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EBEK Project Activities:

New Dimension of Digital Management


Dream of honorable pm ebek

Dream of Honorable PM : EBEK

  • Vision: A middle income nation by 2021.

  • One of the Means: Poverty alleviation through livelihood security using the human potential of the poor

  • Tasks:

    • Select the poor and form cooperatives

    • Give training i.e. develop their skill

    • Sharpening their human potential

    • Let them sit together and find their needs

    • Ensure funding according to their needs


  • Identity of the poor

    Identity of the poor

    • Who is a poor?

    • Lack of human development facilities i.e. Non fulfillment of the basic needs :

      a. Ultra poor- One who has very limited access to food, cloth, shelter etc.

      b. Poor- Insufficient food, cloth, shelter, education, health facilities (i.e. limited access to those).


    Why he she is poor

    Why he/she is poor?

    • He has no purchasing power or accessibility to market

    • Because he has no money due to lack of income

    • Because he has no work ( i.e. no livelihood) that’s why he is poor.


    Theme of poverty alleviation in ebek

    THEME OF POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN EBEK

    • Ensure work as livelihood

    • Through use of human potential creating Income generation

    • Increase purchasing power and access to market

    • Poverty may reduce as ultimate outcome

    • Sustainable livelihood may lead sustainable poverty alleviation


    Salient features of ebek project

    Salient features of EBEK project

    • Goal: The intrinsic goal of the project is to reduce national poverty to 20% from 40% by 2015 through developing each of the houses of the country as a unit of agro economic activities by utilizing human and financial resources of the family members ensuring livelihood.


    Specific objectives 1

    Specific objectives-1

    • Bring all (85,000) villages of the country under Village Development Organization (VDO) comprising 60 members for each by 2013.

    • Develop each household (51,00,000) of Bangladesh as an ideal agro farm by 2013.

    • Train up 4,25,000 workers (5 from each village) on Agriculture, Home gardening, Fish culture, Poultry and Livestock by 2012.

    • Establish 5 (five) exhibition farms in each village by 2012.

    • Establish agro farms in rest of the possible households of each village following the exhibition farms by 2013.

    • Develop mutual fund for each member/beneficiary through giving incentive TK 200 per month (TK 2,400 per year) as grant by June, 2013.


    Specific objectives 2

    Specific objectives-2

    • Develop common fund for each village organization through yearly incentives Tk. 150,000 by June, 2013.

    • Develop Tk 900,000 cumulative common fund for the villagers under the title of village development organization by June, 2013.

    • Develop marketing centers at sub-district level ensuing market facilities for the farmer by 2015.

    • Develop food processing and cold storage facilities at sub-district level for the producers/ farmers by 2015.


    Revised project profile 1 st phase

    Revised project profile (1st phase)

    • Area: 64 districts & 483 upazilas (instead of 482)

    • Four unions from each upazila i.e. 1932 unions (instead of 1928)

    • Nine villages from each union i.e. 17,388 villages (instead of 9,640)

    • Sixty HH from each village i.e. 10,43,280 HH (instead of 5,78,400)

    • Fund: 1492 crore instead of 1197 crore

    • Project period: June 2009 to June 2013 instead of 2014


    Actions and responsibilities under ebek

    ACTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER EBEK

    • STRATEGIES

    • PROCESS

    • FUNDING

    • RESPONSIBILITIES

    • REPORTING


    Strategies missions

    Strategies & Missions

    • Five people from the 60 members of the village would be taken for long training to make specialized agro, fishery, nursery and livestock activities as volunteer with a view to establish five exhibition farms for the villagers.

    • The skilled volunteers would give training and assist other members to build new farms accordingly.

    • The members should sit in the weekly & monthly village development meeting and identify their needs for livelihood activities.

    • After identification of their needs, each of them will apply for fund from the common fund of the VDO.

    • After getting fund they will do their farming and thus each household (if opportunities would be available) of Bangladesh will become a unit of agro economic activities.

    • The fund getting as loan from the village organization would be refunded to the common fund along with some service charges which would be also the part of their common fund.


    Strategies missions1

    Strategies & Missions

    • The skilled volunteers would give training and assist other members to build new farms accordingly.

    • The members should sit in the weekly & monthly village development meeting and identify their needs for livelihood activities.

    • After identification of their needs, each of them will apply for fund from the common fund of the VDO.

    • After getting fund they will do their farming and thus each household (if opportunities would be available) of Bangladesh will become a unit of agro economic activities.

    • The fund getting as loan from the village organization would be refunded to the common fund along with some service charges which would be also the part of their common fund.


    Strategy digital management

    Strategy: Digital management

    • Each village organization would have ID

    • Each member would have individual ID card like NID

    • All the data would be worked under a software and preserved in a server

    • Each financial transaction would be done through mobile banking and or SMS which would be reflected in the central server at EBEK Project office

    • We are thinking of on line upazila monitoring through the system by UNO


    Digital management for

    Digital management for-

    • Efficient and quick implementation

    • Transparency

    • Trust of the people

    • Lessening of the manpower

    • Effective monitoring

    • Ensure full utilization of public money

    • Reduction of misappropriation of public fund


    Working process step 1 village selection

    Working process (Step-1): Village selection

    • UNO will select villages with his committee giving ID according to the instruction

    • Nine village in each union i.e. 1 village from each ward, 5 were selected earlier, only 4 new villages would be selected

    • Each ward would be divided into two units irrespective of number of villages

    • One unit would be taken as a village under EBEK project activities

    • The 2nd unit would be taken in the second phase


    Working process step 2 beneficiary hh selection

    Working process (Step-2): Beneficiary HH selection

    • UNO will appoint a committee headed by a tag officer

    • Committee members will go to the village (selected by the village selection committee),

    • Develop informal relations with the people like teacher, retired persons, people’s representatives

    • Finally invite a common and open public meeting to select the beneficiary according to the criteria


    Criteria of beneficiary selection

    Criteria of beneficiary selection

    • Poor with no land

    • Poor with 30 decimal land with homestead

    • Poor with 50 decimal land with homestead

    • Poor with 100 decimal land in char area

    • Note:

      • Priority: Freedom fighter and no holding & land development tax or minimum tax

    • Definition of poor:

      • One who is known as poor to the villagers and selected as poor in the open meeting


    Working process step 3 formation of vdo

    Working process (Step-3): Formation of VDO

    • BSC will explain different type of memberships e.g. ordinary member (the poor 60), special member (any volunteer like ret officials or benevolent who would not get any financial benefit) and advisor member (the absentee landowner like the Hon PM)

    • Then the BSC will form the VDO (samitee) and give the ID (as collected from UNO) in the open meeting

    • The BSC will then set the Member ID according to the instructions


    Working process step 4 five volunteers from members

    Working process (Step-4): Five Volunteers from members

    • BSC and VDO jointly select 5 volunteers on Agro, fishery, livestock, poultry, nursery & composting

    • Train them up on those trades by upazila NB departments

    • Exhibition farms would be developed with them

    • They would be the pioneers and helpers to assist others


    Working process step 5 weekly evening meeting and savings

    Working process (Step-5): Weekly evening meeting and Savings

    • One a specific day of the week the committee will sit together along with the members

    • The members will deposit their weekly savings TK10 to 50.

    • The manager will give entry the amount to the member pass book

    • If possible the member or the manager will deposit it to Project account through SMS or mobile banking

    • The mobile banking agent will be in the meeting on the specific day (if possible)


    Weekly evening meeting and discussion on crosscutting issues

    Weekly evening meeting and discussion on crosscutting issues

    • Crosscutting issues like education, family planning, law & order, teasing, sanitation etc will be discussed

    • Concerned officials of the upazila may attend the meeting to help and appraise them properly

    • Members may also submit written complain to officials concerned to take necessary steps


    Weekly evening meeting and need based project selection step 6

    Weekly evening meeting and need-based project selection (Step-6)

    • In the evening meeting the members may explain their livelihood needs i.e. working needs

    • Depending on that needs they may take project individually or in group

    • The committee will recommend the proposal after primary security

    • Coordinator/RDO will approve the proposal according to the provision of the manual


    Receiving fund step 7

    Receiving fund (step-7)

    • After approval he/she may get the fund from the mobile banking agent either at the village meeting or at union information and service centre (UISC)

    • The loanee will do his/her project taking one/two members of the committee as witness in particular during any purchase

    • Assets distributed earlier would be part of present process


    Deposition of installment step 8

    Deposition of installment (step-8)

    • VDC will fix the installment depending on the nature of work/project: whether it would give benefit/profit within month or half-year or so on.

    • The refund would be made along with 8% service charges like sustainability fund, establishment, infrastructure, disaster, profit etc as directed in the manual

    • Installment deposition will be made in the same process: manually in the book & digitally as discussed earlier


    Report return

    Report-return

    • Monthly report would be prepared by the filed organizer on the activities of the VDO

    • The report would be compiled by Coordinator/RDO and sent to DD, BRDB and Project office online

    • In the meantime all the upazila would be linked with broadband by A2I of PMO.

    • Project will supply receptor within December 2011 & the network would be established by June 2012 by Alwayson network.


    Work plan

    Work plan


    Responsibilities of uno

    Responsibilities of UNO

    • He is the Focal Point & controlling authority on behalf of the project at Upazila

    • He is the DDO & head of the purchase committee

    • He will select the union along with his committee

    • He will appoint beneficiary selection committee


    Responsibilities of rdo coordinator

    Responsibilities of RDO & coordinator

    • Both are responsible for smooth implementation of the project

    • Till further instruction all the file will be initiated and preserved by project office and RDO will remain as cosignatory with the UNO.

    • Each VDO will be visited at least thrice a month by the Coordinator and twice by RDO

    • All the report/return will be sent with joint signature and each of them would be sent to UNO for his information as UNO may give the PD any information at any time


    Responsibilities of adc gen

    Responsibilities of ADC (Gen)

    • He is the district focal point

    • He will work on behalf of the DC

    • He will keep intensive watch on the project activities of the district

    • He will supervise the work of the UNO

    • He will monitor the work of the UNO

    • He will feed the DC & PD and extend administrative help to the DD, BRDB


    Responsibility of dd brdb

    Responsibility of DD, BRDB

    • He is the District coordinator of the project

    • He will coordinate and monitor both RDO and Coordinator’s work

    • He will feed ADC (Gen) and PD

    • He will take disciplinary steps against RDO & Coordinator for any negligence to project work with prior discussion with PD keeping inform the ADC(Gen).


    Ebek is an integrated responsibility

    EBEK is an integrated responsibility

    • The nation building departments are practically involve with the project

    • Along with project personnel, BRDB and Field administration are directly responsible for its proper implementation

    • Civil society, media, people’s representatives are also major stakeholders for EBEK

    • RDO,DD,UNO and ADC (Gen) should consider those stakeholders as helping forces


    Our responsibility as the sons of the soil

    Our responsibility as the sons of the soil

    • We are the fortunate sons of this soil

    • We must have the responsibility to help the backward class of the country

    • As public servant we must have that courage and spirit to help them as much as possible from our individual and official end

    • This would be our belief, our endeavor/ work and our promise.


    Urge and pray

    Urge and Pray

    May the almighty help us to serve the poor


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