KURNOOL

 

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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

 

 

INDIRA KRANTHI PATHAM & DRDA - KURNOOL

 

Back Ground:

 

            APRPRP IKP project has been working in the district since June,2002, it has been actively involved in Institution Building , Micro Finance and livelihoods for the POP+Poor house-holds through Social Mobilization process in the district. IKP from the inception focused on Social Mobilization process , strengthening SHGs already exist in the villages and coverage left over POP+ Poor in the fold of SHGs though Community Participation.

 

            APRPRP IKP project adopted focused group approach, mainly targeting Women SHGs, Youth SHGs, and DAP SHGs, most of groups relatively homogeneous and caste based. All the POP+Poor have yet to be covered and group formation is an on going process to expand the coverage of POP+Poor .

 

            APRPRP IKP has conducted PIP survey intensively in the villages, poverty level very high in the district , according to the PIP House-holds survey 50 percentage of the House-holds BPL families.

 

PIP survey:

 

        Survey has been conducted in all 46 IKP mandals.

        CCs of respective mandals and 10 Mandal Resource Persons were trained up to conduct survey.

        This survey conducted by the way of PRA exercise though Community participation.

        Grama Sabha conducted in the respective villages.

        Social mapping is one of the major tools in the survey.

        The Income and Financial status of the poor were identified though Well Being analysis 

        These poor people were made into two categories i.e., Poorest of the Poor and Poor.

        Another survey conducted Door to Door survey to House-holds under the falling  above 800 House-holds villages.

        The marks allotted to the categories were:

         

0          to         17  marks  --- POP

18        to         24  marks----  Poor

25        to         34  marks ---   Middle

35 and above marks         ---   Rich class

 

        The survey reports were being approved in Grama Sabha and copy of the survey displayed in Panchayat office of the respective Village.

 

 

 

 

 

PIP survey details as follows:

POP+POOR HOUSE-HOLDS SOCIAL BREAK-UP

SC

47,546

ST

10,731

BC

1,02,593

OC

42,074

TOTAL

2,02,944

 

POP + POOR HOUSE-HOLDS ORGANISED INTO SHGs

SC

40972

ST

9923

BC

92282

OC

40370

TOTAL

183547

 

INSTITUTION BUILDING

S.No.

Activity

Achievement

Before

After

Total

1

Total No.of Women groups

14023

7903

21926

2

Total No.of disabled groups

0

679

679

3

Members enrolled

174465

110573

285038

4

Total no. of A grade groups

0

17,083

17083

5

Total no. of B grade groups

0

4,343

4343

6

Total savings in all SHGs

Rs. 29.21 Crores

Rs.17.69 Crores

Rs.46.90 Crores

7

Total No.of VOs

189

760

949

8

Total NO.of SHGs in VO

3985

17,964

21949

9

Total No.of MMS

7

38

45

10

No.of VOs in MMS

189

760

949

11

No.of MBKs

0

133

133

12

No.of VBKs

110

570

680

13

No.of MTCs

0

43

43

14

No. of CRPs

Internal

External

 

0

0

 

44

44

 

44

44

15

No. of Model Villages

0

266

266

16

No. of  Group Book Keepers

424

1120

1544

 

 
STAGES FOR INSTITUION BUILDING

 

      Coverage of POP & POOR into SHG fold

      Book Keeping system

      Village organizations and its strengthening

      Formation of MS and development

      Awareness workshops and exposures at village level, Mandal level and district level

      Model V.Os

      CRPs strategy

      Convergence between line departments and CBOs

      Develop Social Capital

 

Mandal Level

      Micro Finance Functions

      Audit of V.Os

      MOU between project and MS

      Capacity Building of V.Os

      Support to VOs

      Monitoring of CCs work

V.O. Level

      Strengthening of SHG

      Arrange Credit to the SHG

      Book Keeping

      Social Action

      Coverage POP & Poor

      MCP

      Involvement in village development activities

SHG Level

      Savings and Credit

      Coverage POP & Poor into SHG

      Self Mobilisation

      Membership in V.O.

      Linkage Development

      Book Keeping

 

 

 

MODEL VILLAGE ORGANISATIONS:

 

            A model village organisation is one which attains institutional financial sustainability and be a centre for success and provide learning needs for other V.Os

 

Expected Results through Model V.Os

 

1.      No POP & Poor families outside the SHG

2.      Around 70 to 80% of SHGs in the VO would reach A & B Grade

3.      Book Keeping system would be improved both in SHGs and V.Os

4.      Support staff would be in place with required skills

5.      Optimal utilisation of CIF and increase the income of poor families

6.      Establishment of VO office and have information charts

7.      Establishment of simple MIS at VO elvel and MS level

8.      Food Security for POP & Poor families

9.      Monitoring the activities by their own

10.  Increase awareness to E.C., OB of V.O. on vision and its purpose

11.  In creased financial transaction

12.  Activating darmentary groups.

 

VISION BUILDING :

 

      Vision is a very useful and important for development of women organisation

      It is important and worthwhile the exercise

      It is exercise of the imagination, dreaming and fantasizing of their future.

      Vision helps to set goals

      Collective action in better focussed and sound business practice to articulate vision ahead of starting thinking for further development.

 

VISION BUILDING EXERCISE IN MANDAL SAMAKHYAS

 

            Indira Kranthi Patham, Kurnool initiated and conducted vision building exercise in two Mandals.  One is at Orvakal and other one is at Halaharvi and finalised the vision building document of Orvakal Mandal Samakhya with the help of APMAS team.  We have made presentation on this document to the Mandal Samakhya E.C. Members on 29th March 2005 and they have approved the contents, time line, budget.  MMS Orvakal and MS halaharvi to move ahead in achieving goals and attaining sustainability.

 

            Out come of the Exercise:

      Vision truly make women the owners of the movement

      Women did evolve their vision

      MS said they were determined to do the exercise in their self help groups

      Women visioned, building better houses send better schooling, health facilities, transport facilities

      Visioned purchasing lands, improving agricultural productivity, learning new trades establishing expanding business, establishing counselling centres, old age houses, orphan hostels etc.,

      They knew they are achievers, they know their strengths.

 

CRPs SYSTEM

 

            To bring sustainability of Institutions, Community based resources is very essential to develop the Capacity of CBOs through CRP system.  This system is potential livelihood opportunity for poor potential women and also it brings rapid change among SHGs and V.Os.  It helps to develop the V.Os as model.

 

            Work Achievement by the CRPs :

No. of Hamlets

:  66

No. of left over house holds organise into SHGs

1008

No. of New SHGs formed

101

No. of defunct and dormant groups revived

243

No. of New Book Keepers identified

39

No. of SHGs undergone group level training ( Each SHG 2 days training)

1452

No. of SHGs switched over weekly meetings / fortnightly

2 meetings in a month

No.of SHGs updating their book by their own

1032

No. of V.Os established office

66

No. of VOs maintaining information charts

66

No. of V.Os adopted monthly V.O. meetings with fixed agenda

66 ( Fortnightly once 32 VOs)

No. of Balika Sanghas organized

8

No. of children admitted into school / RBC

31

 

 

SOCIAL ACTION :

Fist full of Rice to Old age women / deserted women

42 Villages introduced

Shramadhan

21 Villages

Conducted Rally against Polio

6 Villages

Involved and motivated on Health & Awareness camps

7 Villages

 

Process :

 

      Identification and selection of internal SRPs by Mandal Samakhyas

      Training at SMELC for 7 days

      Action Plan preparation

      Matching & Batching

      Allotment of Mandals

      Review Meetings

      Follow up of their work regularly

      Provide on the Job Support

      Each Mandal 3 Internal CRPs and 1 Book Keeper along with 3 external CRPs + Book Keeper ( SAPAP)

 

MICRO FINANCE :

 

Extending Financial support to Community Based Organisations is another important component of the project in order to enhance the inability of the lives of poor, their livelihoods are identified and give the financial assistance on the basis of their needs through micro credit plan by the poor.

 

BANK LINKAGE:

Indira Kranthi Patham, Kurnool stands first in Bank Linkage programme.  CBOs and staff of IKP / DRDA put efforts in successful achievement.

Year

SHGs

Linkage Amount in Lakhs

2000 to 2001

2303

462.32

2001-2002

3693

912.37

2002 2003

10546

2887.49

2003-2004

16726

4474.95

2004-2005

14303

5951.62

2005-2006 (Projected)

12000

5700.00

 

 

BOOK KEEPING :

 

            The sustainability of Micro Finance operations in Self Help Groups, proper book keeping and efficient fund management is very essential and it is most important challenge for community based organisations to facilitate the book keepers to update and audit the SHG books regularly.

 

            Indira Kranthi Patham, Kurnool have 21949 Self Help Groups and they are maintaining required books.  Out of 21949 SHGs, 10000 SHGs received  Standard Accounting Package Books and updated.

 

            570 Village Book Keepers was trained on SAP books at MVTC for 3 days which was conducted by Master Book Keepers.

 

 

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF MBKs

 

Indira Kranthi Patham, Kurnool have efficient Master Book Keepers and they are successfully doing their job in their respective Mandal Samakhyas and they are reporting their progress to the Mandal Samakhyas in the regular Mandal Samakhya Meetings.  MS reviewing MBKs work in the meeting itself.

 

ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES OF MBKs

 

1.      Facilitate, recruitment and placement of book keepers

2.      Arrange for training of book keepers

3.      Organise and ensure supply of books to all self help groups

4.      Assist village organisations in supervision of book keepers

5.      Conduct periodic Audit on SHGs and V.Os

6.      Write Books of Accounts for MS

7.      Arrange for Self Rating of SHGs

8.      Facilitate Credit Linkage and assist in reporting its progress

9.      Attend all V.O. meetings and MS meetings

Support and facilitate in Financial Supervision.

CAPACITY BUILDING OF THE CBOs

Sr. No

INSTITUTION

CATEGORY

TOPIC

NO OF INSTITUTIONS

1

SHGs

 

SHG concept, Savings, Decision making

10520

 

SHG

Leaders

Group norms, roles

27500

2

Vos

Office Bearers

Roles & responsibilities

949

 

VO

EC members

EC concept

266

 

VO

OB

Exposure visit to RBCs

9 mandals VOs

 

VO

EC members

Exposure to MBNR on NPM

7 mandals 31 Vos

3

MMS

Office Bearers

Roles & responsibilities

38

 

MMS

EC members

EC Concept

38

 

MMS

OB

Exposure visit SAPAP

38

 

MMS

OB

Exposure to MBNR on NPM

7 Mandals

 

B.CAPACITY BUILDING OF THE PROJECT FUNCTIONARIES

Sr. No

CATEGORY

TOPICS COVERED

NO OF PARTICIPANTS

1

CCs

IB Concept

139

2

CCs

Group concept, Social Mobilization, Exposure to Myrada.

60

3

CCs

LEAP

139

4

CCs

Personality Development

68

5

CCs

SAP Books APMAS

139

6

CCs

Accounting & auditing

34

7

CCs

Art of living behevirioual management

25

8

MBKs

SAP Books APMAS

133

9

MRPs

Role & Responsibilities

30

10

DRPs

TOT

21

11

Cas

Role & Responsibilities

570

12

Animators

SHG Concept, Leader ship, Decision Making

380

13

APMs

IB Concept

4

14

APMs

Managerial Skills

4

15

APMs

SAP Accounts - APMAS

4

16

APMs

Art of living

4

 

5.DETAILS OF MTCs / TTDC

1)NO OF MVTC ESTABLISHED 45     2) NO OF MVTC FUNCTIONING -45

 

3) NO OF MTCS WORKING 43

Sr. No

CATEGORY

TOPICS COVERED

NO OF PARTICIPANTS

1

MTCs

IB concept - TOT

21

2

MTCs

Role & Responsibilities Job chart

38

3

MTCs

TOT

43

 

 

USE OF EQUIPMENT

 

HARDWARE,                         = TV                   DISPLAY OF FILMS, ON SHG, VO

        

=COMPUTER,   - MIS DATA,POP DATA

           

SOFTWARE                        =USED FOR SHG DATA

 

 

CIF LIVELIHOOD INTERVENTIONS AND VALUE CHAINS :

CIF PROCESS :

1.      CIF provides resources to the Poor Communities for use as a catalyst to improve their livelihoods

2.      C.I.F provides capital support to the Micro Credit Plans drawn by the Community Based Organisations for various livelihoods

3.      Sub Projects of the poor are evolved basing on the LEAP

4.      LEAP is a scanning report of the village highlighting resources available         (Natural and Human).  Common Livelihoods in the village, preparation of sub projects based on the interventions to fill the gaps and thereby increase the income of the target group.

5.      The Sub project will be based on the MCP prepared SHG wise on priority basis basing on the findings of LEAP aggregating into a Village credit plan.

6.      Credit requirement of the Village Credit Plans are met by the Resources available with the V.O., Bank Linkage and C.I.F. provided by the project.

7.      Model village concept adopted

8.      Funding Pattern involves

a.       Community Contribution                 :           10%

b.      Bank Linkage                                 :           30%

c.       C.I.F.                                             :           60%

In case of Differently Abled Groups, Bank Linkage is not mandatory.

9.      Sub Project Implementing Agency will be the Mandala Mahila Samakhya

10.  C.I.F. provided to the following cateogires / sectors via., Income Generating Activities, Social Development, Productive Physical Infrastructure, Land Purchase, Marketing of Agricultural and NTFP produce, Special Credit Plan for the Disabled.

11.  M.C.P.s drawn by the Community are being appraised towards technical feasibility and economic viability keeping in view the backward and forward linkages besides environmental appraisal wherever necessary.

12.  Once the sub project is sanctioned at DPMU CIF amount will be released to the Mandal Samakhya (SPIA) for onward transmission to the respective V.O.s in turn to the SHGs and to the end beneficiary.

 

MONITORING  SYSTEM:

 

  1. Proper monitoring mechanism is set up at MMS level so that in each MMS monthly meeting proper review can takeplace relating to grounding of sub project acitivities, obtainng of Utilisation Certificate and Demand, Collection and Balance position (Recovery)
  2. Proper Books of Accounts maintained at MMS level to check the flow of funds, repayment and recycling of funds.
  3. Assets Verification Committee to know the functioning of the units, recovery position and Insurance of Assets wherever necessary

 

DOCUMENTATION:

 

  1. Sub project proposal duly containing relevant information along with enclosure i.e., Grama Sabha resolution, V.O. resolution, Budgeting details, PIP particulars, Social Break up and Cost benefit analysis along with Micro Credit Plan SHG wise.
  2. Appraisal of the MCP
  3. MMS recommendation of the Sub Project proposal
  4. Sanction Proceedings and terms of sanction
  5. Flow of funds from DPMU -  MMS V.O. SHG Beneficiary
  6. Collecting of Community Contribution and release of funds for procurement Assets.
  7. Utilisation Certificate from SPIA

 

DETAILS OF INCOME GENERATING SUB PROJECTS :

 

            Sub Projects proposed for funding the Assets including working capital requirements of rural based activities like Livestock, Village Artisans, Petty Trade including the business enterprises of the Disabled.

 

INFRASTRUCTURE SUB PROJECTS :

                                      There is a scope for funding under 85% grand scheme for providing infrastructure facilities viz., Village Procurement Centre, Weighing equipment, Drying platforms, testing equipment and Rural Go-downs etc.,

 

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SUB PROJECTS:

 

                        Services required by the target group mainly under education and health category like running Residential Bridge Course Schools, Schools for Disabled Children, conducting Health Camps providing aids & appliances for disabled are covered under this category.  Providing bicycles for girls students for better access for education and to prevent dropouts taken up under Sowkaryam.

 

MARKETING INTERVENTIONS :

 

Lack of proper marketing mechanism under the control of community leaves a rural producer at the mercy of local market forces depriving them of their legitimate return.

 

Interventions were made in respect of Sun Flower produce as well as collection of neem fruits by more than 20 V.O.s yielded good results.

 

NEW LIVELIHOOD INTERVENTIONS :

 

a)      Sub Projects pertaining to Hybrid Seed Cotton in Kowthalam Mandal of the District without involving Child Labour and managed by land less  SHG women members resulting in prevention of migration and providing additional income.

b)      Under non pest management and organic farming, production of vermin compost as a new intervention has been taken up in two Mandals of the district serving twin objectives of additional income and organic farming.

c)      Under Social development, safety equipment viz., Helmet, Mask, Shoes etc., provided to 158 stone cutting artisans.

d)      Manchalakatta village of Gadivemula Mandal of the District opted for fair price shop dealership of the village thus achieving additional income to the V.O. as well as ensuring distribution of rice and kerosene to the poor without any leakages.  This experiment is worth to be emulated by many more V.O.s in the District.

 

ACHIEVEMENTS :

CIF SANCTIONED AND RELEASED SINCE INCEPTION OF THE PROJECT

Sector

2003-04

2004-05

No. of Beneficiaries

Amount

(Rs. Lakhs)

No. of Beneficiares

Amount

(Rs Lakhs)

Income Generating Activities

14165

824.28

16379

653.77

Marketing

-

-

-

57.68

Food Security

-

-

4441

2.41

Land

 

 

52

26.25

Social Development

12838

194.00

4641

42.30

Total :

27003

1018.28

25513

782.41

 

The total disbursement of Community Investment Fund (CIF ) amounts to          Rs. 1800.69 Lakhs  covering 52,516 Beneficiaries since inception.

OUTLAY FOR 2005-06

            SERP, Hyderabad has communicated the following sectoral budget outlays for the financial year 2005-06 amounting to Rs.2,120 Lakhs as under

 

S.No.

Sector

Allocation (Rs. in Lakhs)

1.

IGA

 

 

a) SHG MCP

1128

 

 

b) Marketing ( Working Capital)

126

 

 

c) Marketing (Movable infrastructure)

20

 

 

d) Food Security

207

1481

2.

Social Development

 

 

a) Jobs

99

 

 

b) Health, Gender etc.,

70

169

3

Land Purchase & Development

339

4.

Disability Pilots

131

 

Grand Total

2120

 

HEALTH, NUTRITION & DISABILITY UNIT

 

HEALTH & NUTRITION PILOT MANDALS

1.      MIDTHUR

2.      PEAPULLY

DISABILITY PILOT MANDALS

1.      GONEGANDLA  

2.      C.BELAGAL        

3.      NANDAVARAM

HEALTH AND NUTRITION COMPONENT

Goal :  Improving the Health & Nutrition status of the poor

      Project Mandals for Health Nutrition Midthur & Peapully

      Conducted District and Mandal level convergence meetings with line departments of Medical and Health and Department of Woman and Child Welfare ( ICDS)

      Developed village health action plans ( Visioning ) in 2 HN Mandals : 70/70

      Conducted focus group discussions in 2 HN Mandals 13/70(20% of V.Os)

      Identified Health Activists in 2 HN Mandals 70/70

      Conducted training programme for more than one lakh women of 20 mandals on creating awareness and capacity building of SHGs on HIV / AIDS through flip books

      Health sub committees prepared in 2 HN Mandals

      Observing Nutrition Health day in 2 HN Mandals

      Social CIF is developed i.e., Health Camps, Health Risk Fund (HRF), Kitchen Gardens and Fluoride filters etc.,

      Case Manager is already placed

      Health Activists induction training held at CRHP, Jamkhed

      Monthly Health Activists training through 16 Modules of Life Circle Approach

      I.E.C. through Kalajatha on early marriages, IMR, MMR and Communicable diseases

        School health Programme is in progress.

LIST OF HEALTH ACTIVISTS

 

MANDAL  : MIDTHUR

 

No. of Villages          :  24,

 

No. of Panchayats    : 19

 

No. of Hamlets         : 5

 

No. of SHGs            : 349

 

No. of V.Os             : 24

 

S.No.

Name of the Village

Health Activist

 

1

Midthur

Manikyamma

 

2

Alaganuru

Suseela

 

3

Talamudipi

Venkatalaxamma

 

4

Rollapadu

Bharathi

 

5

Sunkesula

Parvathamma

 

6

Cherukucherla

Rahmatbee

 

7

Veepanagandla

Uma Maheswari

 

8

Peersabpeta

Ramanamma

 

9

Jalakanuru

Suseelamma

 

10

Paipalem

Mnagamma

 

11

Nagalooty

Maddamma

 

12

Kadumuru

Venkatasubbamma

 

13

Masapeta

Seethanagamma

 

14

Uppaladadia

Saradamma

 

15

Kalamandalapadu

Hussain Bee

 

16

Bhairapuram

Parvathamma

 

17

Thimmapuram

Padmavathamma

 

18

49-Bannur

Maddamma

 

19

Chowthkuru

Rasool Bee

 

20

Gudipadu

Maddamma

 

21

Chintalapalle

Leelavathamma

 

22

Khajipeta

Jayamma

 

23

Devanuru

Maarthamma

 

24

Sunnampalle

Ramasubbamma

 

 

LIST OF HEALTH ACTIVISTS

 

MANDAL  : PEAPULLY

 

No. of Villages          :  53

 

No. of Panchayats    : 46

 

No. of Hamlets         : 7

 

No. of SHGs            : 640

 

No. of V.Os             : 46

 

S.No.

Name of the Village

Health Activist

 

1

Enugumarri

G.Suneetha

 

2

Mettupalle

G.Varalakshmi

 

3

Vengalampalle

D.Chennamma

 

4

Venkatampalle

S.Eeswaramma

 

5

S.T.Colony, Burugula

 

 

6

Burugula I

P.Prameelamma

 

7

Burugula II

G.Lakshmi Devi

 

8

Seethamma Thanda

 

 

9

Kowlapalle

A.Nageswaramma

 

10

Kommemarri

 

 

11

B.C.Pally

V.Rangamma

 

12

Neredu cherla

K.Lakshmi Kanthamma

 

13

N.Racherla

Venkateswaramma

 

14

Lakshmi Thanda

Lakshmi Bai

 

15

Alebad

Ramanamma

 

16

Alebad Thanda

Lakshmi Bai

 

17

N.Rangapuram

Ramanamma

 

18

Nalla Mekala Palle

P.Nagamma

 

19

Boyala Palle

Kambamma

 

20

Rachavandla Palle

Annapurnamma

 

21

D.Rangapuram

Lakshmi Devi

 

22

J.S.Kuntla

Pullamma

 

23

V.K.Puram

G.Prameelamma

 

24

Chandrapalle

 

 

25

Siddanagattu

M.Tulasamma

 

26

Hussainapuram

G.Indira

 

27

Peddavai

 

 

28

Bavipalle

 

 

29

Ramaratnagiri

Eeramma

 

30

Jaladurgam

Chinna Devi

 

31

Jaladurgam

Jayamma

 

32

Utakonda

S.Shantha Kumari

 

33

Gopala Nagaram

Madhavi

 

34

Ramakrishnapuram

K.V.Chinnamma

 

35

Madhavaram

Lakshmi Devi

 

36

Kalachatla

Y.Saraswathi

 

37

S.C.Colony

Ramanjanamma

 

38

Yerraguntla Palle

P.Thimmamma

 

39

Pedda Pudella

R.Kamalamma

 

40

Chinnapudella

M.Neelavathi

 

41

Gudipadu

K.Sudhalakshmi

 

42

H.R.Palle

Parvathamma

 

43

Potudoddi

K.Yashoda

 

44

Nalla Balle

 

 

45

Peapully

P.Sujatha

 

46

Peapully

Y.Nagamani

 

47

Peapully

S.Ramanjulamma

 

48

Peapully

G.Vijayalakshmi

 

49

Rampuram

 

 

50

Obula Devarapalle

 

 

51

Munimadugu

 

 

52

P.R.Palle

B.Nagalakshmi

 

53

S.Rangapuram

 

           

 

 

 

TRAINING SCHEDULE

TOT Training for Mandal Resource Persons on creating awareness

and capacity building of SHGs on HIV/AIDS

1st bach & 2nd batches

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Registration 9.00-10.00 AM

Feed back 9.00-9.30 AM

Feed back 9.00-9.30 AM

Govt., General Hospatal       9.00-9.30 AM

Feed back 9.00-9.30 AM

Inaguration 10.00-11.00 AM

Transmission & Prevention 9.30-11.00 AM

Facilitation 9.30-11.00 AM

Visit to VCTC 9.30-11.00 AM

Role of MRPs/VRPs/SHGs 9.30-11.00AM Post test

Tea 11.00-11.15 AM

Introductions and Workshop structures 11.15-12.45 PM

STIS & RTIS 11.15 to 1.30 PM

How to use HIP book to train SHGs on HIV/AIDS 11.15 - 1.30

Visit to Care & support centre mariy Nilayam 11.15-12.45 PM

Action plan for capacity building of SHGs on prevention of HIV/AIDS 11.15-12.15 PM

Post test & Evaluation 12.15-12.45 PM

Scenario of HIV/AIDS    12.45-1.30

Transit to Trg venue            12.45-1.30 PM

Valedictory 12.45-2.00 PM

Lunch 1.30-2.30 PM

Reproductive system 2.30-3.30 PM

Why women are more vulnerable?  2.30-3.30 PM

How to use flip book to train SHGs?        2.30-3.30 PM

Interaction with HIV +ve person 2.30-3.30 PM

Disbursement of TA to MRPs 2.30 - 4.00 PM

Tea 3.30 - 3.45 PM

Sex and Sexuality       3.45-4.30 PM

Life skills        3.45-4.45 PM

Practice to us flip book      3.30-4.45 PM

Clarifications on field visits       3.30-5.30 PM

Discussion with on MRPs operationalisation of plans at mandal/village              4.00 - 5.30 PM

Facts about HIV/AIDS        4.30-5.30 pm

Services available from APSACS       4.45-5.30 PM

Field visit       5.00-8.30 PM

Wrap up 5.30-5.45 PM

 

 

 

 

 

APRPRP ( IKP) KURNOOL

DETIALS OF  TRAINING OF MRPs , VRPs and SHGs on CREATING AWARENESS & CAPACITY BUILDING OF SHGs ON HIV / AIDS

FORMAT I

S.No.

Name of the Mandal

No. of MRPs trainined

1

Allagadda

3

2

Sirivel

3

3

Mahanandi

3

4

Nandikotkur

4

5

Peapully

3

6

Kodumur

3

7

Veludrthy

3

8

Gudur

4

9

Dhone

4

10

Nandavaram

3

11

Gonegandla

3

12

C.Belagal

3

13

Midthur

3

14

Aspari

3

15

Mantralayam

3

16

Alur

3

17

Chagalamarri

3

18

Bethamcherla

4

19

Orvakal

3

20

Panyam

3

 

Total :

64

 

 

 

No. of Batches of MRP trainings conducted

2

 

 

DETIALS OF TRAINING OF  VRPs by MRPs  on CREATING AWARENESS AND CAPAICTY BUILDING OF SHGs ON HIV / AIDS

FORMAT - II

S.No.

Name of the Mandal

No. of VRPs Trained

No. of Batches of VRP trainings organised

1

Allagadda

37

2

2

Sirivel

38

2

3

Mahanandi

22

1

4

Nandikotkur

60

2

5

Peapully

52

2

6

Kodumur

50

2

7

Veludrthy

44

2

8

Gudur

38

1

9

Dhone

60

2

10

Nandavaram

60

2

11

Gonegandla

44

2

12

C.Belagal

55

2

13

Midthur

30

2

14

Aspari

60

2

15

Mantralayam

38

2

16

Alur

60

2

17

Chagalamarri

39

2

18

Bethamcherla

52

2

19

Orvakal

68

2

20

Panyam

32

2

 

Total :

939

38

 

 

DETIALS OF  TRAINING OF SHGs by VRPs on CREATING AWARENESS AND CAPCITY BUILDING OF SHGs ON HIV / AIDS through FLIP BOOKS

FORMAT - III

S.No.

Name of the Mandal

No. of SHGs trained

No. of SHG Members Trained

No. of SHGs yet to be trained

No. of SHG members yet to be trained

1

Allagadda

555

8325

NIL

NIL

2

Sirivel

495

7425

NIL

NIL

3

Mahanandi

272

4080

NIL

NIL

4

Nandikotkur

736

11040

NIL

NIL

5

Peapully

260

4130

NIL

NIL

6

Kodumur

508

7620

NIL

NIL

7

Veludrthy

420

6300

NIL

NIL

8

Gudur

380

1200

NIL

NIL

9

Dhone

560

8400

NIL

NIL

10

Nandavaram

442

6630

NIL

NIL

11

Gonegandla

380

5700

NIL

NIL

12

C.Belagal

360

5400

NIL

NIL

13

Midthur

316

4740

NIL

NIL

14

Aspari

236

3540

NIL

NIL

15

Mantralayam

398

5970

NIL

NIL

16

Alur

228

3420

NIL

NIL

17

Chagalamarri

473

7095

NIL

NIL

18

Bethamcherla

808

12120

NIL

NIL

19

Orvakal

450

6750

NIL

NIL

20

Panyam

380

5700

NIL

NIL

 

Total :

8,657

125,585

0

0

 

DETIALS OF TOT TRAINING OF MRPs BY DRPs & DPM(HND) ON CRATING AWARENESS AND CAPACITY BUILDING OF SHGs ON HIV AIDS

FORMAT - IV

S.No.

No. of DRPs Monitored trainings

No. of MRPs trained

1

5 DRPs + 1 DPM

64 MRPs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

APRPRP, KURNOOL

MANDAL WISE SUPPLY OF HIV / AIDS TRAINING MATERIAL FOR VRPs, SHGs TRAINING

S.NO.

MANDAL

NO. OF VILLAGES

NO. OF SHGs

NO. OF MRPs @ 3 per Mandal 5 day modules ( Already Issued)

No. of VRPs ( I.e., @ 1 per village @ 40 per mandal) 3 day modules

Flip Books

Flip Pocket Books

For MRP Training @3 per Mandal (Already issued)

For VRP Training @ 1 per village ( 40 Appx)

Total No. of Flip Books

@ 1200 per Mandal @ 1per each SHG Member

1

Midthur

24

400

3

40

3

40

43

1200

2

C.Belagal

21

600

3

40

3

40

43

1200

3

Gonegandla

29

500

3

35

3

40

43

1200

4

Bethamcherla

33

560

3

37

3

40

43

1200

5

Dhone

44

700

3

47

3

40

43

1200

6

Veldurthy

36

600

3

37

3

40

43

1200

7

Allagadda

33

732

3

46

3

40

43

1200

8

Chagalamarry

33

595

3

44

3

40

43

1200

9

Gudur

12

500

3

38

3

40

43

1200

10

Kodumur

21

495

3

33

3

40

43

1200

11

Peapully

54

600

3

40

3

40

43

1200

12

Nandavaram

25

486

3

36

3

40

43

1200

13

Asperi

38

750

3

50

3

40

43

1200

14

Mantralayam

22

345

3

28

3

40

43

1200

15

Panaym

24

320

3

27

3

40

43

1200

16

Orvakal

27

450

3

30

3

40

43

1200

17

Sirvel

26

520

3

35

3

40

43

1200

18

Alur

 

250

3

20

3

40

43

1200

19

Nandikotkur

13

650

3

47

3

40

43

1200

20

Mahanandi

 

 

 

 

3

40

43

1200

 

Total :

515

10053

57

710

60

800

860

24000

 

APRPRP (IKP) KURNOOL

HND COMPONENT

                                    Sub:- Dist. Level Convergence Meeting on Health and  Nutrition

District  : KURNOOL

Brief Note on the outcome of the meeting :

Date of Meeting  :  27-03-2004.

Participants : 

1.      DM & HO,

2.      Addl DM & HO,

3.      District Immunization Officer,

4.      P.D., ICDS,

5.      P.D. IKP,

6.      Addl . P.D. IKP

7.      DPM(HND)

8.      C.D.P.Os

9.      PHCMOs.

 

         Particiaption of PHC Medical Officer in HN MMS meeting

         Participation of C.D.P.O ICDS in MMS meetings

         Participation of M.O & C.D.P.O as resource person in their area of trainings organised by IKP MMS

         Upgradation of PHCs to round the clock in 2 HN Mandals

         Joint trainings for ANMs, AWWs and IKP functionaries at Mandal devel for 2 HN Mandals

         Including a MMS member in PC committees

         Co-ordination and co-operation in conducting Medical camps at remote villages,  campaigning, IEC, rallies and trainings at Mandal level.

         Technical support and appraisal support on social CIFs

Sub:- Mandal  Level Convergence Meeting on Health and  Nutrition

District  : KURNOOL                                                           MANDAL : MIDTHUR

Brief Note on the outcome of the meeting :

Date of Meeting : 15-05-2004

Participants : 

1)      P.D., ICDS

2)      DPM(HND)

3)      CDPO, ICDS, Midthur

4)      Supervisor, ICDS, Midthur

5)      Medical Officer PHC

6)      APM, Midthur

         Participation of M.O. PHC, C.D.P.O ICDS in the MMS meetings on Health and Nutrition activities.

         Participation of ANMs and AWW is in the concerned Village Organisation (V.O) meetings.

         Teacher support and support in making social CIFs on Health Nutrition Activities.  All the attended line Dept. personnel voluntarily taken responsibility of making one social CIF each.

         Participation of M.O.- PHC, EDPO ICDS in the area of trainings organised by IKP.

Planned to conduct the tribal health camps at the corner tribal areas of Mandal in convergence with IKP.

 

Details of Mandals for 1st & 2nd  Batches of MRPS Training on HIV / AIDS

Ist Batch

  1. Midthur
  2. C.Belagal
  3. Gonegandla
  4. Betham Cherla
  5. Dhone
  6. Veldurthi
  7. Allagadda
  8. Chagala Marri
  9. Gudur
  10. Kodumur

II nd Batch

 

1.                  Peapully

2.                  Nandavaram

3.                  Aspari

4.                  Mantralayam

5.                  Pnayam

6.                  Orvakal

7.                  Sirivel

8.                  Alur

9.                  Nandikotkur

10.               Mahanandi

APRPRP, KURNOOL

STATUS REPORT ON THE DISABILITY COMPONENT IN THE PROJECT

S.No.

Item

Pilot Mandals

Other Mandals

Total

1

No. of Mandals

3

43

46

2

No. of Houeholds with PWDs

1443

7464

8907

3

No. of PWDs identified

1680

24321

26001

 

a) No. of persons with Locomotor Disability Identified

1159

18741

19900

 

b) No. of persons with Mental Retardation identified

151

1656

1807

 

c) No. of Visually Impaired persons identified

119

806

925

 

d)No. of Hearing Impaired persons identified

251

3118

3369

4

a) No. of PWD SHGs formed

103

306

409

 

b) No. of persons enrolled in SHGs

1157

3287

4444

 

c) No. of PWD SHGs with Bank Account

96

293

389

 

d) No. of PWD SHGs enrolled in V.Os

98

214

312

 

e) No. of V.Os having PWD SHGs

81

261

342

 

f) No. of SHGs trained

94

81

175

5

a) No. of Mandala Vikalangula Sangams formed

3

1

4

 

b) No. of Mandal Vikalangula Sangams opened bank account

3

1

4

6

a) No. of SHGs linked to Banks

18

9

27

 

b) Amount of Bank Linkage ( Rs. Lakhs)

1.9

0.62

2.52

7

a) No. of SHGs received Revolving Fund / Matching grant

0

18

18

 

b) Amount of RF / Matching Grant (Rs.Lakhs)

0

1.8

1.8

8

a) No. of SHGs sanctioned sub projects

82

197

279

 

b) No. of Income Generatin (IG) Sub projects sanctioned

4

24

28

 

c) Amount sanctioned for IG sub projects ( Rs. Lakhs)

21

740

761

9

a) No. of PWD IG sub projects grounded

12

31

43

 

b) Value of PWD IG sub projects grounded ( Rs. Lakhs)

12

31

43

10

Total amount accessed by PWD (Rs. Lakhs) 6b+7b+8c

13.9

76.42

90.32

11

a) No. of IG sub projects pending in the office

2

4

6

 

b) Value of IG sub projects pending in the office (Rs. Lakhs)

5

2

7

12

a) No. of medical certification camps held

3

8

11

 

b) Total No. of certificates issued

1640

14764

16404

 

c) No. of PWDs covered with surgical corrections

9

12

21

 

d) No. of PWDs received assistive devices

45

395

440

13

a) No. of Bridge Schools started for special education need children

3

10

13

 

b) No. of MR, HI & VI severely disabled SEN children enrolled

117

702

819

 

 

Partnerships

 

              PUBLIC

PRIVATE

DPEP

Dr.Reddys Labs Foundation

Child Labour

Agro Tech

Horticulture

Marico Safflower

Revenue

APMAS

Setkur

NGOs

ITDA

 

Health

 

 

YOUTH EMPOWERMENT STRATEGIES

      Identified 18 model villages in the district to be take up youth empowerment strategies

 

      New Youth groups formed

:   78

      Youth groups registered

:   43

      Account opened for

:   22

      No. of Balika Sanghas formed

:   06

      No. of Village Youth Networks formed

:   03

      No. of village youth Networks Registered

:   01

      No. of core groups formed

:   11

      No. of Village Youth Activists (VYAs) identified

: 101

      No. of VYAs trained

:   45

      No. of villages completed Survey on youth

:   06

      No. of Sramadan Programmes conducted

:   19

      Sports & Cultural events

:   12

      Skill Development trainings

:   06

      Plantation activities

:   07

      Rallys conducted on formers suicide

:   06

      Rallys conducted to sensitise the community on AIDS

:   05

      Clean & Green activities

:   08

      Blood Donation camps to be organized

:   03

      Helath Camps to be organized

:   01

      Sports Kits sanctioned villages

:   05

      Estimate worth of Sramadan activities

              :  Rs.60,200/-

      Conducted Vivekananda Jayanthi

:   05

      Prepared Social Sub Projects

:   05

 

Best Practices of Kurnool District

Documentations prepared so far :

1.      Career fair of F&L Foundation

2.      Sunflower marketing by Nandavaram MMS

3.      Dr.Reddys Labs IKP Livelihood Programme

4.      Disabled Residential Schools

5.      Youth Activists training

6.      IKP in Chenchu Lives

7.      Behavioural change / Yoga

8.      Kotivaralu

9.      Mega Bank Linkages

10.  Krishna Pushkaralu Souveneir

11.  Hybrid Cotton Seed Production.

Video documentary :

1.      Panyam Nursery

2.      Livelihood activity ( Batani)

3.      Male Jogins

4.      Dr.Reddys Labs

5.      Disabled Schools

Hybrid Cotton seed production.

 

 

EMPLOYMENT GENERATION FOR RURAL POOR YOUTHUNDER

INTERIOR AREA DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

IKP LABS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMME

 

COURSES OFFERED :

1.     ITES ( Information Technology Enabled Services )

2.     CRS (Customer Relation And Sales )

3.     HSPT ( Hospitality )

4.     WGS ( White Goods Service )

5.     MSW ( Multi Skilled Works )

6.     Auto Mobile

7.     Home Nursing

 

 1 st Phase

Batch

Area of Trainees

No.of persons trained so far

No.of persons placed in various fields

I Kurnool Division

Nandikotkur

Jupadu Banglow

Pagidyala

Veldurthy

Midthur

Orvakal

Gargeyapuram

Kadumur

Dinnedevarapadu

Pasupula

Thandrapadu

206

188

II Kurnool

Division

C.Belagal

Guduru

Kodumur Rural

Dinnedevara Padu

Chengalamarri

Bethamcherla

Banaganapalli

Hussainapuram

Meedivemula

140

125


 

 

Batch

Area of Trainees

No. Of Persons trained so far

No. of persons Placed in various fields

III Adoni

Division

Kowthalam

Kosigi

Alur

Halaharvi

Holagunda

Chippagiri

Gonegandla

Mantralayam Rural

Ratana

Pathikonda Rural

Yemmiganur Rural

153

130 (Remaining under Process)

 

Grand Total

499

443

 

 

 

 

2nd Phase

Batch

Area of Trainees

No.of persons trained so far

No.of persons placed in various fields

I Kurnool

Pagidyala

Bethamcherla

Jupadu Bunglow

Guduru

Kodumur Rural

Kothapalli

Uyyalawada

Loddipalli

84

Placements under process

II

Nandyala & Kurnool

Allgadda Rural

Nandyala Rural

Owk Rural

Koilakuntla Rural

250 (Training is going on at Nandyal)

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUN FLOWER  MARKETING REPORT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amount in Rupees

S NO

DATE

NAME OF THE MANDAL

NAME OF THE VILLAGE

QUANTITY LIFTED(Tons)

RATE

TURN OVER

1

1/3/2005

ALURU

AGRAHARAM

9.623

1520

14626.96

2

1/5/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

NAGARADONA

10.2

1536

15667.2

3

1/6/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

NAGARADONA

10.105

1536

15513.6

4

1/10/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

SANGALA

10.145

1536

15575.04

5

1/12/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

NAGARADONA

10.153

1536

15590.4

6

1/20/2005

ALURU

ALURU

10.145

1500

15217.5

7

1/22/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

KURUKUNDA

7.64

1500

11460

8

1/30/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

NAGARADONA

7.68

1500

11520

9

1/11/2005

YEMMIGANURU

PARLAPALLI

4.701

1580

7427.58

10

1/14/2005

NANDAVARAM

GANHAVARAM

10.623

1566

16635.618

11

1/21/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

KAMMAKOTTALA

11.217

1530

17162.01

12

1/30/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

NAGARADONA

7.635

1530

11681.55

13

1/29/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

NAGARADONA

7.545

1500

11317.5

14

2/1/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

NAGARADONA

10.15

1500

15225

15

2/20/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

SANGALA

10.15

1600

16240

16

2/20/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

SANGALA

10.15

1600

16240

17

2/20/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

SANGALA

10.788

1600

16240

18

2/21/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

SANGALA

9.834

1600

15734.4

19

2/21/2005

CHIPPAGIRI

SANGALA

10.215

1600

16344

20

2/24/2005

ALURU

HATTIBELAGAL

10.203

1605

16375.815

21

2/24/2005

ALURU

HATTIBELAGAL

10.01

1605

16066.05

TOTAL

198.912

 

307860.2

MARKETING

 

Marketing of AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY` through community based organizations farms an important link in value chain of traditional Agriculture .The farmers having the all the risks in the production of commodity faces even more risks unable to with stand the market forces.

 

The role of community based organizations in marketing is attempt to replace the unethical Dhalaries by VO and  have a direct link with the processing unit.

 

The process involves sale of COMMODITY at the door step of the farmers , ensure accurate weighment ,arrange sale at best market price and 100% spot payment the farmers are very happy with this process since it is a two way beneficial by

1)      Getting better price.

2)      Avoid unnecessary expenses and linkages at the AMC(agriculture market comities).

 

The process was implemented for sunflower commodity during 2004-2005 by 21 V.O.s in ADONI DIVISION by procuring 198.912 Tons at a total turn over 30.78 lakhs. All the VO`s have earned 2% commission on the total turn over and farmers also got better deal. During 2005-2006 also the same process will be repeat all the above 21 vo`s for SUNFLOWER commodity. The available budget that is 6 lakh`s during 2005-2006 will be utilized for standing marketing of BENGALGRAM in Koilakuntla and sanjamula mandals.

 

 

MARKETING ACTION PLAN 2005-2006

APRPRP(IKP),KURNOOL.

No of Mandals

No of V.Os

Infrastructure

(Lakhs)

Working capital

(Lakhs)

Turnover

(Crores)

Quantity

(quintals)

Benefit

(Lakhs)

Members

8

48

456000

72

2.88

19200

576000

1500

3

18

216000

27

108

7200

360000

1080

3

18

216000

27

108

7200

360000

1600

14

84

888000

126

218.88

33600

1296000

4180

Note on Financial related aspects for the forthcoming World Bank

Supervision Mission

  1. Financial System :-
    1. The financial system would cover all project related transactions i.e all source of funds( funds received from SERP, Interest received on Bank deposits and misc. receipts would be accounted for and reflected in the Project financial statements; and similarly all project expenditures would be reflected in the Project financial statements.
    2. Cash system of accounting is followed in DPMU as Receipts from SERP will be accounted on the basis of actual cash receipts and all payments will be on the basis of works executed/activities undertaken on actual cash basis.
    3. Books of account for the project is being maintained using double- entry book keeping principles. Each transaction is being carried out not only transparently but also recorded in the respective books and vouchers/ receipts as stipulated.
    4. All the transactions recorded in the respective books of account is reflected in the Monthly statements sent to SERP for consolidation at SPMU level.                                                                                                                                        

  

  1. Community Investment Fund
    1. Release of funds for sub-projects is in instalments of advances depending upon the cost of each phase of the work. The first instalment is being released after approval of the sub-project i.e after1) Proposals received from Implementing Agencies.2) receipt of appraisal report.3)MOU entered into between Implementing Agency and DPMU.4)Administration sanction received from The collector or Project Director as the case may be. The subsequent instalments will be paid on the attainment of the 1st Milestone i.e after receipt of Utilization Certificate.
    2. No CIF amount was released during the Financial year 2002-03(Project Inception period). Payments to the tune of Rs.9.17 crores had  been released during the financial year 2003-04 under this component in various activities as follows; 1) Income Generating Activities Rs.8.16 crores.2) Social Welfare activities Rs.1.00 crores. 3) Overhead Cost Rs.0.01 crores. Payments to the extent of Rs.7.82 crores had been released during the financial year 2004-05 for various categories as follows ; 1) Income Generating Activities Rs. 5.78 crores 2) Social welfare activities Rs.0.42 crores. 3) Overhead cost Rs. 0.087 Crores.4)Disability Rs.1.26 crores.5) Land Purchase Rs.0.27 crores.
  2. Beneficiaries Contribution
    1. Beneficiaries are required to contribute to the sub projects at rates       determined during sub project preparation and appraisal. This will also be documented and signed by the SPIAs by way of sub Project Agreement. The contributions may be in the form of cash, labour or material.
    2. Beneficiary contribution is to be accounted for in the books of account of DPMU even though it will not flow into the DPMU bank accounts. It is to be accounted on the basis of evidence (in the form of Photo copy of pay in slip, bank pass book) by passing a journal entry debiting CIF A/C and crediting Members contribution A/C. 
    3. Beneficiary contributions to the extent of Rs.8,16,34,81 has been accounted in manual records due to defect in Computerised Financial management system. We have not yet received Photo copy of bank pay in slip along with UCs to account for Beneficiary Contribution for the Financial year 2004-05 as most of the sub projects are not grounded

 

4. Bank linkages for CIF 

a.       Bank Linkages for the CIF amount released for the Financial year 2003-04      

was not done. As for as the financial year 2004-05 is concerned, bank linkage to the tune of Rs.3 crores has been done. There is no bank linkage for Social and disability sub-projects.

 

5.Audit  

a.      Audit has been carried out on Quarterly basis. M.V.Narayana Reddy & Co., a firm of Chartered Accountants appointed by SPMU has carried out Audit for the Financial Year 2003-04 & 2004-05. The defects pointed out by Auditors have been rectified as and when the DPMU received  Audit Report by submitting Action Report to SPMU. The Auditors also went through ATRs subsequently by verifying the records.

       

6.Utilisation Certificates

 Utilisation certificates to the extent of Rs.8.16 crores for the financial Year 2003-04 had been received along with photocopy of Bank pass book relating to Community contribution. Utilisation certificates for the financial year 2004-05 are yet to be received as the substantial portion of sub-projects had been released at the end of the financial year and due to that  those sub-projects are not yet grounded.

   

7.Advances Outstanding

a.      An amount of Rs.20,98,640/- is the advances due from employees,MMS,    

NGOs and other line departments as on 31.03.2005. Further, an amount of Rs.1,61,500 has been squared off during the current financial year. Therefore an amount of Rs.19,37,140 is due from various parties as on date. Out of these advances due, 40% portion constitutes advances due from MMS towards maintenance of MVTC and trainings purposes and 30% constitutes advances due from Line Departments.