIGs – A grade for external markets, B and C grade permanent link up with 6 grameen haats and 7 district udyog melas RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

25 Open Invitation  DPIP NGOs are welcome to sponsor Craft CIGs this month:  Mahalaxmi Saras, Mumbai Craft Fair 23 Dec – 03 Jan 07 5 CIGs  Goa Saras Craft Fair 22 Dec – 02 Jan 07 5 CIGs RNFS NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

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