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End of poverty - National Rural Livelihoods Mission (N.R.L.M). T. Vijay Kumar JS, Ministry of Rural Development Govt of India vjthallam@gmail.com. Poverty elimination through social mobilization , institution building , financial inclusion and a portfolio of sustainable livelihoods. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • End of poverty - National Rural Livelihoods Mission (N.R.L.M)

    T. Vijay KumarJS, Ministry of Rural Development Govt of Indiavjthallam@gmail.com

  • NRLM : GOAL - POVERTY ELIMINATION

    Poverty elimination through social mobilization, institution building, financial inclusion and a portfolio of sustainable livelihoods.VISION: Each poor family should have an annual income of at least Rs.50,000 per annum

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  • NRLM Task: to reach out to 7.0 crore rural poor households, and, stay engaged with them till they come out of abject poverty

    Mission - to do this in a time bound manner

  • N.R.L.M - LESSONS FROM LARGE SCALE EXPERIENCE IN THE COUNTRYEven an ultra-poor family can come out of abject poverty in 6 - 8 yearsProvided they are organised, nurtured, and, given continuous support by a dedicated support structure, both external and their own. Provided they are enabled to access financial support in repeat doses, min. Rs.1.0 lakh per family *

  • GUIDING PRINCIPLESOrganising the poor a prerequisite to poverty eradication a woman from each familyInclusion of the poorest Institutions of poor, greatest source of strength for the poor, S.H.Gs, federations, livelihoods collectivesDedicated, professional, sensitive support structure

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  • Poor to drive all project initiatives key role of social capital: S.H.G and federation leaders, community professionalsScaling through community best practitionersTransparency and accountabilityCommunity self reliance and self dependence

    *GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF N.R.L.M

  • BUILDING PRO-POOR FINANCIAL SECTOR

    Access to credit key to coming out of poverty. Out of Rs.100,000 per family required around 90% has to come from financial institutions.

    Financial inclusion at affordable cost holds the key

  • LIVELIHOODS PROMOTIONFour streams of livelihoods :

    coping with vulnerabilities debt bondage, food insecurity, migration, health shocks existing livelihoods stabilising, expanding them, and, making them sustainableself employment - micro-enterprise development skilled wage employment - opportunities in growing sectors of the economy

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  • VULNERABILITY REDUCTION

    VULNERABILITY REDUCTION the following issues will be tackled

    Indebtedness through debt swappingFood insecurity food security credit, grain banksHealth shocks health risk fund

  • STRENGTHENING EXISTING LIVELIHOODS

    Critical livelihoods are: agriculture, livestock, forestry and non-timber forest produce

    Promote institutions around livelihoods

    Promote end-to-end solutions, covering the entire value chain

    Key knowledge dissemination. Development of community professionals in a large number

  • SKILL DEVELOPMENT AND PLACEMENT

    Up-scaling of Skill development through public-private partnerships criticalTarget: 1 crore youth in 7 yearsSeparate models for tribal areas, minority concentrated districts education ( 9 months to 12 months residential ) + skills + placementCommunity professionals programmes for skilling local youth in agriculture, livestock, watersheds, N.T.F.P, etc.

  • SELF EMPLOYMENT AND MICRO ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT

    Entrepreneurship development among local youth to generate in situ employment

    Successful RUDSETI model will be replicated

    Necessary changes in the model will be made partnerships not only with banks but also private sector, N.G.Os , etc.

  • Convergence institutions of poor provide a platform for convergence and optimisation of all anti-poverty programmes Linkages with PRIsPartnerships with N.G.Os and CSOsPartnerships with industries, industry associations

    *KEY FEATURES OF N.R.L.M: CONVERGENCE AND PARTNERSHIPS

  • Dedicated sensitive support structures at all levels to trigger social mobilisation. A national mission management unitState wide sensitive support structure, full time dedicated head of the missionPositioning multi-disciplinary team of trained and competent professionals at state, district and sub-district level Quality human resources from open market and from Govt.

    *KEY FEATURES OF N.R.L.M: SENSITIVE SUPPORT

  • VISION : END OF POVERTY

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