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M&E Action Plan 2013-14. MSRLM. Maharashtra - Background information. 33 rural districts, 351 blocks and approximately 27000 Gram P anchayats (with population ranging between 700 to 70000) in approximately 44000 habitations

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Maharashtra background information
Maharashtra - Background information

  • 33 rural districts, 351 blocks and approximately 27000 Gram Panchayats (with population ranging between 700 to 70000) in approximately 44000 habitations

  • Approximately 5 lakh SHGs already formed out of which 2.37 lakh under SGSY

  • Despite having good mobilization, poor bank linkage of around Rs. 600 crore

  • Skewed HDI distribution and skewed income distribution

  • Regional imbalances and variations in aspirations of people

  • Active interventions from various departments of the State Government

  • Various livelihoods programs are on-going – e.g. CAIM, Tejasvini, MACP, WSHG, IWMP, NABARD schemes

Strategies adopted
Strategies adopted

  • Resource Blocks strategy :- 4 districts and 8 blocks with the help from RO i.e. SERP

  • Home grown models :-- 3 blocks in Wardha district with the help of “Sanghatikas” trained under SGSY- 6 blocks in 3 districts with MAVIM where considerable work has happened under IFAD funded “Tejasvini” project

Livelihoods innovation forum
Livelihoods Innovation Forum

  • To identify existing best practices which have worked in the area of Rural Poverty alleviation, recognize and award them and forge partnerships in future

Recruitment and training status
Recruitment and training status

  • *The recruitment is ongoing and will be completed by September 2013

  • **In 11 blocks in-charge MIS coordinators are appointed and trained. Permanent posts will be filled by September 2013.

Monitoring strategy and action plans
Monitoring strategy and Action Plans

  • Need for single SHG database – SHG inventory collection work started in 66 blocks after doing a pilot in one block

  • Data sharing agreements with banks on SHG –Bank linkage

  • Regular data collection from SHGs, VOs through MIS – either SANGRAM centers at GP level or tablet based book keeping?

  • HRIS for linking field results with individual performance and use it for feedback and evaluation

  • Process Monitoring once work begins in three strategic areas – RBS, Homegrown Models and Intensive Strategy in the rest

Evaluation strategy
Evaluation strategy

  • Visit of SO team and NMMU team to field areas to understand the field realities

  • Selection of appropriate methodology that will reflect adequately of the impact of the Mission (RCT, Regression Discontinuity Design, Tracking Survey), Sampling methodology

  • Detailed discussions with SO team and Prof. Ashwini Deshpande and Prof. Aniruddha Krishna

  • SO, plan to take up tracking survey over 6 years (3 rounds starting with a baseline) with Propensity Score matching methodology

  • Few studies planned for quality of Institutions and people’s collectives, status of Financial Inclusion and access to Financial Services to poor and Livelihoods status


  • Study of SHGs and People’s Collectives : RFP issued. Agency will be finalized this month

  • ToRs for FI and Livelihoods study ready, to be completed by appointing Individual Consultants