Minutes of the PRM conducted on 14-07-2017 at Kudumbashree  State Mission Office
  ED’s Session
    Executive Director has addressed the State team and the District teams on the inaugural session of the PRM. The following were the instruction given by the Executive Director to all team members. Also, Executive Director has congratulated DDUGKY and NRO teams who bagged the awards for Best performance in the respective domains by GoI.
    1 All teams should give priority to utilize the money. A minimum 40% of expenditure should be met before next PRM. If the expenditure is not made, committed expenditure should be booked under the subsequent heads.
    2 20 Cr Expenditure should be made under NRLM fund  before next PRM
    3 Will give lump sum amount to District Missions and the DMC can decide the purpose and priority to utilize those funds.
    4 For each district Rupees 10 lakh will be given for Gender, 5 lakh for Balasabha and 3 lakh for ST (For some districts it will be more than 3 lakhs according to the number of beneficiaries) as Innovative fund
    5 New consultants are called for a counseling session on 24th July and appointment orders will be issued to them. On or before August 1st, the new consultants will join on duties. All District Mission should give orientation training to the new consultants. Later on the State Mission will give the training in August.
    6 District Mission should give one ME each under the programme “MY ME “to the newly joining consultants.
    7 For each district, one charge officer has been assigned. If the DMC needs to take any policy level decisions, you shall coordinate with the concerned charge officer in State Mission.
    8 One meeting should be conducted in the Districts Office in which all ADMC should present their relevant projects / areas to all members of the mission to get more understanding of all projects to everyone. It should be completed within one month.
    9 Transaction based MIS -NHG profile creation should be completed immediately. Executive Director has appreciated Ernakulam, Palakkad and Wayanad teams for their efforts for doing the NHG profile creation in our MIS.
    10 Salary arrears to Consultants and CDS accountants should be disbursed immediately and also proceedings should be issued.
    11 All consultants should start a ‘Personal Project’. DMC should review the same.
    12 DMC should call a meeting regarding ‘MY ME’ to review and evaluate the same.
    13 All DMCs should bring documents of 10 Micro Enterprises, 10 innovative projects, and 5 videos (maximum of Rs 1 lakh for all 5 videos) before 4th August.
    14 If there is any proposal for infrastructure development in offices, DMCs should give the requirements on 4th august when they are coming for discussion of collectives.
    15 Website Updation
      a District page in the website should be uploaded and News should be posted in the website without fail.
      b Every month before 10th, Monitor Progress should be updated. If not, DMC/Team will be called to State Mission
      c Give importance to Priority Projects
      d Innovative ME. 140 ( 10 * 14) Innovative ME should be set before December
    16 If the LIFE forms are not returned to Panchayat Secretaries, do it immediately
    17 PR Team – Activities of Kudumbashree of should be highlighted and should bring back the image of Kudumbashree.
    18 Committed activities should be completed (Eg BUDS School)
    19 Lastly, Executive Director has mentioned that the volunteerism of Kudumbashree is deteriorating and our main agenda should be to bring back the lost volunteerism to Kudumbashree.

 

 

Decisions of the State Plan Review Meeting held on 14-07-2017 at Kudumbashree State Mission Office Trivandrum
Organization
Executive Director had appreciated all district mission teams for the better performance in Organization strengthening programmes. The following decisions were taken in the state level PRM held on 14-07-2017 at Kudumbashree State Mission Office.
A Kudumbashree School
  1 Complete the identification of CDS level Master Resource Person (1 RP per CDS) and ward (ADS) level Voluntary Resource persons (06 per ward) on or before 20 July 2017.
(Action: All DMCs)
  2 All District Mission Coordinators should ensure the quality of Resource Persons identified at CDS and ward levels.
(Action: All DMCs)
  3 All DMCs should utilize the service of district level training group members to monitor and evaluate the Kudumbashree school activities at CDS level.
(Action: All DMCs)
  4 All DMCs should utilize the service of district level training group members to monitor and evaluate the Kudumbashree school activities at CDS level.
(Action: All DMCs)
  5 Detailed circular with regard to Kudumbashree School programme will be issued from State Mission by 15th August 2017. Total expenditure before September PRM  - Rs. 5 Crore from NRLM
(Action: State Mission Organization Team)
B Kudumbashree training for LSG Representatives 
  1 1. It is decided to conduct the Kudumbashree training for LSG representatives at regional levels in July and August 2017. LSG President, Welfare Standing Committee Chairperson/Chairman, CDS Chairperson and Member Secretary from each CDS will attend the training. State Mission will issue a detailed circular in this regard including the training schedule to all the District Mission coordinators in the next week.
(Action: State Mission Organization Team)
  2 2. District Mission Coordinators should ensure the participation of all the 4 members from each Panchayath/Municipalities.
(Action: All DMCs)
  3  All DMCs should submit the model convergence project details (Documentation/ Video/ Photos) to State Mission urgently.  Selected model convergence projects will be included in the LSG representatives training module, scheduled on July and August 2017.
(Action: All DMCs)
C Kudumbashree Election
  1 All DMCs should give necessary directions to the CDSs to complete the NHG affiliation process on or before 15th August 2017.
(Action: All DMCs)
  2 All DMCS should give necessary directions to the NHGs to update NHG members details (General/SC/ST, BPL/APL details) in their NHG registers. State Mission needs this data (CDS level and NHG level details) for the smooth conduct of the election.
(Action: All DMCs)
  3 All CDSs should renew their CDS registration immediately. DMCs should ensure that, all CDSs in the district have renewed their registration.
(Action: All DMCs)
  4 State Mission will give necessary clarifications with regard to CDS bifurcation and BPL/APL identification immediately.
(Action: State Mission Organization Team)
  5  All DMCs should submit issues/suggestions with respect to the existing Kudumbashree byelaw and election rules to State mission on or before 20th of July 2017. State mission will consider these suggestions while amending the existing byelaw and election rules.
(Action: All DMCs)
D Strengthening of Special NHGs (PWD NHGs, Transgender NHGs & Elderly NHGs)
  1 Detailed guidelines with regard to strengthening of Kudumbashree special NHGs (PWD NHGs, Transgender NHGs & Elderly NHGs)will be issued from State Mission by 30thJuly 2017.
(Action: State Mission Organization Team)
  2 Corpus Fund and Revolving Fund assistance to Kudumbashree Special NHGs - guidelines will be issued from State Mission by 25thJuly 2017.
(Action: State Mission Organization Team)
  3 Corpus Fund to Transgender NHGs - All Districts to transfer Corpus Fund (Rs. 10,000 per NHG) to eligible Transgender NHGs. Total expenditure before next PRM  - Rs. 2 lakh from Plan Fund to total 20 TG NHGs)
(Action: All DMCs)
  4 Corpus Fund to PWD NHGs - All Districts to transfer Corpus Fund (Rs. 10,000 per NHG) to eligible PWD NHGs. Total expenditure before next PRM  - Rs. 58 lakh from Plan Fund to total 580 PWD NHGs)
(Action: All DMCs)
  5 Corpus Fund to Elderly NHGs - All Districts to transfer Corpus Fund (Rs. 5,000 per NHG) to eligible Elderly NHGs. Total expenditure before next PRM  - Rs. 90 lakh from Plan Fund to total 1,800 Elderly NHGs)
(Action: All DMCs)
E Coastal CDS/NHG Strengthening
  1 Detailed circular with regard to selection of Coastal Volunteers in rural coastal CDSs will be issued from State Mission by 25th July 2017. Respective DMCs should complete the selection process before next PRM.
(Action: Respective DMCs)
  2 All Districts to transfer Revolving Fund (Rs. 15,000 per coastal NHG) to eligible coastal NHGs. Total expenditure before next PRM  - Rs. 3 Crore from NRLM
(Action: All DMCs)
F Kudumbashree Sneha Veedu
  1 1. All DMCs are requested to take necessary steps to motivate the CDSs to start the “snehaveed” programme in their respective Panchayath/Municipality.
(Action: All DMCs)
G Grama / Block / District Panchayath level Kudumbashree Convergence Plan
  1 All DMCs should submit the CDS wise Convergence Plan with LSG (in the prescribed format/spreadsheet shared by organization team) to state mission on or before 20th July 2017.  State Mission will upload the details (In PDF format) in Kudumbashree website.
(Action: All DMCs)
H Self Sufficient CDS
  1 DMCs should identify minimum 5 CDSs in the district to develop model self-sufficient CDSs. The details should be updated in the Kudumbashree website.
(Action: All DMCs)
  2 State Mission Organization team will prepare and issue a detailed note/proposal regarding how to develop a model self-sufficient CDS by 15th August 2017.
(Action: State Mission Organization Team)

 

Org

1. RF to special NHGs - In the next PRM, present details of Transgender, PWD and Elderly NHGs for giving RF (1.5 crore)

2. 5.0 crore of Kudumbashree School before September PRM

3. Report actual spending of Admin Grand + CDS honorarium + A& OE during August PRM

4. Full fund of RF to special NHGs before August PRM (2.0 crore at state level)

5. Full fund of RF to coastal NHGs before August PRM (3.5 crore at state level)

6. Submit plan for spending community radio project (1.5 crore)

Financial Summary

7 crore + may be 3 crore (actual) of A& OE, Admin Grand, Honorarium after giving arrear of program managers

Full fund of 5.0 crore kudumbashree school in September

 

PRM Minutes 14-07-2017
1 Micro Enterprises
  Decisions
  1 Skill Training for micro enterprises
    a Empanelment of skill training agencies to be completed by 30/8/2017.
    b Identification of beneficiaries in each sector for skill training to be completed in continuation with GOT.
    c Starting of skill training immediately after the empanelment process. No of persons for skill training and action plan to expend the amount of Rs. 4.70 crores should be presented in the next PRM. 
  2 Expenditure
    a The targets for TF, TUF, SDA, RF & GOT should be completed before August 13th and an expenditure of Rs. 8.17 crores to be incurred.  
      If any district need additional fund requirement for the above factors, the districts can make it as committed expenditure. 
  3 Priority projects
    a Construction teams: 
      1 All DMCs should make avail one work for the construction teams.  (Each group should complete construction of 10 houses or work equivalent to 50 lakhs to get a G.O for our construction teams to get orders without tender).
      2 Identify one group and start new training in each block.
    b Cement bricks units: All districts should position at least one unit in the sector. Project details will be issued from State Mission (Responsibility: Nishanth)
    c Coir Units:  It is one of the priority projects and is monitored by the Finance Minister.  Districts should identify & position at least one unit. The District team may visit Kannur/ Thrissur/ Trivandrum to study the functioning of the sector. 
    d Plastic Recycling: 
      1 Beneficiary identification for each unit should be completed. 
      2 All districts should entrust responsibility for a person (ADMC/ Consultant) and should study the existing successful models- Shornur, Alappuzha, Payyannur etc
      3 State Mission will take steps to incorporate the salary of machine operators in Panchayat fund.
  4 Additional tasks
    a Data collection on ME: all districts should collect data of existing ME before next PRM 
    b Details of units facing loan recovery: The details of units facing loan recovery should be submitted to State Mission with all relevant documents before next PRM.
  5 Jeevanam Campaign
    a Affiliation certificate to MECs after performance evaluation.
    b Accounting training to MECs and KAASS team to be completed.
    c Special enterprise meet to be called for (Santwanam, IT, Nutrimix, Apparel etc) to address their specific issues and should complete affiliation and accreditation process.
  6 New MEC selection
    a The performance evaluation of existing MECs should be made at district level and should take steps to improve the quality of them. And if necessary the DMC can expel them. 
    b The districts should assess the total requirement of MECs after assessing the quality of MECs and expulsion (if done). 
    c DMCS should select qualified persons and should provide training to them
    d Detailed circular with regard to the selection of MECs will be issued from State Mission (Responsibility: ME team)
  7 Kerala Mess: Starting of Kerala Mess where breakfast, Meals and tea & snacks will be provided at subsidized rates at 14 district head quarters (in KSRTC stands or attached to Govt. offices or hospitals) is implementing through Kudumbashree.  DMCs should identify Kudumbashree beneficiaries, provide training and take steps to position them. The details should be presented in the next PRM.
  8 KSRTC projects
    a 21 Reservation counters of KSRTC will be managed by Kudumbashree.  Identification of persons should be completed.
    b Toilet management: Kudumbashree can construct standard toilets and can be managed through Kudumbashree groups. 
      1 DMCs should assess the feasibility of toilet management of all KSRTC stations.  
      2 The design and model of toilets will be issued from State Mission. (Responsibility: ME team)
  9 Coastal Projects
    Coastal ME development is one of the priority projects.  Detailed circular with regard to activities associated with ME development will be issued from State Mission by 30th of July, 2017.  (Responsibility: ME team)
  10 Milma Shoppee: Milma agreed to provide its various products on commission basis.  The products may be sold through Kudumbashree canteens or kiosks.  They will provide a freezer for their products.  DMCs should identify canteens or kiosks through which products can be marketed. 
  11 Jan Aushadhi: Starting of 100 JAS is one of the targets.  The DMCs should take steps to identify HR to run 2 JASs in the interested LSGs.(List of LSGs already given to the districts)
  12 Railway projects: The DMCs should monitor the progress of railway projects and should upload the details in the website.
  13 SC cafe: Districts should take special initiative to submit projects in SC cafe.  The districts that have implemented the project should submit the UC before 20th of July 2017. 
  14 Strengthening of umbrella units: The DMCs should submit the details of umbrella units to State Mission.  A meeting of umbrella units should be called for and assess the issues faced by them and should take steps for skill up gradation training, provide handholding support to them.  The action taken report should be submitted before next PRM.  The target is to supply 10,000 umbrellas in the next season (before April).  
  15 RO Plant: Kudumbashree in convergence with LSGs should start R.O Plant.  The DMCs should identify places where RO plant can be set.  LSGs should provide fund for setting infrastructure and machinery and Kudumbashree groups will act as marketing group.
  16 Malayalam typing: All Districts should train a minimum of 100 persons in Malayalam typing and develop them as a resource pool.
  17 IOC Projects: IOC will entrust the management of toilets to Kudumbashree. They will provide Rs. 8000/- as salary and Rs. 1000/- towards purchase of cleaning materials.  The working time will be 8.00 am to 8.00 pm (with 12.00 to 4.00 pm break time).  DMCs should identity one person for each bunk.  The list of petrol bunks will be made available from State Mission.  
  18 Monitoring the progress of Hantex orders: The order of Hantex should be completed before 31st of July, 2017.  DMCs should ensure this.
2 Collectives
  a State Team has to prepare guidelines for Consortiums and Producer Companies.
  b DMCs identify at least two potential projects (Consortiums / Producer Companies) in their district and present the same on 05.08.2017. Prepare projects worth 15 to 30 Lakhs.
  c State teams have to prepare a report about Producer Companies and should submit the same by 05-08-2017. 
  d By next PRM, 5 Crore earmarked on Collectives should be booked as committed expenditure.

 

ME

1. Full fund of - Tech fund, Tech Upgradation, Innovation, RF, SDA, GoT to be presented before next PRM (9 crore at state level)

2. Identify groups / individuals in each panchayats for giving skill training and report the numbers. Book their skill training funds (2.1 in state plan and 2.6 in NRLM) in September PRM

Financial Summary

9 crore in August PRM

5 crore in September PRM

 

Collectives

1. Bring projects for Collectives on August 4, and get approval for infrastructure and working capital.

2. Book expenditure in September PRM

Financial Summary

5.0 crore in September PRM

 

Coastal

1. Present projects on August 4, and get approval

Financial Summary

5.0 crore in September PRM

 

ABC

Total budget is 2.0 crore

1.0 crore expenditure before August PRM (Give start up fund to 100 units)

Full expenditure before September PRM (Give start up fund to 100 units)

 

 

Marketing - Minutes of PRM held on 14th and 15th of July, 2017
1 Community Enterprises Fund: Most of the Districts identified CDSs to be given CEF. Districts not completed identification of CDSscomplete it immediately. Identification of CDSs and opening of bank accounts to be completed before 22nd July, 2017. All Districts to fill the table concerned – number of CDSs identified and number of CDSs opened bank account immediately.Proceedings/Guidelines given to Districts along with target number of CDSs in each District.
  Action by Districts - All Districts to transfer CEF funds (Rs. 500,000/- per CDS) to selected CDSs (as per list given) and the status should be updated in website before next PRM.(Total expenditure before next PRM – Rs. 20 crores from NRLM) 
  Action by State - NRLM funds to be transferred before 30th July. 
2 Monthly Markets: Only half of the Districts identified CDSs to be supported under this activity. Remaining Districts to identify the CDSs at the earliest. All Districts to fill the table concerned – number of CDSs identified. Identification of CDSs to be completed before 22nd July, 2017.Proceedings/Guidelines given to Districts. 
  Action by Districts - All Districts to transfer the funds (Rs. 75,000/- per CDS) to selected CDSs and to ensure procurement of infrastructure facilities as given in the guideline before next PRM.The status should be updated in website before next PRM. The first Monthly Market shall be scheduled as part of / along with Onam Fair.(Total expenditure before next PRM – Rs. 1.14 crores from State Plan Fund - Marketing) 
3 Kudumbashree Food Fests: All Districts to enter target number of Food Fests (Calendar) in the website and to update the website on completion of food fests. Districts may form an Event Management Team (ME) or capacitate existing such team(s)for the smooth and continuous conduct of Food Fests before 30th July 2017. 
  Action by District - Every District should conduct atleast two fairs before next PRM. (Rs. 500,000/- per District allotted). Districts to conduct at least one Food Fest in every month since September. (Total expenditure before next PRM – Rs. 70 Lakhsfrom State Plan Fund - Marketing) 
  Action by State - Release of Proceedings/Guidelines.
4 Kudumbashree Bazar: Letter issued to Districts requesting for preliminary proposal, which contains location details, building details, products details, management team composition and rough budget.
  Action by Districts - All Districts to submit proposals before 30th July 2017. DPRs to be prepared in August (with the help of State Team) and Bazars to be commissioned in September.
5 ONAM Fairs: None of the Districts submitted plan of action.
  Action by Districts - Districts to submit Action Plan for Onam Fairs(number & names of Panchayats and urban CDSs where Fairs will be conducted. Details of District Fair, Association with other Depts./ Agencies, Innovations, preparatory activities like ME/MEC meetings etc) and to transfer funds to CDSs before next PRM. All preliminary activities should be conducted before next PRM. (Total expenditure before September PRM – Rs. 13.1 Lakhs from State Plan Fund - Marketing and Rs. 97.7 Lakhs from MKSP) 
  Action by State - Release of Proceedings/Guidelines
6 SARAS Fair: Venue identified/booked by Malappuram District Mission.
  Action by District - A District level meeting of Kudumbashree district/Block staff, CDS Chair Persons in the Municipality and adjoining Panchayaths, Support teams (Training team, MECSs, KAAS team, RPs etc) should be organized by District Mission next week to plan the conduct of the fair.
  Swagatha Sangham meeting to be organized under the chairmanship of Hon. Minister before the end of this month. 
  Action by State – Intimation to other States and permission to District for advancing funds from NRLM.
7 Online Marketing / Product development Workshops: No District has submitted any change/suggestion in the existing list. (Last date given– 15th July).
  Action by Districts- The final list of products/entrepreneurs to be submitted to State Mission Marketing Team before 18th July 2017. The first Design Clinic shall be organized before next PRM as per the directions of State Mission. (Selected Districts)
  Action by State –Organisation of first Design Clinic/workshop before next PRM.
  (Total expenditure before October PRM – Rs. 1.4 crores from NRLM) 
8 Business Development: Districts should be keen to tap various business development opportunities arising at the District level and to inform the State Mission, if support from State Mission is required.
  State Mission to identify various business development opportunities and coordinate with Districts.
9 Home Shops: Home Shops to be established by all Districts. A preliminary planning meeting should be conducted in July, 2017.  State Mission to hold a Planning Meeting before next PRM.

Marketing

1. Completely spend 70 lakhs (5 lakh per district), by conducting 2 food festivals

2. Sustainable monthly market to CDS - Give money to CDS (1.14 crores at state level)

3. Identify spaces for Kudumbashree Bazar before August PRM and start before September PRM (2.8 crore by September PRM)

4. Submit plan for 1.4 crore (online platform) - by state mission on August 4

5. Give Community enterprise fund to CDS (20 crore in NRLM)

Financial Summary

2.0 crore expenditure before August PRM (CDS monthly markets and food festivals)

2.8 crore before September PRM

20 crore (NRLM) expenditure before August PRM

1.4 crore expenditure before September PRM

 

Minutes of Meeting- Micro Finance & MIS
1 Review of previous month Target:
  a Kudumbashree MIS Data Entry: Though it is seen that thrift data entry has almost reached 90%, month wise Thrift & Internal lending data of 2017-18 seems to be less. All the districts are far behind in entering bank linkage data. Best performers are Kozhikode and Trivandrum worst is Kasaragod & Kottayam . Data entry of approved Ashraya project also is pending. Representatives of CDS Accountants have agreed to complete Kudumbashree MIS on or before 30th July. 
  b NRLM Profile Creation: final date to complete NRLM Profile creation was fixed as 30th June. But till date districts could complete only 49%. Best performers are Wayanad, Palakkad & Ernakulam. Alappuzha & Kollam districts are the worst performers.
  c Audit: It was targeted to complete financial audit of CBOs for the year 2015-16 before July 14. But there is hardly any improvement. Wayanad, Kollam and Malappuram districts said that data entered in the website is wrong, audit of very few NHGs need to be completed in those districts. Trivandrum has completed only 61% NHG Audit. DMC, Trivandrum said that district has already chalked out a plan to complete the data. 
  d Bank Linkage: 100% linkage of Unlinked NHG is core focus of Microfinance this year. Total fresh linkage across the state is 5981. Malappuram and Kozhikode have not linked even single NHGs during this quarter. 
  e Collection of claims for RF & VRF: Districts have collected 1236 & 556 applications for RF and VRF respectively.
2 Issues Raised by districts
  a Palakkad: Some of the claims of Credit Linked Insurance are pending. That needed to be cleared soon
    Action: All district mission to send the no. of CLI pending claim so that state mission can take up this issue with Insurance Agency.
3 Target to complete before next PRM
  Sl.No Programs Action to be Taken
  1 Kudumbashree MIS Last date to complete is 30th July
  2 NHG Profile Creation Last date to complete is 30th July.  Earlier NHG profile creation was done by CDS accountants. But as it was too slow, state mission had already suggested district team to adopt alternate system. Hence time constraints of CDS Accountant cannot be an excuse hereafter.
  3 TBSDAS Each district to select 12 CDS (preferably well performing) and RPS to roll out the project .
      Purchase of laptop & Netsetter  in all rural CDS
  4 CBO Audit Complete CBO financial audit for the year 2015-16
  5 Collection of  Interest Subsidy claim 13617 NHGs are linked in this financial year so far. Claim for interest subsidy  to be collected from these NHGs.
      Matching Grant applications from fresh linked 5981 applications to be collected
      2nd instalment (NHGs linked during 2016-17) of Interest Subsidy claim to be collected after verifying their loan repayment status
      Interest subsidy claim for revamped scheme also to be collected
      Details of Fund required to disburse Interest subsidy & Matching Grant of previous year to be given on or before 18th July 2017. (Though it is collected many times  data inconsistency still prevails)
  6 Collection of application for  RF & VRF RF  & VRF to  be  given to 10000 & 2500  NHGs  respectively during the year 207-18.  Districts to collect & process the applications within this month.
      Districts may  prioritise elderly and other special NHGs to provide  RF & VRF
  7 Collection of Postal Address of NHGs It was directed to provide either president’s or secretary’s postal address of NHGs to send Magazines, But it was noted that the said data is incomplete. Hence districts should give special attention to furnish correct data.
  8 Insurance Suggestions from districts are invited to start a new health insurance scheme for NHG members
      Scholarship  applications of KSSBY 2015-16 to be completed
      New enrolment for KSSBY to be started. Districts may organise campaigns as well.

 

Micro Finance

1. Interest subvention - present actual expenditure (expecting 7 crore? Discuss)

2. Completely book RF and VRF (15 crore and 3.75 crore, at state level)

3. Complete profile creation, Purchase laptops and select RPs (3 crore in total at state level)

4. Give arrear of CDS accountant and book expenditure

Financial Summary

3.0 crore expenditure in TBMIS before August PRM

7.0 crore interest subvention, or actual (NRLM expenditure + state plan expenditure) before August PRM (need discussion on this)

15 crore expenditure book in RF before August PRM

3.75 crore expenditure in VRF before August PRM

 

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Minutes  of  State PRM held on 15-07-2017
PMAY
1 Identification of beneficiaries under BLC (N)
    Identification of beneficiaries under BLC (N) was reviewed against the target till July, 15th.It was observed that Malappuram and Palakkad have met the target. District Mission co-ordinators have reported that lack of proper land documents is the major issue faced 
  Action point
    DMCs to identify the beneficiaries through Kudumbashree network. The District team to point out the issues case by case and report to SLNA.SLNA to give direction/take policy decision in this regard.  Target till August 15th was given.
2 Grounding/Implementation of projects
    The pace of implementation of approved projects to be expedited.
  Action point
    DMCs to monitor the progress in urban PRM.
3 Identification of beneficiaries under CLSS
    The progress under the vertical component is nominal.
  Action point
    DMCs to focus on conversion of existing loans taken during the admissible period. DMCs to present the matter in the DLBC.

 

Agriculture and Animal Husbandry - PRM Minutes
JEVA Evaluation
  Target: JEVA - Complete the evaluation of the JLG by June 21
  Most of the districts completed the 50% of JLG evaluation.  Kottayam and Thrissur districts completed the evaluation.
  Decision: It is decided to complete the evaluation before this month. 
Bank Linkage Campaign
  A target was fixed in the last PRM. Most of the districts achieved 50 % of the target.
  Kannur and Kasargod districts achieved below 10% of the target fixed.
Area under cultivation
  The average area under cultivation per block is very nominal except Kollam, Kozhikode and Wayanad. It is the duty of the MKSP block coordinator to enhance the area under production. Minimum 25 hr. is needed in each block. The district mission team will give prior importance to enhance the area.  
Expenditure in MKSP
  MKSP expenditure in many district are very less. So need special attention for spending money in MKSP activities.  
  Districts suggestions: The honorarium to JEVA and amount for Bank linkage is not spent.  
  Decision: Decided to spend the amount within the month. 
Incentives and Interest subsidy
  Mission will provide the incentives and interest subsidies according to the fund sanctioned by the government. All the districts are supposed to complete the process of incentives and interest subsidies.
Animal husbandry units
  Plan to establish 652 animal husbandry units in the state. Rupees 5 crore is allotted for the animal husbandry initiatives.
  Decisions: The state mission team will fix the targets in animal husbandry activities.  
New Initiatives
Infrastructure funds for weekly markets
  Will provide rupees 75000 per CDS to establish permanent marketing facilities and a total of three cds may select in a block.  
  Marketing wing also has rupees 75000 for the infrastructure facilities of permanent markets.  
  Decision: can use both funds of MKSP and Marketing for establish the marketing facilities.  The profit will equally divided and deposit in the accounts of FFC and CDS.  
Pre Onam Market
  12 pre onam vegetable markets in a block will conduct.  Will provide rupees 20000 as revolving fund to JEVA team to organize pre onam vegetable markets.  The circular regarding pre onam market is issued.  The honorarium to JEVA to conduct the vegetable market is also allotted. The details will issued at the earliest. 
Polivu 2nd Phase
  A three tire approach is planned to celebrate the Polivu 2nd phase.  Government of Kerala needed 2 crore fruit bearing plants to the next world environment day observance.  Kudumbashree is the one of the stakeholders of the programme to nurture the trees. Kudumbashree plans to nurture 50 lakhs trees through the neighborhood groups.  25 lakhs trees will nurture by the joint liability groups and other 25 lakhs trees through the nursery units.  MGNREGA will provide financial support to the NHG members, those who have job card to start nurseries and also they will buy back the saplings.  
  Decision: convergence with MGNREGA is possible. Three units will identify in a block.  District will give directions to NHGs to start the collection of seeds and nurturing.   The District teams will 2 JEVA members for nursery management training. The District teams also meet the JPC for convergence with MGNREGA. The districts will take necessary steps to provide training to the nursery groups in KVK. 
Common interest Groups 
  Plans to provide credit support for NHG members undertaking dairy husbandry activity. 100 cds will select in the first phase and provide rupees 300000 per cds. Three groups will identify in a cds.  The cds can provide rupees 1,00,000 per groups at 4% of interest rate.
  Decision: the selection of 100 CDS will be according the number of rural cds in a district.
Value addition
  Rupees 1 crore is allotted to start 10 agriculture value addition units/ common facility centers. 
  Decision: Districts will submit the proposals. 
Ethnic Food Festival
  Plan to conduct an ethnic food festival in selected districts.
Ernakulam, Kottayam, Pathanamthitta, Palakkad, Thrissur, Wayanad districts are willing to organize the food festival at district level within the next month.
Permanent Market
  Rupees 150000 is allotted for permanent market. The districts may submit proposals. 
Decisions: the proposals will get approval only after the verification of the success of pre onam market.
   
Targets - July - August
  Pre onam market 12/ Block
  10 Value added groups
  Ethnic food festival- Ernakulam, Kottayam, Pathanamthitta, Palakkad, Thrissur, Wayanad 
  300 CIG Groups
  Infrastructure facilities for pre onam markets (3CDS/ Block)
  500 Nursery units (3units/ Block)- Beneficiary selection
  Beneficiary selection for Poultry individual units (5/ CDS)

 

 

PRM Minutes - Balasabha
Actions to be taken before Next PRM
1 Complete Balasabha members data collection and upload in the given Google Form (before 20-July-2017)
2 Give Details of Amount and project allotted by LSGI (before 20-July-2017)
3 Balasabha RP training (3 from block) should complete immediately
4 Conduct Orientation training  for selected RPs & Bala RPs from CDS for campaign
5 Complete the  Data collection of trained Peer group leaders (Age 15-18)- Development of young mentors
6 Convene a meeting for Planning & Preparation for campaign
7 Plan and Conduct District specific programmes

Balasabha

Spend 1.1. crore + 0.15 crore by September PRM

Book expenditure for utilising 5 lakhs (district specific activity) 0.7 lakhs

State mission team to plan for the remaining funds

 

 

PRM Minutes - Kudumbashree Gender Programmes
  Programme   Actions to be taken before Next PRM
1 Vulnerability Mapping 1 Complete elected representatives Training
    2 Complete District Resource persons training
    3 Selection and training of CDS level Resource persons
    4 Project formation, implementation and monitoring of first phase
  State Level training of Vulnerability Mapping will be done from 24th July to 29th July at Thiruvananthapuram
 
2 Snehitha- Gender Help Desk 1 Identify building for snehitha within one week
    2 Arrange the infrastructural facilities to start the centre
    3 Complete District level selection of staff
    4 Arrange capacity building training for staff
 
3 Community Counselling 1 Provide capacity building training for existing counselors
    2 Prepare activity calender and distribute duties and responsibilities to counselors)
    3 Appoint new counselors if needed(1 counselor for 3 CDS)
    4 Conduct reviews and analyse the work progress and ensure support for their work
 
4 Migration Centre 1 Training for Migration centre /Gender corner Members
    2 Orientation training for Elected representatives and CDS members
    3 Prepare Action plan based on the guideline
 
5 Vigilant Group Formation 1 Complete 90% of vigilant Group formation
    2 Upload the details of vigilant group in the google drive format
    3 Conduct training for vigilant group members
 
6 Gender ResourceCentre/Block Level Community Counselling Centre 1 Complete the procedures to start Gender Resource centre and Community counselling centre at block level
    2 Activities should plannedand implemented on the basis of the discussions with elected representatives and guideline
    3 Resource person/community counselor/CDS member can be the responsible person of GRC and BLCCC
 
7 Gender Self Learning programme   As part of the GSLP activities a theme based discussion will start at the NHG level. On the basis of the theme they can arrange discussions, converations, skit, street play etc for awareness creation. Material and discussion points about the theme will be distributed through the website
 
8 Literature and Art Camp    State level Literature and art camp will be done by August second week. Select 4 Kudumbashree women who are interested /proficient in literature field and send them for the camp. Also please send the participants of Varayude Penma from each District

Gender

Book expenditure of 1.4 crore in the September PRM (district specific program)

0.75 crore (Gender sensitisation program) before September PRM

2.237 crore (State level campaign) before October PRM

1.36 crore (vulnerability mapping) before October PRM

 

 

Decisions of the State Plan Review Meeting held on 15-07-2017 at Kudumbashree State Mission Office.
Tribal
Review of previous month target
1 Some of the districts (7 districts) have good performance in implementing tribal project 
2 Web updating process by district is very poor
3 All the district requested to reduce number of programme for better performance 
Decision
1 Tribal programs divided by activity wise, (  Tribal, MKSP,MF, Organisation, Social  Development, DDUGKY, Balasabha and ME ) each team will be  monitor  the programme .eg:- Tribal MF activity will  monitor by MF team ,ME activity monitor by ME team  and so on .In district  convergence of district team is very important for tribal activity.
2 All the district to complete the incomplete data (web updation) within two days
3 Programme guide line and fund details will be send to next working day
Target to complete before PRM (District wise Target)
Tribal team
1 Oorumooppan Training (20 lakh  rupees Expenditure  before Aug)
2 Promoters Animators Training (955500 rupees expenditure before Aug)
3 Micro Plan updating process (2090400 lakh rupees expenditure before  Aug)
4 NHG Get-together (200000 lakh rupees expenditure before Aug)
5 Cultural Group formation-Kollam, Kottayam, Ernakulam(200000 lakh rupees expenditure before Aug)
6 Tribal Ashraya  formation –except (Alappuzha, Ernakulam, Kozhikode and Wayanad)( 1 lakh rupees expenditure before Aug)
7 Supplementary food support for needy person-(Food Support for tribal families identified as most vulnerable during the survey of ASHRAYA till the time of sanctioning of Tribal Ashraya project)
8 District Initiative Programme (District initiative   including Drop outs, Holistic health, Medical camps, Cancer awareness, training to ICDS, Health volunteers, PSC programmes, Market support for tribal product to fairs)  total amount -11610000 lakh
MKSP Team
1 SAP (Sustainable Agriculture Practice )campaign and marketing - (Formation of  new 260 JLGs, Grow bag distribution, Training for new 260JLGs,Marketing Kiosk for 4 district-Idukki, Palakkad, Wayanad and Kasaragod)
  Target- formation of special 31 JLG-2500 rupees per JLG , total expenditure before Aug 77500 rupees + 1 lakh for 4 district =  total 555000 rupees -Action by District Mission
MF Team
1 SAAGA (Special Auditing And Grading Assessment )-Tribal Campaign( All the NHGs auditing by KAASS members, All the NHGs grading by CDS with the help of animators, Matching Grant distribution by District Mission, Financial management report of ST NHGs by KAASS team) – (completing campaign before September- Action by District Mission) total expenditure 1400000 lakh)
2 Distribution of NHG  Corpus Fund (Target -109,Expenditure before Aug -1090000 rupees)
3 Distribution of JLG corpus Fund (Target-146-, Expenditure before Aug-584000 rupees)
DDUGKY
1 TRIKY campaign-Tribal Kaushal Yojana Campaign-(Skill Mapping ,  Identification of Drop out Student  etc – (discussion only,  activity will be  started next PRM) )
ME
1 Special GOT for Promotion of viable enterprise-Target- 22 numbers (GOT training conducting by district ME team with the support of Animators and  expenditure booking under ME head) 
   
All the activity and target uploaded in Website within one week

 

 

Social Development - Minutes of PRM held on 14th and 15th of July, 2017
BUDS / BRC
Districts have completed initial process for 61 BUDS Schools and 53 BRCs in Kerala. 
Responsibility of District Mission:   Instructed to identify 200 BUDS schools  after the meetings of LSGs  before 4th August 2017
Directed to take steps to improve the quality of existing BUDS schools
Responsibility of State Mission: Guideline – G.O to implement the establishment of 200 new BUDS/BRC across Kerala before July 24th.
BUDS Homes
All districts should identify possible spaces for BUDS Homes 1 home at district
Responsibility of State Mission: G.O based on the guideline should be prepared and circulate immediately.
Asraya
Complete second phase Asraya projects. State mission should process the pending projects and disperse the amount
State mission should be finalized the Asraya guidelines/ plan for Destitute Free Kerala campaign and survey proposal before 24th August.

 

 

Public Relations - Minutes of PRM held on 14th and 15th of July, 2017
  It has been decided to send the magazines to NHG by post.
  All CDs Accountant have been advised to update NHG Presidents name and postal address with pin code on MIS.Concerned DMCs should monitor the same.
  Necessary arrangements may be done by the DMCs to hand over the magazine to the group members.
  DMCs should collect the subscription fee and, remit the same at the earliest.
  DMCs should  mail all the activities and programmes to the state mission regularly.

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to download Minutes of PRM (22, 23 August 2017) - District wise Requirements - added

 

 

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1  Complete selection of Block coordinators

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Kudumbashree School should be started on Oct 22nd.
2 Mobile application should be downloaded by Kudumbashree members.
3 NHGs affiliation should be completed before Aug 30.

 

Action points for the State Plan Review Meeting Scheduled on 22 & 23 August 2017 at Government Gust House Ernakulam

 

Organization:

The following are the action points for the state level PRM scheduled on 22 & 23 August 2017 at Government Gust house Ernakulam.

 

  1. Kudumbashree School
  1. DMCs are requested to ensure the participation of selected Resource Persons in Kudumbashree School ToT programme as per the schedule. Detailed circular with regard to Kudumbashree School Resource Person training will be issued from State Mission by 31st August 2017.

(Action: State Mission Organization Team & All DMCs)

 

  1. Kudumbashree training for LSG Representatives - Second Phase
  1. It is decided to conduct and complete the second phase Kudumbashree training for LSG representatives at district levels in September 2017. DMCs should ensure the participation of LSG President, Welfare Standing Committee Chairperson/Chairman, CDS Chairperson and Member Secretary from each CDS in the training. State Mission will issue a detailed circular in this regard to all the District Mission coordinators.

(Action: State Mission Organization Team & All DMCs)

 

  1. All DMCs are requested to document model convergence projects (documentation/Video/photos) to present the same in district level LSG Representatives training.

(Action: All DMCs)

  1. Kudumbashree Election
  1. All DMCs should give necessary directions to the CDSs to complete the remaining NHGs affiliation as early as possible.

(Action: All DMCs)

 

  1. DMCs should ensure that, all CDSs in the district have renewed their registration in 2017-2018.

(Action: All DMCs)

 

  1. State Mission will give necessary clarifications with regard to BPL/APL identification

(Action: State Mission Organization Team)

 

  1. mKRISHI Mobile app – Registration
  1. Kudumbashree Mission developed a mobile application (mKRISHI App) to solve the difficulties in communication between mission and NHG members with the support of Tata Consultancy Services. To implement the same, State Mission needs to register Kudumbashree District Mission Staff, CDS Chairperson, Member Secretary and CDS Accountants in mobile app. Hence all DMCs are requested to submit the details (Name, Designation and Mobile Number) of above said persons in the prescribed format shared by State Mission on or before 30 August 2017.

(Action: All DMCs)

 

  1. Coastal CDS/NHG Strengthening
  1. Respective DMCs should take necessary actions to complete the Coastal Volunteer Selection as per the instruction in the Coastal volunteer Selection Circular from State Mission.

(Action: Respective DMCs)

  1. Kudumbashree Special NHGs - Corpus Fund distribution
  1. All DMCs should transfer the corpus fund to eligible special NHGs (transgender, Elderly and PWD) as per the fund allocation from state Mission.

 

(Action: All DMCs)

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Start all skill training and give sector wise list of  skill training started
2 Start CFC for all collective for which approval is given( PO-ME to give work order –Aug 30)
3 Complete all funds ( TF, TUF, SDA, CMF,RF, startup fund) ( PO-ME to give work order to innovation Fund for 1Crore)
4 PO –ME will give a list of opportunities obtained by Kudumbashree

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Inauguration of Kudumbashree super market on Nov 1st. Identify place and ensure supply chain& present  during PRM
2 Start online marketing of Kudumbashree product on Nov 1st.
3 Present the list of LH units by the support of CEF (non-farm)
4 Present the status of starting  new Homeshop in the PRM
5 Present status of food festival in the PRM

 

 

MARKEING

Onam Market – All districtswere given directions for organizing OnamMarkets. The Districts whichare yet to enter the number of Fairs in the Web (Trivandrum, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Kannur, Kasargod) requested to update the Web. As per Web report, 585 Panchayat level and 52 Municipality level Onam Fairs will be conducted by Kudumbashree.

Districts are requested to focus on Onam Fairs next week and ensure maximum visibility and participation of entrepreneurs and general public in the fairs. The number of fairs need to be enhanced atleast to 750 Panchayaths and Districts are requested to encourage all the CDSs to take up this event.

A simple excel sheet for recording Panchayat level market details is emailed to all Districts. (CDS Accountants to fill this sheet and BCs to monitor it). DPMs of Marketing shall be directed to consolidate the same and enter the consolidated figures in the table given in the Web. A Slogan and Logo selected from the entries given by Kudumbashree staff are also emailed to Districts to use in the Banners and other publicity materials in order to ensure uniformity and branding. ED’ s message shall be forwarded to all CDS Chairpersons.

Community Enterprises Fund– As per Web report, all Districts have identified CDSs to be given CEF. But only 145 CDSs have opened bank account exclusively for CEF. Thrissur, Palackad, Wayanad and Kannur Districts, as per Web report, have not yet opened any Bank Accounts.

All Districts are requested to give this activity high importance (in the light of the need of submitting utilization of NRLM first installment to MoRD before 10th September, 2017) and open exclusive bank accounts in all 400 CDSs before Onam Holidays. (If CIF account available in a CDS, no other account needed). NRLM Funds will be credited to Districts today or tomorrow. Districts shall release CEF to CDSs on or before 31st August, 2017. The release of CEF from CDSs to Entrepreneurs should be effected as per CEF guidelines and only after completion of Training to CDSs, MECs, BCs and DPMs, which will be conducted before 20th of September, 2017.

Utilisation of 20 Crores expected in August/September.

Infrastructure development for Monthly Markets – As per Web Report, none of the Districts have identified CDSs for conducting Monthly Markets. However, some Districts have shown expenditure and Ernakulam has shown conduct of Monthly Market, even though number of CDSs procured infrastructure facilities is zero.

Districts may rectify the errors in the Web. Districts shall release funds to CDSs and ensure procurement of infrastructure facilities in September, All selected CDSs should conduct Monthly Markets from September onwards with the help of the facilities provided by Kudumbashree. As this is going to be a long term and continuous activity, BCs should monitor it and CDS Accountants should collect and report the sales details in the spreadsheet to be provided by State Mission. Guidelines regarding the same. (Please note – the standing practice of giving funds to CDSs for monthly markets is cancelled)

Utilisation of 1.14 crores expected in September

KUDUMBASHREE BAZAR – No Districts have submitted Preliminary Proposal yet.

This is a flagship project of this year and Districts may assign priority to it immediately after Onam, It is proposed to launch Kudumbashree Bazaars in all Districts on November 1st 2017 by People’s representatives or Celebrities. Districts may first identify a Space (Public or Commercial) through press notice or advertisement, if Space identification is difficult. Parallelly, other aspects such as inventory of products (from within Districts & nearby Districts), transportation of products from production points to Bazar, stock/inventory management, payment terms to entrepreneurs, procurement of other groceries and its packing, shop management unit shall be developed. Once Space is identified, furnishing requirements may be assessed and undertaken. A publicity/advertisement campaign shall also be undertaken. State Team will visit District Missions for providing further directions once Space is identified.

Each District is allocated 20 to 30 Lakhs under this project. Based on need, the budget can be enhanced up to 50 Lakhs. Fund utilization is expected before PRM in October.

FOOD FEST- All Districts were given Rs, 5 Lakhs each for Food Fests. But as per Web Report, Alappuzha, Idukki, Kozhikode, Kannur, Wayanad and Kasargod have not conducted any Food Fests.

All Districts are requested to utilize the funds and conduct Food Fests as per the Guidelines issued by State Mission. The important point is not just helping catering units to earn some profit or just getting some visibility out of this one-time event, but the Districts should evolve a system in which Districts are capable of conducting more and more Food Fests in a sustainable manner with less recurring expenses. The Districts should be able to either procure basic infrastructure facilities for conducting Food Fests or should conduct one or two additional Food Fests out of the profit (20% commission) received from the Fests conducted with the use of the funds provided State Mission. The other outcome of this exercise shall be evolving of an Event Management Unit (like AIFRHM) in each District.

Utilisation of 70 Lakhs expected in September

SARAS Fair – Saras fair will start on 25th August 2017. All Districts to send MEs or MECs along with their products. With regard to SARAS in other States, the existing practice will be followed till August, 2017. A new Guideline will be issued in September for participation in SARAS outside the State. Kudumbashree will attend all the SARAS Fairs across the country from September onwards. Districts to do the needful in line with the direction of State Mission.

HomeShops – A revised Guideline for expanding Home Shops to all Districts will be released by State Mission in September. Districts to follow the same and initiate Home Shops in all Districts.

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 TBSDAS-  Laptop procurement  to be completed before Sep 30th in all CDSs. Start TB-MIS in 50% NHGs of 12 CDSs.
2 DMC to make a presentation for 1 minutes about completion of TB-MIS ( Our broad aim is to cover 100% by Dec 31st)
3 Complete NHGs profile creation and MIS data entry(old data)
4 Ensure linkage of at least 30% NHGs. (Unlinked NHGs)

 

Way Forward
Sl.No Programs Action to be Taken
1 Kudumbashree MIS Last date to complete was 30th July. Incase of thrift entry Kozhikkode, Kollam and Alappuzha still lagging behind where as Idukki, Kannur & Pathanamthitta have almost completed. In case of Bank Linkage data entry  Trivandrum, Kollam & Kasaragod are the worst performers where as Wayanad Ernakulam & Kannur are the best performers. District Mission to report reason for delay and action taken in written.             
2 NHG Profile Creation Last date to complete was 30th July. But only 67.77 % was completed till now. Malappuram, Kasaragod & Kozhikkode  are the worst performers where as Palakkad, Ernakulam & Thrissur are the best performers.  
3 TBSDAS State Level Training is completed. Ensure that all cds have purchased laptop & Netsetter and complete digitization of 12670 NHG data.
4 Bank Linkage 100% bank linkage of  unlinked NHGs is the main goal of 2017-18. It is seen that only 10% of NHGs are linked so far. Intensive steps to be taken to link atleast 40% of the given target before 10th October
5 CBO Audit Only Wayanad has completed NHG Auditing of FY 15-16. District Mission to take intensive steps to  complete the auditing at the earliest.Steps to be taken to complete Auditing of FY2016-17 before November
6 Collection of application for RF & VRF RF & VRF to be given to 10000 & 2500 NHGs respectively during the year 207-18. Districts to collect & process the applications within October 10th 
7 Insurance New enrolment  for KSSBY to be completed before 31st August
8 Appointment of CDS Accountant Process should be completed before 31st August.

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 CLSS- Existing loan convert into CLSS.
2 Data cleaning and HFAPoA to be completed and bring DPR for BLC (N). 
3 Geo tagging to be completed for Beneficiary Level Construction(New)

 

 

Agriculture (MKSP)

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Minimum 10 hector banana cultivation in each block. Geo tagging
2 Continue the weekly market and give a presentation.
3 Food secure homes to cover 50% NHGs ( 20LakhsX Rs.40)
4 100 ton paddy  to rice  and sell in branded ( PO –Agri design and give packets by Aug 30 and also conduct a state level inauguration in Sept 30th)

 

MKSP
  Continuation of the weekly cds market (pre onam market)  till October
  1000 ha of land to start Banana cultivation  before Oct 2017 targeting onam 2018
  Paddy clusters to be formed to undertake 1000 tons of rice to be processed from paddy and marketing under Kudumbashree rice brand 
  Interest subsidy claims of 50% application to be verified and expenditure booked as per availability 
  Expenditure report on Jeva,  market infrastructure,  cig.  to be prepared,  balance fund to be reimbursed to state mission by Oct 15
  One video document/study report  of pre onam markets
Animal Husbandry
  10 broiler poultry units identifed and started in each of the districts
  CIG  funds for animal husbandry to be  completed
  Baseline report of animal husbandry sectors to be completed

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Start 1 CLC in each municipality
2 Give ID card to all Street vendors in your district. Bring one proposal for town vending plan
3 Establish 10 ME (8 indl, 2 group) in each ULB
4 Conduct a mobilization camp ( EST &P) , give list of students course wise( in possible cases start courses)
5 Give proposal for shelter in all possible ULBs
6 Conduct one RPL ( Recognition of Prior Learning) class  (3days) for street vendors(foodshop)

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Present 1 slide on plan of Balasabha programes ( district initiatives-5 lakhs)
2 NADARIYAN- Campaign to be completed and report should be uploaded in Website( Balasabha team will present future plan of action based on the Nadariyan campaign)
3 Select 1 student from Balasabha to participate in Maths Olympiad
4 Complete the data entry of Balasabha

 

Balasabha Plan for 2017 September and October

  1. Balasabha Campaign( Nadariyan) at ADS & CDS level – September 1st to 15th
  2. Report formation based on the campaign from all CDS before September 30th
  3. Math Olympiad at Block level
  4. Leadership training programme for Bala Panchayath Office bearers
  5. Young Mentor Development – Module & training with the support of Yong leaders selected at State level

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Complete the data collection of vulnerability mapping and present one slide on the Vulnerability mapping of 1st phase.( project undertaken by GPs)
2 Start SNEHITHA in all district
3 Identify 5 women for TED talk. Present the profile of selected women.
4 Conduct counseling for mothers of BUDs School and one pre-marital counseling in Panchayath( PO-Gender will prepare a proposal for systematic certificate course for community counselors)
5 Start 5 community counseling centers in your district and present 1 slide on best practices or activities.
6 Present one slide on district initiative (10 lakhs)

 

Kudumbashree Gender Programmes
Sl.No Programme   Actions to be taken before Next PRM(October 2017)
1 Vulnerability Mapping 1 Complete remaining training programmes up to ADS level 
2 Printing and distribution of data collection format
3 Secondary data collection completion
4 starting of primary data collection and Institutional analysis
       
2 Snehitha- Gender Help Desk 1 Set up Snehitha Building and infrastructure 
2 Appoinment of staff
3 Arrange field visit- Old snehitha visit
4  Arrange capacity building training for staff
  State Level training for the newly appointed staff will be given from state Mission 
  Community Counselling Programme 1 Prepare activity calender and distribute duties and responsibilities to counselors)
2 Complete Appoinment process of new counselors if needed(1 counselor for 3 CDS)
3 Conduct reviews and analyse the work progress and ensure support for their work
   
  Migration Centre 1 Training for Migration centre /Gender corner Members
4 2 Complete all procedures to start  migration centre and start the work
3 Orientation training for Elected representatives and CDS members
4 Prepare Action plan based on the guideline
   
5 Vigilant Group Formation 1 Complete 90% of vigilant Group formation
2 Upload the details of vigilant group in the google drive format
3 Conduct training for vigilant group members
   
6 Gender ResourceCentre/Block Level Community Counselling Centre 1 Complete the procedures to start Gender Resource centre and Community counselling centre at block level and start work
2 Activities should plannedand implemented on the basis of the discussions with elected representatives and guideline
3 Resource person/community counselor/CDS member can be the responsible person of GRC and BLCCC
   
7 Gender Self Learning programme - As part of the GSLP activities a theme based discussion will start at the NHG level. On the basis of the theme they can arrange discussions, converations, skit, street play etc for awareness creation. Material and discussion points about the theme will be distributed through the website

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Present  the district initiative
2 Inclusion and saturation. DMCs to present kudumbashree’s interventions in tribal area.
3 Malappuram, Kannur, Wayanad district  team should implement the plan proposal. ED will conduct a review meeting on Oct. 6th in state.

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Ashraya Survey to be complete
2 Start new BUDs /BRCs in all Panchayath with in Oct 15th
3 Inauguration of 14 BUDs Home on November 1st
4 Quality improvement plan submission of existing BUDs/BRCs –Oct 15th
5 Purchase all vehicles –BRCs
6 Submit all ashraya project (DPR) with in Nov 15th
   
PO (SD) will give draft proposal submitted to Govt. (New BUDs home, DFK,200 BUDs school)

 

Social Development Initiatives – Action entrusted till Oct. 15

 

  1. Destitute Free Kerala Campaign:
    1. Sep 15- State Level training (ADMC+ DPM+2 RP)
    2. Sep 16 -25 –Distict level training (5 RPs / CDS)
    3. Sep 27 – Oct 10 – DFK survey & Social Audit
    4. Oct 4- State wide inauguration of DFK campaign
    5. Oct 11- 16: Appeal period
  2. BUDS HOME : Districts other than Trivandrum, Idukky, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Wyanad, Alleppey and Pathanamthitta to identify
    1. Disticts who identified the location, to start for the opening of the HOME
  3. Initiating 200 BUDS / BRC – appointment of staff; inauguration of institutions
  4. Evaluate and take photograph of each BUDS/ BRC in the district and upload in the drive format

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Present a table with number of students enrolled  and date of commencement of training by new PIAs
2 Present a table with number of students studying for DDU GKY courses (existing PIAs) and date of completion of present batches.
3 Identify location for DDU-GKY migration centers and give a plan for convergence of various activities.
4 Convene a District level co ordination committee meeting  before next PRM
5 Complete the data entry of Pro life project ( NREGA job card holders placement details)

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Magazine- Complete the subscription  fees before Oct 5th

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 DMCs to select MECs( CRP-EPs), send BPM(SVEP) to Vadavukod and Parakkod and submit DPR before next PRM

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Labour bank – submit list of work done through  labour bank
2 Give skill training (driving ) 30 candidates (Male and female) and start electrition and plumbing 2nd batch
3 Prepare a DPR (Master Plan)  for integrating KILA and Attappady special project
4 Present your action plan (skill development)
5 DPR preparation for value chain project
6 Conduct a study a community kitchen through IRMA interns and present the report
7 Pudhur School – Present initiative – adoption of school

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 SVEP – sign MoU with all new states, Complete MECs selection, Prepare DPR(50%)
2 MEC project follow up in MoU with Rajastan, Karnataka and Maharashtra
3 Sign MoU with SERP – initiation of training- Café project
4 PRI-CBO convergence- Assam, Tripura process completion. Manipur phase 1.  Lakshadweep
5 MoU with NIRD- Universalization of convergence
6 Best practices documentation –Kudumbashree programme will be completed
7 NRO –impact assessment study will complete
8 Selection of new professionals
9 DMC will suggest one GP for Poverty Free Panchayath project. NRO will present an action plan.

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 One ABC unit should start functioning in each block where fund allotted.

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 AH Projects ( Ksheerasagaram, Adugramam) give final demand during next PRM
2 CIG- Give final demands and disburse SAHI( Support for AH Initiative) fund
3 Poultry –Start Kerala chicken farm in all identified places.  Identify more places.

 

 

Work To be completed before next PRM
   
1 Start second level training to all the existing construction team before next PRM
2 One model house should be constructed by the construction team (Guidelines should be issued before Sept 30)
3 Ensure at least one work for each construction team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Minutes of Organization Team - State Plan Review meeting held on 23.10.2017 at Kudumbashree State Mission Office Trivandrum
Organization:
In order to analyze the activities of organization team in various districts, state plan review meeting has been arranged at State Mission office on 23-10-2017. DMCs and ADMCs from 14 districts participated in the review meeting. The following decisions were taken in the meeting
 
Discussion Points Decision Responsibility
Strengthening  of Special NHGs (TG, PWD & Elderly) All DMCS are requested to disburse the Corpus Fund to special NHGs before next PRM. All DMCs and State Mission
Urgently report state mission, if there is any issue in district missions to disburse the allocated fund to special NHGs.  
Kozhikode and Ernakulam DMCs requested more Corpus Fund for PWD NHGs.  
All DMCs are requested to conduct a meeting of TG NHG members and collect feedbacks in order to strengthen Transgender NHGs  
Since there are lack of clarity in correct number of special NHGs, DMCs should collect actual number of special NHGs from the CDSs and update the web as early as possible.  
Livelihood Activities For Special NHGs All DMCs are requested to come up with atleast one livelihood from each Special NHGs (TG, PWD & Elderly) before next PRM. All DMCs
Revolving Fund for Coastal NHGs All DMCs are requested to disburse the revolving fund to coastal NHGs before next PRM All DMCs
Kudumbashree School All ADMCs are requested to monitor CDS RPs on every Thursday for 6 weeks and update the status of Kudumbashree School on every Friday in website.  All DMCs and State Mission
DMCs are requested to collect evaluation report and attendance details from Training team. DMCs should analyse the same and present it to state Mission after completing Kudumbashree School.  
Should conduct CDS level review meetings and special focus should be given to tribal, coastal and urban areas.  
State Mission is preparing a data collection format to collect details from all NHGs. Will issue necessary circular in this regard to all DMCs.    
Documentation is compulsory. Software will come soon to update photos and other details.   
Kudumbashree Election 2017 All DMCs and ADMCs are requested to  learn Byelaw thoroughly and should participate in an oral exam on next PRM All DMCs & ADMCs 
Magazine Subscription Distribute the magazines to NHGs till October free of cost.  All DMCs
All DMCs are requested to complete the magazine subscription as early as possible and update the number of NHGs details in web monitoring table.   
From November onwards state mission will print the magazines as per the requirement (No of NHGs paid subscription amount) submitted by DMCs.   
State Mission will issue necessary clarification with regard to the distribution of magazines to NHGs.  
Mobile app All DMCs are required to ensure that every member under Kudumbashree downloaded mobile app. All DMCs and State Mission

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ME AND COLLECTIVES- PRM DECISIONS
  Start Coir units in all districts.  If not feasible please communicate to HO in writing.
  Coir Machine Repair units to be started  incorporating members who passed Poly Technic or similar course  in all  feasible Districts
  Identify  members for Geriatric Care project and  position them by  November
  Start Haritha Karma Sena Project and supply HR for Plastic Shredding units
  Identify Agro Service team including Coconut Tree Climbers and link them with Coconut Clusters. 
  All ADMC ME must visit coir unit in Kannur on 30th October and also present the final revised proposal of CFC on the same day after noon.  The presentation should include 5 slides.(1. ME Unit Profile.  2. CFC Photo 3. Requirement for Infrastructure in detail, 4 Equipments / Machinery details with specifications and Price 5. other major highlights of CFC)
  Coastal Subsidy rate will be finalised later.
  ME survey planning to be initiated with identification of MECs/RPs and district level training to MECs/RPs by DPMs on 30/31 October. Survey and Data Entry to be completed by 2nd week of November. 
  Complete skill training and form MEs as per target. 
  Fund must be utilised before November 30 th and UC must be submitted in prescribed format.
  Requirement for TF/TUF/SDA/RF/CMF from each district to be submitted to State Office by 30 October. 
  DMC and ADMC ME should spend one whole day for assessing MY ME in their respective district before November 30th.

 

 

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Minutes of the PRM held on 23rd Oct 2017-Microfinance
 
Discussion Points Decision
100% fresh linkage: One of the targets given to the districts was to link  all unlinked NHGs District mission to achieve 100% before Nov 20th . If not compile NHG wise reasons for non-linkage (list of unlinked NHGs were circulated from State Mission)
Interest Subsidy & matching Grant Claim up to 30th Sep to be processed and disbursed during October ( as and when District Mission receive funds from State Mission). Support of RP deployed may be extended for further one week if necessary.
  Process of collecting the application need not be stopped and shall collect claim application up to oct 31st 
Strengthening of  KAASS  District mission to adopt adequate mechanism to strengthen KAASS Team so that auditing of CBOs are completed within the stipulated time Frame.
  Monitoring of KAASS team is sole responsibility of District Mission. 
  If required district Mission may deploy new members into KAASS team.
KSSBY data sharing Scholarship Data from some of the districts are not shared till date. Hence it is decided to give responsibility for a staff who will coordinate with state mission do the needful( Annexture attached)
Credit Linked Insurance District to send the pending claim details  to state Mission
Special Assignment to DPM DPM to do a study on NHGs who have taken bank loan  more than 8lakhs and those who taken less than 1 lakh. 
  Study should include details of tribal NHGs, their saving pattern, Bank linkage and repayment. 
  Bank-wise linkage statuses also need to be collected.  
  Report of study shall be submitted to state mission on or before 17th November
  State Mission to give necessary inputs to conduct the study
Positioning of CDS Accountants District mission to take necessary steps to fill the Vacant posts
Financial Literacy Campaign District level ToT to be planned and  details to be informed to State Mission
Money Lenders Survey @ Palakkad 100 NHG members from each CDS to be included in the survey. District mission to compile the data and submit report. District may deploy experts to analyse the data and to prepare the report
  Questionnaire will be given from the state mission. Survey shall be completed during the conduct of  Kudumbashree School
Linkage with ICICI Bank District mission may take appropriate decision on tie up with ICICI Bank. However, State Mission has not barred ICICI Bank from associating with Kudumbashree in Bank Linkage program
 
Discussion points from the Districts:
Accountants working at District Mission are considered as CDS Accountants and they get only Rs.12000-13000 per month. It was requested to consider their salary hike.
 
Annexture
District Person Responsible
Thiruvananthapuram Neethu L Prakash
Kollam Jensy
Pathanamthitta Anitha K Nair
Alappuzha DPM- Mf
Kottayam Kavitha K K
Idukki Soorya
Ernakulam Anuja
Thrissur Reji Thomas
Palakkad Sethu Lekshmi
Malappuram Manaf
Kozhikode Neenu
Wayanad Resource Person
Kannur Jibbin
Kasaragod Soudha

 

Minutes of PRM held at 23rd -24th October 2017

Day 2

MIS -Decisions taken and points discussed

  1. NHG and member profile creation in the NRLM web portal by the CDS accountants must be speeded up giving it utmost priority. DMCs’ must monitor the progress and make sure that the exercise is completed on or before 31/10/2017.
  2. Laptop and dongle procurement by CDS for implementing TBSDAS must be completed by 31/10/2017. Those CDS who are facing difficulty in procuring, should be identified by the DMT and for those CDS, the procurement can be done through the DMC by tender or e-tender whichever is applicable.
  3. TBSDAS implementation must be rolled out as per the action plan. One master trainer from each district, who is well versed in accounting and has relevant computer skills, must be identified by the DMT. Such a person must provide atleast 3 months hand hold support to the RPs.
  4. Each CDS can hire 1 more RP to expedite the TBSDAS implementation, making the total number of RPs per CDS, 2.
  5. The desktop computer available at the DDUGKY training centers may be utilized for the TBSDAS data entry after a feasibility study. If found feasible DDUGKY students may be engaged in data entry after intensive hands-on training workshops.
  6. Fund Disbursement module must be updated by the DMT priority wise, firstly the current financial year (2017-18) and then the previous financial years (2012-2017). All fund disbursed from the NRLM fund (CIF/CEF, RF, VRF) must be entered in the NRLM MIS fund disbursement module
  7. All modules data entry in the State MIS must be done by the CDS accountants. MF modules must be updated by the CDS accountants on or before 30/11/2017.
  8. Ashraya data entry must be done by the CDS accountants as a onetime data entry i.e. consolidated data of each CDS must be entered in the web application of DFK. Ashraya team must take up the task and make provision in the new web portal for the same.

 

 

 

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Balasabha
Sl. No Actions to be taken before Next PRM
1 Complete Balasabha members data collection and upload in the given format
2 Submit the hard copy and soft copy of Nadariyaan Campaign handbook
3 Complete Math Olympiad - Ganitha vismayam 
4 Young Mentor Development Programme as per schedule given
5 Plan and conduct District Specific programme

 

 

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Kudumbashree Gender Programmes
Sl.No Programme   Actions to be taken before Next PRM
1 Vulnerability Mapping 1 Complete data collection including FGD
2 Start Data consolidation work at ADS level
3 Immediate intervention in identified issues if needed
4 Pending TA and Honorarium distribution
  State level training for report formation will be done by November Third week
2 Snehitha- Gender Help Desk 1 Set up Snehitha Building and infrastructure 
2 Appoinment of staff
3 Duty division to staff for field level intervention
4 Arrange orientation and exposure training for staff
5 Convergence Programme 
6 Campaign
  State Level training for the newly appointed staff will be given from state Mission after completing the appoinments
3 Community Counselling Programme 1 Prepare activity calender and distribute duties and responsibilities to counselors
2 Complete Appoinment process of new counselors if needed (1 counselor for 3 CDS)
3 Pending TA and Honorarium distribution
4 Complete 75% activities proposed (BUDS BRC parents counselling, premarital counselling, Adolescent and elderly counselling)
5 Conduct reviews and analyse the work progress and ensure support for their work
  Theme Specific special training will be given from State Mission
5 Vigilant Group Formation 1 Complete vigilant Group formation
2 Upload the details of vigilant group in the google drive format
3 Conduct training for vigilant group members with the support of Home Department
4 Initiate Convergence action with Panchayath and ward level Jagratha Samithi 
  Detailed  guideline for systematic intervension of Vigilent group will be given from State Mission
6 Gender ResourceCentre/Block Level Community Counselling Centre 1 Complete the procedures to start Gender Resource centre and Community counselling centre at block level and start work
2 Activities should planned and implemented on the basis of the discussions with elected representatives and guideline given
3 Resource person/community counselor/CDS member can be the responsible person of GRC and BLCCC
  Detailed guideline(Functioning of GRC in collaburation with LSG) will be given from state Mission before November 15th 2017 
7 Gender Self Learning programme -   As part of the GSLP activities we are planning to conduct  theme based discussion. Training for the programme coordinators(resource persons)
  First theme based discussion should start by December 2nd and 3rd. Detailed guideline and material will be given from state mission
  Plan and conduct district specific programme

 

 

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  PRM Minutes -23 October 2017 –Tribal interventions
1 Prepare a clear plan and implement programme for the utilisation of tribal district initiative fund.
2 Prepare a clear picture about the organisation of tribes in your district- It must include the details (CDS wise report) and monitor the progress regularly
3 Start a 4 individual and 1 group ME in the community (with in Dec 2017)
4 Mobilise/ identify 10 appropriate tribal candidate for the enrolment and ensure their placement. (Through DDU GKY project)
5 Identify and prepare the list of mentally challenged people in the tribal villages– Prepare a CDS wise report.
6 Conduct tribal fest including tribal culture, traditional food, handicrafts, traditional healers etc.
7 Complete all capacity building training programme for oorumoopans and promoters team.
8 Complete the distribution of all funds (Corpus fund to NHGs and JLGs)

 

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1 One ME unit of candidates not placed under DDU GKY has to set up before next PRM in all districts-
2 ALUMNI Meet of DDU GKY candidates in all districts.
3 Extensive IEC campaign-submit IEC action plan before 30th Oct
4 DMC/ADMC has to visit the Training Centers in respective districts. 
5 Ensure the prompt community based  tracking.
6 Change strategy for mobilization to door to door/HH basis.
7 Ensure 100% Naipunya register availability in all CDS and digitalize the same.
8 Complete DLCCs in all districts by Nov 30th.
9 Documentary Films by Dist Teams.
10 Monthly PIA review meetings.
11 Ensure the enrollment of min 2 Ashraya beneficiaries in all Panchayaths

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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