ADI
ARTISAN DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE
Use pictures ! (sub center and services
given)
OVERVIEW
 Introduction
 Delivery Model
 Expected Outcomes
 Challenges
 Learnings
INTRODUCTION
 Beneficiaries: Artisans from Ayesha Abed
Foundation (AAF)
 6 Programs: WASH, CEP, HNPP, BEP, MF, HRLS
 Sp...
PROGRAMS
Sub-
centre
HRLS
MF
BEP
HNPP
CEP
WASH
Program Program
Component
WASH ---
HNPP MNCH (in 2
Foundations)
CEP Polli S...
DELIVERY MODEL
 Awareness
WASH HNPP CEP MF HRLS BEP
Cluster
Meeting
-Awareness
of proper
sanitation
and hygiene
habits
-P...
DELIVERY MODEL
 Services
WASH HNPP CEP MF HRLS BEP
Latrine grant ANC VGD Card Loan
Legal Aid
Refferal ---
Latrine repair ...
OPERATIONS
FLOW CHART
Programme Head
AAF
Area/ Cluster
In-charge
Sub-Centre
In-charge
Artisan
Committee
BRAC Program
Perso...
MONTHLY SCHEDULE
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Timing
All programs take place for one
hour
Frequency
All programs
take place...
CURRENT STATUS, JUNE 2013
Aarong AAF Aritsans
12 production centres
646 production sub-centres
35,000 artisans (25,000 act...
EXPECTED OUTCOMES
 Increase the livelihood of the artisans in select
targeted areas:
 Hygiene
 Health
 Financial stabi...
CHALLENGES I
Coordination
 Working with 8 Management Teams (6 BRAC
Programs, AAF, Aarong)
 Proper delegation of responsi...
CHALLENGES II
Achieving program objectives
 Retention of information and information loss
 Lack of incentives
 Artisans...
LEARNINGS
 Fixed schedules are
important, but
there still has to be enough
flexibility
 Without dedicated
budget, the pr...
THANK YOU
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Aarong's Tanvir Hossain presents at Social Innovation Lab's Innovation Forum on "Breaking down the silos: Lessons from cross-porgramme initiatives at BRAC"

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Artisan Development Initiative

  1. 1. ADI ARTISAN DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE Use pictures ! (sub center and services given)
  2. 2. OVERVIEW  Introduction  Delivery Model  Expected Outcomes  Challenges  Learnings
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  Beneficiaries: Artisans from Ayesha Abed Foundation (AAF)  6 Programs: WASH, CEP, HNPP, BEP, MF, HRLS  Specific components of the programs have been selected  The programs take place at the workplace from the artisans (the sub-centre)  The integration of the different programs is necessary for livelihood development
  4. 4. PROGRAMS Sub- centre HRLS MF BEP HNPP CEP WASH Program Program Component WASH --- HNPP MNCH (in 2 Foundations) CEP Polli Shomaj MF --- HRLS HRLE BEP ADP - APON
  5. 5. DELIVERY MODEL  Awareness WASH HNPP CEP MF HRLS BEP Cluster Meeting -Awareness of proper sanitation and hygiene habits -Proper maintenance of latrines at sub-centres Community Health Workers -Spread health awareness message - Provide access to low cost drugs Polli Shomaj -Committee participation - Popular theater Village Organiza tion -Financial Literacy HRLE -Awareness of legal and human rights, and services Legal Aid ADP/APON -Train artisans to facilitate workshops
  6. 6. DELIVERY MODEL  Services WASH HNPP CEP MF HRLS BEP Latrine grant ANC VGD Card Loan Legal Aid Refferal --- Latrine repair PNC VGF Card Savings Latrine loan Childcare Child Admission Tubewell Delivery subsidy Work Scholarship / stipend
  7. 7. OPERATIONS FLOW CHART Programme Head AAF Area/ Cluster In-charge Sub-Centre In-charge Artisan Committee BRAC Program Personnel Social Compliance Manager (Aarong) Senior Director, Aarong, AAF, BDFP BRAC Program Point PersonManager Operations, Centre Manager(AAF) Scheduling Social Compliance Officer Implement Report BRAC PO/PA/Shebika/ CHW
  8. 8. MONTHLY SCHEDULE Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Timing All programs take place for one hour Frequency All programs take place monthly, expect HRLS, BEP
  9. 9. CURRENT STATUS, JUNE 2013 Aarong AAF Aritsans 12 production centres 646 production sub-centres 35,000 artisans (25,000 active) 13 districts 24 22 15 5 23 25 16 20 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Total AAF Sub-Centre ADI Coverage Subcenter Coverage (+9) 1081 2442 777 2737 726 1112 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 WASH HNPP CEP MF HRLS BEP Total Artisan Enrollment by Program Total Artisans… Aarong Independent Producer Artisans 850 Producers 30,000 artisans 60 districts
  10. 10. EXPECTED OUTCOMES  Increase the livelihood of the artisans in select targeted areas:  Hygiene  Health  Financial stability  Legal issues  Empowerment  Spread awareness about BRAC  Artisans more dedicated at the workplace
  11. 11. CHALLENGES I Coordination  Working with 8 Management Teams (6 BRAC Programs, AAF, Aarong)  Proper delegation of responsibility  Scheduling according to our suggested times  Data management  No dedicated budget (coverage/capacity limitation)
  12. 12. CHALLENGES II Achieving program objectives  Retention of information and information loss  Lack of incentives  Artisans joining VOs
  13. 13. LEARNINGS  Fixed schedules are important, but there still has to be enough flexibility  Without dedicated budget, the process is slowed down and creates a rigid framework  Data should be integrated centrally for all programs and generate customized reports
  14. 14. THANK YOU

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