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Special project for the sustainable development of tribal livelihoods - A joint initiative of Tribal Development Department and Kudumbashree

The Tribal special project is an initiative of Kudumbashree in collaboration with the Tribal department to address the special issue of the tribal population  of the state, in a systematic manner. The project primarily targets at bringing the marginalized tribals under the aegis of the Kudumbashree network and provide them with facilities which were otherwise less accessible or denied, as part of its poverty eradication mission.The objectives of the mission is planned to be achieved with the active convergence of various government and non government agencies as well as departments. The project was initiated as a pilot in select 10 panchayats of 4 districts namely Idukki, Wayanad, Palakkad and Kasaragod in the first phase. In the second phase the project was expanded to 10 selected panchayats of the remaining district excluding Alappuzha, owing to less number of tribal inhabitation in the district. In the third phase the project has been expanded to all panchayats with tribal inhabitation.

Community mobilization and NHG formation is important for people- centered, integrated development. It is a process for empowering local communities especially vulnerable groups like tribal and combining awareness creation, self organization and action so that communities can work for changes that will benefit the social, emotional, financial and physical needs of beneficiaries. The Tribal special project facilitates the creation of ST NHGs as well as at ADSs, if necessary in areas where there are more than two Tribal NHGs. The project provides a corpus fund of Rs. 10,000 at all newly formed ST NHGs. Micro finance and Micro enterprise activities are given special; focus among the tribals as part of the project activities. Measures have also been taken to ensure cent percent tribal participation in the MNREGS actives. Formation of special Ashraya projects, provision of supplementary food for the malnourished aged, infants and adolescent girls, formation of ST Balasabhas and adolescents club, holistic health programme, etc are some of the highlights of the project.

The past 10 years, about 106162 tribal families were covered under 6375 NHGs under the project. Formation of NHGs alone was not the prerogative of Kudumbashree in tribal areas. It is such instances that prompted Kudumbashree to form Special Ashraya projects for tribal beneficiaries. State Kudumbashree Mission has sanctioned 77 Special Tribal Ashraya Projects with 4440 families from districts.

During this period 43556 Women got registered under the MGNREGS. Efforts were also undertaken to train the women in different skills which could help them to start their own micro enterprises so that they needn’t depend on somebody else to provide them opportunities for a livelihood. The skill development programme is gaining a steady momentum in the districts as more and more women come forward to initiate micro enterprises on their own. By this process 435 Group Micro Enterprises and 131 Individual Micro Enterprises started along with 2035 Joint Liability Group (JLG) groups. Training programmes were also given to NHG functionaries in maintaining records and convene meetings regularly. Corpus fund was also distributed to newly formed NHGs to ensure the sustainability of activities associated with NHG formation. General trainings and awareness classes for women and teenaged children, based on specific subjects and medical camps were also a regular feature of activities undertook for tribes by the mission in Kerala.

Tribal special project facilitates the creation of ST NHGs as well as At ADSs, if necessary in areas where there are more than two Tribal NHGs. The project provides a corpus fund of Rs. 10,000 at all newly formed ST NHGs. Micro finance and Micro enterprise activities are given special; focus among the tribals as part of the project activities. Measures have also been taken to ensure cent percent tribal participation in the MNREGS actives. Formation of special Ashraya projects, provision of supplementary food for the malnourished aged, infants and adolescent girls, formation of ST Balasabhas etc are some of the highlights of the project.

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Thiruvananthapuram
Idukki
Malappuram
Kasaragod

 

Basic Statistics of Tribal

Sl No District Tribal LSGIs Total Colonies Total Families Total Population Total NHGs Total Tribal Asraya
1 Thiruvananthapuram 31 260 6374 22072 293 4
2 Kollam 20 26 1045 3988 64 5
3 Pathanamthitta 14 32 1743 6347 53 3
4 Alappuzha 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Kottayam 67 115 4658 18969 143 7
6 Idukki 48 246 14457 49143 712 12
7 Ernakulam 2 20 1259 4692 71 16
8 Thrissur 13 77 1664 5574 79 1
9 Palakkad 33 282 5167 14733 121 9
10 Malappuram 30 241 4100 16300 139 1
11 Kozhikode 31 134 3095 10535 112 14
12 Wayanad 26 2904 38983 148520 2348 26
13 Kannur 32 330 8458 34744 410 0
14 Kasaragod 32 933 20218 70913 1070 9
  Total 379 5640 111221 406530 5615 107

 

 

MF Related Achievements of TRIBAL NHGs till 28-02-2017

Sl No District Thrift Internal Loan No.of Tribal NHGs Graded No.of Tribal NHGs Linked Linkage Loan Amount No of Tribal NHGs received Matching Grant Amount No.of Tribal NHGS Received Corpus Fund Rs.10,000
1 Thiruvananthapuram 17757146 45157208 130 84 21493401 92 246202 202
2 Kollam 2108975 2897374 7 14 6393600 4 15517 22
3 Pathanamthitta 3248673 4334263 32 26 8740160 10 47160 32
4 Alappuzha 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Kottayam 11377468 39473432 81 66 7356300 39 24520 71
6 Idukki 50008353 168237571 351 351 56571400 351 455946 642
7 Ernakulam 4547701 15086871 51 25 2685000 11 81854 62
8 Thrissur 2495625 7348211 32 9 3147000 8 8024 41
9 Palakkad 9209276 20140240 58 18 6466000 42 30027 57
10 Malappuram 5257243 7951581 136 136 6201000 50 9293 5
11 Kozhikode 4049156 4610714 55 55 3617400 35 8300 56
12 Wayanad 99236453 339108905 748 453 109984314 389 1312136 1454
13 Kannur 41815618 164137599 229 131 29986100 100 513226 367
14 Kasaragod 90116189 351583321 537 453 56377600 570 1312578 392
  Total 341227876 1170067290 2447 1821 319019275 1701 4064783 3403

 

Social Development Sector

Sl No District No. of Tribal Balasabha No. of Members in Tribal Balasabha No. of Tribal Adolescents Clubs Formed No. of Tribal Cultural Group Formed No. of Tribal CraftsMan Identified No. of Tribal Youths Identified Special Talents
1 Thiruvananthapuram 70 1054 1 8 92 80
2 Kollam 6 78 2 3 0 0
3 Pathanamthitta 6 60 1 0 0 0
4 Alappuzha 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Kottayam 21 236 0 0 0 0
6 Idukki 72 355 13 10 5 17
7 Ernakulam 2 37 0 0 1 6
8 Thrissur 12 168 4 1 8 8
9 Palakkad 20 174 14 1 0 0
10 Malappuram 18 290 7 1 0 2
11 Kozhikode 24 360 2 10 12 17
12 Wayanad 208 0 64 34 5 50
13 Kannur 90 1176 4 1 15 353
14 Kasaragod 219 3890 25 164 351 266
  Total 768 7878 137 233 489 799

 

 

Agricultural Sector

Sl No District No. of Tribal JLGs No. of Tribal JLGs Received Corpus Fund No. of Tribal JLGs Participated In POLIVU Campaign First Phase No. of Tribal JLGs Participated In POLIVU Second Phase No. of Tribal Master Farmers Trained
1 Thiruvananthapuram 75 0 43 0 0
2 Kollam 16 0 12 12 0
3 Pathanamthitta 28 0 0 23 0
4 Alappuzha 0 0 0 0 0
5 Kottayam 36 0 36 36 0
6 Idukki 280 130 173 152 0
7 Ernakulam 27 0 30 10 2
8 Thrissur 11 1 7 7 0
9 Palakkad 13 0 1 0 0
10 Malappuram 24 4 9 12 2
11 Kozhikode 14 0 14 0 0
12 Wayanad 395 0 340 0 2
13 Kannur 230 0 0 0 1
14 Kasaragod 185 20 195 180 0
  Total 1334 155 860 432 7

 

 

TRIBES in DDU-GKY

Sl No District No. of Tribes Mobilized For DDUGKY Campaign No. of Tribal Candidates Attended DDU GKY Training No. of Tribal Candidates Got Placement No. of Tribal Candidates Completed 3 Months Placement
1 Thiruvananthapuram 11 54 10 9
2 Kollam 17 9 2 2
3 Pathanamthitta 23 23 4 2
4 Alappuzha 0 0 0 0
5 Kottayam 4 36 17 12
6 Idukki 9 500 8 65
7 Ernakulam 23 0 0 0
8 Thrissur 164 38 16 3
9 Palakkad 315 164 30 30
10 Malappuram 285 7 2 0
11 Kozhikode 3 8 3 2
12 Wayanad 800 368 178 102
13 Kannur 3 98 14 0
14 Kasaragod 472 138 68 35
  Total 2129 1443 352 262

 

 
100 days Paniya programme

100 days Programme, financed by the ST department, being implemented in 100 Paniya colonies of Wayanad, Kannur, Malappuram and Kozhikode. The project proposes to provide food through a community kitchen in each of the 100 colonies by engaging special NHGs. The food would be prepared in consultation with the need and demand of the tribal population in each district. The project proposes to incorporate certain key interventions, besides providing three meals a day, to address the issues that have pushed the Paniyars to their present vulnerable situation and has resulted in their exclusion and marginalization. Special NHGs, comprising tribal women were identified to cook food, three times in a day, for the beneficiary includes in tribes. The beneficiaries includes under the category of pregnant women, children, lactating mothers, elderly and the bed ridden.

The project also implemented Non- Formal Learning Homes (NLH), This was envisaged to address the issues in a holistic manner than mere distribution of food for 100 days, which was seemed to be quite unsustainable. As a part of the NLH, houses/ community spaces/ halls under the panchayats were taken as NLH. Paniyar women completed matriculation and unmarried was selected in every colonies if them not selected the Paniya young men were selected and participated in three days training programme as the caretakers and non- formal teachers of the proposed NLH.

All the 100 tribal hamlets conduct a cleaning campaign by the initiative of Asha workers, community and the NLH teachers. Panchayats and CDS took active participation in this campaign. NLH teachers took initiative to identify the drop outs and toddlers who are not going to Anganwadis and both of them were joined attend the NLH. The medium of communication at NLH is Malayalam, so that the children, when they go to regular schools, would not find Malayalam that alien. Besides, the atmosphere in NLH is also conceived in such a manner that it introduces the toddlers (3-5years) to the formal schooling environment. This would facilitate the toddlers to get acquainted with the schooling environment in a friendlier and conducive manner rather than a hostile one, the tribal non-formal teacher also uses books, which were availed from Bala Sahithya Institute to introduce to the children to the world of stories.

The above programme completed in the entire four districts.

 

Micro Level Planning (MLP)

Micro Level Planning (MLP) is an inclusive participatory planning process drawing on the principles of grassroots democracy and democratic decentralization and aims to facilitate regional and culture specific sustainable development. MLP facilitates the process of transformation of contemporary socio-economic, political and cultural structures and processes, foregrounding equity, social justice and empowerment of the tribes.

By actively involving people in the participatory planning process, MLP makes them aware of the various facets of the development problems in their region. It organizes them to react collectively and effectively to these problems and brings to light the conflicts that divide the various interest groups. In the process, people become politically aware and realize that they themselves hold the key to solve their own problems.

MLP is a common platform to bring together different stakeholders – tribes, elected representatives of LSGIs, bureaucrats, panchayat functionaries, NGOs and other relevant stakeholders- with multiple interests for initiating the change processes for better development. Through training and Conscientising programmes, the exercise aims to build capacities of tribes to make their own hamlet- level plans, drawing on the experience and wisdom of their own lives, with facilitation from the formal and technical knowledge of bureaucrats/technocrats. This would further enable promotion of convergence and integration into CDS Annual Plan document, which could be integrated into the Tribal Sub-Plan.

 

This website is an online monitoring platform for the activities of Kudumbashree. Progress of schemes (updated monthly from districts) with target allotted to each district can be viewed from Monitor Progress. Tasks assigned to state mission program managers for implementing state level projects or regarding new policies can be viewed from Team Monitoring section. Goals of Kudumbashree mission (Physical and financial Target with a brief description of the goal) can be read from Goals. There are many other links like Personal Projects, My ME, Plan Progress Report, Training reports etc. that are embedded in the integrated web monitoring back end of this website.

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