WEST GODAVARI

 

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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

 

 


 

 

World Bank Mission May 2005

West Godavari District Notes

 

HUMAN RESOURCES

Recruitment

            CCs                 -           50

            APMs              -           7

            LAs                  -           9

            Botanists          -           8

            HND CCs        -           5

MTCs              -           18

DRP (IB)         -           5

DRP (MF)       -           4

MBKs              -           50

CAs                 -           702

VLAs               -           350

CDWs             -           9

Staff position

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Name of the post

Sanctioned

Positioned

Action proposed for vacancies

1.      

Project Director

1

1

Vacancies to be filled up by SERP

2.      

Addl.Project Director

1

-

3.      

Asst.Project Director

1

-

4.      

Asst.Project Director (Land)

1

1

5.      

DPM (Admin)

1

1

6.      

DPM (Accounts)

1

1

7.      

DPM (Finance)

1

-*

8.      

DPM (SP)

1

1

9.      

DPM (M&E)

1

-

10.  

DPM (IB&MF)

1

1

11.  

DPM (LH & ME)

1

1

12.  

DPM (Gender)

1

1

13.  

DPM (Communications)

1

1

14.  

DPM (HND)

1

1

15.  

DLS (NTFP)

1

1

16.  

DLS (Livestock)

1

-

17.  

DLS (Agri.- Horti.)

1

1

18.  

DLS (Key Commodity 1)

1

-

19.  

DLS (Key Commodity 2)

1

-

Supporting staff

 

 

1.      

Computer Assistant

1

1

2.      

Accounts Assistant

1

1

3.      

Admin. Assistant

1

1

4.      

M & E Assistant

1

1

5.      

CIF Sub Project

1

1

6.      

Project Assistant

1

1

7.      

Office Assistant

2

2

8.      

Driver

1

1

9.      

Watchman

1

1

 

Training/exposure visits/Workshops at DPMU

      Trainings at DPMU - detailed under capacity building sector.

      Exposure visits organised

o       SMELC. Orvakal.

o       Visit to DPIP districts (Vizianagaram, Srikakulam & Mahaboobnagar)

o       Visit to .Warangal & Adilabad to study diary sector.

o       Visit to Guntur to study RCL.

o       Visit to Vijayanagaram to study SRM.

o       Visit to MV Foundation, Nalgonda Dist. to study child labour sector.

      Workshops organised

o       Workshop with NGOs for Project implementation.

o       Workshop with Bankers for Project awareness.

o       Workshop with APMAS for Training calendar preparation.

o       Workshop with Rural artisans for Livelihoods enhancement.

o       Workshop on Rural e-seva for LAs.

o       Workshop on Model VOs implementation with APMs & CCs.

o       Workshop with APMAS & CCs for nurturing CRPs.

o       Workshop on convergence under the Chairmanship of Dist.Collector

 

Trainings by DPMU to MMS

      Detailed under capacity building sector

 

Grievances/Challenges pertaining to HR.

A. Instructions have been solicited from the Chief Executive Officer, SERP,   Hyderabad with regard to payment of DA to DPMs for their tour performed with in the Dist.

B. Ratification proposals have been submitted to the Chief Executive Officer, SERP in engaging the series of (2) computer operators additionally for attending Telugu computerization and to assist the DPMs and instructions are awaited.

 

Percentage of Govt. Staff to other staff.

            No. of sanctioned posts            -           28

No. of Govt. staff                     -           6

% of govt. staff                         -           21.4%

 

 

PARTICIPATORY IDENTIFICATION OF POOR

PIP Status

v     Final CD submitted to SERP.

v     Data is ready for generating Dist.Poverty Document and soon after receipt of clearance from SERP, Dist.Poverty Document will be generated.

v     Social mobilization is being taken up as per PIP data only.

v     PIP data of the entire District is hosted in West Godavari Dist. website (http://10.17.3.12:8080/pip/main.php) for easy access to public as well as Government Departments.

v     All Govt. schemes are being implemented in the Dist. as per the PIP categorization.

 

INDIRA KRANTHI PATHAM MANDALS PIP DATA DETAILS

Name of the Mandal

Total No. of House Holds

POP

Poor

No.

%

No.

%

PEDAVEGI

17564

1893

10.78

4796

27.31

D.TIRUMALA

14657

1694

11.56

5746

39.20

K.KOTA

12500

1424

11.39

4508

36.06

TALLAPUDI

13371

2058

15.39

4288

32.07

GOPALAPURAM

15423

1139

7.39

4619

29.95

DEVARAPALLI

16557

860

5.19

5096

30.78

J.R.GUDEM

21679

3171

14.63

6251

28.83

JELLUGUMILLI

6781

1199

17.68

1884

27.78

KOYYALAGUDEM

14801

1001

6.76

5154

34.82

BUTTAYAGUDEM

12381

2111

17.05

7375

59.57

POLAVARAM

11108

1250

11.25

5400

48.61

NARASAPURAM

6684

737

11.03

2821

42.21

MOGALTURU

13706

1504

10.97

6202

45.25

ELAMANCHILI

6778

458

6.76

2286

33.73

BHIMAVARAM

6873

716

10.42

2493

36.27

LINGAPAIEM

13613

1146

8.42

4262

31.31

CHINTALAPUDI

20549

2445

11.90

7059

34.35

T.NARASAPURAM

16500

2013

12.20

6743

40.87

Grand Total

241525

26819

11.10

86983

36.01

 


 

NON INDIRA KRANTHI PATHAM MANDALS PIP DATA

Mandal

Total No. of House Holds

POP

Poor

 

No.

%

No.

%

DENDULURU

18250

1823

9.99

5477

30.01

 

NIDADAVOLU

19995

1999

10.00

5997

29.99

 

PENTAPADU

20857

2086

10.00

6257

30.00

 

UNDI

19142

1914

10.00

5743

30.00

 

GANAPAVARAM

19069

1906

10.00

5721

30.00

 

PERAVALI

18619

1861

10.00

5586

30.00

 

IRRAGAVARAM

19343

1934

10.00

5803

30.00

 

UNDRAJAVARAM

19922

1992

10.00

5977

30.00

 

TANUKU

20184

2018

10.00

6055

30.00

 

KALLA

19673

1967

10.00

5902

30.00

 

PALACODERU

18756

1876

10.00

5627

30.00

 

PENUGONDA

18343

1834

10.00

5503

30.00

 

ACHANTA

18109

1810

10.00

5433

30.00

 

PEDAPADU

18022

1802

10.00

5407

30.00

 

NIDAMARRU

12493

1249

10.00

3748

30.00

 

PALACOLE

20208

2018

9.99

6065

30.01

 

CHAGALLU

16707

1670

10.00

5013

30.01

 

VEERAVASARAM

17815

1781

10.00

5345

30.00

 

ELAMANCMIU

15545

1554

10.00

4664

30.00

 

NARSAPURAM

15222

1522

10.00

4567

30.00

 

KOWURU

18108

1811

10.00

5432

30.00

 

PENUMANTRA

18073

1803

9.98

5422

30.00

 

MOGALTHURU

6739

673

9.99

2022

30.00

 

AKIVIDU

21253

2125

10.00

6371

29.98

 

NALLAJERLA

21095

2113

10.02

6329

30.00

 

BHIMADOLE

18521

1853

10.00

5556

30.00

 

ELURU

23000

2309

10.04

6912

30.05

 

PODURU

17994

1799

10.00

5398

30.00

 

ATTILI

22029

2202

10.00

6609

30.00

 

UNGUTURU

24712

2471

10.00

7414

30.00

 

BHIMAVARAM

15052

1505

10.00

4516

30.00

 

TPGUDEM

23309

2330

10.00

6993

30.00

 

Total

596159

59610

9.99

178864

30.00

 

 

DISTRICT PIP ABSTRACT

 

Total no. of House Holds

POP

POOR

POP & Poor

No.

%

No.

%

Indira Kranthi Patham

241525

26819

11.10

86983

36.01

113802

Non Indira Kranthi Patham

596159

59610

9.99

178866

30.00

238474

Grand Total

837684

86429

10.31

265849

31.76

352276

 


 

INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING

 

Identification of POP

      1,13,802 Poor & POP Households identified in the  IKP  Mandals

 

Strengthening of old Groups

      5638 old Self-help groups strengthened

 

Formation of New Groups

      6365 Self help groups formed in IKP Mandals since inception. 

 

Social Capital

      704 community activists, 350 VLAs and 427 Book Keepers selected by Village Organizations.

      60 CRPs selected through intensive training process.

     Intensive Efforts are being given to nurture the community resource persons.

     The CRPs thoroughly trained on SHG best practices, Financial Management, group function with Poorest of the Poor, Bank linkages, IB Process, VO & MS concept facilitation of meeting process and systems including PTM.

     Nurturing of CRPs is being done in association with APMAS.

     The CRPs have been attending to SHG & VO Meetings for streamlining the   VO & SHG meeting process. 

     CRPs are being involved in Village level & MVTC level trainings.

     The CRPs are assisting the community in formation of new SHGs.

     CRPs were trained on IB & Livelihood sectors separately. 

     Presently CRPs services are being utilized as per SERP movement plan.

 

Formation and Registration of VOs and MMS

      704 VOs 18 MMS and Zilla Samakya have been formed.

      Registration of VOs and MMS will be taken up during the year 2005-06

 

CAPACITY BUILDING

 

Training to 1st Batch CCs

Month & Year

Content

No of days

Resource persons

December 2002

Induction

3

1.      Kanna Babu, Project Director

2.      Vijaya lakshmi, Sangamitra

December 2002

Exposure visit to oravakal & DPIP Dists.

10

1.      Vijaya Bharathi, SMELC

2.      Adinarayana, SMELC

3.      Project Director & DPMs of DPIP Dist.

December 2002

Experience on exposure visits, poverty alleviation programmes & need of convergence

2

1.      Project Director

2.      Rangarao, Ramakrishna, Assist

3.      Heads of the various departments

January 2003

PIP

7

Ramesh, Gopal, Raghavan, Action Aid, Hyderabad

May 2003

SHG concepts

5

Suneetha Prasad, APMAS; Mani Kumar, DPMU; Aruna, SERP

August 2003

VO concepts

3

Rama Krishna, Rama Laxmi, APMAS, Mani Kumar, DPMU

September 2003

LEAP concepts

8

Bargan, Kurnool;

Narasimha chari

November 2003

Cost benefit analysis

1

Kamasastry, SERP

November 2003

Environmental assessment

2

Narasimhachari

January 2004

MS Concept

2

Ramakrishna,Swamy

APMAS

April 2004

PTM

4

Rajendra Prasad, Rama Krishna, APMAS.

May 2004

Training on SAP Book keeping

4

Ram Mohan Sarma & Team Vikasa Darshini, Hyderabad

 

 

51

 

 

Training to 2nd Batch CCs

Month and Year

Content

No of days

Resource persons

March 2003

PIP (Recruitment process)

7

  Ramesh, Action Aid, Kanna Babu, Project Director; Mani Kumar, DPMU

May 2003

SHG concepts

5

Joginaidu SVDS, Anakapalli. Manikumar, DPMU; Vasanthasena, Siva Kumar, DPMU, Khammam

August 2003

VO concepts

2

Appala Swamy, Rama Krishna, APMAS

September 03

LEAP concepts

8

Bhagava, Kurnool.

November 03

Cost benefit Analysis

1

Kama sastry, SERP

November 03

Environmental assessment

2

Environmental Resource Group

January 2004

MS Concept

2

Ramakrishna,Swamy APMAS

April 2004

PTM

4

Manjula, Vinayaka reddy, APMAS

May 2004

Book Keeping

3

Ram Mohan Sarma & Team, Vikasa Darshini, Hyderabad.

October, 2004

Micro finance strategy work shop

3

Mr. Sita Rama Chandra, Mr.Venkatrao, Mr.Srinivasarao- SERP

December,2004

VOs Registration

2

Srinivasarao-SERP, Mani Kumar, DPM(IB)

January, 2005

IB & Capacity building activities

5

  SMELC Team

April, 2005

Gender training

5

WASSAN

 

Trainings to Assistant Project Managers

 

Month and Year

Content

No of days

Resource person

December 2002

Induction

3

Project Director, Velugu; Vijaya lakshmi, Sangamira (NGO)

December 2002

Exposure visit to oravakal & DPIP Dists.

10

1.      Vijaya Bharathi, SMELC

2.      Adinarayana, SMELC

3.      Project Director & DPMs of DPIP Dist.

January 2003

PIP

7

Ramesh, Gopal, Raghavan, Action Aid, Hyderabad

May 2003

SHG concepts

5

Vasanths sena, Siva Kumari, DPMU, Khammam

August 2003

VO concepts

2

Rama Krishna, Appala Swamy, APMAS

September 2003

LEAP concepts

7

Bargav

November 2003

Cost Benefit analysis

1

Kamasastry, SERP

January 2004

MS Concept

2

 

November 2003

Environmental assessment

2

Environmental Resource Group

April 2004

Book keeping

4

Sita rama Chandra Venkata Rao, SERP

October,2004

Micro finance strategy work shop

3

Mr, Sita Rama Chandra, Mr.Venkatrao, Mr.Srinivasarao- SERP

December,2004

VOs Registration

2

Srinivasarao-SERP, Mani Kumar, DPM(IB)

January,2005

Gender training

5

WASAN Organization

 

Trainings to DRPs

Month year

Content

No of Days

Resource person

February 2003

SHG concepts

5

Usha rani & team, SERP

December 2003

PTM

6

Rama rao, Outreach, Srinivasa RAo, APMAS,  at samalkota

March 2003

Bank Linkage

3

Usha Rani, SERP, NABARD, Hyderabad

March 2003

MSOB

5

DPIP, Srikakulam

April 2004

VO concepts

4

Usha Rani, Venkata Rao, Srinivasa Rao, SERP & APMAS, Hyderabad

October,2004

SAP Book Keeping

4

Mr. Venkatrao, Mr. Srinivasarao, SERP

October,2004

Micro finance strategy work shop

3

Mr, Sita Rama Chandra, Mr.Venkatrao, Mr.Srinivasarao- SERP

December,2004

VOs Registration

2

Mr. Srinivasarao, SERP, Manikumar, DPM (IB)

February,2005

VO & MS Book Keeping

4

Mr. Rama Mohan Sharma & Team, Vikasadarshini

 


 

Training to MTC

Month and Year

Content

No of days

Resource person

July 2004

Field work  and Training

7

Attachment to CCs and IB MRPs

July 2004

Induction

3

DPMs evolutions

July 2004

Fileld placement  to conduct training with DRPs and DMG members

6

DPMIB

July 2004

TOT on PTM and SHGs

5

APMAS Manjula, Subashini .

August, 2004

SHG & VO concepts

6

APMAS

March, 2005

Refresher training programme on SHG/VO/MS

4

APMAS

April, 2005

Exposure to SHGs and cluster level associations promoted by OUT REACH

2

OUT REACH TEAM

April, 2005

Capacity building need assessment process Refresher  on PPM & training design

5

Mr. Ramakrishna, Miss Manjula, Mr. Subrahmanya Reddy and Team

 

Training to MBKs , MRPs  and CRPs

MBKs/ IB MRPs

Month & Year

No of days

Content

Resource person

MBKs batch no 1

September 2003

6

Book keeping

Venkata rao, Srinivasa Rao, SERP, Mani Kumar, DPMU

MBKs Batch no2

January 2004

5

Book keeping

Ram Mohan Sarma & Team, Vikasa Darsini

IB MRPs

September 2004

3

Induction

Mani kumar, DPMU

IB MRPs batch no1

September 2004

5

SHG & PTM

Ramlakshmi, Appala swamy, APMAS, Mani Kumar, DPMU

MRPs

September, 2004

3

VO & MS concept

 Appala Swamy, APMAS

IB MRPs batch no2

January 2004

5

SHG & PTM

Ramlakshmi, Appala swamy, APMAS, Mani Kumar, DPMU

IB MRPs

May 2004

3

VO concepts

Ramlakshmi, Tirupathi, APMAS

MBKs

June 2004

2

VO book keeping

Rammohan Sharma

Narasimharao, Vikasadarshini,Hyderabad

MBKs

December, 2004

3

Workshop on MF strategy

Mr, Sita Rama Chandra, Mr.Venkatrao, Mr.Srinivasarao- SERP, Srinivasarao-SERP, Mani Kumar, DPM(IB)

MBKs

December,2004

3

SAP Book keeping

DMG team

MBKs

January,2005

2

Book keeping arrangements workshop

Mr. Ramamohan Shrama & team Vikasadarshini, Mr. Manikumar, DPM (IB)

MBKs

February,2005

3

SAP Book keeping

DMG team

MBKs

March,2005

4

VO & MS book keeping

DMG team &

DPM (IB & MF)

CVs

August,2004

4

SHG & VO concept

APMAS & Team

 

Training to CRPs

CRPs

June 2004

3

SHG concept

Ramakrishna APMAS

CRPs

July 2004

4

PTM

Ramakrishna, Subashini APMAS

CRPs

August,2004

2

Review cum Refresher training programme

APMAS

CRPs

September, 2004

4

Exposure visit to SMELC

SMELC team

CRPs

September, 2004

4

Exposure visit to SMELC

SMELC team

CRPs

November, 2004

1

MRPs & CRPs work shop

DPM (IB) & DRPs

CRPs

November, 2004

2

Review cum Refresher training programme

APMAS & Team

CRPs

January,2005

3

PTM for 2nd batch CRPs

APMAS & Team

CRPs

March, 2005

5

Training on Livelihoods and SAP Book keeping

DMG Team & AKSHARA Organization

 

Trainings  at MVTC Level.

Month & Year

Participants

No of days

No of participants

Content

Resource persons

March 2003

Communicty Activists

5

175

(8batches )

SHG concepts

DPMU, MS Staff

July 2003

CAs

5

175

(8batches )

 

SHG concepts

DPMU, MS Staff

February 2004

 

 

MAT leaders

 

 

4

36

Exposure visit to orvakol, SHG & VO concepts

 

SMELC 

April 2004

CAs

5

590

SHG concepts

MS Staff

April 2004

MSRGB

2

302

Mandal Samakya concepts

MS Staff

May 2004

VO EC member

2

1425

VO concept, EC Roles and responsibilities, OB roles and responsibilities, services, norms Meeting process.

MS Staff

May 2004

MS RGB

2

305

(9 Batches)

Samakyas, Services & Responsibilities of VO EC & OB Mandal  Samakya Concepts

MS Staff

May  2004

VBKs

 

 

Training on SHG SAP Accountancy

MS Staff

May 2004

VO EC members

2

1432

(36 Batches)

VO concept, EC Roles and responsibilities, OB roles and responsibilities, services, norms And Meeting process.

MS Staff

May 2004

VO Sub Project Sub Committees

2

673

(18 Batches)

Roles and Responsibilities of Sub Project Sub Committees, 

MS Staff

June 2004

VO EC members

1

615

(18 Batches)

VO concept, EC Roles and responsibilities, OB roles and responsibilities, services, norms Meeting process.

MS Staff

June 2004

CAs

1

615

(18 Batches)

Refresher on leadership problems and solutions, norms

MS Staff

June 2004

VBKs

4

355

(18 Batches)

SAP Book keeping

MS Staff

July 2004

VO EC Members

2

731

(18 Batches)

VO concept, EC Roles and responsibilities, OB roles and responsibilities, services, norms

Meeting process.

MS Staff

July 2004

VBKs

4

267

(18 Batches)

SAP bookkeeping

MS Staff

July 2004

CAs

1

635

(18 Batches)

Refresher on bank transactions  and book keeping

MS Staff

September,

2004

VBKs

18

551

Refreshrer training on SAP

APMs, MBKs & DRPs

September,

2004

CAs

36

550

VO concept, structure, services, development stages, MS concept, Structure and services

APMs, DRPs & MTCs

September,

Livestock beneficiaries

14

295

Orientation on Livestock

Animal and Husbandry  Dept staff

September,

2004

VSS members,

10

315

Orientation on CFM convergence activities

Forest Department Staff

September,

2004

Kalajaatha

 

124

Orientation on Kalajaatha activities

Dist. Kalajaatha team

September, 2004

MS EC

36

525

MS structure , Services, Norms  and meeting  process

APMs, DRPs & MTC

September,

2004

VO OB

54

436

VO services, Types, Registration, Social services, Meeting process

DRPs, APMs, MTC

September,

2004

CAs

1

30

Orientation programme on Gender

GREG members & DPM (Gender)

October,

2004

VO OB

36

540

VO services, types of services, social and technical services

DRPs, MTCs, MRPs

October,

2004

CAs

5

200

Training on Gender

GREG member & MTCs

October, 2004

VBKs

36

540

Review com Refresher  training on SAP book keeping

MBKs & DRPs

October,

2004

Livestock beneficiaries

12

420

Orientation on animal Husbandry

Animal and Husbandry  Dept staff

October,

2004.

MS OB

6

80

Importance of MS, Structure, eligibility criteria, services, objectives, staff monitoring, GB, EC, OB, roles and responsibilities and meeting process

APMAS, DRPs

October,

2004

CAs

36

540

VO concept, Structure, services, development stages, MS concept, Structure, Services

DRPs, APMs, MTCs

October,

2004

CAs

5

190

Orientation on DPSHGs concept

HND CC & APM, CDWs

October,

2004

MSEC

34

510

Importance of book keeping, Linkages, vision, development stage

DRPs & APMs

October,

2004

VO OB & MVS EC

 

150

Importance of book keeping, Linkages, vision, development stage

DRPs & APMs

October,

2004

Kalajaatha team

8

150

Kalajaatha & Velugu concept, Games, Songs,

DPM (Comu), MTCs

October,

2004

VO OB

36

324

VO services, social services, technical services etc.

DRPs,  MRPs, MTCs

November,

2004

CAs

18

540

TOT on village level trainings

CCs, APMs

November,

2004

VBKs

18

550

Refresher  training on SAP book keeping

DRPs, MBKs

November,

2004

CAs

36

545

Vo concept, Structure, Services, types, social services, technical services, RCL

APMs, MTCs, DRPs

November,

2004

VO OB

36

560

Vo concept, Structure, Services, types, social services, technical services, RCL

APMs, MTCs, DRPs

November,

2004

MS EC

36

630

Social issues management, financial management, resource management, RCL

DRPs, APMs, IBMRPs

November,

2004

CAs

18

540

What is Gender, Gender strategy in velugu. 

DPM (Gender)

November,

2004

MS staff

4

50

What is Gender, Gender strategy in velugu. 

DPM (Gender)

February,

2005

MVS OB, CRPS, CDWS

5

200

MCP, SHG concept

DRPs, MBKs, HND CCs

February,

2005

Youth Activists

8

210

Preparation of action plan for youth activists. 

MYEOs

February,

2005

CAs

18

570

Roles & Responsibilities of CAs, NCP, loan policy, repayment methods

APMs, MBKS, MTCs

February,

2005

BKs

54

720

Book keeping methods, types of books, roles and responsibilities importance of SAP books and how to write SAP books

APMs & MBKs, DRPs

February,

2005

MS EC

36

650

MS objectives, roles and responsibilities, meeting managements, MS OB, EC, responsibilities, Financial managements Awareness on Mandal Samakhya activities, Role of environment in sub Projects implementation

APMs, DRP, CCs, LA(Env)

February,

2005

VO link persons

18

650

Roles & Responsibilities of VO link persons bank linkage issues

APM, MTC, Bank Manager

February,

2005

RCL committees

18

205

RCL sub committees, roles & responsibilities

DLS (Agri), LA (RCL)

February,

2005

VO OB

24

330

VO concept, structure, meeting process, services, MCP, loan policy,  Role of environment in sub project

APM, DRPs, CCs

February,

2005

Health sub committees

4

60

Orientation on health and nutrition, health issues

CC (HND)

March,

2005

BKs

36

450

Book keeping methods, types of books, roles and responsibilities importance of SAP books and how to write SAP books

DRPs, MBKs

March,

2005

MS EC

4

80

Objectives of MS, roles and responsibilities of OB, EC, RGB, GB, meeting process, financial management, Awareness on Mandal Samakhya activities

APMAS

 

Trainings at Village Level

Month & Year

Participants

No of days

No of participants

Content

Resource persons

May 2004

SHG Members

1 day

8027 SHGs

(2637 Batches)

SHG Concept

SHG Characteristics

Services

Meeting process

Cooperation

Participation

Decision making

IBMRPs,CCS

MTCs, APMs

June 2004

SHG Members

1 day

8272 SHGs (2757 Batches)

Leadership

problem and solving

norms

IBMRPs,CCS

MTCs, APMs

July 2004

SHG Members

1 day

3267(1209 Batches)

Bank transactions &

Book keeping  

IBMRPs,CCS

MTCs, APMs

September,

2004

SHG Members

1 day

3000 SHGs

 (1000 batches)

Orientation on velugu project;povety;SHG concept; services;meeting process. 

Cas;MRPS;ccs

OCTOBER;2004

SHG Members

1 DAY

11;000SHGS(3;666) batchwes

Problem solving; conflict resolution norms financial management functions

CAs;Mrps;CCs

NOVEMBER;2004

SHG Members

1day

11000SHGS(3,666 batches)

SHG vision sustainability  book keeping ;External self monitoring; Evolution

CAs;MRPs;CCs

SEPTEMBER;2004

SHG Leaders

1 Day

314  SHGs (104 batches)

 Problems solving and conflict resolution , communication, action development

CAs;MRPs;CCs

OCTOBER 2004

SHG Leaders

1 Day

314  SHGs (104 batches)

 Problems solving and conflict resolution , communication, action development

CC APM MRPs DRPs

NOVEMBER 2004

SHG Leaders

1 Day

314  SHGs (104 batches)

 Problems solving and conflict resolution ,   communication ,action development

CC APM MRPs DRPs

DECMBER 2004

SHG Leaders

1 Day

314  SHGs (104 batches)

 Problems solving and conflict resolution , communication, action development

CC APM MRPs DRPs

JANUARY2005

SHG Leaders

1 Day

314  SHGs (104 batches)

 Problems solving and conflict resolution , communication, action development

CC APM MRPs DRPs

February,

2005

SHG Leaders

1 Day

314  SHGs (104 batches)

 Problems solving and conflict resolution , communication, action development

CC APM MRPs DRPs

March,

2005

SHG Leaders

1 Day

314  SHGs (104 batches)

 Problems solving and conflict resolution , communication, action development

CC APM MRPs DRPs

 

 

 

 

CCs and APMs Exposure Visits

      Visit to SMLEC  Orvakal

      Visit to DPIP districts Srikakulam, Chitoor, Mahaboobnagar

      Visit to Guntur to study RCL.

      Visit to Vijayanagaram to study   SRM.

      Visit to MV Foundation Nalgonda district to study on child labour sector.

 

Role of support organization (APMAS)

      Entered into MOU with APMAS for implementation of IB activities.

      APMAS providing capacity building services to the staff of Velugu and SHG federation.

      APMAS supporting in developing and institutionalizing user friendly monitoring systems to support management decision making and for periodic assessment of improvements in the functioning of the SHG and federations.

      APMAS undertaking periodic quality assessments of SHG federations on fee basis payable by Velugu..

      APMAS has been providing specific advice through field visits and feed back to strengthen the SHG movement in the District.

      APMAS has been extending assistance in strengthening of CRPs, Implementation of model VOs concept.

      APMAS have adopted Gopalapuram Mandal and two VOs in Pedavegi Mandal to develop them as role models on IB front.

 

Role of AKSHARA, Hyderabad

      Organized trainings to CCs, CRPs and Disabled CRPs on Livelihood activities.

      Services of Resource Persons are being utilized for livelihood based inputs.

 

MVTCs & TTDCs

      One TTDC at Eluru and one ETDC at Chintalapudi area are functioning. The TTDC is well equipped with Audio and Video training equipment and residential accommodation.

      Permanent buildings have been constructed for 9 MVTCs and 9 are under construction with drought & Zilla Parishad funds. 

      Regular trainings are being organized in all MVTCs ranging from  19-21 days to mandal level functionaries and CBOs as per Mandal as well as District Training Calendar.

      All Audio/Video equipment / training equipment/ computer software and hardware have been procured for organizing trainings in MVTCs.

 

MICRO FINANCE

Bank Linkages

Year

SHG  Bank Linked Groups

Amount  (in Lakhs)

2003-04

6635

1963.78

2004-05

7966

2509.38

Total

14601

4473.16

      Recovery percentage :98

      CRI completed for all above six months aged groups in the project mandals.

      SERP auditors have been verifying the Mandal Samakhya Accounts & Village Organization accounts.

      Mandal Samakhya empanelled auditors conducting audit of Mandal Samakyas.

 

Roles of MBKs

      Facilitate recruitment and placement of village book keepers with the support of VOs.

      Arrange for training of village book keepers.

      Organize and ensure supply of books to all SHGs.

      Assist Village Organisation in supervision of village book keepers.

      Conduct periodic audit of SHGs and VOs.

      Write books of accounts for Mandal Samakhyas (MS).

      Arrange for self rating of SHGs and VOs.

      Support financial supervision by MSS.

 

Tribal Development

      Trainings were given to village Botanists and Botanists on scientific tapping systems and regeneration practices, quality control, preservations  , marketing

      Exposure visit to NTFP Processing Center, Rajahamundry.

      Trainings were given to VO-OB and EC on VO concept, roles and responsibilities of office bearers, EC members norms and services.

      Trainings were given to SHG groups on SHG concept, meetings process, financial management, , norms, services and bank transactions.

      Trainings were given to MS-OB on MS concept, roles and responsibility of OB, monitoring and management skills.

 

 

CIF, LIVELIHOOD INTERVENTIONS

 

CIF Process followed

 

      Sub Projects are being evolved by the community involving line departments and best practitioners.

      Two pronged strategy has been followed during the year 2004-2005 for sanction of CIF Sub Projects.

        Following the existing CIF Sub Project guidelines.

        Following VO Micro Plans as per Micro Credit Planning.

      All Model Village Organisations have been financed through MCP.

      Environmental & General appraisal is being done for all Sub Projects.

      Sub Project sanction proceedings and MOU are being kept at DPMU and with Sub Project Implementation Agency (SPIA).

      Repayment committees have been formed in all Village Organisations for monitoring CIF repayments.

      Regular MIS is being obtained from Village Organisations for monitoring repayments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Analysis of Sub Projects sanctioned

  1. CIF Expenditure since inception

Sub Projects

Sub Project

Sub Project

No. sanctioned

Amount

No. grounded

Amount

Balance to be grounded

Amount

576

12.1

288

6.75

288

5.35

 

  1. CIF Expenditure during the year 2004-2005

Sub Projects

Sub Project

Sub Project

No. sanctioned

Amount

No. grounded

Amount

Balance to be grounded

Amount

483

9.21

207

4.38

276

4.83

 

  1. Activity wise Sub Projects sanctioned

IGA

SD

PPI

No. sanctioned

Amount

No. sanctioned

Amount

No. sanctioned

Amount

494

10.62

46

1.01

36

0.47

 

NEW LIVELIHOOD INTERVENTIONS

Leather Sector

       A foot wear production cum training centre has been established by the Zilla Samakhya at Eluru.

       Three certificate courses are being organised in Foot wear making, Hawai making and Shoe making.

       A retail outlet has been established for selling the goods manufactured in the training centre and an amount of Rs. 39,504/- was earned as profit since October2004.

       A total number of 29 candidates have undergone training in the institute and nominations have been solicited from different agencies like DRDA, SC Corp. and STEP of other Districts.

 

Construction sector

       A total number of 38 candidates have undergone training at CTTI, Hyderabad in Masonry, Electrician, Plumbing, Bar bending and Carpentry.

       Two Mandal Samakhya office bearers have been trained on peoples estimate implementation in construction sector.

       Village Organisations have been entrusted the work of construction of community halls as contractors.

       A total number of 1280 SHG members have been enrolled in Janasree Bhima Yojana. A target of 5000 SHG members is proposed to be covered during the year 2005-2006.

       A health camp was organised at Gowripatnam of Devarapalli mandal for treating ailments of stone crushers.

 

 

 

 

Livestock sector

       A bulk milk unit has been established at Yernagudem of Devarapalli mandal covering 11 villages under MACTS concept and the society has earned Rs. 1.5 lakhs as profit.

       Para-vets training programme is being imparted to VLAs under convergence with Animal Husbandry Dept. and so far 87 candidates have undergone training. Another 200 candidates are proposed to be covered during the year 2005-2006.

       Twenty candidates have been deputed to Dr.B.V.Rao Institute of Poultry Management, Pune for Basic Commercial Poultry Management training which is a placement assured course. Another eighty candidates are proposed to be covered during the year 2005-2006.

       Livestock insurance is planned covering POP & Poor families owned milch animals/sheep under social development Sub Projects during the year 2005-2006.

       All Mandal Samakhyas have taken up the mineral mixture distributorship of Glaxo India Ltd. and Vetcare Ltd. on commission basis and the marketing is proposed to be taken up through Para-vets as self employment programme. The said companies have agreed to provide one mobile A-V Van for propagation of Best practices in Animal Husbandry and Project activities.

 

Rural kiosks

       18 Rural kiosks Sub Projects have been sanctioned under PPI to 18 Village Organisations and the kiosks will commissioned during the month of April2005.

       36 operators have been trained on Kiosks Management, Internet concepts and electricity billing.

       Income generation is assured through electricity bill payments, Panchayat taxes payment, redressal of grievances and issue certificates.

 

Job employment

       A target of 300 members is fixed for imparting placement guaranteed trainings during the year 2005-2006.

       DPMU entered into MoU with LABS of Dr.Reddys Foundation to cause livelihood and employment opportunity to POP & Poor youth.

       A total number of 294 candidates have undergone training with 100% placement in BSPA, CRS, WGS, ITES and Auto Mobile servicing.

       Another batch of 200 candidates are proposed to be covered during the year 2005-2006.

       Para-military/CRPF/Police Constables/BSF training programmes are under way.

 

CONVERGENCE WITH LINE DEPARTMENTS

       Convergence meeting held with Development Agencies, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Forest, Fisheries, Education, ICDS, Medical & Health, ITDA, Disabled welfare, NCLP, Social Welfare and Horticulture under the Chairmanship of the Dist.Collector.

       Detailed department wise action plans have been prepared for taking up convergence activities.

 

 

Activities undertaken and planned

Animal Husbandry

       Paravets training is being imparted to VLAs utilizing resources of Animal Husbandry Department.

       Bulk milk unit has been established in association with Vijaya Dairy.

       Livestock insurance is proposed to be implemented utilizing the services of Animal Husbandry staff.

 

Forest & ITDA

       5,00,000 different species of NTFP plants & Fruit bearing plants have been planted under convergence with Forest Dept. & ITDA.

       1200 Kitchen Gardens in 70 Villages developed under convergence with ITDA.

       Procurement of 10 tonnes of Pongamia seeds valued at Rs.60,000/- by disabled people and marketed to A.P. Forest Dept.

       100 KGs Jowar per family distributed to 950 families through Grain banks for Food security in entire tribal villages incurring Rs.5.14 Lakhs under convergence with ITDA.

 

Horticulture Department

       3,800 vegetables seed kits were distributed to tribal families in 170 villages.

       23 bee keeping units were grounded for 23 tribal families in Lankapakala of Buttaigudem Mandal.

 

Disabled welfare department

       Database of 28,512 disabled persons of Dist. prepared.

       3,618 identity cards with passbooks have been issued.

       18 Certification camps have been organised benefiting 12,612 DAPs.

 

Medical & Health

       16 Health camps have been organised in hill top villages of agency mandals.

       Exclusive health camp for stone crushers organised at Gowripatnam of Devarapalli mandal.

 

Housing

       IAY houses beneficiaries selection @ 200 per mandal has been done and sanctioned to eligible POP/Poor beneficiaries.

 

 

GENDER

      Gender activities focused in HND Mandals -Pedavegi, Chintalapudi, D.Tirumala, Polavaram and Buttaigudem.

Equity

      Girl child education.

      Child Marriages.

      Awareness on reproductive health.

      No Domestic violence.

      Creating healthy & secured environment to girl child.

      Moral & Financial support to orphans, destitute women, single women even for non group members.

      Demand for equal wages.

      Kalajathas, Processions, rallies against to Child Labour, alcoholism.

      Girl child education Girl child labour, dropouts with the help of Anganavadi E.C. Centers, School/ Bridge School by the women sanghas.

Gender needs

      To reduce women drudgery.

      To create awareness on Reproductive health adolescent girls and women.

      To reduce domestic violence.

      To increase the wages, working days and income.

      To develop nutritional food.

      To improve girl child education.

      To improve women literacy.

Gender gaps

      Family counseling center.

      Child care centers.

      Skill based training to adults and girls.

      To create legal awareness.

      Sensitization on gender issues.

 

Activities/ Initiatives-achievement:

Sl. No

Items of Works

Achievements

1

Greg Formation

A group with 8 persons formed. They have been extending trainings to Women & Social issues Committees at V.O & M.S. level; and also to adolescent girls and Community Activists.

2

Family Counseling Centre.

Opened Family Counseling Centres at Pedavegi, Chintalpudi, D.Tirumala, Polavaram & Buttaigudem.

3

Trainings on Gender.

Trainings have been given to all Mandal level functionaries in 18 Mandals.

4

Documentation

 Gender Training Photographs, Reports

 

5

Child Labour Bridge Schools

Proposed 4 Bridge Schools at Chintalpudi, Lingapalem, Mogalthuru, Devarapalli

6

Formation of VO MS level women Social issues Committees

Women & Social issues taken by the VO-MS level committees

7

Formation of Balika Sanghas

Balika Sanghas

started in 5 HND Mandals

8

Survey on Gender

Data on all the issues are being consolidated.

           

Gender sensitization & Capacity building

Capacity Building on Gender concept Matriarchy and Patriarchy, Gender objectives in Velugu Project, Gender discrimination - family level, community level & Society level, Child Marriages, Violence on Girl Child, Decision making roles of women.

Month & Year

Place

Participants

No. of Participants

Content

Resource Person

31St May to 2nd June, 2004

MVTC, Pedavegi

Community Activists

10

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Margadarsi, Vijaya Vani

(Greg)

 

 

15th to 17th June 2004

MVTC, D.Tirumala

D.Tirumal Adolescent Girls

23

Gender Concept and roles and responsibilities of Balika Sanghas, child marriages, child labour and reproductive health, Personal Hygiene and health

Layyamma, Sasi Kumar & Radharani

(Greg)

28th to 30th June 2004

MVTC, D.Tirumala

D.Tirumal, VO level Women and Social issues committee

27

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Layyamma, Sasi Kumar& Radharani

(Greg)

11th to 13th June 2004

MVTC, Pedavegi

Adolescent Girls

20

Gender Concept and roles and responsibilities of Balika Sanghas, Child marriages, child Labour and reproductive health Hygiene and health

Margadarsi & Anitha,

 DPM(Gender)

7th to 9th June  2004

MVTC, Pedavegi

Pedavegi, VO level Women and Social issues committee

25

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Margadarsi, Vijaya Vani

& Anitha,

  DPM(Gender)

15th to 17th 2004

MVTC, Polavaram

Adolescent Girls

14

Gender Concept and roles and responsibilities of Balika Sanghas, child marriages, Child Labour and reproductive health Hygiene and health

Posamma (Greg)

 

29th June to 1st July 2004

MVTC, Polavaram

VO level Women and Social issues committees

23

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Posamma, Margadarsi

(Greg)

12th to 14th June 2004

MVTC, Buttaigudem

Adolescent Girls

21

Gender Concept and roles and responsibilities of Balika Sanghas, child marriages, child labour and reproductive health Hygiene and health

Rambabu, Rajeswari

(Greg)

 

25th to 27th June 2004

MVTC Buttaigudem

VO level Women and Social issues committees

20

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Rambabu, Rajeswari

(Greg)

16th to 18th June 2004

MVTC Chintalapudi

Adolescent Girls

16

Gender Concept and roles and responsibilities of Balika Sanghas, child marriages, Child Labour and reproductive health Hygiene and health

Jhansi, Vijayalakshmi

(Greg)

25th to 27th June 2004

MVTC Chintalapudi

VO level Women and Social issues committees

23

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Jhansi, Vijayalakshmi

(Greg)

14th July 2004

TTDC, Eluru

Community Resource persons

40

Legal Awareness-Women rights and women acts

MS Shoba Rani, Public Prosecutor.

 

27th to 29th July

MVTC, Polavaram

VO level Women and Social issues committees

24

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Posamma, Margadarsi

(Greg)

13th to 15th July 2004

MVTC Buttaigudem

VO level Women and Social issues committees

15

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Rambabu, Rajeswari

(Greg)

15th to 17th July 2004

MVTC Chintalapudi

VO level Women and Social issues committees

29

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Jhansi, Vijayalakshmi

(Greg)

28th to 30th July 2004

MVTC, Chintalapudi

Chintalapudi Community Activists

17

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Jhansi Padmavathi & Vijaya Laxmi

(Greg)

25th to 27th July 2004

MVTC, D.Tirumala

D.Tirumala Community Activists

26

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Layyamma & Possamma

(Greg)

1Day

7th

August,2004

MVTC, Polavaram,

Buttaigudem

MBKs, IBs ,GRPs, HNDCCs, MYEOs, MRPS, CCs, APMs, GRPs

18

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

E.Anitha,

 DPM(Gender)

1Day

24th

August, 2004

MVTC, D.Tirumala

Community Activists

16

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

E.Anitha,

 DPM(Gender)

1Day

31st

August, 2004

MVTC, Chintalapudi, T.Narasapuram,

GRPs, IBMRPs, CCs, MBKs,APMs, DPMs, MYEOs, CEW, IMEO

26

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

E.Anitha,

 DPM(Gender)

 

1Day

11th September, 2004

MVTC, Pedavegi

CDWs, CAs, GRPs, MTCs, CAs, Care Takers

15

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

E.Anitha,

DPM(Gender)

 

1Day

 22nd

September, 2004

MVTC, Pedavegi

CAs, CCs, MYEOs, CDWs, CVs

43

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

E.Anitha,

 DPM(Gender)

1Day

23rd September, 2004

MVTC,

D.Tirumal

CAs

10

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

E.Anitha,

 DPM(Gender)

1Day

29th September, 2004

MVTC,

Bhimavaram, Mogalturu

CCs, MBKs, IBs, APMs, CVs, RCLMRPs, MTCs, GRPs, MYEOs

21

Facilitate to Rural Poor Illiterates

E.Anitha,

 DPM(Gender)

1Day

13th

October

MVTC,

Chintalapudi

MSECs, IBMRPs, APMs

11

Gender Concept and roles and responsibilities of Balika Sanghas, child marriages, Child Labour and reproductive health Hygiene and health

E.Anitha,

 DPM(Gender)

2days

15th to 16th

October, 2004

MVTC,

Polavaram

Community Activists

15

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Posamma & Rambabu

(Greg)

1Day

17th

October

MVTC, Lingapalem

CAs, GRP Care Takers, MTCs

14

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

E.Anitha,

 DPM(Gender)

2 Days

10th to 11th

November, 2004,

MVTC,

Koyyalagudem

Community Activists

40

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

E.Anitha,

 DPM(Gender),

Rambabu

(Greg member)

2 Days

19th to 20th

November,2004

MVTC,

Gopalapuram

CCs, APM, MBKs, MRPS, MTCs

25

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

E.Anitha,

 DPM(Gender),

Vijaya Vani

(Greg)

2 Days

22nd to 23rd

November, 2004

MVTC,

Mogalthur

Community Activists

20

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Greg members

2 Days

23rd to 24th, November, 2004

MVTC,

Polavaram

Community Activists

25

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Greg members

2 Days

23rd to 24th

November,2004

MVTC,

Bhimavaram

Community Activists

25

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Greg members

2 Days

24th to 25th,

November, 2004

MVTC,

Gopalapuram

Community Activists

30

Gender concept, social issues impact on women life cycle, roles and responsibilities of women and social issues committees, social agenda

Greg members

5 days

11th  to 15th

April, 2005

TTDC

CCs, APMs, DRPs & Greg.

60

 

Gender Concept

WASSAN

 

Formation of women & Social issues Committees.

      Women & Social issues committees have been formed at VOs, MS level in all 18 mandals and they are working like pressure group.

 

 

HEALTH & NUTRITION

Selected Mandals

      Polavaram & Buttaigudem Mandals.

 

Recruitment

      Two Community Coordinators @ 1 per Mandal positioned in their allotted mandals.

      59 Community Health Activist (CHAs), in all villages of 2 HN Mandals @ 1 per village identified.

 

 

Health Surveys

      Surveys completed in 2 HN mandals by the concerned CCs.

      Needs assessments through PRA completed.

      Special survey is being conducted by our team to know the living conditions, Health conditions, accessibility to basic health services, traditions in agency area among hilltop tribal people.

 

Village Health action plans

      Village Health action plans are being prepared with the community participation.

      VO sub committees on Health are formed.

 

Trainings

      CHAs of model villages were sent on exposure visit to Jamkhed.

      VO sub committees on Health are being trained at MVTC level.

      MS EC was sensitized on Health & Nutrition.

 

HEALTH CAMPS

      16 health camps were organized in convergence with line departments & NGOs at Hilltop villages of Buttaigudem Mandal.

      21 villages of kondareddy population in Buttaigudem are provided with nutritional support.

      Chodi Ambali Kendras (Raagi malt with butter milk) are being organized for providing nutritional food to viral fever affected Tribals.

 

Kalajathas

      Teams with local skilled persons were identified and given training on Health for 2 days and sent  to agency area for creating awareness on Health, Hygienic, ANC&PNC, immunization etc,.

 

Refresher trainings on HIV/AIDS:

      Refresher trainings on HIV/AIDs were organized in 5 HND Mandals

      One care & support centre is proposed at Polavaram in convergence with APSACS and local NGO.

 

 

DISABILITY

      Total Disabled Population: 32,145

 

Institution Building

      Disabled persons of the 3 Mandals, i.e., Pedavegi, D.Tirumala, Chintalapudi, are formed into 495 Self Help Groups

      The Group consists of minimum 5 members, both male and female aged between (18-50 years).

      Mentally retarded persons, caretakers were included in the Groups.

      All DPSHG in 3 mandals were given training on Group concept & dynamics.

      DPSHGs of the village are formed in to VOs with minimum 5 Groups and

      VO (Disability) affiliated to general VOs.

      Mandal vikalangula Samkhayas are formed in 3 mandals i.e., Pedavegi, D.Tirumala and Chintalapudi.

      CRPs (Disability) are recruited @ 10 per Mandal and given training on disability by Akshara, Hyderabad and DRPs of DPMU.

 

Convergence activities

Forest Department

      30 DPSHGs of 3 mandals procured 10.5 tonnes of pongamia seeds

      The concerned VO procured seeds @ Rs.3/- per Kg from members and sold to Forest Department for Rs.7/- per Kg retaining Rs.1 per Kg at VO and Rs. 3/- per Kg. profit given to Collectors.

 

Disabled Welfare Department

      Identification of disabled persons of the whole district completed and computerized.

      Printing and distribution of 3618 pass books with ID cards for disabled persons were given to DAPs.

      Vikalangula Samachara Darshini booklet was published on prevention & Interventions.

 

Revolving Fund (RF)

      RF was given to 418 SHGs with disabled persons @ Rs.10, 000/ per group in 3 mandals.

      The members are being sensitized on MCP and RF usage among the members.

 

Livelihoods

      Individual livelihoods are being evaluated and assessed.

      Total 300 families in 3 mandals are identified in first phase.

      16 camps were organized for certification; benefiting 12,612 persons.

 

Surgical Corrections

      Polio corrective surgeries for 100 persons were organized in convergence with Prema Hospital, Vizag & Dept. of Medical & Health.

      Cleft lip & Palate surgeries for 46 persons were organized in convergence with St. Joseph Hospital, Guntur.

 

Aids & Appliances

      Aids & Appliances were given to eligible disabled population of 5 mandals

      Calipers /Artificial limbs were given to the persons who have undergone polio corrective surgeries.

 

FINANCIAL SYSTEMS

 

CFMS is being utilized at DPMU level since 7/2002 and accounts upto the period ended 31.3.2005 have been computerized.

 

Outstanding Advances

            As at the end of 31.3.2005 an amount of Rs.1, 09, 90,226/- is out standing. As on date an amount of Rs.1, 09, 90,226/- is outstanding of which an amount of Rs.79, 67,023/- is pertaining to Non Velugu Mandals SOWKARYAM scheme which is to be reimbursed from DEO, W.G.Dist., Eluru.

 

Audit

            Audit of the accounts of DPMU has been completed for the quarter end 30-9-2004. Compliance report on Audit observations has also been submitted to the CEO, SERP and Auditors for the year 2003-04 upto 31.3.2004.

 

CIFs beneficiary contribution status

 

STATUS OF COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION ACCOUNTED FOR AS ON 31.3.05

 

PARTICULARS

(in Lakhs)

Community Contribution accounted for

Community Contribution to be accounted for

Cash

Kind

Labour

Total

> 1 Year

6 M 1 Year

< 6 Months

Total

> 1 Year

6 m 1 Year

< 6Months

Total

54.26

-

0.97

55.23

77

42

114

233

11

6

326

343

 

CIF UCs STATUS AS ON 31.3.2005

In Crores

CIF Released

UCs Received

Number

Value

Number

Value

Number

Value

> 1 Yr

6 M - 1 Yr

< 6 M

Total

> 1 Y

6 M 1 Y

< 6 M

Total

576

12.1

176

3.01

88

48

440

576

2.89

.56

8.65

12.1

 

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

Rural Kiosks

      18 Rural Kiosks subprojects prepared and sanctioned to concerned village organizations.

      The VOs nominated kiosk operators for training.

      36 operators trained, in software and kiosk operating modules in 3 phases with the help of NIC West Godavari.

      MOUs  and other formalities completed with project and VOs

      Computers, Digital Cameras, Web Cameras, Scanner, Printers and other peripherals procured by fulfilling all formalities guided by project.

      Rural kiosks will be commissioned during April2005.

Website

 

      District Website & Mandal Websites launched.

 

LAND

 

Physical inventory of Govt. lands:

            The objective is to provide optimum physical and legal access to land facilitate land and to development so that land become a productive asset to poor enhancing their incomes and quality of life.

            To achieve the goal as laid down in the G.O.MS NO 1148 Revenue (ASNI) Dept Dt. 27.12.02 of Government of Andhra Pradesh, the District level convergence committee has been formed under the chairman ship of the Joint Collector and with Project Director IKP as member convener and the Sub Collector / RDOs, E. D. S. C. Corporation A.D Survey and land records as members similarly committees at divisional and Mandal level have been  constituted level and these teams are pressed into services. The physical inventory of the land assigned to the poor in relation to the relevant records has been already taken up.

 

LAND SURVEYS

      The surveys for identifying the Government lands with teams has been started and 40 % of the survey is completed.

Name of Division

No. of  IKP Mandal

No. of Mandals

Completed

No. of  Benefi ciaries

Extent

Details of land  under possession of Assignees

Details of land not under occupation of Assignees

No.

Extent

No.

Extent

Eluru

6

3

5016

11732-16

4482

9934-75

534

1797-41

Kovvuru

2

2

477

725-60

314

490-09

163

234-61

Narasapuram

4

2

3015

2209-96

2404

1482-79

611

727-17

J.R.Gudem

6

2

2263

2116-39

1322

1241-41

941

874-98

Total

10771

16784-11

8522

13149-04

2249

3635-07

 

      Physical Inventory of Government lands completed in the above Mandals is an extent of Ac 3635-07 cts.  Land is available for resumption. This land has to be regularized or resumed.

      MROs of the above Mandals has been addressed to take up the matter for issuing pattas.

      If the land is unfit for cultivation, pongamia and Jatropha plantation will be taken up for land development.

 

Land Related Sub-Projects: Irrigation Department

Eucalyptus clones plantation

      In collaboration with ITC, Bhadrachalam ltd., eucalyptus clonal plantation taken up in Rajupothepalli village in T.Narasapuram Mandal.

      Area proposed Ac42.86cts.

      Plantation extent Ac.20-00cts.

      Expected returns: Rs.60000/- (per Acre from 4th year on wards.)

Convergence with Line Department

      Plantation of shaded and fruit bearing trees on the Yerra Kalva Bunds is being planned in 3 Velugu Mandals namely Jangareddygudem, Kamavarapukota and D.Tirumala.

      Plantation extent: KM.29.70 of Yerra Kalava left and right Banks.

      Plantation work will be taken by the village organizations (VO).

      No. of families to be benefited: 200

 

 

 

 

Youth Empowerment

Trainings

Self development

      Training to OB of youth Association on Group concept, Sangha management, Training to VYAs.

      Leadership & book keeping.

      27 youth associations are registered under societies act 2001

      6 from pedaveigi,3 from chintalapudi,5 from Polavaram,1 from D.Tirumala were sanctioned with units under self employment scheme SWAYAM UPADHI SOPANAM.

      One youth group, from Polavaram Mandal got a speed boat through self employment scheme under Tourism sector.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

      Organized Sramadhanams programs in all 5 HND Mandals.

      Chegondapalli Polavaram Mandal Youth have actively participated in formation of a road which is linking main road.

      Youth clubs from Pedavegi Mandal procured plants saplings from Horticulture dept and distributed to the families.

      Youth association of Pedavegi, Chintalapudi, Polavaram and D.Tirumala actively participated in pulse polio programme and organized centres for polio drops.

      Youth from D.Tirumala organized a sports tournament and collected Rs 6,815/- for Tsunami relief fund and sent the amount to CM relief fund.

      DPMU published one hand book namely YUVA VELUGU for youth empowerment and guidance to youth associations.

      Youth clubs of pedavegi, chintalapudi organized blood donation camp on the occasion of inauguration of RYS programme.

YOUTH CONVERGENCY WITH HND

      VYAs AND MYE participated in 9 assessment and screening camps for polio and cleft lip and palate surgeries.

      Multipurpose certification camps were organized at Mandal level for disabled persons during those camps wherein VYAs have actively participated.

      Needy persons from their Mandals mobilized for the surgeries.

HEALTH CAMP.

      16 health camps were organized for hill top tribal villages in the month of March, to stop the viral fevers and child deaths along with Non Government Organisation called APSSS & Health Dept. covering 2400 patients. During these camps all 6 MYCs are toured along with medical teams and mobilized the tribal fold to avail the services and stayed in that villagers and conducted a survey about their living conditions & health status.

VITAMIN `A` CAPSULES:

      Distribution of vitamins A capsules donated by the sight & life foundation, Switzerland to the school going children & women by VYAs & MYC of 5 HND Mandals.

 

TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT

Legal Assistance Programme for Land (LAPL)

            To assist the rural poor (1) to advocate for their rights and resolve land disputes informal legal proceedings and courts of law and (2) advocate for their rights and resolve land issues and disputes by providing legal assistance designed to identify and resolution of land disputes.

      Selection of areas to identify pending land disputes for investigation and resolution.

      For selected areas in land disputes linking records, investigating facts, interviewing and counseling villagers regarding pending disputes.

      Selecting and coordinating the services of committed, private lawyers engaged to resolve land disputes and negotiations fee arrangements.

      To implement a paralegal scheme in the Agency mandals to assist the Legal Aid Programme for land is organizing in the tribal land areas. Train a cadre of Paralegals in the basic tribal acts and regulations pertaining to land.

      Review of all the SDCs count orders which have gone in favour of non tribal and filling appeals utilizing the services of the local Law Collage students.

      Identify and position a panel of advocates to represent the interests of tribals.

      Open land information cells in the Agency areas.

LAPL programme in Agency area of W.G.Dist.

      The Agency Area in West Godavari District Consisting of three Mandals namely 1. Polavaram 2. Buttaigudem 3. Jeelugumilli having 101 villages.

Particulars of Government Lands held by Tribals in Agency Mandals

Sl.

No.

Name of the Mandal

No. of Villages

No. of

Beneficiaries

Extent

  Ac. Cts.

Tribal Population

1

Polavaram

17

1063

2099-96

10085

2

Jeelugumilli

29

2591

6915-41

6701

3

Buttaigudem

51

3486

6837-15

27841

Total

97

7140

15852-52

44627

 

LTR Cases

The Spl. Dy. Collector (Tribal Welfare), K.R.Puram and Polavaram trailed and disposed   the LTR Cases as furnished bellow.

SDC Office Details

Total Cases

Total Cases disposed

Total No. of cases disposed informing

Balances

(12/2004)

No.

Extent

No

Extent

Non

STS

 

 

SDC office, K.R.Puram

17

157-00

4

19-00

13

24-00

18

260-00

SDC office, Polavaram

33

175-00

-

-

3

15-00

30

160-00

 

        Selection of nine paralegals in 3 Agency Mandals is completed and trainings programme imparted to Buttaigudem paralegals at I.T.D.A., Bhadrachalam and they are doing the work of physical inventory work in the Mandal. A retired surveyor is also appointed and doing survey work in Buttaigudem Mandal.

      18 Law College Students from D.N.R. Law College are identified and impart training by legal coordinator SERP in the month of March, 2005. The law college students spent 3 days at SDC court K.R.Puram and scrutinized pending cases in the SDC Court Polavaram and K.R.Puram. Local enquiry by the paralegals on the scrutinized cases is going on.

      Appointment a panel of advocates is being done shortly.

 

 

 

RICE CREDIT LINE (RCL)

Rice Credit Line has been introduced 59 no. of Village Organisation in the 4 Coastal fishermen - Populous Mandals of Narsapuram, Mogalturu, Bhimavaram and Elamanchili, in all the Indira Kranthi Patham villages initially and it has been extended to all 100 Model VOs and 83 Non Model VOs thus covering 242 VOs and 24923 families.

Issues

Fisherman community in the coastal area live, on marine fish in Narsapuram, Mogalturu and Bhimavaram while that in the Elamanchili Mandal live on river in fish. Cheap liquor consumption is daily feature in above 90% of these people. Resultantly, though they earn well, they get into difficulties in house maintenance. The house wife will be anxious or tensionous on most days due to lack of sufficient rice. They draw loans, more so in lean seasons, for higher interest from local money lenders and get into huge debts. Similar is the situation of the rural poor in the upland and agency mandals too, though the livelihoods differ from place to place and time to time or seasonally-agriculture labour, construction works, hawkers etc. The rural poor may not get work everyday. Hence hand-to-mouth existence makes the community victims of malnutrition & migration of labour is the constant feature of coastal villages & upland areas. Thus lives of the poor and poorest of the poor are highly risky and vulnerable. To combat the situation and to induce confidence in the poor house wife, RCL has been programmed.

Methodologies

      SHG members gave their requirement to the SHG leaders on need base(deducting the ration card quantity)

      SHGs furnished consolidated indent to the VO concerned.

      VOs consolidated their requirement and furnished to the Mandal Samakhya.

      Purchase, distribution and monitoring committees formed in MS & VOs.

      Mandal Samakhya/VO presented its indent to the Project Director, Velugu for sanction in shape of a social sub project duly furnishing the variety they needed.

      Rice Millers in the area and the Mandal Samakhya/VO office bearers entered into an MOU with following conditions.

    Required quantity and variety of rice to be supplied at mutually agreed price.

    50% Rice value is to be paid at the time of lifting stocks.

    Balance 50% to be paid in full settlement to mill in 20 days.

      Sanction accorded after obtaining approval from Collector, West Godavari., to the extent of 50% value of rice quantities required.

      In four coastal Mandals of Bhimavaram, Mogalthur, Narasapur and Elamanchilu, MS is operating the scheme, while in upland and agency mandals. VOs are independently managing their RCL scheme.

      Community contribution - 15% given by the beneficiaries - remitted into MS/VO accounts, as the case maybe

       50% sanctioned grant released to MS/VOs.

      MS/VO leaders and purchasing committee members facilitated by ground staff lifted stock from rice mills duly paying 50% value.

      Distributed to SHG members through VOs and SHGs their indented quantities on condition - total value to be repaid to MS in 4 equal weekly installments at price fixed by MS/VO democratically causing some income to institutions simultaneously.      

      Full amount of the value of rice recovered from members by the MS/VOs.

      Paid to mill the balance 50% in full settlements, in 20 days/30days.

      Process will be repeated every month with the available 50% money with all VO/MSs.

Account System & Monitoring

      Grant released to MS/VO account

      Repayment made by members through SHGs to VOs / MSs, collected during the weekly meetings.

      MBKs and RCL Coordinators monitored the recoveries under close supervision of CCs and APMs.

      Amount remitted in general bank account; separate account being maintained since recently.

      RCL stock registers distribution registers cash receipts books, rice receipts books and the individual rice pass books well maintained - VBKs/MBKs

      U.Cs are being obtained from the MSs/VOs.

      At the District level DLS (Agri) is co-ordinating RCL programme assisted by LA (RCL).

      Review done in VO/MS meetings and also during staff meetings.

Activity Through

      Stocks purchased from private Rice Mills by MSs / VOs, duly negotiating with the available rice mills/Wholesalers.

Future Programme:

It has been contemplated to decentralize the process by entrusting RCL implementation to the Village Organizations independently, instead of M.S. Management, for a more effective process in the 4 Coastal Mandals also. The grant given to MS. will be divided among the village organizations for independent transaction. Every VO will negotiate with Mills in their area. This will facilitate easy process in addition to helping VOs to lift their own choice variety at an affordable price. Already Elamanchili Mandal Samakhya has now decided to switch over to this system. Other 3 Mandals also will follow the same procedure as in the 14 upland and agency mandals, CIF grant is being released to VOs only to operate independently.

      RCL programme is extended to all 14 Project Mandals in the district, in a phased manner. Uncovered VOs will be covered shortly.

      Sent two DP Ms to Guntur for RCL exposure.

      Sent Office Bearers, EC members, CCs, MBKs and VBKs from 6 up land mandals to Guntur district for RCL field exposure.

      Two more exposure visits are programmed to cover the rest of the mandals.

      Staff-APMs, CCs, MBKs, VBKs, RCL-MRPs and MTCs and also community are given sufficient training to handle RCL programme successfully.   

      Recovery percentage    - 95%.

      Regular MIS is being obtained for assessing Demand & Collection balances.

Status Report

    No. of  Project Mandals                       - 18                 

    No. of Mandals covered                       - 18

    No. of V.Os covered                            - 242

    No. of SHGS covered                          - 2,985

    No. of Families covered                        - 24,923

    Total Quantity of rice distributed till now MT. 1,107-680 Kgs

    Total CIF Grant released so far- Rs. 45,13,702/-

 

CHILD LABOUR

Strategy - Sub Components

The strategy for support to eliminate child labour includes.

1. Community Mobilization, setting up of Bridge Course Camps and strengthening  

    community participation in school governance to bring children into schools.

2. Establishing Residential Schools for Girl Children. These residential

                Schools will cater to the age group of 9 to 14 years.

3. Early Childhood Development.

 Training & Resource and Net working

      Program with social mobilization would request the participation of the stake holders such as Parents, School teachers, Youth, Employees, Opinion makers, Women, Children, Students, Officials, Elected representatives at Local, Mandal, District and State level.

Mandal wise data

Sl.

No

 

Name of the Mandal

 

Children in the age Group(6-14)

 

Out of school children

 

1

 

Chintalapudi

 

250

 

1010

 

2

 

T.Narsapuram

 

11800

 

644

 

3

 

Pedavegi

 

86

 

1402

 

4

 

Lingapalem

 

11839

 

567

 

5

 

D.Tirumala

 

99

 

945

 

6

 

K.Kota

 

11615

 

438

 

7

 

Jeelugumilli

 

5768

 

209

 

8

 

J.R.Gudem

 

18617

 

1113

 

9

 

Koyyalagudem

 

14534

 

664

 

10

 

Gopalapuram

 

12152

 

179

 

11

 

Buttaigudem

 

123

 

955

 

12

 

Polavaram

 

92

 

578

 

13

 

Mogalturu

 

14384

 

1503

 

14

 

Bhimavaram

 

14748

 

411

 

15

 

Elamanchili

 

13014

 

941

 

16

 

Narsapuram

 

17928

 

301

 

17

 

Tallapudi

 

10049

 

746

 

18

 

Devarapalli

 

15523

 

299

 

 

Linkages with Government Initiatives

I. APSWERIES

      Linkages with social welfare Hostels and           APSWERIES (Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential Education Institutions Society)

Text Box: Residential Girls Schools are functioning in West Godavari

 

Gopalapuram        

 

D            .Tirumala

 

II. NCLP

      Proposals submitted to the District Collector to establish the child Labour bridge schools through Mandal Samakhyas at Lingapalem, Chintalapudi, Mogaltur and Devaraplli with the support of NCLP, West Godavari Dist.

III. Awareness initiatives

      6 CCs were sent to Machilipatnam for ILO Child Labour Training

      Kalajathas on Child Labour are being organized in above four Mandals

      Celebrated world Child Labour week  from June 12th to 19th in abover 4 Mandals

An exposure visit conducted to MV Foundation, Nalgonda District with the participation of Mandal Samakhya members, APMs, LA and CCs of Lingapalem, Mogalturu, Devarapalli and Chintalapudi.

 

MONITORING & LEARNING

MIS SYSTEMS IN PLACE

      Monthly MIS is being obtained from MBKs, MTCs, CCs and APMs to DPMU for onward submission to SPMU.

      Website Management Information System designed by M&L team and developed by CGG, Hyderabad is under implementation from the month of September 2004.

      SHG wise & VO wise corpus availability, utilization is being obtained form all Village Organizations to DPMU regularly.

      Designed special software to know the Demand Collection Balance of Grounded Sub-projects.

      Designed special software to know   monthly recovery and demand position of   RCL.

      Process Monitoring Team (AFPRO) assessment completed during the Month of February 2005(Round II) and the ATR was submitted.

 

COMMUNICATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS

      Conducted Training programme on communication skills and orientation on project concept, objects to the Artists of District cultural team.

      Selected and Trained Mandal cultural teams at Mandal level in all 18 project Mandals.

      Mandal cultural teams performed Kalajathas in all model village organizations for new group formation, creating awareness on Health, Nutrition and Social issues.

      Street play prepared and produced with DCT on women issues named as Gograhanam written by Tanikella Bharani.

      Street play prepared on Health and Nutrition, Child marriages, child Labour, Child rights.

      Street play prepared and produced with District Cultural Team on project concept and objectives Named as TOM.TOM written by prof. Bittu Venkateswarlu Head of the Dept. Theatre Arts P.S.Telugu University.Hyd.

      Street play prepared and performed on child labour child marriages named as RepatiMuddayulu.

      KalajathaTeams and CRPs are jointly visiting all model villages and creating awareness on group formations, internal lending, social issues.

      4 Kalajatha Teams formed and trained on Heath, Nutrition Institutional Deliveries, Water usage and to create awareness on individual Hygine, environmental maintenance.

 

RURAL JOURNALISTS/COMMUNITY REPORTS

      Rural Journalists identified from 36 from SHGs of project Mandals, trainings conducted for 3days and 18 community reporters selected and positioned for 18 Mandals.

      Community news letters are being published regular by since one year.

      Monthly review is being carried out.

 

ACTION PLAN

      Creating  awareness in rural folk on Health and Nutrition, Water Management with the help of  Kalajatha

      Conducting acting workshop for Artist Group with disable community By RRC - National School of Drama- Bangalore.

      Radio programmes CBOs, project staff. Preparation and Broad costing through AIR.

      Preparation of Kalajatha on Social agenda, Economic agenda- Gender bias;

      Women life cycle, trafficking, livelihoods women empowerment etc,.

      Recording success stories, best practices initiatives.

      Conducting Balamela, to the child labour, Dropouts.

      Film making and CD conversion  of project activities

      Exposure visits- kiosk operators to Hyderabad.

      Exposure visit to Chittoor DDS Zaheerabad for community reporters.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS

1.   Refresher trainings to CCs, APMs on environment management framework 

      imparted on    14th  and  15th   of October, 2004  by ERG members.

          2.   All sub-projects screened and assessed as per to EMF.

          3.   Follow up taken on some sub-projects which are level 1 and level 2 and

    Mitigation measures re suggested especially in agriculture, live stock &

    fodder management.

 

SUCCESS STORIES

Success stories images attached

 

SOCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT

       A total no. of 1554 SHG members have been covered under universal Health Insurance scheme of Govt. of India through Zilla Samakhya and an amount of Rs.3.64 lakhs has been remitted to United India Insurance Company.

       Livestock insurance is planned covering POP & Poor families owned Milch animals/sheep under social development Sub Projects during the year 2005-2006.

 

DIST. SPECIFIC  ISSUES

Post Tsunami relief & rehabilitation in West Godavari Dist.

The Tsunami tidal waves caused extensive loss of properties along the coastal belt of West Godavari Dist. on 26.12.2004. Immediately the Dist. Administration geared up the entire machinery and commenced rescue operations. In West Godavari Dist. 18 villages of 3 mandals were affected.

       No. of families affected                        :           3496

       No. of SHGs covered                          :           361

       No. of VOs covered                            :           25

       No. of boats lost                                  :           97

       No. of nets to be replaced                    :           397

       No. of iilu nets to be replaced   :           14

       No. of boats to be repaired                  :           266

       Total project cost as per MCP :           1.42 crores

Cost of boat repairs      :           0.35 crores

Working capital            :           0.28 crores

Cost of nets                  :           0.56 crores

Cost of new boats        :           0.23 crores

       Funding disbursement status from different sources

Subsidy component      :           1.01 crores

CIF amount                  :           0.74 crores

Bank loan                     :           0.45 crores

Grant from NGOs        :           0.48 crores

       Progress of rehabilitation

Supplied nets distribution completed

192 boats have been repaired

65 new boats constructed

 

PROCUREMENT

 

              The DPMU West Godavari is implementing National shopping procedure as communicated by the Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty, Hyderabad by the District Purchase committee and the procedure is as follows.

For purchase of any material in bulk, the DPMU is calling for quotations from reputed suppliers and finalizing the quotations through tender cum negotiation system by District Purchase committee headed by the Joint Collector, and the following are the other committee members are

[1]General Manager District Industries centre,

[2]Project Director District Water Management Agency,

[3]Executive Director Scheduled castes service Cooperative society,

[4]District Informatics Officer and

[5]The Project Director IKP and DRDA shall be the member Convener of the District

     Purchase committee. On approval of the quotations by the District Purchase

     Committee procurements are being made in a transparent manner.