To improve the housing and infrastructure conditions and overall living environment of SEWA members;
To create improved access to important services such as shelter finance, legal advice, technical assistance, information on housing market and shelter related income opportunities for poor working women.
To influence housing and infrastructure related urban and rural development policies and programmes and bring the benefits of these policies within the reach
GMHST & SEWA’s influence at Policy Basic Design & Material specified by Govt. SEWA’s proposal for linkages with in-house habitat resource centre Process Ongoing Result: Linkages of in-house building centre with Government schemes Land Allocation & beneficiary Selection District Development Officer Allotment of villages & beneficiaries SEWA’s selection of villages based on max. membership Non-member beneficiaries later taken as SEWA members Fund Flow State Government District Taluka NGO’s ( Initial investment by NGO’s, later reimbursed by Govt.)
Committee members Purchase & record keeping Land Allocation Own Beneficiary Land. Beneficiary Selection Govt. Packages based on category Limitations in category list –no. of re-surveys Unclear category selection Policy Result in non-provision of scheme to really affected people Fund Flow Total Grant disbursed initially to NGOs Participatory Implementing Approach Design: evolved with beneficiary & local needs Community capacity building through technical & system related Trainings Involvement of local community in whole process Village Head Liasoning with Govt. & beneficiary selection
From the above information we can see that 12% people are beneficiary of Ujala Yojna, 20% people are beneficiary of Parivartan Yojna, 24% people are beneficiary of Karmika Project , 32% people are beneficiary of Reconstruction Project and 12% people are beneficiary of Aawas Yojna.
INTERPRETATION:- From the above information we can see that 68% of beneficiary of MHT got loan through MHT. Sr. No. Particular Frequency % 1 Yes 17 68 2 No 08 32 Total 25 100
SR.NO. Particular Frequency % 1 Go to bank for paying 03 18 2 MHT’S emp. Come for collecting 14 82 3 By other way 00 00 TOTAL 17 100
As per above graph we can interpret that 64% beneficiary are fully satisfied with MHT’S service, 32% beneficiary are fully satisfied with MHT’S servise,4% beneficiary are fully satisfied with MHT’S service and no one told that he/she is not dissatisfied with MHT’S service. satisfaction level is very high in MHT’s beneficiary.
SR.NO. Particular Frequency % 1 Insurance 15 60 2 Savings/Current A/c 7 28 3 Labor Union 3 12 TOTAL 25 100
MHT as a sister organization of SEWA is working on various projects whose main aim is development of lower income group of the society It works for their upliftment and to improve their standard of living in the society as a whole. It has improved the housing and infrastructure conditions and overall living environment of SEWA members It has provided safe and legal electricity supply to slum residents with the help of AMC, AEC and NGOs . It also involves slum dwellers in the supply and payment of dues through CBOs (community based org.)