MKSP - JLG bank linkage Campaign
Bank linkages camps are aimed at delivering financial tools to JLG through the Kudumbashree network, aimed at accelerating institutional credit, and reducing the delivery time
Supply and value chain activity
Enhancing value generated through better supply chain and value chain management, weekly markets provide a direct outlets for the farmers to sell their product directly to the farmers. value chain approaches reduces the risk and enhances the
Collective Farming Kudumbashree state plan support
As part of the reducing the risk and providing adequate incentive for supporting the rural women farmers, Kudumbashree through its state plan component provided interest subsidy for bank credit and viability gap funding for agriculture activity
Fallow-less village programme
To bring the fallow unproductive lands into cultivable lands for enhancing overall agricultural production and productivity in the state.Fallow lands under each CDs will be mapped and cultivated in Convergence with GPs, MNREGS and Agri Dept. Paddy lands would be given thrust under this programme.
MKSP - Collective Farming
Mahila Kisan Sashakthikaran Pariyojana (MKSP) a sub component of the National Rural Livelihood Mission (NRLM) aims to promote women group farming. Presently Kudumbashree has 60000 women farming groups to cultivate 55000 Ha of land in the State.
Community Interest Group (CIG)
In order to support the income generation activity of the NHG members, a new scheme for the members undertaking livestock sector is proposed. Through this intervention credit support and other supply chain support would be created for the members undertaking dairy husbandry activity. NHG members undertaking cow rearing for the last 2 years are eligible to be part of the CIG . Each of the CIG will have minimum 5 member whom are dairy farmers . Each of the CIG after verification could submit request for CIF to the CDS. Rs 1 lakh livelihood revolving fund to be provided by CDS @4% interest rate to 3 cow rearing groups in the selected CDS.
Bhakshya Surakshya Bhavanam
Ensuring better food security by promoting household farming, targeted to involve 2 million members to start cultivation on possible resources available to them
Kudumbashree to Address Street Dog Menace - ABCD Management Units
Kudumbashree has completed first phase of training of its 389 number of members in 68 Units to perform as Animal Birth Control Designated Management units to aid the Stray Control projects implemented by Jilla Pancahyaths, Municipalities and Muncipal Corporations.As per GO no.3247/2016/LSGD dated 30/11/2016, these trained and certified Kudumbashree members will function as community level facilitators for catching stray dogs,transportation to the designated ABC centres of LSGIs for the ABC procedure as per protocols ,pre and post operative care of dogs,and safe release of above dogs back as per rules,for a service fee of Rs.1000 per dog payable to them from the fund allocated by LSGIs for the project.