KHAMMAM (DPMU)

 

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Contents

1

HR

2

PIP

3

Institutional Building

4

Capacity Building, workshops, Exposure visits

5

Details of MTCs/TTDC

6

Micro Finance

7

CIF, Livelihood interventions and Value Chains

8

Convergence with LD & PRIs

10

Gender

11

Health & Nutrition

12

Disability

13

Finance

14

ICT

15

Land

16

Youth Empowerment

17

Tribal Development

18

RCL

19

Child labour

20

Monitoring & Learning

21

Communication & Partnerships.

22

Environmental Aspects

23

AWFP for the Year 2005-06

24

Best Practices/ success stories / challenges

25

SRM

26

Any other issues

27

Procurement

 


 

 

KHAMMAM DISTRICT

 

 

No. of Mandals                                                             :    22

No. of SHGs                                                        :    16200

No.of Village organizations                                :    828

No. of Mandal Samakyas                                   :    22

 

SHG Bank linkage

 No. of Groups                                                     :    17035

Amount                                                                :    4181.92

 

1. Human Resource

 

Recruitment OF CCs and APMs : DPMU has taken up CCs, APMs recruitment process in the following steps :

 

1        Written Test                 -           To test the reading, writing skills and command

over the local language of the Candidates

 (580 Candidates)

 

      2    Group Discussion         -           It is to filter the candidates with strong negative

opinions and feelings (271 Candidates).

 

     3.    Village stay (1st phase)-            One week Village Stay in remote villages to test 

the Adjustability of candidate to the local conditions in the villages (236 Candidates).

 

4          B.E.I (Behavioral Event Interview)     To test the competencies of the candidate in

selected parameters like concern with impact (CWI) Result Orientation (RO) Tenacity.

A minimum BEI score of six is adopted to select the candidate.   

 

   5.      Village Stay (2nd Phase)            The candidates selected in BEI were sent for the

 second phase of village stay to test the work performance of the candidates in the villages with definite activity chart.  100 out of the 125 candidates who were sent to villages have successfully completed 1 Month stay by registering an excellent out put in terms of

 

A)                Enrolling 750 out of school children in the schools.

B)                 By reducing the consumption of  Alcohol with 3000 persons saving

Rs. 1,80,000-00

C)                By motivating the House Holds to put their sanitary Latrines in good working condition.

 

6    Final Interview by District Committee selected 100 CCs for both DPMU and   TPMU Mandals.

 

II Staffing (DPMU-KHAMMAM)

 

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Name of the Post

No of Posts sanctioned

No.of Positioned

Proposed for vacancies

1

CCs

66

66

-

2

APMs

11

8

3

3

LAs

10

9

1

 

DPMs Recruitment : Recruitment process initiated by SERP, Hyderabad which conducted written test, interviews and short listed the candidates. 

 

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Name of the Candidate

Subject Specialization

1

Y.Vasantha Sena

IB & MF

2

CH.L.V.Ramakrishna Rao

Training CB

3

N.J Ramarao

HN & D

C

B.Venkateswarlu

Finance

 

Other Project Staff :  Botanists, MBKs, MTCs,  selected thorough relevant procedure.  The salient feature is that majority of the people selected in these categories are from the Pool of  Mandal Resource Persons developed in the District at the time of  conducting PIP-BPL survey.  The advantage with them is that their suitability to village conditions is thoroughly tested based on the process of 3 Months PIP exercise. 

 

Sl. NO

Name of the Post

No of persons recruited

No of now in position

1

Botanist

11

11

2

MBK

70

70

3

MTC

22

22

4

CDWs

3

3

5

HND CCs

3

3

 

2. PIP

 

Poverty Survey Conducted with Highest Degree of Accuracy in a Participatory Method covering 5.64 Lakhs Families :

 

The General Method of conducting poverty survey i.e BPL (Below Poverty Line) survey was beset with some major problems affecting the accuracy of the survey.  T he SERP, Hyderabad has evolved an improvised survey method called PIP (Participatory Identification of Poor) method involving the participation of the families in the survey to over come the deficiencies found in BPL method. After conducting both the surveys there was  provision for the triangulation of the data available in BPL and PIP for cross checking the accuracy of data.  Khammam District started conducting both the surveys with utmost clarity on the poverty concepts.  The facilitation teams consisting of 5 trained personnel in each team were  sent to villages where each facilitation team spent about 3 days of stay to cover 200 families unit.  138 teams spent about 90 days of Village stays in all the 2600 villages / Habitations in the District.  The significant achievement in PIP & BPL survey conducted in the District was that the facilitations went on smoothly, effectively and evoked participation of the families particularly the poor families.

 

Survey Results are as follows :

 

District :

Poorest of the Poor                  -           74270              13.16

Poor                                         -           257817            45.70

APL (Above Poverty Line)HHs            232041            41.13

BPL HHs                                 -           332087            58.86

Total HHs                                -           564128

 

22 Mandals :

The Total POP & Poor Households in 22 DPMU Mandals are 157723

APL -  Above the Poverty Line           

BPL -   Below the Poverty Line

HHS-   House Holds

 

Subsequently Grama Sabhas were conducted to obtain the approval of the Grama Sabhas also which was already aspproved by the Grama Panchayat Sarpanch.

 

The PIP survey data is being utilized by the Government for assisting the poor families in all the anti poverty and other Government Welfare Programmes like allotment of house sites, distribution of ration  cards, sanction of old age pensions and distribution of cycles under Soukaryam Programme to the School Going Girls.  The PIP BPL data is utilized for organizing the left out POP and Poor families in to SHGs.

 

3. Institutional Building

 

A.                 Identification of  POP and Poor As per PIP-BPL survey the District has 74270 POP and 257817 Poor families which comes to a total of 332087 BPL families. Consequent on the conduct of PIP-BPL survey the Velugu Project staff have taken up initiative to cover the left out POP and Poor families in to the fold of SHGs. The DPMU has so far facilitated formation of  7600 no of SHGs in the last 1 year period.  Out of 22 Mandals in Khammam DPMU It is estimated that still 15473 no of families which are outside SHG need to be organized into SHGs during this financial year.

 

B.                 Strengthening of Old Groups : SHG level Trainings were given in respect of 8022 groups by the Project Functionaries involving the animators in the Training process utilizing the equipment and Materials available on Training modules. 

C.                 Social Capital The Project has facilitated the community to identify the suitable community activities to work as Animators.  After the Velugu Project has come into operation, the Project started identifying suitable women activists, who are members of the Self Help Groups as Animators.  These Animators in Velugu Project are known as Community Activists (C.As).  They perform the functions of Book Keeping besides their Animator role.

 

So far 800 community Activists are identified by the Village Organizations with the following characteristics

 

(a)    Must be a member of Self Help Group.

(b)   Must be possessing of SSC (at least 7th class in exceptional cases).

(c)    Must be from the same locality where the group members are residing. 

                       

The Village Organizations under the Supervision of Mandal Samakya are involved in choosing prospective candidates as Community Activists.They are confined to an area consisting of about 20-25 SHGs (Generally confined to one Village Organization) generally sharing the bigger  jurisdiction of existing Grama  Deepika who  is looking after 50-100 Self Help Groups now.   The Community Activists ares admitted into duty by the Village Organization concerned and the services of the Community Activists are utilized by the Village Organization by  paying honororium from the money collected by the VO  from the SHGs @ 15-20 Rupees per SHG  per Month.  Thus a Community Activist is expected to get a honororium ranging from 250-500 Rupees per Month from  out of the funds raised by the Village Organizations from its own SHGs

 

The identification of Social Activists and Para Professionals will be taken up by the CBOs in due course as and when such necessity arises during their day to day functioning.

 

II) Implementation of CRPs Strategy in the District :-

 

          District IB plan for 2004-2005 and 2005-2006 implementation of CRPs Strategy in the selected Model Villages.

 

Total No. of Mandals in DPIP Khammam                      :  22

 

No. of CRPs identified so far                                         : 70   @ 3 per Mandal

 

            For each mandal 3 Internal CRPs were identified by Mandala Samakhyas through interview process i.e. singing, reading and writing skills, facilitation skills etc.. was completed by the Project.So far 70 CRPs were identified by the Project in the month of November 2004..

 

       Objective :-                           

               To provide regular Capacity Building Inputs to community based organizations ie SHGs, Vos and mandal samakyas on a sustainable basis to create a resource pool for mandal samakya which is the nodal agency for poverty reduction programmers at mandal level.

              The following parameters were taken as eligibility criteria for selection of CRPs.

 

Eligibility of CRPs

  1. CRP shall invariably be a women
  2. She shall be an active member of the best SHG in all respects.
  3. She shall be functionally  literate(ability to read and write)
  4. She shall have communication skills to imparttrainings
  5. She shall be willing to travel remote,  distant places and preparedness  to spend at last 20 days away from home and doing night halts in the villages.

6.       She belongs to be from pop/poor family.

 

Remunaration Package

            Initially the Project will financially support MS for payment of resource fee ie Rs 100/- per day

 

Internal Training to the CRPs: -

            An Eight days detailed training on IB, CB strategy on SHG and VO Concept was conducted for all the CRPs in the month of December.

 

 

Positioning of External CRPs: -

So far   44 External Crps from  Kurnool District and 20 From Sreekakulam District were deputed to our Khammam District .

 The Project  conducted a one day orientation programme on  27 1-05 on  CRP Strategy and Movement plan was discussed along with Mandal Samakya  Representatives .

 

Matching and Batching of  both Internal and External CRPs:-

 A total Number of 22 CRP Teams  (includes 3 Internal and 3 External CRPs) were formed and placed at 22 Model Villages of 22 Mandals for a period of 15 days for one Village.

 

The following  Tour Action plan was given to the CRPs during their 15 days  stay in model village:

 

Meeting, Norms, financial management etc.,

       During the CRP Team visit, the Team facilitates the groups and vo to identify atleast 3 Local CRPs in each model village and involve them in the trainings and facilitation works.

 

Submission of Reports :-

The CRP Team and the CC/MBK will prepare day wise work done report everyday..

After completion of the Model village visit, the CRP Team has to submit the following reports to the project Director.

 

1.   The diagnostic study report of the status of SHGs and left over pop/poor households, prepared on the first day.

2.   Day wise work done reports for 15 days.

3.   Follow up action plan prepared on the last day of their visit.

 

         After the CRP Team leaving the Model village, the CC and MBK will implement the followup action plan.

 

 

 

Expected Outcomes in the model village.

           (By CRP Team and the CC/MBK follow up action plan)

 

 

 

Outcomes of CRPS Strategy in model villages:

Task

Achievement

No. of Mandalscovered

22

No.of villages covered

142

No. of pop and poor joined in groups

1365

No. of new groups formed

135

No.of default and defunct groups revived

317

No.of Group Book keepers identified

385

No.of SHGs covered by She Members level trainings(Shg Concept and MCP)

857

No. of Disabled groups formed

85

 

Vision Building : Steps are being taken to sensitize the Community for building Village Organizations in a systematic manner and to strengthen them through collective exercises for a period of time.  Emphasis is given to inculcate the principle of sustainability from the beginning itself. 

            The CBOs are fecilitated to consider their institution as a self manageable self sustainable institute to cater the needs of the POP and Poor both in social and financial inter mediation.  The CBOs are also sensitized to follow all the possible steps particularly the 4 Arrows of Velugu  Project to come out of poverty.

 

Formation of Village Organizations :  Village Organization is  a crucial village level institution of Poor families consisting of about 10-20 Self Help Groups and the formation of Village Organization is the most important institution building activity in Velugu Project.  The VO formation exercise  involves the tackling of several problematic issues in  a systematic manner duly observing all the cardinal principles of facilitation. It essentially requires committed trained facilitator to build up an atmosphere where the unorganized incoherent and frivolous groups are organized to come to a common plat form for taking up future activities of their choice for their betterment .  In the absence of any one single model that works in all situations, we started experimenting to evolve the VO formation strategy to suit the needs of Khammam District..  The Project Staff are nurtured on these facilitation techniques very intensively to obtain outstanding results.  The intensive experimentation in the District has helped us to evolve an effective strategy of VO formation (Copy of the steps/precautions taken in the district is enclosed) by involving the SHG women around some collective activities like involvement in ISLs (Individual Sanitary Latrines) constructions, involvement in bulk procurement and purchases of essential commodities required by the Group members and humanitarian voluntary activities like Pidikedu Biyyam etc.  The Majority of the VOs formed in the District are of this type and they reflect the important qualities of Unity,  harmony and service motto in their day to day functioning.  So far 828 VOS were formed in the District.

 

Registration of VOs : After having a deliberations with Cooperative Department several times a set of Bylaws have been arrived at, which are acceptable to the Community in a long run.  The Co-operative Department has agreed to register the VOs  under MACS 1995 Act. So far 128 Village Organisations were  Registere uder AP MACs ACT, 1995.The Registration of MMs is under process.

 

4. Capacity Building, Work shops, Exposure visits

 

Most of the Project Staff are trained in Out-Reach N.G.O are presently working in Velugu Project, Hence the Resources of  Outreach Project are effectively utilized in Velugu Project.

 

Training Calendars : The Mandal wise Training Calendar is prepared by the concerned Mandal Samakya and the District level Training Calendar is also prepared by DPMU.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Institutional and Human Capacity Building Profile - 2004-05

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Target Group

No. trained

No. of training Days

Training Institutions

Resource Persons

Details of Training Modules completed

1

SHG Members

72000

6

Villages

CCs, MRPs, CRPs, MTC, DRP

SHG Concept, Book Keeping, VO Concept, MS Concept, Velugu Concept and PIP

2

SHG Leaders

14400

8

Villages

CCs, MRPs, CRPs, MTC, DRP

SHG Concept, Book Keeping, VO Concept, MS Concept, Velugu Concept and PIP

3

VO-EC Members

12400

8

MVTCs and Villages

CCs, MRPs, CRPs, MTC, DRP

SHG Concept, Book Keeping, VO Concept, MS Concept, Velugu Concept, PIP, Sub Projects, LEAP, Soukaryam and IGA activities

4

VO - OB members

2650

15

MVTC & DPMU

DPMs, CCs, APMs, CRPs, DRPs, MTC

Leadership, SHG & VO Concept, Sub Projects, Velugu Concept, MS

5

MS - EC members

630

15

MVTC & DPMU

DPMs, CCs, APMs, CRPs, DRPs, MTC

Leadership, SHG & VO Concept, Sub Projects, Velugu Concept, MS

6

MS-OB Members

60

7

DPMU

PD, DPMs

E-seva, ZS Importance, CRPs Stratagy, Quarterly Budget entatlement and AWFP Preparation


 

 

Institutional and Human Capacity Building Profile - 2004-05

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Target Group

No. Trained

No. of Training Days

Training Institutions

Resource Persons

Details of Training Modules Completed

1

Community Coordinators

70

13

TTDC

NABARD, DRPs

SAP Books, Transaction sheet book, General Ledger, Minutes and Individual Pass Books

2

Community Activists

800

8

MVTC

CCs, MBKs, MTC, DMG

SHG concept, VO Concept, MS Concept and SAP Book Keeping

3

Masterl Book Keepers

70

10

DPMU

Vikasa darshini(NGO), DMG

SAP books and VO Books, Registration

4

Mandal Training Coordinators

22

10

DPMU

Vikasa darshini(NGO), DMG, DPMs

SAP books and VO Books, Registration

5

Mandal Botanists

11

6

DPMU

Mazeed

NTFP Products, Procurement, Marketing

6

Village Botanists

60

6

MVTC

NTFP - DPM, LA

Identification of Plant sources, NTFP

7

CRPs

66

8

DPMU

DPMs,APMs

SHG concept, VO Concept, Financial Managament

8

Exposure visits

20

5

Myrada , Kadiri Anantapur Dist.

CCs and APMs

Functioning of SHG, Vo, Ms.in Gandlapenta , Anantapur District.


 

5. Details of MVTCs / TTDC

 

                        All the 22 MVTCs  started functioning in the district and they procured the required training material and training aids.  Status report is given below.

 

STATUS OF MVTCs

 

 

Name of the District : KHAMMAM

 

Total no. of Project Mandals : 22 (DPMU)

 

S. No.

Activity

Status

1

Total No. of MVTCs to be established

-

2

No. of MVTCs established

22

3

No. of MVTCs existing in Govt. buildings

7

4

No. of MVTCs existing in Private buildings

15

5

Rent per month to be paid to private buildings for MVTCs

Rs. 1000-2000

6

No. of MVTCs having computers

22

7

No. of MVVTCs having telephone connection

22

8

No. of MVTCs having TVs

22

9

No. of MVTCs having VCP

22

10

No. of MVTCs having Internet connectivity

-

11

No. of MVTCs having White boards/Black boards

22

12

No. of MVTCs having training modules (Swasakthi, Samrudhi, Sankalapa with charts)

22 (Swasakthi-Each MVTC 5sets, Samruddi-5 sets, Sankalpa-5)

13

No. of MVTCs commenced trainings

22

14

Total no. of MRPs

-

15

No. of MVTCs having Mandal Training Coordinator

22

16

No. of MTCs trained

22

17

No.of MVTcs having OHPs

22

18

No.of MvTCs having Digital Cameras

22

19

No. of MVTCs prepared Annual Training calenders

22

20

No. of MVTCs prepared Monthly training calenders

22

21

No. of CRPs existing

66

22

No. of CRPs trained

66

23

No. of MVTCs prepared & submitted budget

22

 

 

 

6. MICRO FINANCE:-

 

SHG BANK LINKAGE:

 

Achievement  statement up to March , 05

Name of

The District

Targets

Groups

Amount

Achievement

Groups

Amount

Khammam

15159

4100.00

17035

4181.92

 

The flow of finance under shg Bank linkage programme is stedily increasing in the District from Rs.11.16 Crores in the year 2001-2002 to 41.81 Crores in 2004-05.The repayments  in SHG s in Banklinkage are quite satisfactory ranging from  92 to 95%. A system has been put in place where the bankers review Community Activists once in everymonth with regard to repayments and this system is helping the banks to detect non-repayment trends at early stages.

 

Bookkeeping system.There are 16200 no.of SHGs in the project and the District has adopted Standard Acconting Package prescribed by NABARD for SHGs maintaining their financial transactions. So far 15000 no.of sets have been distributed to SHGs. At present , all the SHGs were facilitated  to identify SHG Bookkeepers.

 

The Community Activist ( Gramadeepika) is presently writing the books of SHGs, who is looking after the books for an verage number of SHGs ranging from 15 to 25 in a village. Monthly once all the CAs were reviewed by Mandal Samakyas.

 

There are 3 Mandal Bookkeepers per each mandal , who have been given induction and refresher training on SAP model. The mandate given to the MBK is to train the Community Activist in Bookkeeping and give on the job support  to  CAs in writing the books of  Acounts and writing the books of VO. At present all Vos were updating their books of accounts for Internal and external Audit..

 

7. CIF

 

 Identified of 40 members as para - vet(Gopala Mitra) and 16 members were sent for training to  Visakhaatnam as 1st batch.

 

Fodder cultivation has been encouraged in Aswaraopet, Dhammapeta, Yerrupalem & Bonakal mandals where animal poulation is high.

 

Calf rearing through CIF in Gunnealli village of Dammapeta mandal has been encouraged. 25 calf @ Rs. 6000/- each were given to the village organizations under income generating activity.

 

Milk collection centers at Kachavaram and Yerrupalem villages of Yerrupalem mandal have been established by arranging Tie up with A.P Daily development Corporation Ltd.,

 

Orientation programmes on Artificial Insemination services and Best cattle management at V.O and MS level.

Identified rural un employed youth and provided employment opportunities for 100 members from (10)  mandals in various Granite industries.

 

8.  Convergence with Line Departments

 

 

9. Convergence with PRIs

 

 

10. GENDER :

            Gender has always been gender in the social agenda of Vos and MS in all the Project Mandals in this district.  Identification of Girl child labour and sensitizing their families for mainstreaming them in Schools, addressing the issue of Child Marriages, Counselling the cases relating to victims of pre-marital affairs and addressing problems of violence against women at community level are few of the important areas taken up by the CBOs in the district. Though these interventions were done in the Mandals, an effort to consolidate actions has not been made so far and institutionalization of these efforts at CBO level is the major priority in this financial year.  The discussion on social issues at SHG level is still a vision rather than a reality. 

.facilitated the community  to form 88 committees to deal with the Social Issues and the committees are trained by the GREG members.

 

            Khammam District is identified as one of the resource district for gender component along with West Godavari and Krishna and concerted efforts will be made at all Mandals to have a dedicated cadre of social action activists and social action committees in the villages and at Mandal level and a clear social agenda will be developed at SHG level so as to have demand driven approach for gender related issues at the family and village level.   The Mandal level functionaries have undergone a 4 day gender sensitization training and the work relating to identification of social activists at each village is in the process and with introducing of gender action plan during this financial year the following outcomes are expected from out of gender initiative in Khammam DPMU:

 

11. HEALTH & NUTRITION:

            The Project has identified 2 Health & Nutrition Mandals i.e. Dammapeta and Mulakalapalli and the required staff for undertaking interventions under this component are positioned at these two Mandals.  These functionaries have conducted health PRA in all the Vos  of these Mandals and gathered very important information with regard to Health and Nutrition.  Infant mortality rate, Maternity mortality rate are identified as two critical areas, which need to be addressed in these 2 Mandals as the incidence in these critical areas is very high in these two Mandals.  The Project functionaries have gone to Jamked of Maharashtra to get  exposure on preventive medicine and they inturn are giving orientation to the CBOs on having herbal kitchen garden. 

            It is felt necessary to have a cadre of Health Activists at Village level, who will be the chief implementor of health and nutrition interventions at the village level.   As per this strategy, the Health Activists have been identified and positioned in these Mandals and series of trainings were also given to these functionaries.  Medical camps were conducted in these Mandals along with other Mandals in convergence with Medical and Health department exclusively for Mother & Child health care.

 

12.  Disability :

The Project has identified one Mandal i.e. Tirumalayapalem as the Pilot

Mandal for doing interventions in disability component.  Later two more Mandals were added for initiating disability rehabilitation interventions and those Mandals are Dammapeta and Mulakapalli.  So far 70 SHGs have been formed in Tirumalayapalem Mandal exclusively with disabled and these groups are nurtured to function like SHGs on par with women SHGs.  These groups were facilitated to associate themselves with the VOs and to form a separate Mandal Vikalangula Samakya, which is working in close coordination with Mandal Mahila Samakya of that Mandal. 

The disabled groups were also formed in other Mandals on their own and

these groups are also given support by the Project functionaries in getting Bank linkage and Revolving Fund from DRDA.

As an incentive, the disabled groups, which have crossed six months period 

are given RF at the rate of Rs.5,000 per group so as to enable the groups to do effective internal rotation. The Banks in the district have been sensitized and made to agree to open Accounts for disabled SHGs with a minimum number even 5 members and with a minimum deposit of Rs.100/-.  The long-term vision of the Project is to link the groups with bank finance so as to ensure sustainability to these SHGs.

            The Project has conducted micro credit plans to some of the disabled SHGs and financed Rs.4.00 lakhs to few SHGs who have taken up Income generating activities.  One of the unique feature about these SHGs are that the repayment performance is 100%.

            As a social CIF initiative, orthopaedically disabled individuals were given Tri-cycles by the MSs and so far 800 such people were supported by the MSs.  Certification and multi-purpose camps were organized in few Mandals exclusively for the disabled for arranging Government concessions and Medical Certificates to the disabled through a single window.


 

13.  Finance :

MANDAL WISE CIF ACHIEVEMENTS FOR 2004 - 2005  Up to 31/03/05

Sl.No

Name of the Mandal

No.of Sub Projects

INCOME GENERATION

MARKETING

Social Development

Tricycles

Physical Ifrastructure

Total

IGA (Small Credits)

Land Development

Disabled

Red Gram

NTFP

1

Aswarao Peta

21

1573067

434215

 

0

124650

44397

88596

0

2264925

2

Bonakal

18

2407441

148392

 

436950

0

44450

88596

18750

3144579

3

Chandrugonda

13

1229918

0

 

0

87795

15120

88596

0

1421429

4

Chinthakani

19

894194

0

 

487350

0

19050

88596

31100

1520290

5

Dammapeta

22

1529437

714900

 

0

253566

86445

248069

0

2832417

6

Enkoor

18

786003

717300

 

0

241893

0

88596

12150

1845942

7

Garla

28

1936152

189900

 

0

0

206231

141754

0

2474037

8

Julurpad

10

579973

0

 

0

161640

0

88596

8100

838309

9

Kamepalli

13

1301769

267300

 

149400

0

0

177192

56250

1951911

10

Khammam

23

2252805

0

 

937050

0

215000

194911

31250

3631016

11

Khammam (U)

11

779004

0

 

0

0

24900

106315

12150

922369

12

Kothagudem

17

897675

278100

 

0

225000

0

88596

0

1489371

13

Kusumanchi

10

1147230

0

 

167000

0

22680

88596

0

1425506

14

Madhira

18

870429

77760

 

487500

0

57150

88596

18750

1600185

15

Mudigonda

15

972170

0

 

341800

0

7560

212630

18750

1552910

16

Mulakalapalli

17

971290

22500

 

0

684693

0

88596

0

1767079

17

Palvancha

21

2161230

279900

 

0

201014

3000

88596

0

2733740

18

Penuballi

13

1120500

165645

 

0

45000

44450

88596

12150

1476341

19

Sathupalli

14

1882662

0

 

0

215978

0

88596

0

2187236

20

Tirumalai Palem

22

1418445

105570

336000

0

0

9500

301226

100000

2688341

21

Vemsoor

17

2220914

275535

 

0

0

0

88596

0

2585045

22

Yerrupalem

20

1825605

0

 

854600

0

0

212630

18500

2911335

 

Total

380

30757913

3677017

336000

3861650

2241229

799933

2835071

337900

45264313

 


 

14. ICT

 

E-SEVA-Rural KIOSKS

They are collected existing CMEY/Youth Associations data in selected Mandals.

 

15.  Land Development:

 

A budget outlay of Rs.30 lakhs is given to Khammam DPMU, for the year 2003-2004. As clarity regarding what type of lands can be purchased is not available with DPMU, land could not be purchased. However, with the communication of detailed guidelines on this subject by SERP, DPMU has gathered information about the villages and Mandals where there is good potential for ground water and where the lands can be purchased.

The field functionaries of the project were sensitized and proposals are forthcoming from Mandals and this year the DPMU will be able to ensure utilization of budget 100.

 

16. Youth Empowerment :

 

At present the Project is concentrating in facilitating the Community to identifying the village youth activists and understanding about the social and economical and political situations in the villages, they ware conducted social activities in the villages like Sramadanam, Sports and Games, Medical Camps, Plantations and Rallies.

 

17. Tribal Development :

 

Village Tribal botanists are identified through facilitation for NTFP and VSS activities  Resource survey completed in tribal villages.

 

 

18. RICE CREDIT LINE:

 

q                   Rice Credit line has been introduced in 66 village organizations for providing food security to POP & Poor families. The Rice in being procured from open marker and the millers. The beneficiaries have been identified by the SHGs and VOs from the PO & Poor families who dissolve the necessity of this type of assistance. The rice is being distributed to the POP & Poor families according to their requirement for every month.

 

q                   5042 households in the poor view of 66 Village Organizations have been benefited with an amount of Rs. 20.28 lakhs.

 

q                   Separate stock registers are being maintained by the VOs

 

q                   Total amount that was released to purchase of Rice under RCL was recovered by the SHGs and it was re paid to the VOs. The VOs will monitor the Repayments.

 

19. Child Labour

        During the CCs recruitment process the CCs (interns) have mobilized the community to enroll about 700  school going children into the school.

 

        The Village Organizations are facilitated to adopt the enrollment of out of school children into schools by monitoring the child labour subject as one of the agenda items in VO meetings.

 

        It is reported that the VOs in the District have enrolled 395 no out of school  children into schools.

 

        All CIF Sub Projects prepared by the CBOs are thoroughly planned to avoid proliferation of  child labour.

 

        28 Child Care centers being run in 3 Mandals also help in arresting the growth of child labour.

 

 

20.  Monitoring & Learning :

 

Presently the Project is collecting the data from the Mandal units on various projects and performance related indicators still there is a gap in the data collection and in data utilization.  Sensing the need to have a pucca data base of the CCs, were drawn by MIS and efforts will be made during this financial year in this area with the following outcomes:

OUTCOMES OF MONITORING AND LEARNING: -

 

      All CCs ,MBKs, MTCs , APMs , CRPs and DPMs are trained on updating and maintenance of Reporting systems follow-up and fine tuning of MIS.

      All MBKs trained on Micro Finance Indicators at the District level;

      All APMs were trained on Conduct of data analyses, sample checking, conduct of review and Learning process;

 

21. Communications and Partnership

 

Communications :

.

 

Partnerships :             In convergence with the DRDA, Police Department and Youth Welfare Dept., the project has initiated interventions in the jobs sector and skill development trainings were organized to tribal youth in secuing jobs in areas like Army, Police, and in motor vehicle Driving sector.  During the last financial year, 927 youth were identified and given training by APITCO, APSRTC and other Institutions.

 

            Apart from tribal youth, women belonging to SC & ST families were also being identified in selected Mandals especially in Mandals, which are effected by extremism and as per their aptitude of the candidates training programmes were organized.  The following training programmes have been given/commissioned, which is providing and will provide employment to 182 number of individuals.

 

Sl.No.                 Sector                                              Candidates sponsored

 

1                      COIR ROPE                                                    20

2                      TAILORING                                                    25

3                      GRANITE                                                        95

4                      BANIYAN KNITTING                                    10

5                      M.P.H.W                                                         30

6                      L.M.V                                                              02

 

One Livelihood Activist is exclusively working on creation of jobs at the Project level.

 

22. Environmental Aspects

 

 

23. AWFP

for the Year 2005-06 is Enclosed

 

24.  Best Practices and Success Stories :

 

Collective Activities

            Bulk Purchases, Pidikedu Biyyam, ISL Activity, Tree Plantations etc

            Organized Health Camps in Remote Villages with support from Medical & Health Departments.

Book Keeping,  Internallending is being practiced at SHG and VO level the conflicts are settled at VO level and other social issues and Repayments are addressed by MS.

 

27.  MARKETING INTERVENTIONS:

                                   

Red Gram Procurement:

 

   The members of  25 village organizations Pertains to 10 mandals in DPMU, Khammam have taken up the procurement  of Red gram in their villages as Income    generating activity. 2027 quintals of Redgram has been procured with an amount of Rs. 38.62 lakhs at an average rate of  Rs.1450/- to 1600/-per quintal. At present the price of Red gram in the local market is Rs.1700/- per quintal and it is expected to go up. With this marketing intervention about 250 POP & Poor families are expected to get a profit of Rs. 2 lakhs on the purchase price @ Rs.100/- per quintal.

 

Procurement:

About 5000 Qtls.NTFP items like cashew nut, Chilla seed Ntippateega, Naxvomica, Tamarind Fruit, Tamarind seed, Tani pulp, Brooms, Cowpio, Tabsi Gum, & Neem seed have been procured by 35 Village organizations of 10 mandals with an amount of Rs. 43.91 lakhs.

 

SHG Bank linkage TargetSHs for the Year 2004-05                                                                                                 

 
 

KHAMMAM DISTRICT

S.No

Mandal Name

Total SHG A/Cs

Linkage up to 31.03.2005

Groups

Amount

1

ASWAPURAM

474

313

105.96

2

ASWARAOPETA

742

411

128.47

3

BAYYARAM

528

431

160.19

4

BHADRACHALAM

1040

515

85.86

5

BONAKAL

627

348

60.68

6

BURGAMPADU

876

343

76.72

7

CHANDRUGONDA

688

414

58.59

8

CHERLA

490

366

94.51

9

CHINTHAKANI

941

455

79.96

10

CHINTUR

366

175

18.36

11

DAMMAPETA

728

456

109.35

12

DUMMUGUDEM

641

433

124.40

13

ENKUR

581

270

52.86

14

GARLA

495

161

36.07

15

GUNDALA

342

157

24.53

16

JULURPAD

545

218

80.55

17

KALLUR

858

638

164.48

18

KAMEPALLI

568

251

54.69

19

KHAMMAM ( U )

954

724

275.79

20

KHAMMAM(R)

1120

405

108.07

21

KONIJERLA

771

391

105.25

22

KOTHAGUDEM

1373

661

143.63

23

KUKUNUR

409

280

57.72

24

KUNAVARAM

413

129

17.10

25

KUSUMANCHI

905

439

141.09

26

MADHIRA

771

548

107.19

27

MANUGURU

572

368

62.01

28

MUDIGONDA

902

360

97.32

C29

MULAKALAPALLI

579

247

28.11

30

NELAKONDAPALLI

788

374

87.92

31

PALONCHA

488

368

121.24

32

PENUBALLI

613

301

52.49

33

PINAPAKA

654

450

56.19

34

SATHUPALLI

944

577

108.89

35

SINGARENI

782

349

48.39

36

TEKULAPALLI

420

142

23.59

37

THALLADA

996

620

231.12

38

THIRUMALAYAPALEM

950

467

142.52

39

V R PURAM

446

230

51.67

40

VELAIRPAD

338

71

7.30

41

VEMSUR

681

483

121.66

42

VENKATAPURAM

497

298

48.11

43

WAZEEDU

380

316

53.38

44

WYRA

669

427

155.18

45

YELLANDU

651

310

95.16

46

YERRUPALEM

681

345

117.60

Total

31277

17035

4181.92

SHG Bank linkage Targets for the Year 2005-2006

 
 

KHAMMAM DISTRICT

S.No

Mandal Name

Total SHG A/Cs

Target 2005-2006

Groups

Amount

1

ASWAPURAM

474

220

88.00

2

ASWARAOPETA

742

392

156.80

3

BAYYARAM

528

325

130.00

4

BHADRACHALAM

1040

479

191.60

5

BONAKAL

627

257

102.80

6

BURGAMPADU

876

298

119.20

7

CHANDRUGONDA

688

308

123.20

8

CHERLA

490

270

108.00

9

CHINTHAKANI

941

534

213.60

10

CHINTUR

366

159

63.60

11

DAMMAPETA

728

424

169.60

12

DUMMUGUDEM

641

462

184.80

13

ENKUR

581

339

135.60

14

GARLA

495

295

118.00

15

GUNDALA

342

119

47.60

16

JULURPAD

545

203

81.20

17

KALLUR

858

375

150.00

18

KAMEPALLI

568

282

92.00

19

KHAMMAM ( U )

954

618

247.20

20

KHAMMAM(R)

1120

560

224.00

21

KONIJERLA

771

428

171.20

22

KOTHAGUDEM

1373

630

252.00

23

KUKUNUR

409

277

110.80

24

KUNAVARAM

413

175

50.00

25

KUSUMANCHI

905

373

149.20

26

MADHIRA

771

394

157.60

27

MANUGURU

572

279

91.60

28

MUDIGONDA

902

454

181.60

29

MULAKALAPALLI

579

255

102.00

30

NELAKONDAPALLI

788

287

114.80

31

PALONCHA

488

150

60.00

32

PENUBALLI

613

279

111.60

33

PINAPAKA

654

294

87.60

34

SATHUPALLI

944

363

145.20

35

SINGARENI

782

307

100.08

36

TEKULAPALLI

420

225

90.00

37

THALLADA

996

450

180.00

38

THIRUMALAYAPALEM

950

350

140.00

39

V R PURAM

446

276

100.40

40

VELAIRPAD

338

147

48.80

41

VEMSUR

681

393

157.20

42

VENKATAPURAM

497

370

148.00

43

WAZEEDU

380

157

62.80

44

WYRA

669

386

154.40

45

YELLANDU

651

373

149.52

46

YERRUPALEM

681

342

136.80

Total

31277

15333

6000.00