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ADVANTAGE INDIA Advantage India ü Advantage India is a non-profit social affairs organisation ü Committed to people-centred development strategy, sustainable human development, environmental protection, basic education, poverty reduction, resettlement and rehabilitation, capacity building, training and development, women empowerment, productive employment and social integration. ü Over the years Advantage India added new skills to their array of services such as social marketing and social research.
ADVANTAGE INDIA Advantage India ü We provide assistance and expertise to the corporate, government and non-government organisations who envisage a commitment and responsibility to manage social and community development projects. It also facilitates collaborations between socially responsible groups, companies or organisations both directly and indirectly. Thus it helps by bridging the gap between the desire to help on part of organisations and meeting the critical requirements of the communities. ü Advantage India is rich in human resource from diverse fields such as management, research, social work, social marketing, health, education, resettlement and rehabilitation, rural development, environment, finance, communication, training and development, statistics, economics and information technology.
ADVANTAGE INDIA ü Our organization is working in Tonk & Uniara blocks since October 2003 in 70 villages (11 Panchayats) and in Todaraising block since April 2006 in 40 villages (10 Panchayats). ü At Uniara during CM’s visit, she had purchased wooden craft and leather mojari from Advantage India’s stall. ü Actively participated in CM visit at Uniara, Banas mela, Tonk Mahotsav, Jal chetna Rath yatra, NSV, as per the directions from Collector Office 1 No. of CIGs Formed & Approved %of groups where majority belong to a particular caste/ sub caste 232 100% 1. Meena 30% 2. Gurjar 25% 3. Mali 15% 1. Bhil 5% 2. Kumhar 10% 3. Kir 2% 4. Brahman 2% 5. Others 6%
ADVANTAGE INDIA 1 No. benefited (Financed) 205 88. 36% of 232 CIGs A]Agriculture & Allied 170 82. 92% i) Land based 88 51. 76% ii) Dairy 26 15. 29% iii) Pig 1 0. 588% iv) Poultry 1 0. 588% v) Livestock (Sheep & Goat) 54 31. 76% Activity wise No. of CIGs benefited
ADVANTAGE INDIA 1 B] Non Farm [Activity wise No. ] a)Tent b) Durry c) Carpet d) Mid day Meal e) Readymade Garments f) Stone cutting & Polishing g) Light Decoration h) Leather i) Wooden Work j) Black smith k) RCC Centering 35 14 1 3 2 4 2 1 1 5 15. 08% 40% 2. 85% 8. 57% 5. 71% 11. 42% 5. 71% 2. 85% 14. 28%
ADVANTAGE INDIA 2 Preparation, Sanction, implementation of sub projects (a) Avg. time taken for preparation 6 months (b) Avg. time for sanction 3 months of projects (c) Avg. time taken for Group contribution 3 months (d) Avg. time taken for transfer of funds to CIG account 1)1 month in non Farm sector 2) IInd & IIIrd installment delayed due to procedure. (e) Avg. time taken for acquisition of asset. 1) 3 months in Non farm. 2) 1. 5 year in land based activities in which installment is 40 -40 -20% 3) Sheep Goat Buffalo: 6 to 8 months in 2 nd installment
ADVANTAGE INDIA 4 5 % of group members who lost their assets 12. 39% of total 2460 group members Remark: 205 members out of 2460 total members lost assets (A) Death 150 6. 09% Due to Natural Calamity (B) Other reasons 100 4. 06% Unavoidable circumstances (a)Q&S Orientation Training 93 28. 29% 2 days (b) Skill building training 58 28% (c) EMD/ AMT 2 0. 97% Capacity Building of CIGs % CIGs given 1) 7 days, 2) 30 days, 3) 45 days, 4) 60 days 5) 90 days 7 days
ADVANTAGE INDIA 3 s CIG Performance [A]% of groups earning a net income 205 100% i) Rs. 15000 per month 0 0 ii) Rs. 10000 -15000 50 24. 39% iii) Rs. 5000 -10000 80 39. 02% iv) Rs. 5000 75 36. 58% v) No Income 0 0 [B] % of Groups who have acquired additional assets 80 39. 02% [C]% of groups linked to the market 175 85. 36%
ADVANTAGE INDIA 6 % of groups linked to bank credit 7 Insurance 2 i) No. of CIGs who insured their assets 102 ii) No. of claims filed 32 iii) No. of claims disbursed 10 iv) Pending 22 Remark: 50 bank credit applications deposited by CIGs to the banks with facilitation of our staff up to 28. 11. 06 Action being taken to meet officials personally and written complaints filed. A CIG member have filed suit at district level consumer right protection court.
ADVANTAGE INDIA 8 List of 10 Groups whom you consider a success story and mention reasons for success 1 Shakti, Fuleta Mid Day Meal Earning with profit. 2 Muskan, Farukabad IAD Earning with profit. 3 Devnarayan Bishanpura Well, Engine, Pipe Earning with profit. 4 Mahatma Gandhi Fuleta Durry Weaving Earning with profit. 5 Bajrangbali A. Choki IAD Earning with profit. 6 Shri Choth Mata Balapura Anicut Earning with profit. 20 hactor land irrigated & 20 wells recharged 7 Alif Laila Fuleta Tent House Earning with profit. 8 Shri Ganesh Bilota Goatry Earning with profit. 9 Jay Mata di Bambor Ready Made Garment Earning with profit. 10 Shri Vishwa Karma Aligadh Wooden Workshop Earning with profit by getting job work in Kalptaru Power plantation.
Shakti Common Interest Group, Village-Fuleta Activity- Mid Day Meal, Sanctioned amount- 1, 90, 410 Advantage India
Muskan Common Interest Group, Village-Farukabad Activity- IAD, Sanctioned amount- 1, 10, 500 Advantage India
Devnarayan Common Interest Group, Village-Bishanpura Activity- Well, Engine, Pipe, Sanctioned amount- 2, 19, 640 Advantage India
Mahatma Gandhi Common Interest Group, Village-Fuleta Activity- Durry Weaving, Sanctioned amount- 2, 98, 800 Advantage India
Bajarangbali Common Interest Group, Village-A. Choki Activity- IAD, Sanctioned amount- 1, 10, 500 Advantage India
ADVANTAGE INDIA 9 Lessons Learnt Task Targe t Achiev ement Rema Lessons Learnt ining What Next CIG Formation 280 Nil Problems from local activist and influential persons Illiterate (Women) Target group Initially unaware about DPIP. CIG strengthening through SHG concept internalization Submission of CIGs 280 Nil - - Approval of CIGs 280 232 48 Delay (Slow process) Time bound: 15 days Timely Delivery Submission of Projects 280 230 2 More Paper work in IG, LB, sub projects application form More expectations from CIGs like three quotation & comparatives etc. Paper work as per capacity of CIG members. Sub- projects application should be as per model of projects Sanctioned Approval 280 223 7 Long procedure of Panel Earlier low convergence with line dept. Fee charges Rs. 500 by panel Project approval from RUDA, DIC, MNIT delayed Formation of Project Sanction Committee Model sub- projects to be formed
ADVANTAGE INDIA 9 Lessons Learnt Task Targ Achiev et ement Remai Lessons Learnt ning What Next Contribution and MOU Submission 280 214 9 1. Because of Drought for 3 Years CIGs unable to deposit contribution 2. Notary Fees compulsion also delayed At initial stage SHG pattern may be adopted for 1 year after that Grading. This will ease contribution collection. Fund Release 280 205 9 Repeated objections after project sanction Delayed fund release No objections should be raised after project sanction. Delay de-motivates CIGs Submission UC 280 21 - Submission CC 280 127 (57) Under Process Difficult to collect the documents from CIGs. Local influential persons misguided. Gram Sabhas held infrequently Documents to be demanded as per capacity of CIGs NGO-GO control over fund release is must. It will be easy to follow the rules & regulations
ADVANTAGE INDIA 9 Lessons Learnt Task Targ et Achieve ment Remai Lessons Learnt ning What Next CC adjust by DPMU 280 69 58 After March ’ 05 Physical There should be common Verification became must policy based on ground for pending projects. reality for CC adjustment. Many CCs pending only because of this change Sustainability after 3 month 280 67 60 Lengthy process of CC, NGOs could not complete task, which resulted in delayed reimbursement. CC adjustment within 15 days after receiving required documents. DPMU should fix accountability. Cluster 280 - - DIPA Cluster has formed w/o any financial aid. Submitted Goatry cluster We have planned clusters for Buffalo & Sheep. It will be submitted very soon.
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