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NRLM-MGNREGA-PRI
Convergence:
A suggestive framework
Dibyendu
Sarkar, Commissioner, MGNREGS, West
Bengal
http://devdreamer...
How SHGs can support
implementation of MGNREGA
• Awareness generation through social
mobilization and inter-personal
commu...
How SHGs can support
implementation of MGNREGA
• Participation in Planning and preparation of
Labour Budget
– the SHG memb...
How SHGs can support
implementation of MGNREGA
• Participation in Monitoring and Supervision of
work
– SHGs may engage the...
How SHGs can support
implementation of MGNREGA
• Participation in Social audit
– SHG members may be part of the Social Aud...
How MGNREGA can support the SHGs
• MGNEGA itself can trigger formation of more
SHGs for implementation of collective
schem...
How SHGs can take the livelihood opportunities
developed through MGNREGS further
• Channelizing credit for strengthening
l...
PRI Convergence
• Build MGNREGA-NRLM Convergence in PRI
Training
• Give women Panchayat members key role
• Bring SHG Clust...
Some food for thought
• Can SHG be entrusted as PIA in MGNREGS?
• Should we fix up a percentage of MGNRGA
allocation for i...
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NRLM-MGNREGA-PRI Convergence

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Some thoughts on how the SHGs supported by the National Rural Literacy Mission can be used to enhance implementation of Mahatma Gandhi NREGA. This has been developed for a Workshop at Ranchi, Jharkhand on NRLM-MGNREGA-PRI Convergence for Livelihood Generation for the Poor.

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NRLM-MGNREGA-PRI Convergence

  1. 1. NRLM-MGNREGA-PRI Convergence: A suggestive framework Dibyendu Sarkar, Commissioner, MGNREGS, West Bengal http://devdreamer.blogspot.in
  2. 2. How SHGs can support implementation of MGNREGA • Awareness generation through social mobilization and inter-personal communication- SHGs may play key role • Identification of vulnerable households for implementation of schemes in the IBS Sector • Identification of smaller schemes for vulnerable households involving women workers • Working as an agency for registration of demand
  3. 3. How SHGs can support implementation of MGNREGA • Participation in Planning and preparation of Labour Budget – the SHG members belonging to the Sub-Clusters may visit house-to-house and also meet the job card holders in clusters to identify: – Which of the households have members willing to join MGNREGS workforce? – How many days the members would like to work in the programme? – What could be the seasonality of work demand? – What are the prospective schemes where work will be available and assets created? – What could be the works where women participation is easier?
  4. 4. How SHGs can support implementation of MGNREGA • Participation in Monitoring and Supervision of work – SHGs may engage their members as Supervisors at all worksites – SHG clusters and Federations may collectively monitor implementation of the Act and the Scheme at their respective level – SHG Clusters and Federations may be co-opted in the Vigilance & Monitoring Committees at different level
  5. 5. How SHGs can support implementation of MGNREGA • Participation in Social audit – SHG members may be part of the Social Audit Teams at the Gram Panchayat level – SHG Clusters and Federations may organize sensitization programme for their members on transparency and social audit provisions in MGNREGA – When actual Social Audit is conducted in the field, SHG Clusters and Federations may provide necessary inputs to the SA Teams – SHGs may collectively participate in SA Gram Sabhas
  6. 6. How MGNREGA can support the SHGs • MGNEGA itself can trigger formation of more SHGs for implementation of collective schemes • RGBNSK built with MGNREGS fund may be utilized for different social mobilization activities of the SHG Clusters and Federations • Individual and collective assets for SHG members an be developed through MGNREGS which can further be used for livelihood generation by the groups
  7. 7. How SHGs can take the livelihood opportunities developed through MGNREGS further • Channelizing credit for strengthening livelihood support activities taken up under MGNREGS • Forming special purpose groups to provide marketing linkage to the products, especially in group orchards
  8. 8. PRI Convergence • Build MGNREGA-NRLM Convergence in PRI Training • Give women Panchayat members key role • Bring SHG Clusters and Federations in Panchayat Sub-Committees/ Standing Committees • Make teams of PRI representatives and SHG functionaries for preparation of habitation- based MGNREGA implementation plans
  9. 9. Some food for thought • Can SHG be entrusted as PIA in MGNREGS? • Should we fix up a percentage of MGNRGA allocation for implementation of all-Women works? • What could be the specific works where women participation is easier to achieve?

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