Keycap Mussorie 8th Dec 2011 - amr

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AMRAPARD
LAB-to-LAND INITIATIVE
AMR-APARD
LAB –TO –LAND
INITIATIVE
KEYCAP – Knowledgeable and Empowered
community is the KEY to Community Development in
Andhra Pradesh
 Aims at the wellbeing of rural community
 Catalyses convergence of a host of programmes
 Enhances effectiveness of any programme by
building leadership, disseminating knowledge,
community monitoring etc.,
 Builds a cadre of Bharat Nirman Volunteers to be the
“last mile human connectivity” for the Government
with the Rural Community.

CHEEDED VILLAGE ON GOOGLE MAP
CHEEDED VILLAGE
BOUNDARY
IN TOPOSHEET NO.56K/12/SE
CGARD
LAB 2 LAND INITIATIVE
PROJECT
VILLAGE : CHEEDED
MANDAL : MANCHAL
DISTRICT : RANGA REDDY
Digital Elevation Model (DEM)
Towards Chintapatla
Towards Loyapalli
Cheeded Village
Towards
Datpalli
Towards Rangapur
CGAR
D
RANGA REDDY DISTRICT
PR
RD
MEDICAL &
HEALTH
PLANNING
HOUSING
REVENUE
IRRIGATION
RWS
AGRICULTURE
AH
YOUTH
AFFAIRS
WOMEN &
CHILD
WELFARE
POLICE
EXCISE
FOREST
TRIBAL
WELFARE
MINES &
GEOLOGY
SC
WELFARE
SERICULTURE
MANDAL
ENERGY
R&B
MARKETIN
G
INDUSTRIES
DISABLED
WELFARE
BC
WELFARE
SOCIAL
WELFARE
BANKING
POSTAL
EDUCATIO
N
TELECOM
COOPERA
TIVE
FISHERIES
GROUND
WATER
HOUSING
COMMERC
IAL TAX
HORTICULT
URE
1.PS
7.COMMUNITY
COORDINATOR
13.Head
Master
2.RS
8.Sakshara
Bharathi
Coordinator
3.ANGANW
ADI
TEACHER
9.Sakshara
Bharathi
Coordinator
4.ASHA
WORKER
10.Commu
nity
Service
Provider
21.Teacher
27.Teacher
18.Vidya
Volunteer
22.PTF
28.Teacher
6.ADARSH
A RYTHU
11.ANM
12.Sweeper
15.Work
Inspector
Housing
14.Vidya
Volunteer
FUNCTIONARIES
IN CHEEDED GP
17.Teacher
5.FIELD
ASSISTANT
23.Midday
Meal
Cook
29.FP
Shop
Dealer
24.NPM
Coordinator
37.Ward
members-8
16.Sweeper
19.Villag
e Book
Keeper
20.Sweeper
25.Helper
26.Waterman
38.Gopala
Mitra
39.Karobar
RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
1
MAHATMA GANDHI NATIONAL RURAL EMPLOYMENT GUARANTEE
ACT (MGNRGEA)
2
INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME ( IWMP)
3
SWARNAJAYANTI GRAM SWAROZGAR YOJANA (SGSY)
4
PRADHAN MANTRI GRAM SADAK YOJANA (PMGSY)
5
NATIONAL RURAL DRINKING WATER PROGRAMME(NRDWP)
6
TOTAL SANITATION CAMPAIGN (TSC)
7
NATIONAL SOCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME (NSAP)
8
INDIRA AWAS YOJANA (IAY)
9
PROVISION OF URBAN AMENITIES IN RURAL AREAS (PURA)
MINISTRY OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS, FOOD AND PUBLIC
DISTRIBUTION
246 PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM(PDS)
247 ANTYODAYA ANNA YOJANA (AAY)
NATIONAL BANK FOR AGRICULTURE AND RURAL
DEVELOPMENT (NABARD)
248 RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT FUND(RIDF)
MINISTRY OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY
249 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU NATIONAL SOLAR MISSSION (JNNSM)
250 NATIONAL PROJECT FOR BIOGAS DEVELOPMENT (NPBD)
251 REMOTE VILLAGE ELECTRIFICATION PROGRAMME (RVEP)
252 INDIAN RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (IREDA)
DEPARTMENT OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS
253 VILLAGE PUBLIC TELEPHONE
254 UNIVERSAL SERVICE OBLIGATION FUND
255 SWABHIMAN
CASE STUDY - I
Name : Devarakonda .
Laxmamma
Caste :BC
Marital Status : Widow
House No: 1-88/1
Village :Cheeded
Mandal :Manchal
District:Ranga Reddy
State : Andhra Pradesh
Children : 2 Sons and 1
daughter
Age : 50/42/39/37 years
VOTER INDENTITY
CARD :
50 YEARS
RATION CARD :
42 YEARS
MGNREGA JOB CARD :
39 YEARS
MGNREGA SMARTCARD :
37 YEARS
GOVERNMENT PROGRAMMES
INDIRA
KRANTHI
PATHAM
(IKP)
WIDOW
PENSION
IAY
D.LAXMAMMA
RAJIV GANDHI
GRAMEEN
VIDYUTIKARAN
YOJANA(RGVY)
MGNREGS
AAM ADMI
BHIMA
YOJANA
PUBLIC
DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEM
NRDWP
CASE STUDY -2
1. CHEEDED GRAM PANCHAYAT
2. MANCHAL MANDAL
3. RANGA REDDY DISTRICT
4. DRY LAND FARMERS :
15
5. EXTENT
:
50 ACRES
6. PRESENT POSITION OF LAND :
FALLOW
7. REASONS FOR KEEPING THE LAND FALLOW:
 Scanty and erratic rainfall
 Hike in labour charges
 Shortage of labour
 Labour are more intrested in MGNREGS works
• Work shop with DRPs
• Identified 75 Gram Panchayats in 22
Districts
I,
……………………..
a
Bharat
Nirman
Volunteer/Panchayat
Member/Villager/Officer , having solemnly
resolved to
APARD’s
participate voluntarily in
KEYCAP
(LAB
TO
LAND)
Initiative and strive my level best to bring a
holistic and sustainable development of --------Cheeded Gram Panchayat. I shall try my
level best to acquire knowledge on various
state and central government programmes
meant for rural development and see that
quality services and benefits are properly
delivered to the citizens to the fullest
extent. I will also act as a catalyst to
enlighten the people to act against various
forms of evils existing in the society and
shall endeavor to build a Knowledgeable
and
Empowered
Community
in
my
village/Place where I am working. I shall
make every effort to make Cheeded Village
globally known for the transformation it is
going to bring in near future
OATH
District Officials interaction in Gramsabha
Triggering Exercise-PMES
59
60
Haemoglobin Level
among women
60
47
50
40
30
15
20
10
3
5
0
7.0-8.0
8.0-9.0
9.0-10.0
10.0-10.50
10.50-11.00
11.00 11.50
Improvement of Village Cleaniless
Health and Nutrition Committee Discussions
Liquor Prohibition Committee
Liquor Vendors
Wall News Paper
All Political party leaders have come together
ASP(NGO) installed computer system in the
GP office
Committees have started working on their own
On 25-03-2011 & 26-03-2011, Cheeded GP
and other villagers engaged 75 other GP
Sarpanches,75 educated unemployed youth at
AMR-APARD for a day in orienting them
TWO DAY WORKSHOP ON LAB TO LAND INITIATIVE WITH
Sarpanches,Youth Volunteers and Ward members of 75 Gram
Panchayats on 25-03-2011 to 26-03-2011
CHEEDED GRAM PANCHAYAT PRESENTING THEIR EXPERIENCES
UNDER LAB-TO-LAND INITIATIVE TO 75 GRAM PANCHAYATS
WHY BNVs DO VOLUNTARY
WORK
FINDINGS FROM SAMPLE SURVEY ON WHY
BNVs DO VOLUNTARY WORK
 IT OFFERS MANY NEW PROFESSIONAL CONTACTS
 IT PROVIDES A PHYSICAL
& PSYCHOLOGICAL FEEL GOOD SENSATION
 IT REDUCES ISOLATION , LONELINESS,
FRUSTRATION & DEPRESSION
 IT FETCHES RECOGNITION
 IT STRENGTHENS INTRA & INTER FAMILY/IES RELATIONS
 IT HELPS GAINING INTERPERSONAL, COMMUNICATION,
ORGANIZATIONAL , MANAGERIAL & LEADERSHIP SKILLS
 IT HELPS JOB SEARCH
Highlighting the activities of BNVs
VOLUNTARY ACTIVITIES
TAKEN UP FOR GAINING
CONFIDENCE OF
COMMUNITY
Voluntary activities by BNVs Initiatives

Plantation programmes
 Kitchen garden activities
 Special classes were conducted for 10th
class students
 Started open library in the village
 Collected rice and distributed to the poorest
of poor families
 Banned sale of liquor, Panparag and Gutkha
 Taken up shramadan works on every 1st and
3rd Sundays in a month
 Facilitated
in constitution of a team with
15 elderly persons and conducting
awareness campaign about harmful
consequences of intoxication
 During cyclonic storms, damaged street
lights were replaced by BNVs
 Jungle clearance
 Clean and Green programmes
 Taken
over community hall which was
under unauthorized occupation by local
leader for the last 23 years
 Banned use of plastic items
 Closed liquor vending shops
 Organized health camps
 Enrolled school dropouts
 Distributed note books and slates to
school children
 Restored RTC bus services
 Established R.O-based water treatment
plants
 Supplied dust bins

Cleared debris with the help of JCB
machines
 Through health camps identified children
suffering from heart problems and
facilitated surgery under “Arogya Sree”
programme with 100% free of cost
 Avenue plantation
 Construction of Individual Sanitary Toilets
 Ensured Mid-day meal as per menu to
school children
Facilitated 100% family planning
 Cleaned Over Head Water Supply
tanks every 15 days
 Wall writings on social responsibilities
 Monitored
local
institutions
like
Anganwadi centres, schools, Nutrition
centres, Gopal mitra centres , Health
sub-centres, etc
 Formation of approach roads to local
grave yards

 Conducted
quiz programmes among
pregnant women to create awareness
about mother and child health
 Distributed Smokeless chulhas
 Facilitated
distribution of pattas to
landless poor
 Promoted enrollment in government
schools discouraging admission in
private schools
 Facilitated bank loans to landless
tenant farmers
 Reading
daily news papers for the nonliterates in the village
 Prohibited washing of clothes at public
water bodies and drinking water taps
 Established bio-gas plants with the help
of NEDCAP
 Facilitated loan waiver to weavers
 Conducted physiotherapy classes to
weavers
 Closed
cesspools and prevented water
logging
 Campaigned against open defecation
 Some BNVs opened e-mail addresses
like : [email protected]
 Regulated garbage dumping in drains
Horticulture plantation
 Ensured no police /court cases in the
villages
 Identified child labor and enrolled them
into schools
 Facilitated financial assistance from
NGOs/ CBOs for completion of
incomplete houses under
IAY/INDIRAMMA housing
 Identified eligible youth and referred
them to Job Cell ,DRDA for Vocational
training

 Trained
farmers on Organic farming
with the help of local “Adarsh Rythulu”
for preparation of vermi compost, biofertilizers and bio-pesticides
 Suggested to be called as “Nava Bharat
Nirman Volunteers”
 Campaign on banning of plastic
 Engaging elderly through conversation
and documenting their experiences
 Promoted
the concept of making family
members literate by one’s own family
 Engaged in HIV/AIDS care
 Campaigned with school children on water,
sanitation and ethics. Slogans like “KOTI
RUPAYALU ICHINA VOTUNU AMMUKOMU”
used
 Ensured “Challa Yanadi”- a nomadic tribe to
lead settled life
 Conducted games, elocution
and essay
writing competitions to school children
 Conducted
trainings for skill up gradation
in association with banks
 Promoted community contributions to
upgrade the
existing institutional
facilities
 Started BNV reading rooms
 Programmed reunion of all those once
lived in the village and are now away
under the banner “JANMASTHALA
SAMYOJANAM”
SOME PROUD MOMENTS
TO AMR-APARD

REQUEST FROM OTHER THAN 79 VILLAGES FOR
REGISTRATION UNDER L-2-L INITIATIVE
 REQUESTS FROM NGOs to CONSIDER THEM
FOR TAKING UP THIS INITIATIVE
 REQUEST
FROM
RURAL
DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT FOR UTILIZING THE SERVICES OF
BNVs FOR SOCIAL AUDIT , IWMP
 DISTRICT COLLECTORS OF RANGA REDDY &
CHITTOOR
RECOMMENDED TO TAKE ONE
VILLAGE IN EACH MANDAL
 SOME
OF THE
EX-SARPANCHES HAVE
ENROLLED THEM AS BNVs
 ENGINEERING GRADUATES FROM BITS, PILANI
HAVE UNDERGONE BNV TRAINING
 INTEL DONATED
100 LAPTOPS TO APARD
IMPRESSED BY
THE CONCEPT THROUGH
Demand for training

Sarpanches who were completely convinced
about the concept and the role of BNVs in
Lab to Land have enrolled themselves as
BNVs after completion of their 5 years tenure
on August 21st 2011
Visit websites
 www.apard.gov.in
 www.apardkeycap.nic.in

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