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NATIONAL RURAL LIVELIHOODS MISSION [NRLM]. Panchayati Raj Department Government of Orissa. DECISIONS TAKEN ON IMPLEMENTATION OF NRLM . OPRM to be amended into National Rural Livelihoods Mission: Orissa (NRLM-O) State Level NRLM Mission under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble CM Orissa

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  1. NATIONAL RURAL LIVELIHOODS MISSION [NRLM] Panchayati Raj Department Government of Orissa


  3. OPRM to be amended into National Rural Livelihoods Mission: Orissa (NRLM-O) • State Level NRLM Mission • under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble CM Orissa • Hon’ble Minister Panchayat Raj and others as member • Governing Body • Under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary , • DC ,APC and other officials as member • Executive Committee • Under the chairmanship of Secretary Panchayat Raj and Mission Director NRLM as member Secretary. • Mission Directorate • Under the overall charge of Mission Director NRLM.

  4. State Project Management Unit of TRIPTI to function as the State Mission Management Unit for NRLM-Orissa • District and Block management unit to function as DMMU and BMMU. • District Collector to be designated as the District Mission Leader • Project Director, DRDA to be Additional District Mission Leader • DMMUwill function under DRDA • DSMS CE to function under DRDA as part of District Mission • BMMUwill function under Panchayat Samiti • Existing structure of Mission Shakti at Block and Sub-block level to be integrated into NRLM – Services of trained Shakti Sahayikas to be utilized in NRLM. • All SHGs to be promoted as “Mission Shakti Groups (MSG) • All CRP to be promoted as Mission Shakti Sahayika

  5. One Woman From each HH Member Member Member Member Member MISSION SHAKTI GROUP (MSG) 10-20 Members (5-20 in case of vulnerable Groups) SHAKTI SAHAYIKA (Community Resource Person) 5- 20 MSGs (1 to 2 Villages) MISSION SHAKTI CLUSTER FORUM (MS-CF) Representatives of Member CFs MISSION SHAKTI G.P. FEDERATION (MS-GPF) Representatives of Member GPFs MISSION SHAKTI BLOCK FEDERATION (MS-BF)


  7. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY Intensive Blocks • Group Formation • Capacity Building • Revolving Fund for Groups (PPIF) • Capital Subsidy (CIF) • Livelihoods(Value-chain) • Social Development Non-Intensive Blocks • Focus on existing groups: their capacity building • CRP selection • Revolving Fund to Groups • Support for IG activities as under SGSY


  9. FUNDING & COVERAGE • Central allocation on the basis of incidence of poverty. • State to cover all districts and blocks by end of 12th FY: 2012-2017 • Centrally Sponsored scheme:75:25 funding pattern.

  10. ELIGIBLE ITEMS UNDER EXPENDITURE • Institution Building – Participatory vulnerability assessment, formation/ promotion of new SHGs, federations and other collectives • Training & Capacity building – of institutions of the poor, CRPs, staff and other stakeholders; includes knowledge dissemination, education and advocacy • Revolving Fund • Capital subsidy • Interest Subsidy • Infrastructure Marketing • Skills and Placements Projects • Administrative cost – Mission (Programme) management costs including costs of monitoring, evaluation & learning

  11. ROLE OF PRI UNDER NRLM • Identification and mobilization of BPL households into SHGs, with priority to the SC, ST • households especially primitive tribal groups, poorest of the poor HHs, women headed households and households engaged in declining occupations; • Facilitating federation of SHGs at the village/gram Panchayat level/ block level and providing basic facilities for the effective functioning of such federations in terms of providing accommodation for federation office and such other basic facilities; • Incorporating and making suitable financial allocations to the priority demands of the SHGs and their federations in the annual plans/ activities of the PRIs; • Entrusting execution of Panchayat activities including civil works to SHGs and their federations on a priority basis; • Leasing out Panchayat resources such as fishing ponds/tanks, common property resources, market yards, buildings and other properties to the SHGs and their federations for proper management and maintenance; • Entrusting responsibility for collection of Panchayat revenues including house property tax to the SHGs for a small fee; and • Entrusting management and maintenance of select civic amenities to the SHGs. • Coordinating with different departments and agencies on behalf of the SHG network. • Any other activity which could be taken up by the members of the SHGs or their federations.


  13. Community Resource Persons identified and selection process completed in 88 GPs. • Assessment of SHGs to release Pro-Poor Inclusion Fund ( 10,000) has started and proposals submitted at SPMU for release of fund. • 196696 unemployed rural youths identified in 430 GPs.


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