KARIMNAGAR

 

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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

 


 

 

Wrold Bank Mission May 2005

District Notes from Karimnagar

 

1. HR:

 

1.1 Status Note on Staff Pattern in DPMU, IKP, Karimnagar:

 

Sl. No.

Employees particulars

Sanctioned

Working

Action Proposed for Vacancies

I.

1. No.of DPMs

16

10

06

2. No.of APMs

21

15

06

3. No.of L.As

14

09

05

4. No.MYCs

06

06

-

5. No.of HNDCCs

05

05

-

6. No.of MBKs

129

125

04

7. No.of disability of CDWs

09

-

09

8. No.of Botanits

10

07

03

9. No.of CCs

129

125

04

II

1. MVTC Members (MTCs/MRPs/VRPs/CRPs)

172 (43 MTCs+129CRPs)

172

-

2. No.of Cas

761

761

-

3. No.of CFs

39

32

07

III

Office Staff

 

 

08

 

All deputed from Govt. Dept.

 

III

No. of Employees on deputation (with designation)

 

 

 

a) Officers

i) Asst. Director of Sericulture 1 (working as DPM (LH)

ii) Asst. Director of AH (working as DPM Sub-Projects)

iii) Out of (7) Dy.Tahsildars, (3) are working as DPMs/Admn/Land/HND.

iv) Supdt., from APSCRIC., working as DPM (Accts.)

 

 

 

b) Sub-staff

i) Sr.Assistants 7 No.s (5 from Rev.Dept., 2 from P.R.Dept.)

ii) Jr.Assistants -1 Rev.Dept.

iii) Attenders 3 (1 from Rev.Dept. , 2 from APSCRIC).

iv) Driver 1 from APSCRIC.

 

 

IV

Monthly average salary of all the employees.

Rs.22,20,900/-

 

 

1.2 Training / Exposure visit / work shops at DPMU

 

      On 12-01-05 all DPMs / APOs and Project Director, IKP, Karimnagar have gone to Warangal for exposure visit to see the functioning of SHGs ,VOs, & Mandal Samakhyas.

      On 25-03-2005 all DPMs have attended training on Disabled component at TTDC, Karimnagar.

      On 28th & 29th Jan-05 all DPMs have attended health training on Tuberculosis at TTDC, Karimnagar.

      On 28-4-04 DPMU conducted a workshop on District strategy for sustainable SHG moment at TTDC, Karimnagar.

      On 20-1-05 GO - NGO workshop was conducted by the DPMU at TTDC, Karimnagar.

 

1.3 Percentage of Govt. Staff to Other Staff:

 

Sl. No

Designation

% of Govt. Staff

% of Other Staff

1

DPMs

60%

40%

2

Office Staff

100%

 

 

2. PIP

Status, utilization of PIP data for social mobilization and Government schemes

 

PIP survey was completed in all 57 Mandals in the district and poverty document is also submitted to SERP and village wise Poverty Document photocopies were sent to concerned Grama- Panchayats for their information and utilization in day-to-day activities.

 

We are utilizing PIP data for Mobilization of POP/Poor families for formation of new groups and release of CIFS to POP/Poor families (who are identified as POP/Poor families in the PIP survey by preparing the Micro Credit Plan at the SHG level.  In SGSY scheme also the data is being used for selection of swarojgaris and formation of new groups in non project mandals.

 

In NOAP, NFBS Schemes also the data is being used for selection of beneficiaries. Line departments are also using the data for implementation of their schemes.  The present PIP data is also being used for child labour eradication and disability welfare schemes.  The data is being used for identifying socially economically vulnerable families and focus on their upliftment.

 

3. Institutional Building

 

3.1 Identification of POP:

 

            Through the PIP survey 355588 families are identified as POP & Poor families in the district. During the last 3 years of the project period 9608 new groups were formed with the POP/Poor families.

S.No

Item

APRPRP Mandals

DRDA Mandals

Total

1

No.of Mandals

43

14

57

2

Total House Holds

514187

183929

698116

3

Total Pop/Poor House Holds

282970

72618

355588

4

Before Launching of the programme SHGs (as on June 2002)

13549

4785

18334

5

No.of Pop / Poor  families in the group as on June 2002

135490

40672

176162

6

No. of New groups formed during 1-7-02 to 31-4-05

9608

978

10586

7

No. of Pop /Poor Mobilized

106185

8548

114733

8

Balance of Pop / Poor families as on 1-4-2005

41025

23398

64423

 

            The leftover Pop & Poor will be organized in to groups by end of June 2005. To achieve this target, all the CRPs & CAs were formed in to teams and Sent to villages to organize the leftover poor in to SHG fold.

 

3.2 Strengthening of Old SHGs:

 

            13549 old groups strengthened in the district through the continuous facilitation support given by CAs/MRPs/CCs to SHGs and conducted twice member level training to SHGs by the Community Coordinators and project staff, 3,000 defunct groups were revived. Groups have now developed a new vision for taking up their own economic & Social activities.

 

3.3 New groups formation:

 

            DPMU has taken a drive for formation of new SHGs with left over poor from March 2004 onwards. During 2004-05, 5323 new groups were formed in the district.

 

3.4 Formation of Social Capital:

            23157 Groups exist in the Project Mandals and 1065 Village organizations. 43 Mandal Samakyas and Zilla Samakya were formed. 

 

3.5 Vision Building:

            DPMU is continuously evaluating the performance of the SHGs and federations of SHGs i.e., Village Organizations, and developed their vision and business plans and specific efforts are being undertaken to achieve Institutional, Livelihood and Financial sustainability.  Now the SHGs, VOs and MSs are developed their own vision and planning implementation according to their vision.  DPMU prepared key functions of Mandal Samakyas of their business plans, resource mobilization and financing arrangements DPMU is extending continuous facilitation support to Village Organizations and Mandal Samakyas for institutions growth.  DPMU visioned MS at formation stage itself and discussed on roles and responsibility of Mandal Samakya.  DPMU gave top priority to impart orientation and training to MS and ZS.

 

            DPMU developed a vision to Zilla Samakya. Zilla Samakya monitors life and health insurance schemes, livelihood support services, Micro Credit Bank Linkages and other services.   

 

3.6 C.R.Ps:

 

            It has effectively used the community resource persons trained at SMELC and other locations 129 CRPs were identified in 43 Mandals at 3 CRPs per each Mandal and given 5 days intensive training on poverty, SHG, VO and MS concepts. 45 external CRPs (SAPAP) are also engaged in the field along with 129 internal CRPs and all 129 CRPs were sent to SAPAP Mandals for exposure visits and training in the month of February and March 2005. 

 

Now all CRPs are working for formation of new SHGs and preparing Micro Credit Plans at the SHG level and involved in strengthening of Village Organizations and CBOs.

 

3.7 Formation and registration of Village Organizations and Mandal Samakyas:

 

            1065 Village organizations are formed, 43 Mandal Samakyas are also formed in 43 Mandals.

 

            1065 village organizations are registered under MACs Act 1995.  Total process of registration of all V.Os is completed. Registration of Mandal Samakyas under MACs Act is going to be taken up in the month of June 2005.

 

4. TRAINING IMPARTED TO CCs, APMs, Las, BOTANIST, MBKs,MTCs AND CRPs

Sl.No

Stake Holder

No. of Participants

Date

Concept

Venue

Resource Person

1

NTFP Botanists

10

8th Jan to 12th Jan 04

SHG, VO 7 LEAP Modules

TTDC, KNR

DRP's

2

Botanists & LA's

14

Jan 29th

Exposure Visit on Sericulture Tassar & GCC

Mahadevpoor

Concerned Department

3

MRP's

35

Feb 4th to 8th

HIV / AIDS Training

TTDC, KNR

NGO & Velugu DRP's

4

CC's

129

Feb 9th to March 1st

SHG, Concepts

Annaram MVTC

APMAS

5

MTC's

39

Feb 20th to 22nd

V.O. Concepts

Annaram MVTC

DRP's

6

APM's, CC's, LA's & Botanists

45

Feb 20th

Workshop on Marketing

TTDC, Karimnagar

KP RAO

7

L.A's & Botanists

15

Feb 22nd to 24th

Exposure Visit on Lac Procurement, Neem Seeds & MS, VO Concept

Indravelli, Narnoor in Adilabad Dist.

NTFP, DPM

8

CC's

129

25th April to 30th April

SHG, VO Refreshments, Health & Social issues

TTDC, Karimnagar

Project Director / DPMs

9

Line Departments, Bankers and MS OB and Velugu Staff

80

28th April

Workshop on Sustainable SHG Movement.

TTDC, Karimnagar

SPM (IB & Micro Credit)

Dist Collector & Project Director's

10

MBK s MTCs

60

5th May to 7th May

SHG, VO&MS Concept

TTDC, Karimnagar

DRPs

11

APMs, DRPs, CCs, MBKs & MTCs

35

11th May to 15th May

TOT on VO Concepts

TTDC, Karimnagar

APMAS

12

APMs, DRPs, CCs, MBKs & MTCs

35

20th May

Exposure Visit on VO & MS Concept

Chennoor, Adilabad (Dist)

MS & VO Presidents

13

Velugu Staff & Other Departments

171

2nd June

Workshop on Bonded Labour

Ujawala Park at Karimnagar

J.C & Project Director

14

APMS & C.Cs

138

17th June to 20th June

On SAP Madule

TTDC, Karimnagar

COE, Hyderabad

15

APMS, CCs & Botanists

70

20th to 22nd June

On LEAP Modules

TTDC, Karimnagar

Bhargava

16

APO's, DPMs & APM's

22

5th & 6th Aug

Velugu Components, Poverty,SHG & VO Concepts

TTDC, Karimnagar

APMAS / DPMS

17

APMs & CCs

138

24th  to 27th Aug & 22nd to 4th Sep

Cost Benefit Analysis

TTDC, Karimnagar

PK Shastri

18

APM's, CC's & Botanists

42

20th July

Workshop on Marketing

TTDC, Karimnagar

KP RAO

19

MBKs

129

15th to 18th Oct

SHG,VO, MS & Velugu Concepts

TTDC, Karimnagar

APMAS / DPMS

20

CRPs

120

17th Nov to 19th Nov

Velugu Components, Poverty,SHG & VO Concepts

TTDC, Karimnagar

DPMS

21

MTC's & MSA's

78

13th and 14th Nov

Velugu Components, Poverty,SHG & VO Concepts

TTDC, Karimnagar

DPMS

22

MBKs

129

16th to 20th of Nov

On SAP Modules

TTDC, Karimnagar

COE, Hyderabad

23

DPMs

68

26th and 27th of Nov

Workshop on GO & NGO's Colebaration

TTDC, Karimnagar

Dist Collector & Project Director's

24

MSA's

45

6th Dec to 11th Dec

On Computers(Ms-Office 2000)

TTDC, Karimnagar

Naveen LA(e-seva)

25

DPM's, APM's, CC's & Botanists

143

17th Jan to 19th Jan -05

Exposure Visit to Warangal on MCP

Warangal

DPM IB & CB

26

CRPs

125

6th &7th of Feb -05

Model VO Concepts

TTDC

DPM IB & CB

27

CRPs

51

5th to 10th March -05

Exposure Visit to Kurnool on VO-MS Concepts

Kurnool (Orvakal)

DPM IB & CB

28

MBK's

67

15th to 18th March -05

SAP

TTDC

COE, Hyderabad

29

CRPs

98

25th to 31st March -05

Exposure Visit to Ananthapoor, Karnool and Mahabobnagar on VO-MS Concepts

Karnool,Ananthapoor & Mahabobnagar

DPM IB & CB

30

Community Facilitaters

42

 

Velugu Components, Poverty,SHG & VO Concepts

TTDC

DRP's

31

CC's

74

19th to 22nd of April 05

On Gender Concepts

TTDC

WASSAN NGO

 

 

4.1 TRAININGS GIVEN TO CBOs

Sl.No

Stake Holder

No. of Participants

Date

Content

Venue

Resource Person

1

SHG member level Training

291840

May--04

IKP Concept and Maintainance of SHG

Village wise

CCs

2

SHG member level Training

291840

14-9-2003 (90 Days)

Meeting, Norms, SHG Dynamics etc.,

Village wise

45 CRPs

3

VO s (Office Barers)

1908

May--04

VO & MS (Concept of Federation,Types of Federation,Structure, Services, Norms, Meetings,Management of Social Problems)

MVTC wise

CCs, APMs & DRPs

4

VO (EC)

38912

June--2004

Roles & Responsibilities

MVTC wise

CCs , MTCs & APMs

5

MS Office Bearers

126

8th to 10th Sep--04

Formation of SHGs with left over Pop & Poor , Strenthing and Montering SHGs and Vos

TTDC, KNR

DPMs & APMAS

6

VO Office Bearers

1260

Nov--04

Financial Services & Management

MVTC wise

CCs & APMs

7

MS Office Bearers

111

4th Jan to 6th Jan-05

MS Structure & ZS Introduction

TTDC, KNR

DPMs

8

MS Office Bearers

107

10th & 11th Jan-05

CIF Principles, process, Stages, Role of MS & VO

TTDC, KNR

PD & DPMs

9

MS EC members

62

2nd & 3rd April-05

MS Responsibilities, ZS Concept, Formation of ZS & Role of Committees

TTDC, KNR

SPM, PD & DPMs

 

 

4.2 Capacity buildings, workshops, Exposure Visits

 

 

            District has evolved district level, Mandal level, annual and monthly training calendars and session plans DPMU planned trainings and exposure visits separately for community based organizations and project functionaries.  At village level, MVTC level and DPMU level trainings we are taking support from APMAS and SMELC (Kurnool).

 

            For Capacity building of APMs, CC and MBKs DPMU has planned differently and taken support from other organizations like APMAS, COE (Hyderabad) and other organizations.


 

5. Details of MVTCs / TTDC:

Sl. No.

Name of the Mandal

MVTC

MMS Govt/ Pvt

Power

TV

VCP/VCD/DVD

KUC- Band

Computer

Computer

Table

Internet

Chairs

Fans

Tubes

Off. Tables

Carpets

Buckets Small / Big

Mug's

White Board

Black Board

Dusters

Dustless Chock pieces

Trg Charts

Trg Modules

Trg Commence

No. of MBKs

Trg. Calander

Remarks

1

2

3

4

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

1

Yellareddypet

Pvt

1000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

2

Mustabad

Pvt

1000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

3

Illanthakunta

Pvt

1000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

4

Bejjanki

Pvt

1000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

5

Gambiraopet

Pvt

1000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

6

Husnabad

Govt

..

1

 

 

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

50

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

7

Koheda

Pvt

1400

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

4

1

 

8

Chigurumamidi

Pvt

1200

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

9

Thimmapur

Pvt

1500

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

10

Saidapur

Pvt

1000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

11

Elkathurthy

Govt

 

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

1

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

12

Bhimadevaraaplli

Govt

..

1

 

 

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

13

Kamalapur

Pvt

1500

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

14

Jammikunta

Pvt

1450

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

15

Manakodur

Pvt

2000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

6

6

2

116

8

4

3

 

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

16

Shankarapatnam

Govt

..

1

1

1

 

1

1

1

10

2

2

1

10

6

6

1

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

4

1

 

17

Veenavanka

Govt

..

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

50

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

18

Ramadugu

Pvt

1000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

12

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

4

1

 

19

Choppadandi

Govt

..

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

10

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

20

Pegadapally

Pvt

1200

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

12

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

2

1

 

21

Mallial

Pvt

1500

1

 

 

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

22

Gangadhara

Govt

..

1

 

 

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

23

Kodimial

Pvt

1500

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

12

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

24

Siricilla

Pvt

1000

1

 

 

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

25

Konaraopet

Pvt

750

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

26

Boinpally

Pvt

2000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

100

4

4

1

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

27

Vemulawada

Govt

2000

1

 

 

 

1

1

1

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

4

1

 

28

Kathlapur

Pvt

1000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

29

Chandurthi

Govt

..

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

50

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

30

Mutharam(MNT)

Pvt

1200

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

2

1

 

31

Kataram

Pvt

1300

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

32

Maha Mutharam

Pvt

..

1

 

 

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

 

 

33

Malharao

Govt

..

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

34

Mahadevpur

Govt

1500

1

 

 

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

35

Sri Rampur

Pvt

1500

1

1

1

 

1

1

1

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

36

Odela

Pvt

1500

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

37

Dharmaram

Pvt

1600

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

38

Peddpally

Govt

..

1

 

 

 

1

1

1

10

2

2

1

52

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

39

Madipally

Pvt

1200

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

40

Raikal

Pvt

1000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

41

Metpally

Pvt

2000

1

 

 

 

1

1

1

10

1

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

4

1

 

42

Ibrahipatnam

Pvt

1500

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

3

1

 

43

Mallapur

Pvt

1000

1

1

1

 

1

1

 

10

2

2

1

2

4

4

 

1

2

1

1

1

Mar-04

4

1

 

 

Total

 

 

43

33

33

0

43

43

5

430

89

90

44

538

178

174

6

42

86

43

43

43

 

133

42

0

 

 

 

TRAINING & CAPACITY BUILDING CALENDER - 2005-06

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sl.No

Title of Programme

Trainees Category

No.of Trainees

Duration

Venue

April

May

June

July

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

March

1

Financial Management, SHG Vision, VO Concept, MS Concept, Structure, Services

Community Activists

860

 2 Days

MVTC level

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

2

Book Keeping, Self Moninoring & Evaluation

VBKs & BKs

1497

1 Days

MVTC level

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

3

Services of SHG, Meeting Process, Participation, Co-operation,leadership ,Problem solving, Book keeping, VO concept & Structure, Micro Finance

SHG Members & Leader

210000

4 Days

Village level

 

-

-

-

*

-

*

-

*

-

*

-

-

4

VO Services, Management of Social Issues, Financial Management, CIF, Insurance Services, Women Resource Management, Monitoring,

VO EC

25600

5 Days

Village Wise

_

_

*

_

*

_

_

*

_

_

_

*

5

VO Services, Management of Social Issues, Financial Management, CIF, Insurance Services, Women Resource Management, Monitoring, Leader ship Qualities

VO OB's

5320

5 Days

MVTC wise

_

*

_

*

_

_

*

_

_

*

_

*

6

MS Structure, Services, Norms, Meeting Process, Management of Technical Services, Book keeping, Dynamics, Stages of Group Development,Sustainability, Decision Making

MS EC Members

1075

3 Days

MVTC wise

_

_

*

_

_

*

_

_

_

_

*

_

7

Characteristics of  a Good VO & MS , Types of Norms in VO & MS, Types of Meeting, Strengthing & Monitoring SHGs & Vos, CIFs, MCP, Linkages, Book Keeping, Vision

MS OB's

215

3 Days

TTDC, Knr

_

_

*

_

_

*

_

_

_

*

_

_

8

ZS Structure, Roles & Responsibilities, Marketing, Book Keeping, Monitoring & Evaluation, Vision

Zilla Samakya

57

5 Days

TTDC, Knr

_

*

_

_

*

_

_

_

*

_

_

*


 

6. Micro Finance

 

6.1 Bank Linkage:

 

            For linkage and re-payment DPMU adopted separate strategy in the district, appointed bank branch wise point persons and fixed dates for meeting with bank managers. Meeting with bankers is fixed on 10th of every month in the all SBH branches and 15th of every month in all SSGB branches from 3.00 to 5.00 PM in branch premises for sorting out the problems of bank linkage, opening of new groups accounts and for discussing the loan repayment etc., in which all CCs / MBKs CAs, CFs and V.O representatives of respective Mandals attend the meeting.  In the last financial year 2004-2005 15,024 groups were linked with an amount of Rs. 45.43 cores. The target fixed for the current financial year 2005-2006 is 17,000 groups with linkage amount of Rs. 55.00 cores. 

 

6.2 Standard Accounting Package:

As a part of MF strategy DPMU divided 43 Mandals into three phases. In 1st phase 14 Mandals were selected @ one Mandal from one APM cluster.  All other Mandals MBKs are working for one month in the selected Mandal and after completion of all SHGs books of accounts of one Mandal they move to other Mandal. We have already completed 29 Mandals SHG books of accounts and started 3rd phase Mandals books of accounts, which will be completed by 2nd week of May-05. In respect of NGO formed Groups, the existing book keeping system is followed.

 

6.3 Audit:

 

            We are planning to start audit of V.Os and MS books of accounts in the month of June 2005 for submission of Audit report to Dist. Co-operative office also.

 

            DPMU also collecting Village Organization transaction sheets every month to observe financial transactions status of VOs for effective monitoring and technical support.

 

            In Village Organizations and Mandal Samakyas functional committees have been formed for various functions apart from monitoring the loan Recoveries.

 

6.4 Role of MBKs:

            In the Month of Oct- 2004, 123 Master Book Keepers were selected by Mandal Samakhyas as per the SERP guidelines @ 3 MBKs per Mandal. All of them are commerce graduates and post graduates. After selection of MBKs 3 days intensive training programme was given on SHG & IKP concept at TTDC, Karimnagar.

 

            129 MBKs are divided into 4 batches and given 4 days training on SAP books by the COE Resource team sent by NABARD.

 

            129 MBKs are trained on VO book-keeping given by the COE, Hyderabad for 4 days. DPMU has given technical support & solved field problems in the book-keeping aspect to the MBKs.

 

            DPMU upgraded Master Book-Keepers as Micro finance experts.

 

            MBKs are performing following functions:

1.      Facilitate recruitment and placement of Book Keepers

2.      Arrange for training of Book Keepers

3.      Organize and ensure supply of S.A.P books to all SHGs

4.      Assist Village Organization in Supervision of Book Keepers

5.      Conduct Periodic audit on SHGs and Village Organization (VOs)

6.      Writing books of accounts for Mandal Samakhyas (MS)

7.      Arrange for self rating of SHGs and VOs

8.      Aid in Statutory audit of VOs and MSs registered under MACs Act. 1995

9.      Supporting financial supervision by MSs

10. Facilitate credit linkages and assist in reporting its progress

11. Attend all meetings of Village Organizations / Mandal

     Samakhyas.

 

7. CIF, Livelihood Interventions & Value Chains:

 

7.1 CIF Process

 

Each mandal is divided into 3 clusters. Each community coordinator has identified and adopted 2 villages for the year 2004-05, as model villages. Meeting with the community was conducted and SHG wise micro credit Plans were prepared which finally emerged as Income generating subprojects. The social problems of the community were discussed and analyzed and the gaps are identified and led to the emerging of Social development subprojects. The scope of marketing and different commodities produced and the quantity that could be procured were discussed in respect of NTFP/ Non NTFP produces and the marketing subprojects were prepared. The physical productive infrastructural facilities required by the pop/poop communities were discussed and PPI Subprojects were prepared. The subprojects prepared were submitted to the DPMU. These subprojects were Appraised, environmental issues were scrutinized and subprojects were sanctioned and amount has been released to MS / VOs (SPIA). The sanctioned subprojects are grounded under the supervision of the SPIA (MS /VOs) and the UCs are submitted to the DPMU after grounding of the unit. The documentation is being done and the success stories are published in the DPMU monthly magazine PRAGATHI BATA

7.2 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT FUND  - 2004-05

 

1,         Total No. of Mandals CIF released                               :           43

2.         No. of Village Organizations benefited               :           830

3.         No. of SHGs Benefited                                               :           5781   

4.         No. of Families benefited                                              :           40110

 

7.3 Particulars of CIF Sanctioned.                                     Revised Target   Achievement

 

1.         Income Generation Activity:                                          :   293.93            668.57

2.         Marketing                                                                     :   73.23              147.84

3.         Food Security                                                               :   142.53            315.63

4.         Social Development                                                      :    84.71             157.57

5.         Physical Productive infrastructure                                  :    84.71             110.63

 

7.4 LIVELIHOODS:

 

      An amount of Rs 660.63 Lakhs has been sanctioned covering 13755 families of 2751 SHGs of 473 V.Os to improve the livelihoods of POP / Poor for various income generating activities   focusing on to increase their wage days and incomes.

 

      Several skill development trainings have been organized in Co-Ordination with DRDA /District Employment Officer / CEO Stepkar, to provide livelihood opportunities especially to un employed youth in the fields of heavy Vehicle   Driving, E-Seva Centers, Photography, Nursing, Paramilitary, Tailoring / Embroidery, Security Gaurds, Beautician, Computer etc., So far 1715 candidates have been trained in the above fields and about 1500 people placement of the candidates is also completed.

 

      Tailoring training centers are Sanctioned in 29 Mandals with an outlay of  Rs. 16,94,250  benefiting  3,122 beneficiaries during this year.

 

      258 Beneficiaries were trained in leather foot wear making with outlay of Rs.9,80,488-00

      46 Disabled persons were trained in Note book binding, printing and paper cups manufacturing and after training they have established Note book binding and Printing Unit and paper cups manufacturing Unit at Manakondur and earning their Livelihoods.

      In order to provide Confidence and reduce risk amoung the pop poor Families, due to unexpected demise or in the instance of any accident, they were encouraged to join Janasree bheema yojana with Subsibised premium of Rs. 100/- per family per annum. An amount of Rs. 652200 was Colleted from 6522 Beneficiaries and entered in to master policy agreement w.e.f. 1.1.05. Due to this policy 5 PoP Families have claimed the Insurance amount of Rs.20000 each up to march 2005. Further the LIC Karimnagar has agreed to release scholarship of Rs. 100/- per month. Per Student   for two members of the family to continue their studies from 8th class to Intermediate.

 

7.5 Social Development :

 

      8183 By cycles worth of Rs. 1,28,55,403-00 were distributed to the 8183 Girl children of POP / Poor.

 

      41 Mandal samakyas and 997 VOs are supplied daily Newspapers to update their knowledge and to have better access to information.

 

      43 Mandal Samakyas / Vos have been sanctioned financial assistance of Rs.79.043  Lakhs to benefit the community towards providing drinking water to the POP /Poor by extension of pipeline, miniwater tanks, Dhobighats, sports kits, mini libraries., Animals water troughs etc.,

 

      An amount of Rs. 4.784 Lakhs is provided towards Health risk fund in (2) Mandals to 12 Vos Mandals to benefit the POP /Poor covering 1708 families.

 

 

8. Gender:

 

8.1 Equity:

 

            Awareness is generated among the SHGs / VOs / MS on Gender equity which includes.

 

Nutrition                       :           Nutritions food to Male & Female children in the family

 

Education                     :           Schooling for Girl & Boy children in the family

 

Economic                     :           Earning of income is the responsibility of both wife &

husband i.e., women & men

 

Political                        :           The women elected representatives are to be treated 

on par with men

 

Health                          :           Awareness on health issues, Ananemic issues AIDs,

HIV etc.,

 

Social                           :           Dowry family domestic violence to be curbed, child

marriages to be eliminated, child labor to be eradicated, girl children shall be treated on par with boys.

 

Mother hood                :           Awareness is created among the rural folk to

become parents only after major hood.

 

8.2 Gender Needs & Gaps:

 

            Countries have gone by where the society is one man show. Women are neglected in every aspect. Very limited fields were left for women to work in like teaching nursing and secretarial.

 

            Now that the trend has changed as awareness among women is created to get along into new fields like computers, executive, finance, industry, public sector where men only were stake holders.

 

            The IKP Staff are being made aware to deal the sensitive issues with gender perspective. Training for CCs / APMs / DRPs EO DWCRAs on Gender was completed.

 

8.3 Key areas of concerned:

 

            Creating Awareness on

1.      Gender Issues

2.      Legal Issues

3.      Economic Issues

4.      Social Issues

5.      Family Issues

6.      Education to Girl Children

7.      Nutrition, Health

8.      Employment Opportunities for literate women

9.      Equal Wages

10.  Environment Utilizing Natural Resources

 

 

8.4 Achievements:

 

      Women headed families are identified and are formed into separate groups so as to render assistance from the IKP & Line Departments.

 

      During the trainings to APMs, CCs, MRPs, VRPs, MBKs, VBKs, VO Office bearers, MS Office bearers, CAs, MTCs a session is specially taken up to focus on the issues of Gender like Social discrimination, Mental Stress, Mal Nutrition, drudgery Social issues like harassment of women for dowry, Girl child education etc.,

 

      To strengthen the SHGs at village / Mandal level a group of 5 members of VO were elected as Mandal Gender committee who will be trained as resource group to tackle & focus on the Gender related issues like family harassment, dowry harassment, girl child education, Mal Nutrition, drudgery, Mental stress, Social discrimination etc.,

 

      Legal literacy knowledge has provided the SHGs to deal various issues at the mandal / village level by the Gender Committee.

 

      Mandal Gender Committee has also been trained to bring awareness on legal issues on 04-03-2005 at Dist. Legal literacy center as a part of legal literacy week to understand the legal, judicial terms and know the civil / criminal procedures.

 

      In all the 43 IKP Mandals FAMILY COUNSILING CENTERS have been opened where the issues will be dealt at their level with the help of Social action committees.

 

8.5 ACTIVITIES TAKEN UP:

 

      Bejjenki Mandal Women of SHG were supported financially in making school Bags of superior quality.

 

      Introducing Note books on KARISHMA (Karimnagar Swashakthi Mahila Association) brand to SHG women for selling them to the school / college students in villages at low price which has boosted the confidence of SHGs strengthened the groups financially and developed the marketing skills among SHG Women.

 

      As part of the eradication of child labour in the Dist., IKP CCs have identified school dropouts and girl child labour, admitted them into the RBCs (Residential Bridge Camps) and also some of the girls have been admitted into the (4) Velugu Residential schools located at Elkathurthy, Nandimadaram, Chinna bonala and Narmala Respectively. 

 

 

      A substantial contribution has been rendered by the Velugu CCs in identification of school dropouts, and rehabilitation. The drop out percentage has been decreased and the retention rate has risen in the 2004 05.

 

      To improve the Livelihoods of the SHG members skill development / capacity building trainings have been taken up with the coordination of Line Departments. Skill development trainings includes tailoring, embroidery, computer education, pot making, designing / painting on sarees etc., 

 

 

8.6 INITIATIVES TAKEN UP:

 

      Recruitment of Community Reporters (40), Village book Keepers (736), Community activists (782), was taken up by the SHG women. All the above are women and it is an initiative taken up by the DPMU to have the women in all the project interventions at the village level.

 

      Life insurance scheme: This scheme will be managed by SHG community.

 

      The DPMU has also planned up for all-round health check up by organizing Mobile Health Camps with a team of Specialists and has organized camps among the (43) Velugu Mandals.

 

      Mainstreaming of gender in CIF Sub-Projects.

 

 

9. HEALTH & NUTRITION

 

9.1 IEC:

 

  1. HIV AIDS rallies were taken up by SHG women & Adolescent girls from Dec 1st to 12th 2004.

 

  1. RNTCP awareness & identification training to all the CRPs, VBKs, Health activists and Health Sub Committee members in 2 HN Mandals B.D.Palli & Husnabad was taken up in the Month of Jan - 2005.

 

  1. Leprosy awareness camps were organized in B.D.Palli & Husnabad in the month of Jan 2005.

 

  1. Sensitized the community in Communicable diseases precautions and preventions convergence with Line Departments, in the month of Jan-05 of all Mandals.

 

  1. A leaf let has been printed and distributed among the villagers of HN Pilot Mandals to bring awareness on precautions, Preventions to be taken in the seasonally effected diseases & books of MANA CHETHILO MANA AROGYAM have been distributed to all the SHGs in the Dist.

 

  1. Awareness is brought among adolescent girls about the importance of Health personal hygiene and intake of nutritious food for pregnant women adolescent girls and children in convergence with the ICDS & Medical & Health Dept in the month of Feb-05.

 

9.2 CIFs:

12 Sub Projects were sanctioned to 2 Pilot Mandals for health risk fund with a CIF out lay of Rs. 4.78 lakhs benefiting 1708 families to meet their expenses on health problems.

 

9.3 RECRUITMENT:

1.      2 HN CCs have been recruited for 2 HN Pilot Mandals and working since      15-03-04.

 

2.      1 Health activist for each VO in all villages of HN Mandals i.e., 39 Husnabad, 35 B.D.Palli, Total 74. Out of which (12) Health activists of model villages along with 3 CCs deputed respectively to JAMKHED for exposure visit, in the month of Sep-04, Oct-04 & Dec-04 respectively.

 

3.      Health Sub committees have been formed consisting of 5 members in each VO of 6 Model villages of each mandal and 5 members in MMS of each mandal i.e., (70) members.

 

9.4 HEALTH SURVEYS:

  1. Health PRIs Health Surveys and village action plans have been prepared.
  2. 20% of focus group discussions have taken place.
  3. These Community Co-Ordinators are attending the Health needs timely and providing the people with information about precautions to be taken up by the would-be mothers, mothers of the infants, about vaccinations and intake of nutritious food.

 

9.5 Health Aids Awareness Trainings to SHGs:

 

  1. HIV AIDS awareness trainings were given to (9000) SHGs women in 16 Mandals in the District. @ 3 MRPs per Mandal and @ 1 VRP per village were trained in turn these trained persons are giving trainings to the members of SHGs at village level as per the SERP guidelines.

 

  1. AIDS refresher trainings were given to all SHGs in HN Mandals in the month of March-2005 deploying the HN CCs, MRPs, VRPs and Health activists.

 

9.6 Convergence:

  1. Dist. Level / Mandal level convergence meetings organized in the month of Aug-04 and Feb-05 respectively.

 

  1. Schedules were fixed for NH days and implemented since Feb-05 in pilot mandals.

 

  1. Orientation to HAs / AWWs / ANMs / Health Sub Committees on their roles and responsibilities to organize fixed NH days in Feb-05.

 

  1. Fixation & operationalization of fixed NHDs is being implemented in 6 model villages of each HN Mandals.

 

  1. AWWs / ANMs are participating regularly in the Village Organization meetings from Feb-05 in model villages of 2 Mandals.

 

9.7 Action plan for coming (3) months:

Capacity Building:

  1. Orientation to existing mother committees / Groups of model villages in the last week of May 2005.
  2. Supply of medical kits to health activists
  3. Regular monthly trainings to HAs at MVTCs.
  4. Fortnightly trainings to HAs of Model Villages at MVTCs
  5. Trainings to Health Sub Committees of VOs & MMs once in three months

 

Convergence:

  1. Operationalisation of fixed NH days participation of AWW / ANM H. Assts. In VO meeting in all villages.
  2. Participation of MO PHCs / CDPOs / Supervisors my meetings.

 

CIF:

  1. HRF in other villages
  2. Recruitment of case manager

 

Social Sub Projects:

  1. Day care and learning centers opening at Kashepalli model village of Bheemdevarapalli Mandal.

 

  1. Safe drinking water in (20) GPs of B.D.Palli and (6) Villages in Husnabad Mandals.

 

  1. Kitchen Gardens / Herbal Gardens.

 

  1. Supplementary foods for pregnant and lactating women.

Communication for Behavior change (IEC Methods):

  1. Kalajathas in Convergence with CARE NGO

 

  1. Campaigns: 1. Gynic Camp at B.D.Palli / Husnabad

       2. Eye Camps in convergence with lions club Rekurthy.

       3. Songs.

10 Disability:

10.1 Institutional Building

      Identified 3 Mandals in District as Pilot Mandals

  1. Manakondoor 2. Thimmapoor 3. Jammikunta

Sl. No.

Name of the Mandal

No. of Disabled Persons Identified

No. of Groups Formed

Persons in Groups

Persons out of Groups

1

Manakondoor

817

66

500

317

2

Thimmapoor

546

32

362

180

3

Jammikunta

810

54

540

270

Total

2173

152

1402

767

 

      Mandala Vikalangula Samakhya formed in 2 mandals out of 3 Pilot Mandals, and another one in other than Pilot Mandal.

10.2 Capacity Building:

      Trainings have been imparted to all disable persons in 3 pilot mandals to create awareness on savings, livelihoods and IGA.

      All the CA, VBKs in the Pilot Mandals have been given training on functioning of VOs and MVS (Mandala Vikalangula Sangams).

      CDWs identified in 3 pilot mandals and trained to form groups.

      Review meetings of HND CCs and CDW are being held by DPM concerned on every fortnight.

      3 NGOs working in pilot Mandals are also extending their help in these programmes.

      A NGO is running a school for mentally retarded children in Jammikunta.

      A NGO is running a RBC for disabled children at Manakondoor & Kataram.

      Exposure visit for CCs and CDWs is planned in the month of April and May 2005.

10.3 Livelihoods & sub projects:

      One Printing and Binding unit established at Manakondoor covering 28 Disabled people.

      One Eco Friendly and bio degradable paper cup manufacturing unit established at Mankondoor with 15 disabled persons.

      One Coffee machine is given to a disable group in Manakondoor.

      Revloving fund is given to 59 Disable Groups in 3 Pilot Mandals.

      Identification of Disable persons for IGA Activities is been completed in 3 pilot mandals.

      One Power Generator at cost of 53.355 lakhs has given to mentally retarded school in Jammikunta.

 

10.4 ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT:

      One of the biggest achievement is a 5 day Mega Camp at Ramagundam organized with the assistance of Bhagavan Mahaveer Vikalang Sahayatha Samithi, Hyderabad / Dist. Disabled Rehabilitation Centre, Karimnagar / Lions Club / NTPC / BLN Charitable Trust / Singareni ,Godavarikhani in which people 2122 persons have been mobilized from Karimnagar Dist. & even 3 Mandals of Adilabad Dist., 591 Prosthesis and Orthesis cum-mobility Aids Were distributed, and identified 193 surgical corrections cases. The Surgical corrections are being taken up with the help of BLN Charitable trust. As on date 100 surgical corrections operations completed.

      In Coordination with DDRC, Karimnagar 17 MPHS Camps were conducted and completed successfully and AIDS and Appliances were distributed to the needy persons.

      150 Cranio Facial Surgeries have been completed with the help of Unicare Hospitals, Hyderabad.

 

 

10.5 Convergence activities collaboration with other institutions:

10.5.1 Activities in Co-ordination with DPEP:

 

      Under Sunayana Programme conducted for 2.60 lakhs School going children and identified 5432 cases which require ophthalmic interventions with eye specialist. In this regard, 58 camps have been organized, 642 persons have been provided opticals and 417 cases referred for surgery and remaining students have been given treatment by providing medicines.

 

10.5.2 Under Cheyutha Programme:

 

      Under the cheyutha programme 10 Multipurpose health camps for all the Students from 1st to 10th class was organized w.e.f., 11-03-05 to 04-04-05. and identified the disabled students who are in need of AIDS & Appliances.

 

10.5.3 Training programmes organized along WITH DDRC:

 

1.      8 Trainings organized at old taluqa Head quarters to IKP DRDA field staff covering all mandals.

2.      5 training programmes for school children

3.      2 training programmes for teachers

4.      6 training programmes for parents

5.      5 training programmes for Anganwadi workers

6.      1 training programme for NTPC Staff

 

11 FINANCE:

 

11.1 Financial System:

 

As per the World Banks Norms the accounts are being maintained in Manual system as well as Computerized Financial Management System package.  The CFMS is generating month wise/year wise correctly. 

 

11.2 Beneficiary Contribution, Bank Linkages for CIF:

 

The details of Beneficiary contribution and bank linkages for CIF are as follows:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.3 Audit: The audit details are as follows:

 

Sl. No

Financial Year

Audit Paras

Arts

1

2002-03

Annual Audit Received

ATR was submitted

2

2003 - 04

Two half yearly audit paras received

ART have been submitted for the both reports

3

2004-05

1st & 2nd Quarter Audit paras received

These paras have been communicated to all DPMs concerned. Soon after receipt of the replies are being consolidated.
Quarters wise ATRs will be submitted

4

2004-05

3rd quarter audit is completed & audit paras are awaited from auditors.

 

 

11.4 Utilization Certificates:

 

CIF UC STATUS

S. No

Year

Social Development

Income Generation

Disabled(IGA)

PPI

 

 

No of SPs

Amount

No of SPs

Amount

No of SPs

Amount

No of SPs

Amount

1

2002-03

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2003-04

28

91.2

15

3.76

0

0

0

0

3

2004-05

361

157.57

772

1124.1

2

6.47

84

109.93

4

Total

389

248.77

787

1127.86

2

6.47

84

109.93

5

Ucs Received

43

128.55

101

109.04

2

6.47

0

0

6

Balance UCs to be

346

120.22

686

1018.82

0

0

84

109.93

 

11.5 Community Contribution

 

The details of community contribution for implementation of Social Development and PPI Sub Projects are given below:

 

No of Mandals                         Activity Community Contribution           CIF

 

            43                                Social Devt       23.63 lakhs                              157.57

 

            43                                PPI                  19.52 lakhs                              109.93

 

 


 

11.6 Outstanding Advances                  :            

 

ANDHRA PRADESH RURAL POVERTY REDUCTION PROJECT (IKP) KARIMNAGAR

Details of Advances received & Out Standing as on 31.03-2005

Sl. No

Description

OB

Receipts

Payments

Balance

Up to end of last month

During the month

Total

Upto end of last month

During the  month

Total

1

EMD

110000.00

177250.00

0.00

177250.00

77250.00

0.00

77250.00

210000.00

2

Advance from DRDA

114200.00

0.00

427873.00

427873.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

542073.00

3

Advance from DRDA (Velugu Funds)

121861.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

121861.00

0.00

121861.00

0.00

4

Sales Tax

4801.00

12963.00

0.00

12963.00

17764.00

0.00

17764.00

0.00

5

Adv. Received from Staff

0.00

5760.00

0.00

5760.00

5760.00

0.00

5760.00

0.00

6

 emp amts reced from other Depts

0.00

22368.00

 

22368.00

22368.00

 

22368.00

0.00

7

Cost of Mirchi Powder

0.00

3425.00

0.00

3425.00

3425.00

0.00

3425.00

0.00

8

UDP

0.00

446577.00

13285.00

459862.00

480104.00

12910.00

493014.00

-33152.00

9

IT

0.00

10176.00

0.00

10176.00

10176.00

 

10176.00

0.00

10

Adv recd from Govt Dept

0.00

1000.00

0.00

1000.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1000.00

11

HIV / AIDS

0.00

740.00

0.00

740.00

740.00

0.00

740.00

0.00

12

EPF

0.00

360.00

0.00

360.00

0.00

360.00

360.00

0.00

13

VO Amount

 

 

155854.00

155854.00

 

155854.00

155854.00

0.00

Total

350862.00

680619.00

597012.00

1277631.00

739448.00

169124.00

908572.00

719921.00

DETAILS OF FUNDS & MISC. RECEIPTS (REVENUE)

1

Funds from SERP

0.00

75000000.00

50000000.00

125000000.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

125000000.00

2

Revenue:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A

Cost of Tender schedules Sold

0.00

5000.00

0.00

5000.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

5000.00

B

Bank Interest

0.00

420203.81

107227.00

527430.81

0.00

0.00

0.00

527430.81

 

Total

 

75425203.81

50107227.00

125532430.81

0.00

0.00

0.00

125532430.81

 

 

ANDHRA PRADESH RURAL POVERTY REDUCTION PROJECT (IKP) KARIMNAGAR

Details of Advances Paid and Outstanding as on 31-03-2005

Sl. No.

Description

OB

Payments

Receipts

Balance

Up to end of last month

During the Month

Total

Up to end of last month

During the Month

Total

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

1

Tour Advance

77127.00

10259.00

0.00

10259.00

79303.00

0.00

79303.00

8083.00

2

Imprest / Temporary Advance

891598.90

1139991.00

109850.00

1249841.00

1705599.05

9003.00

1714602.05

426837.85

3

Advance to Govt. Officers

5591435.00

255385.00

5250000.00