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Community based monitoring

  1. 1. Community BasedMonitoring in ICDS
  2. 2. Community BasedMonitoring It is a Process of Periodic Follow up of Programme Implementation It checks the coverage and quality of services provided to the intended beneficiaries It is driven by the community needs, information and values
  3. 3. Contd……. It increases the accountability It generates information in the process of involvement It strengthens local decision making, Community capacity and and effective public participation
  4. 4. CBM is useful• Diagnose the problems at local level•Formulate appropriate plans andprogrammes to address the problems• Allocate the desired resources• Identify the targeted beneficiaries whohave been affected by the problems• Monitor and assess the impact of theprogramme
  5. 5. Guiding Principles of CBM Participation and Ownership of the programme Transparency and Accountability Equity and Equality among members Rights and Dignity of the Members Improving Service Delivery in the community
  6. 6. Techniques of CBM• Participatory Approach•Gathering Information regularly•Social Audit•Monitoring by GramSabha/Panchayat
  7. 7. Community BasedMonitoring D is t r ic t le v e l B a l v ik a s M a h ila S a m it y B lo c k le v e l B a l v ik a s M a h ila S a m it y V illa g e le v e l B a l v ik a s M a h ila S a m it y
  8. 8. V illa g e B a l v ik a s M a h ila S a m it y C h a ir p e r s o n S e n io r m o s t E l e c t e d V i ll a g e P a n c h a y a t Lady M em ber M em ber M a h il a M a n d a l P a d h a n A n g a n w a d i W o rk e rE le c t e d L a d y m e m b e r o f t h e v i ll a g e Or Local w om en Leader
  9. 9. Activities: To meet once in a month submit its findings to BBVMS; To monitor & evaluate the programmes being implemented in the village level; To review the existing status of community Services; To aware the community on specific schemes of Women & Children; To promote & improve community
  10. 10. B lo c k le v e l B a l v ik a s M a h ila S a m it y C h a i r p e rs o n S e n io r m o s t B lo c k P a n c h a y a t L a d y M e m b e r M em ber M em ber M e m b e r S e c re ta ry R p re s e n ta ti v e s o f N G O B lo c k P a n c h a y a t L a d y m e m b e r C h ild D e v e lo p m e n tW o rk i n g i n th e fi e l d o f w o m e n & Or P ro j e c t O ffi c e r C h ild D e v e lo p m e n t Local w om en Leader
  11. 11. Activities: To review and evaluate the status of various schemes at block level; to look after the service delivery ofdifferent schemes relating to women andchild development; Convergence of intersectional servicesin the AWCs and its impacts; Submit recommendation to the DistrictLevel Bal Vikas Mahila Samity.
  12. 12. D is t r ic t le v e lB a l v ik a s M a h ila S a m it y C h a i r p e rs o n S e n i o r m o s t Z i l a P a ri s h a d W o m e nR p re s e n ta ti v e s o f N G O M em ber D i s tri c t S o c i a l W e l f a re O ffi c e r E l e c te d Z P L a d y m e m b e r Or Local wom en Leader
  13. 13. Activities to meet at least once in a quarter and submit its findings to the Director ,ICDS; to review and evaluate the women and child welfare schemes at the district level; More focus and attention on delivery of services of different women and childwelfare schemes; Improving and strengthening theImplementation of schemes Submit recommendation to the DirectorICDS indicating action required.
  14. 14. Area of Monitoring☺Regular Functioning of AWC☺Distribution of Supplementary food☺Growth monitoring☺Regular health checkup and immunization☺ Enrolement for preschool education at AWC☺ Availablity of PSE materials at AWC☺Organising NHE sessions & participation of women☺Involvement of community in ICDS
  15. 15. Development by MWCD CBM Mechanisms envisaged constitution of Bal Vikas Mahila Samitis at the Village, Block and District Levels (Vide F.No- NI/NO.12-11/93 CD-I dated 20.1. 1994) Officials of various levels and PRIs to be involved in monitoring of AWCs activities to strengthen monitoring mechanism (F.No. 16-3/2004-ME (Pt) dated 22.10.2010)
  16. 16. Involvement of PRIs Regularity in functioning of AWCs Regularity in Supplementary Feeding (THR, RTE, HCF), -quality and acceptance by community Coverage of all households and eligible beneficiaries Regular weighing of children Regular Supply of IFA, Vit-A and Deworming medicines by Health Organization of Joint Meeting of ICDS and Health Monthly observance of VHND Availability of prescribed records and registers at AWCs
  17. 17. Contd----- Monitoring of regular payment of honorarium of AWCs and its maintenance Community Mobilization by motivating people to participate in ICDS service delivery Involvement in Health, Nutrition and Sanitation education
  18. 18. Development by MWCD CBM Mechanisms envisaged constitution of Bal Vikas Mahila Samitis at the Village, Block and District Levels (Vide F.No- NI/NO.12- 11/93 CD-I dated 20.1. 1994) Officials of various levels and PRIs to be involved in monitoring of AWCs activities to strengthen monitoring mechanism (F.No. 16-3/2004-ME (Pt) dated 22.10.2010)
  19. 19. Monitoring and ReviewCommittee (F.No.16-8/2010-ME dated 31-3-2011)1. National Level Monitoring & Review Committee2. Sate Level Monitoring & Review Committee3. District Level Monitoring & Review Committee4. Block Level Monitoring & Review Committee5. Anganwadi Level Monitoring and Support Committee

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