Implementation Status of MGNREGA


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This presentation highlights the issues in the implementation of MGNREGA in India, our interventions to address the underlying issues and its impact on the community.

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Implementation Status of MGNREGA

  1. 1. National Wage Rate 138.56 100.64 138.56 increased by 50% 151.61 136.28 108.93 India 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 Source : NREGA MIS
  2. 2. Employment provided to the Households ( in lakh) Total SC ST 498.76 418.606 113.914 81.99 2012-13 Decreasing number of employment provided to the overall, SC and ST Households 97.518 67.76 2013-14 Source : NREGA MIS
  3. 3. Average days of employment provided per Household Average number of days 54 46.2 47 42 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Decrease in approx. 16 days since 2009-10 38.5 2012-13 2013-14 Source : NREGA MIS
  4. 4. Issues • Lack of awareness about the basic provision of demanding work. • Delays in payment. • Time lag between work demanded and work given • Lack of proper planning and monitoring system • Insufficient involvement of PRIs • Lack of Context specific projects and convergence
  5. 5. Helping the community (both men and women ) to prepare a village level annual work plan Supporting women to have control over their income by promoting and supporting the opening of separate bank accounts for them to receive their wages. Awareness generation among community about the provisions under the act MGNREGA Supporting Gram Sabhas to use tools such as RTI, social audit, public hearings. Creating a cadre of youth (men and women ) who maintain muster rolls, measure the work done. Supporting poor and landless families in filling the application forms, applying for work and opening a bank account
  6. 6. No . of days of work generated • Average employment days per job card under MNREGS has increased from 30 – 35 to 40 – 50 days per year across the project area. • 2388 Baiga (particularly vulnerable tribal) families receiving more than 80 days(which is more than double of National Average Wage) of employment under NREGA with an average increase in annual family income of approximately Rs. 5000 in Kabirdham district of Chhattisgarh.
  7. 7. MGNREGA funds for developing durable assets • Inclusion of land development work into the list of work under MGNREGA resulted into the development of 88.78 hectares (220.2 acres) of land which is now ready for agriculture.
  8. 8. • Families in Chandrapur district are earning Rs 10,000 per month from MNREGA.