SAHYOGIndian Council for Public Private Partnership
About SAHYOGMission StatementTo advocate and facilitate Public-PrivatePartnerships in the areas of ‘Public PolicyFormulation” and “Provision of Infrastructure &Services”Focus Areas“Provision of Public Infrastructure” in Urban Centersand “Creation of Livelihood Opportunities” in RuralIndia
About SAHYOGOperational StructureSahyog was registered as a trust in March 2006, in Bangalore, underIndian Trust Act and in accordance with the Income Tax Act of 1961.Sahyog has 3 trustees, namely RK Misra, Sunil Jalihal & Vinod Chandran,all successful entrepreneurs, who have committed themselves to furtherthe mission and objectives of the trust as stated.Sahyog mobilizes project specific resources from it’s trustees and othercontributors with specific mandate for the identified and approvedprojects.Projects thus undertaken are managed, executed and audited as per theguidelines, which are agreed upon by the stakeholders and contributors tothese projects.
SAHYOG - Flood Victim Housing ProjectNeed – North Karnataka has been devastated by recent floods, leaving millions Homelesswith No Means of LivelihoodProject (Shelter) – Provide Low Cost-High Quality 1 BHK “Cluster Rural Dwelling Units” ofOne Bed Room with Kitchen, Hall with attached ToiletsProject (Livelihood) - Also provide means of livelihood by providing non-agricultural incomegeneration opportunities by way of dairy – One crossbreed milk yielding cow to each familyAdministrative Interface – A dedicated nodal officer has been appointed by the districtminister-in-charge to coordinate land allotment and other approval for all SAHYOG projectsLocation – Bagalkot District. Talukas/Villages are being finalized with the Nodal OfficerExecution & Oversight – A reputed architect of BLR, appointed as project coordinator, he isalso a native from this region. Local cement companies has promised to supply cement atcost. Contractors will be local. Beneficiaries will be asked to contribute by way of labourProject Management & Audit – An independent PMC will be appointed to ensure qualityand timely execution of the project. He will also do the cost & quality audit of the projectCost & Financing – A cluster of 6 units with courtyard will cost Rs. 8.4 Lakhs.DONORS will be recognized by naming Housing Clusters in their NAME.
SAHYOG - Flood Victim Housing ProjectCompact, Liveable and Sturdy, these homes would be built out of Localstone boulders and skills of people in the community of Rehabilitation.Plan of each home is a deviation from the usual box like appearance andnumber of units clustered together around a courtyard for achieving asense of community living.Clusters of various configurations could be articulated and placed aroundto achieve a layout typical of a village rather than a city grid iron patternwhich is usually followed.Larger clusters may be arranged around community spaces such asparks, playgrounds. Schools and other amenities can be planned inappropriate locations within a village plan.In essence this program is about creating newer villages with a plannedapproach to utilities and are aimed not just at shelter but “Living withDignity”.
SAHYOG - Rural Housing - FactsUNIT SPECSSINGLE UNIT AREA – 331.31 SQ.FTCLUSTER AREA – 2044.36 SQ.FT (6 Units)CARPET AREA OF SINGLE UNIT – 287.54 SQ.FTMATERIAL SPECSFOUNDATION – RUBBLE STONE MASONRYFLOORING – CEMENT OXIDE FLOORINGTOILETS – FINISHED WITH CEMENT OXIDE ON WALLS AND FLOORWINDOWS – RCC FRAMES / MS FRAMES WITH MILD STEEL SHUTTERSDOORS – BLOCK BOARD WITH ENAMEL PAINT FINISHROOF – RCC FILLER SLAB CONSTRUCTION (For Heat Insulation -Higher Time Lag)WALLS – BOULDER BLOCKS (USING LOCAL STONES) or LIGHT WT HOLLOW BLOCKSPLASTERING – CEMENT PLASTERING (INSIDE ONLY)ESTIMATION – A cluster of 6 units with courtyard will cost Rs. 8.4 Lakhs.
SAHYOG - InfrastructureInitiativesBangalore’s first PPP RoadsLocation- Airport –Whitefield Road, Bannerghatta Road & Sarjapura RoadDescription – The first such PPP initiative in Karnataka , to widen and develop above 3roads in IT corridor of Bangalore with a 50:50 cost sharing between the government andprivate contributors.Project Size – Total of 20 Kms of 4 lane roads at a total cost of Rs. 22 CroresStake Holders – Government of Karnataka & Private Enterprises having business interestsaround these areasStatus – Completed in all respects in 2007 with high quality road infrastructure to thecomplete satisfaction of all stakeholdersSahyog’s Role – Owner & Promoter of the initiative. Executed via an MoU among the PPPstakeholders . Project planning , monitoring and management was done by Sahyog.
SAHYOG - InfrastructureInitiativesBangalore’s 19 IT/BT Roads – Redesign & ImprovementsLocation- Major Roads in Indiranagar, Koramangala and CBD areas of BangaloreDescription – In 2006, given pathetic condition of roads & under pressure from IT/BTindustry , the then Chief Minister Mr. Dharam Singh appointed an “Empowered Committeeon Infrastructure “ under his chairmanship with Chief Secretary and RK Misra as co-conveners to improve the arterial and sub-arterial roads in the above localities of Bangalore.Project Size – Total of 96 Kms of roads at a total cost of Rs. 160 CroresStake Holders – Government of Karnataka & BBMPStatus – Completed in all respects in 2008 with minimum interference from vested interests,thusensuring high quality and transparencySahyog’s Role – Finalized the specifications for the Model Road Infrastructure andprovided techno-managerial inputs to project managers. RK Misra, as co-convener of theempowered committee, ensured the resource allocation and coordinated the interactionamong various government agencies involved in the project.
SAHYOG - InfrastructureInitiativesMahadevapura/Whitefield Agenda Task ForceLocation- Mahadevapura/Whitefield Constituency (East Bangalore)Description – In 2008, Local MLA and Higher Education Minister, Arvind Limbavali wantedto put in place an integrated develop plan for his constituency for the next 5 years. Hewanted active participation of various stakeholders including citizens in a PPP model. Herequested SAHYOG, which had prior experience of working on PPP projects in the area.Project Scope/Size – Several hundred Crore rupees for the development of physical, socialand educational infrastructure – including roads, parks, public transport, lakes, primary/secondary schools, public libraries, sports facilities, Primary Health Centers and two 100Bed hospitalsStake Holders – Various departments of Government of Karnataka , BDA, BBMP , PublicRepresentatives , Industries, Local Business and CitizensStatus – A comprehensive blue-print has been prepared . Work-in progress on all projectsSahyog’s Role – RK Misra is the Co-Chairman of the Task Force while Sahyog Volunteersare spearheading various initiatives
SAHYOG - Livelihood InitiativesRajasthan Mission on LivelihoodLocation- Rajasthan StateDescription – In 2007, SAHYOG was invited by the government of Rajasthan to be on theadvisory panel of the Chief Minister to work on a strategy to provided vocational training andlivelihood opportunities to rural educated/semi-educated youth of RajasthanProject Scope/Size – Setting of a statutory body – Rajasthan Mission on LivelihoodStake Holders – Various departments of Government of Rajasthan, Private SectorEnterprises and various vocational training institutes both Public & PrivateStatus – A comprehensive project plan to impart employability training was preparedinvolving various stakeholders in a PPP model.Employability training cost was partially borne by the state government and payment waslinked to the employability (outcome) not just training (input) . The program was well receivedand was a big success .Sahyog’s Role – RK Misra played an advisory role to the Rajasthan Mission on Livelihood
SAHYOG - Livelihood InitiativesKarnataka Skill Development Initiative - SAHAYOGLocation- Karnataka StateDescription – In 2008, government of Karnataka wanted to involve private sector to impartskill development and language training to the students of various government degreecolleges across the state to make them employable. Ministry of higher education –Department of Collegiate Education partnered with Sahyog to formulate a policy andprogram schedule to this effectProject Scope/Size – Roll-out the skill enhancement and language training programs ingovernment colleges across the state in a PPP modelStake Holders – Ministry of Higher Education – Department of collegiate Education, PrivateSector Enterprises and various Skill Development & Training InstitutesStatus – Various pilot projects were conducted by private sector entrepreneur sin selectedgovernment colleges over a 6 month period. Consequently a scheme with the same name –SAHAYOG was launched by the Chief Minister of Karnataka in September – 2009Sahyog’s Role – Conceptualization, fcilitation and monitoring of the PPP model
SAHYOG - Livelihood InitiativesIntegrated Rural Development – District Sitapur (UP)Location- Sitapur District – Uttar PradeshDescription – In 2008, Sahyog undertook this ambitious Pilot Project of Integrated RuralDevelopment to develop self sustaining rural livelihood model involving income generation(using community dairy), primary health & education and employment (Rural BPO)Project Scope/Size – Providing non-agriculture income generation opportunities for smalland marginal farmers (Community Dairy), Unemployed Youth (Rural BPO) . Also improveprimary education and primary healthcare facilities using tele-education, & tele-medicine.Stake Holders – SAHYOG & 2000 Villagers of 9 villages covered in the pilot projectStatus – Infrastructure work started in March-2009. Community dairy project with a capitaloutlay of Rs. 1 Crore (partly funded by Times Foundation) will be operational inNovemebr-09. Rural BPO will be going on-line in Feb-2010. Efforts are underway to connectthe villages with communication network to facilitate Tele-education and Tele-MedicineSahyog’s Role – Concept, planning, funding, execution, monitoring and management
SAHYOG - Livelihood InitiativesIntegrated Rural Development – District Sitapur (UP)
SAHYOG - Livelihood InitiativesIntegrated Rural Development – District Sitapur (UP)
SAHYOG - TrusteesRK MisraAn undergraduate from IIT Kanpur, post-graduate from Tokyo University, and fellow ofHarvard Kennedy School of Government-Leaders in Development program, he has been aserial entrepreneur. RK is an ASPEN Institute Fellow through India Leadership Initiative.RK Founded Tenet Technologies, Tenet Telecom, Tenet Retail and India’s first Travel PortalTraveljini.com. Tenet Technologies was acquired by Hughes Software which wassubsequently acquired by Flextronics . Traveljini was acquired by ICICI Ventures.On turning 40, in 2005, he left corporate world to promote Social Entrepreneurship & GoodGovernance through Public Private Partnerships. In February 2008, he was adjudged theWINNER of the LEAD INDIA, an initiative by the Times of India to identify & recognize newgeneration leaders.RK is involved in Urban Infrastructure Initiative of Government of Karnataka in Bangalore asan ABIDE member in-charge of Transport and Traffic . RK works with several sategovernments in areas of Urban Infrastructure and Rural Livelihood.
SAHYOG - TrusteesVinod ChandranAn undergraduate from RV Engineering College, Bangalore and Masters degree fromUniversity of Texas, Arlington, USA, Vinod is the Managing Director of Sonus Netowrks’India subsidiary, a Career Class IP Network Solution Provider (www.sonusnet.com).Vinod Co-founded Ind-TeleSoft a telecom product company in Bangalore and established itsUS subsidiary Xybridge Technologies which was acquired by Zhone in 2000.He is also a Co-founder of Openera Technologies, a company which pioneered peer to peervideo on smart phones. Openera was acquired by NMS Communications in February 2006.Prior to founding Ind-TeleSoft and Openera, worked at Nortel Networks in Richardson, Texasfor 9 years in various engineering capacities.Vinod is involved in various social entrepreneurship projects in the areas of UrbanInfrastructure and Primary Education, apart from his contribution to Sahyog projects andinitiatives.