Micro-credit NEPED

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Microcredit by the NGO NEPED in the North East of India

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Micro-credit NEPED

  1. 1. WORKSHOP ON KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR RESULTS<br />Organized by: ILRI<br />Greenwood Resort, Guwahati<br />7th -9th April 2010 <br /> Nagaland Empowerment of People through Economic Development (NEPED)<br />
  2. 2. Mandate: Making Naga Communities economically<br />VIBRANT & INDEPENDENT<br />Mission:<br /><ul><li> NEPED as friend, philosopher & guide
  3. 3. as facilitator
  4. 4. clearing house on good agril. practices</li></li></ul><li>Phase I (1995-00) II (2001-05) III (2006-11)<br /><ul><li>No. of villages 854 104 63
  5. 5. Budget (Rs in cr) 12.85 12.8515.82
  6. 6. Activity Phase-I Addressed Jhum Phase-II Reinforced Jhum Phase-III Consolidate jhum</li></li></ul><li>STRUCTURE & PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS <br />Chief Minister<br />Chief Secretary<br />G o I<br />Project Steering Committee<br />G o N<br />Team Leader<br />State Agri Research Station<br />Other Research Partners<br />Project Operations Unit<br />D S U<br />VC/VDB<br />FARMER / WOMEN GROUPS &SHG<br />
  7. 7. SERVICE DELIVERY MECHANISM<br />NEPED<br />Grant-in-Aid<br />Loan Recovered<br />Village Council<br />Farmer<br />Women<br />SHG/Groups<br />Loan Recycled<br />Peer Pressure + VC/NMC<br />Farmer<br />Women<br />SHG/Groups<br />
  8. 8. SERVICE MODEL FEATURES<br />DONOR<br />NEPED<br /> DSU VC/VDB<br /> (District Adm. ) <br />NMC<br />LOANEE FARMERS<br />
  9. 9. ACHIEVEMENTS<br /><ul><li> Communities empowered through participatory approaches
  10. 10. Women involved in planning and implementation
  11. 11. Self employment opportunities
  12. 12. Micro-finance: Transition to market economy
  13. 13. Provide systemic access to financial resources
  14. 14. Reinforce ownership
  15. 15. Women’s empowerment through access to resources – </li></ul> 25% of funds<br />
  16. 16. REVOLVING FUND STATUS (2001-06)<br />☻Amount disbursed=826.04 lac☻Amount recovered=475.76 Lac☻Amount re-cycled =370.9 Lac<br />
  17. 17. CHALLENGES/OBSTACLES<br />1. ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL:<br /> Lack of co-ordination of line departments<br /> Poor documentation & reporting<br /> Limited human resources<br />2. FARMER COMMUNITY LEVEL:<br />Frequent change of village leaders (VC, VDB)<br /> Absence of organized markets<br /> Ignorance of post harvest technology/value add<br /> At times of natural calamities no support price<br />fixed by the government<br />3. ANIMAL PRODUCTION:<br />Service delivery system<br />
  18. 18. LESSONS LEARNT<br /><ul><li> Empowering traditional village institutions ensures effective </li></ul> implementation of any development activity<br /><ul><li> Women are more transparent, accountable & dependable
  19. 19. Respect Farmer’s knowledge as they know what is best
  20. 20. Flexibility in choosing activity for income generation
  21. 21. Participatory approaches works better rather than top down </li></ul> approach<br />
  22. 22. Thank You!<br />

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