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Institutional Models for Comprehensive Pilots Access Livelihoods Consulting India Private Limited Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Background – Institutions Node • Location :Hyderabad. • Coverage : 8 CP and 5 Nodes. • Time : 1 Year. • Core Team: 1) Ms. PrativaSundaray. 2) Mr. Yogesh Sharma. • Additional Members 1) Mr. GV Krishnagopal. 2) Mr. GVSarat Kumar. 3) Mr. Sasanka Singh. 4) Mr. SatyadeepPati 5)Mr. Sunil Singh
Key Activities for Institution Node • Deliverable Wise – • Assess Status of Institutions - Situation Analysis Report • Evolve CP wise and Node wise Plans for Implementation • Undertake Research – Develop Working Paper along with ReSRA • Develop Communication Material • Formulate Steering Committee of Experts
Overall Institutional Framework at CP Level Service Providers Services to Farmers
Definitions - • Linkage – With other development institutions (including government, banks, academic institutions and others) for mobilizing resources for supporting rainfed farming system • Partnership – With development institutions with a perspective long term strategic interest. Should be based on MOU and with longer duration where co – creation is possible • Community Enterprise Development – For development for community enterprises to provide long terms sustainable on going services
Status of Linkages and Partnerships • Very nascent right now • All CPs managed to mobilize resources from Government • but not significant with respect to scale • Lessons of WASSAN and SPS CP areas needs to be shared with all others to be replicated • Need to create District Level Convergence Forums as in case of WASSAN and Parivartan to be universalized in all CPs
Way forward • Inter-node collaboration; seed, fishery TNs • Design on Institutional aspect on primary , secondary membership/geography, services portfolio, Business rules (Workshop in May) • Research on Institutional model • Data on government department’s allocation of funds
Questions for Nodes and CPs • For every activity undertaken – • How do we ensure quality service to farmers and farming systems? For example – ensure vermi-compost developed is of good quality to impact soil quality. • How do we ensure service model stabilizes through revenue or grant sources? What is the model? • Who will ensure ongoing convergence with government department to enable regular reach of services to all farmers? • How do we sustain services to the farmers in Rainfed Farming Systems?
Experts Steering Committee • Prof MS Sriram – Visiting Faculty – IIM B and Udaipur • Prof KV Raju – Faculty, Institute of Rural Management • Prof LKVaswani – Director, KSRM • Mr V Vivekanandan – Advisory, SIFFS • Mr MP Vasimalai – Executive Director, Dhan Foundation • MrNarenderKande– Gates Foundation • MrJagdishRao – Executive Director, Foundation for Ecological Security • Mr B Belavadi – Ex Executive Director, NDDB