One of the social problems faced by Kerala in recent years is street dog menace. Since killing of street dogs is banned as per various acts and judgements, the strategy adopted by government is to intensify Animal Birth Control program (ABC).

ABC programme is aimed at reducing stray dog population density, decrease mating/ maternal/pack aggression in stray dogs. The program involves capture, neutering, and release of stray dogs based on a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for animal birth control programs outlined by the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI).

It is worth to note that the stray dog population in Kerala as per 2012 census is 2.99 lakhs. It is estimated that the number of stray dogs is approximately 6 lakhs as of now. Thus ABCP requires a dedicated team at community level to perform all the activities associated, for continuity and sustainability of results. So to address the issue in a timely, systematic, sustainable mode, Community based Block level or Urban Local Body level Management Unit by Kudumbashree Mission is proposed as a Micro Enterprise Unit of the mission.

Responsibility of ABC Micro Enterprise of Kudumbashree Mission shall include management and support to the ABC Programme of the Local bodies under respective area. It shall include capturing or hired capturing of stray dogs from identified area, transportation of dogs captured to the identified institution for A B C Programme, required Pre and Post Operative Care (surgery will be done in identified veterinary hospital by surgeon) for the animals and safe release of the animal back as per law. The activity of the MU will be based on the Standard operating procedure approved by the Executive Director of Kudumbashree.

Table showing progress of implementation of ABC project in the state is given below. Updated every Friday at 5 P.M. Last updated on 20-April-2018.

Districts Total Units to be formed- Block Total Units to be formed- ULBs Total no. of dogs caught during 2017-18 Total units trained Total Units started functioning No. of dogs caught during the week Total no. of dogs caught during 2018-19 Total no. of dogs caught No.of Doctors Empanelled Total no. of LSGIs No.of LSGIs sanctioned ABCP with Kudumbashree
Thiruvananthapuram 11 6 3870 10 8 76 375 4245 6 78 50
Kollam 11 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 73 0
Pathanamthitta 8 4 2188 4 5 93 183 2371 9 57 57
Alappuzha 12 6 42 4 4 0 0 42 1 78 0
Kottayam 11 6 2543 3 2 203 324 2879 6 77 74
Idukki 8 2 138 2 1 0 0 138 6 54 4
Ernakulam 14 14 2978 20 16 35 65 3043 12 96 38
Thrissur 16 8 1755 12 4 0 0 1755 0 94 0
Palakkad 13 7 0 3 0 0 0 0 10 95 0
Malappuram 15 12 15 5 1 0 0 15 0 106 1
Kozhikode 12 8 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 78 0
Wayanad 4 3 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 26 0
Kannur 11 10 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 81 2
Kasaragod 6 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 41 0
Total 152 94 13,512 80 41 407 947 14,488 50 1034 226
ABC Programme - LSG wise Details
 
District Block level units Panchayat level units ULB level units
Block No. of units No. of members Panchayat No. of units No. of members ULB No. of units No. of members
Thiruvananthapuram Vellanad 1   Mudakkal     Neyyattinkara 1  
Vamanapuram 1   Kattakada     Varkala 1  
  Perumkadavila 1   Manamboor     Nedumangad 1  
  Athiyannoor 1   Venganoor     Chirayinkeezh 1  
        Aryankode          
        Vithura          
Kollam                  
Pathanamthitta Ranni     Naranammoozhy 1        
Parakkode     Parakkode 1        
Konni     Thannithode 1        
Pandalam 1              
Alappuzha                  
Kottayam Ettumanoor 1              
Pallom 1              
Idukki Thodupuzha 1              
Ernakulam Vadavukkode     Puthencruz 1   Perumbavoor 1  
Alangad     Poothrika 1   Thrippunithura 1  
Angamali           Muvattupuzha 1  
  Edappalli           Aluva    
  Koovappadi           Maradu    
  Kothamangalam                
  Mulanthuruthi                
  Vazhakulam                
  Palluruthi                
  Panakkadavu                
  Paravoor                
  Pambhakuda                
  Vypin                
Thrissur       Anthikkad 1   Wadakkenchery 1  
      Mala 1        
Palakkad                  
Malappuram       Kuzhimanna 1        
Kozhikode                  
Wyanad                  
Kannur                  
Kasaragod                  
Total   6     8     6  

Officer responsible for monitoring:  Dr. L. Ravi Kumar, ABC Expert (Mob: 9447095473)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This project is aimed to create women construction groups in the state who can take up construction of houses, buildings and roads. Three years ago, using CSR funds provided by HUDCO, training was given to 200 women in construction section. As a result of this training, many women started working actively in construction sector as masons/ workers. 5 women grouped themselves and constituted a construction group and at present they have successfully completed construction of more than 70 houses (in Ernakulam District)

Inspired by these enterprising women, and anticipating a huge shortage of labour force in near future because of determined government campaigns of mass housing (LIFE project of government of Kerala), it was decided to give training to women in construction sector so as to form labour contract groups of women entrepreneurs who can take up construction of houses of poor and needy, in addition to taking up bigger projects.

Training on construction activity for Kudumbashree members aims to provide skill training for various trades in the construction industry for enhancing the skill of the women in construction related activities such that a sustainable income is generated. It is envisaged to form one construction group in each development block and in each urban local body.

The following table shows the progress of this new project. Updated every Friday at 5 P.M. Last updated on 20-April-2018.

Districts Total Block Total ULBs Total units trained Total units started functioning Amount of work contracted to units during the week Total Revenue received till date  Total Amount of construction work allotted Total No. of LSGIs No. of LSGIs Sanctioned Construction Contract to Kudumbashree
Thiruvananthapuram 11 5 6 3 0 63160 63160 83 10
Kollam 11 5 6 1 0 8000 8000 74 0
Pathanamthitta 8 4 6 5 0 0 0 57 0
Alappuzha 12 6 4 4 0 120000 120000 78 1
Kottayam 11 6 2 2 0 85500 85500 77 0
Idukki 8 2 3 3 0 20000 20000 54 0
Ernakulam 14 14 7 7 0 687000 4130000 96 5
Thrissur 16 8 4 1 12343 178432 162889 94 0
Palakkad 13 7 3 5 41500 1958500 1887000 95 0
Malappuram 15 12 13 13 0 809100 809100 94 1
Kozhikode 12 8 2 2 0 12500 400000 82 1
Wayanad 4 3 2 2 0 100000 150000 26 1
Kannur 11 10 2 2 0 0 0 81 2
Kasaragod 6 3 1 0 0 0 0 41 0
Total 152 93 61 50 53,843 40,42,192 78,35,649 1032 19

 

District   Block Level Units   Panchayat Level Units     Urban Level Units    
  Block Number of Units Number of Members Panchayat Number of Units Number of Members Urban Number of Units Number of Members
Thiruvananthapuram Kilimanoor  2 31 Kanjiramkulam 1 8      
Vellanadu 1 16            
Perinkadavila 1 11            
Nedumangadu 1 14            
Kollam Sasathamkotta 1 5 Kochankara 3 17 Kollam Corporation 1 12
  Chadamangalam 2 30 Thirkaruva 1 5      
                   
Pathanamthitta Elanthoor 2 12            
  Parakode 3 16            
  Kulnada 1 5            
Alappuzha Mannar 1 9            
        pathyoor 1 10      
        punnapra north  1 3      
  Kanjikuzhi 2 21            
Kottayam       Vakathanam 1 5      
        Ayarkunnam 1 15      
Idukki Adimali  3 30            
Ernakulam Angamaly  3 38 Kuttampuzha  2 18 Kochi corporation 1 8
  Kothamangamlam  1 9            
Thrissur       Madakkathara  2 20      
        Kadappuram  1 5      
        Kaipamangalam 1 5      
Palakkad ottapalam 3 28            
Malappuram       Chaliyar 1 10      
        Edapetta 1 13      
        Thuvuur 2 15      
        Vettathur 2 15      
        Thazhekode 1 7      
        Chokkode 1 5      
        Amarambalam 1 7      
        Vazhikadavu 2 21      
        Makkaraparambu 1 5      
        Edakkara 1 9      
Kozhikode       Karisherry  1 7      
        Kattipara 1 6      
Wayanad Panamaram  1 10 Panamaram 1 10      
Kannur       Padiyur  1 5      
        Narath 1 5      
Kasaragod Kanhangad 1 12            
Total   29 297   33 251   2 20
                   
  Total Block Units 29 Total Trained Members 297  
(Block)
Total Panchayat Units  33 Total Trained Members 251
(Panchayat)
Total Urban Units  2 Total Trained Members 20
(Urban)
Total 64   568

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Kudumbashree, a pioneer in introducing collective group efforts by women self help groups is stepping in to contain the prevailing uncertainty in broiler production. Through the convergence with departments such as Kerala State Poultry Development Corporation, Animal Husbandry Department, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University and Local Self Government Department Kudumbashree Mission plans to launch Kudumbashree Broiler Chicken to the market.

The main objectives of the programme include to provide a steady income for Kudumbashree members through broiler chicken production, to ensure safe and clean chicken meat to consumers at reasonable price and to provide a steady and non fluctuating market price for broiler chicken.

In the first phase, 1000 units will be selected and later remaining units will be selected in a phased manner, an average of 100 units will be established in each of the districts in the first phase. The converging departments will provide one day old broiler chicken to the units and will provide training to the beneficiaries. It is expected that the project will ensure employment opportunity to 5000 Kudumbashree members in a phased manner.

As per existing Panchayath Livestock Farm licensing Rules 2012, poultry farms rearing more than 100 birds require licensing. The minimum area required for 15 birds is 1 cent and hence for 1000 birds this come to 66 cents.

By this project Kudumbashree envisages to provide safe, clean and healthy meat to the consumers and will ensure fair pricing of broiler chicken industry.

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Sl.No District No. of Beneficiaries Selected 
1 Thiruvananthapuram 40
2 Kollam 54
3 Pathanamthitta 18
4 Alappuzha 29
5 Kottayam 32
6 Idukki 25
7 Ernakulam 120
8 Thrissur 43
9 Palakkad 25
10 Malappuram 44
11 Kozhikode 32
12 Wayanad 81
13 Kannur 12
14 Kasaragod 25
  Total 580

 

 

 

This is a convergence project envisaged in association with Clean Kerala Company, Suchitwa Mission and Local Self Government, aimed at a sustainable disposal or reuse of plastic waste. Panchayats/ Municipalities/ Corporations are installing plastic shredding units with the help of Clean Kerala Company. One such unit will be set up in all block panchayats (152), all municipalities (93) and five shredding units will be erected in corporations (5)

These shredding units will be totally manned by Kudumbashree. Also, Kudumbashree will form Micro enterprise groups for collection of plastic/ plastic waste from all homes on payment basis (1 Kudumbashree worker per 300 houses) These plastics, collected bimonthly or once in a week, depending on volume, will be sent to the plastic shredding units where it will be shredded and the bailed plastic will be used for recycling or for mixing with tar for PWD roads.

The following table shows the progress of this priority project. Updated every Friday at 5 P.M. Last updated on 20-April-2018.

District Number of Block Panchayats (A) Number of Municipalities (B) Number of corporations (C) Total number of units to be set up in the district (A+B+ 5x C) Number of units for which operating team is identified Number of units for which plastic collection team in identified  Number of units for which local body kept project and got approval Number of units for which local body signed agreement Number of units which started operation Total weight of plastic shredded during the week (from all units) Total weight of plastic shredded from June 1, 2017
Thiruvananthapuram 11 4 1 20 2 2 16 2 1 1239 43880
Kollam 11 4 1 20 1 0 5 1 1 0 0
Pathanamthitta 8 4 0 12 0 0 7 1 0 0 0
Alappuzha 12 6 0 18 0 0 7 2 0 0 0
Kottayam 11 6 0 17 0 0 14 1 1 50 1688
Idukki 8 2 0 10 1 0 4 3 1 0 0
Ernakulam 14 13 1 32 4 4 22 8 0 0 0
Thrissur 16 7 1 28 1 0 9 1 1 0 1950
Palakkad 13 7 0 20 2 1 3 0 1 127 8903
Malappuram 15 12 0 27 3 1 15 3 1 0 962
Kozhikode 12 7 1 24 0 0 24 4 0 0 0
Wayanad 4 3 0 7 0 0 5 0 0 0 0
Kannur 11 9 1 25 1 1 11 0 1 0 3500
Kasaragod 6 3 0 9 0 0 6 0 0 0 0
Total 152 87 6 269 15 9 148 26 8 1416 60,883

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Coir Industry is an important agro based employment oriented traditional cottage industry in india. The History of coir in India started with the association of Kerala State which dates back to 19th century. Between the western Ghats on the east & Arabian Sea on the west,, Kerala is a tropical paradise of waving coconut palms and wide sandy beaches. Kerala is one of the most beautiful states of India and also the largest producer of Coir & Coir products in India. In fact even the name 'Keralam' means 'Land of Coconut' in Malayalam. Coir industry enjoys the status as the largest cottage industry in the state of Kerala giving employment to over a million of people.

Coir, also known as 'The Golden Fibre', is extracted from the husk of coconut. Coir is widely used for making various products such as floor mats, Outdoor mats, Cordage , ropes, aquarium filters etc. Prior to these, Coir being the geo textiles come in a mind boggling range of woven & Non woven varities available for bio engineering including geo meshes, geo grids, anti-weed blankets, erosion control blankets, geo-rolls.

The main objectives is to start Coir Defibring units in association with Kerala Coir Machine Manufacturing Company in all potential Panchayats of Kerala. The end product will be bought back by Coir Fed.

 

The following table shows the progress of this new project. Updated every Friday at 5 P.M. Last updated on 13-April-2018.

Districts No: of Space Identified Joint Inspection Completed No: of Space Approved after Joint Inspection No: of space available for immediate action No: of Defibering Units Started Operation
Thiruvananthapuram 3 2 2 2 0
Kollam 6 3 0 0 0
Pathanamthitta 1 1 0 0 0
Alappuzha 5 5 4 3 0
Kottayam 1 1 1 1 0
Idukki 1 0 0 0 0
Ernakulam 7 4 2 2 0
Thrissur 7 7 4 3 0
Palakkad 5 5 3 2 0
Malappuram 11 6 1 1 0
Kozhikode 4 4 3 2 0
Wayanad 0 0 0 0 0
Kannur 6 4 2 1 1
Kasaragod 4 3 1 1 0
Total 61 45 23 18 1

 

 

Waste Management has become an essential service that need to be provided by Government for the wellness of public. Due to the rapid growth at which economies are expanding along with the rising living standards, led to increase the quantity and complexity of waste generated. Today waste management has become a serious issue in Kerala. Growth of unmanageable waste generation and garbage pile-ups is creating a lot of ecological issues such as global warming.

Green Technicians are trained man power recruited to provide technical services and solutions on waste management projects.

By Using Haritha Karma Sena and Green Protocol units, we can manage waste in our society by recycling and reusing. This team is well trained in waste management, waste disposal, waste recycling, Composting, Bio Farming…

By sharing washable utensils for parties, marriages and other programmes through Green protocol units with marginal fee, we can reduce the generation of waste at its source and can spread a good culture to our society. This implementation of green protocol activity will also help our Kudumbashree units in getting their income.

Plastic recycling : Panchayats/ Municipalities/ Corporations are installing plastic shredding units with the help of Clean Kerala Company. These shredding units will be totally manned by Kudumbashree. Also, Kudumbashree will form Micro enterprise groups for collection of plastic/ plastic waste from all homes on payment basis. These plastics collected bimonthly or once in a week, depending on volume, will be sent to the plastic shredding units where it will be shredded and the bailed plastic will be used for recycling or for mixing with tar for PWD roads.

This facility is very much useful for flats and hospitals for making a plastic free environment. By giving wages, Uniform and hygienic safety measures and vehicle facility any one can help this volunteers in protecting our environment.

 

The following table shows the progress of this new project. Updated every Friday at 5 P.M. Last updated on 13-April-2018.

Districts No: of LSGs
(Grama panchayat,
Municipality, Corporations)
No: of LSGs
kept fund for HKS
No: of HKS Identified No: of LSGs completed
training of HKS
No: of Haritha Karma
Sena Trained
No: of LSG’s installed
Plastic Shredding Machine
No: of Haritha Karma Sena
units started Operation
Thiruvananthapuram 78 29 1179 41 1179 1 7
Kollam 73 49 1072 26 977 4 3
Pathanamthitta 57 35 855 34 781 2 1
Alappuzha 78 59 2540 71 2290 2 0
Kottayam 77 23 1536 55 1354 5 4
Idukki 54 26 1736 41 1701 4 4
Ernakulam 96 47 2251 18 822 5 1
Thrissur 94 48 1800 46 1790 7 0
Palakkad 95 40 2750 88 2564 9 9
Malappuram 106 82 1862 23 936 3 5
Kozhikode 78 6 3004 78 1978 3 35
Wayanad 26 19 400 11 305 1 1
Kannur 81 81 1500 81 1362 2 2
Kasaragod 41 16 483 16 483 0 4
Total 1034 560 22968 629 18522 48 76

 

 

Creating viable sources at houses for the mosquitoes for laying and hatching eggs is the main reason for the outbreak of dengue fever before and after the onset of monsoon. Considering the emergency situation and limited human resource, it is extremely important to propagate the message for destroying the vector at the source in all houses. This is a long term project to educate the citizens about the vector control at source and make it a habitual action. For that, necessary manpower should be mobilized and a yearlong intervention is required.

Objectives

  • To reduce the density of “Aedes mosquito” to desired level in order to control dengue fever outbreak in the municipality.
  • To develop awareness among the citizens about consistent vector control at the source by regular house visits by the volunteers during a period of one year.
  • To develop a Long term survey-reporting –monitoring system in participation with the public for the elimination of Aedes mosquito in the municipality.

 

Sl.No District Name of Urban Local Body Number of wards Total number of houses in the ward Number of Blocks (50 Houses/Block) Total Teams required ( 2 Volunteers/Block) Total number of Teams Formed Date of First meeting Micro plan prepared
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Total Number of Houses to be visited Total Number of Houses  visited Date of first field visit in January % of coverage Fund kept by ULB for field visit
1 Alappuzha Harippad 29                      
2 Alappuzha Alappuzha 52                      
3 Alappuzha Chengannur 27                      
4 Alappuzha Cherthala 35                      
5 Alappuzha Kayamkulam 44                      
6 Alappuzha Mavelikkara 28                      
7 Eranakulam Kochi 74                      
8 Eranakulam Thrippunithura 49                      
9 Eranakulam Thrikkakara 43                      
10 Eranakulam Eloor 31                      
11 Eranakulam North Paravur 29                      
12 Eranakulam Aluva 26                      
13 Eranakulam Angamaly 30                      
14 Eranakulam Kalamassery 42                      
15 Eranakulam Kothamangalam 31                      
16 Eranakulam Maradu 33                      
17 Eranakulam Muvattupuzha 28                      
18 Eranakulam Perumbavoor 27                      
19 Eranakulam Piravom 27                      
20 Eranakulam Koothattukuam 25                      
21 Idukki Thodupuzha 35                      
22 Idukki Kattapana 34                      
23 Kannur Mattannur 34                      
24 Kannur Anthoor 28                      
25 Kannur Irritty 33                      
26 Kannur Kannur 55                      
27 Kannur Koothuparamba 28                      
28 Kannur Panoor 40                      
29 Kannur Payyannur 44                      
30 Kannur Sreekandapuram 30                      
31 Kannur Thalassery 52                      
32 Kasaragod Kanhangad 43                      
33 Kasaragod Nileswaram 32                      
34 Kasaragod Kasaragod 38                      
35 Kollam Karunagappally 35                      
36 Kollam Kollam 55                      
37 Kollam Kottarakkara 29                      
38 Kollam Paravoor 32                      
39 Kollam Punalur 35                      
40 Kottayam Changanassery 32                      
41 Kottayam Kottayam 52                      
42 Kottayam Erattupetta 28                      
43 Kottayam Ettumanoor 35                      
44 Kottayam Palai 23                      
45 Kottayam Vaikom 26                      
46 Kozhikode Payyoli 36                      
47 Kozhikode Vadakara 47                      
48 Kozhikode Feroke 38                      
49 kozhikode Koduvally 36                      
50 Kozhikode Kozhikode 75                      
51 Kozhikode Mukkom 33                      
52 Kozhikode Quilandy 44                      
53 Kozhikode Ramanattukara 31                      
54 Malappuaram Ponnani 51                      
55 Malappuaram Kondotty 40                      
56 Malappuaram Kottakkal 32                      
57 Malappuaram Malappuram 40                      
58 Malappuaram Manjeri 50                      
59 Malappuaram Perinthalmanna 34                      
60 Malappuaram Tirur 38                      
61 Malappuaram Tirurangadi 39                      
62 Malappuram Nilambur 33                      
63 Malappuram Parapinangadi 45                      
64 Malappuram Taliparamba 34                      
65 Malappuram Thanur 44                      
66 Malappuram Valanchery 31                      
67 Palakkad Palakkad 52                      
68 Palakkad Shoranur 33                      
69 Palakkad Chittur-Thathamangalam 29                      
70 Palakkad Pattambi 27                      
71 Palakkad Cherplassery 33                      
72 Palakkad Mannarkad 29                      
73 Palakkad Ottappalam 36                      
74 Pathanamthitta Pandalam 33                      
75 Pathanamthitta Adoor 28                      
76 Pathanamthitta Pathanamthitta 32                      
77 Pathanamthitta Thiruvalla 39                      
78 Thiruvananthapuram Thiruvananthapuram 100                      
79 Thiruvananthapuram Neyyattinkara 44                      
80 Thiruvananthapuram Nedumangad 39                      
81 Thiruvananthapuram Attingal 31                      
82 Thiruvananthapuram Varkala 33                      
83 Thrissur Kodungalloor 44                      
84 Thrissur Guruvayoor 43                      
85 Thrissur Kunnamkulam 37                      
86 Thrissur Irinjalakuda 41                      
87 Thrissur Chalakudy 36                      
88 Thrissur Chavakkad 32                      
89 Thrissur Thrissur 55                      
90 Thrissur Wadakkanchery 41                      
91 Wayanad Sulthanbathery 35                      
92 Wayanad Kalpetta 28                      
93 Wayanad Mananthavady 36                      
  Total 3515                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Progress of various projects of Kudumbashree are available in the web monitoring portal. 20 programs for which it has been decided to monitor weekly to ensure quick implementation are enlisted below. Hyperlink to the respective monitoring table is given in the third column. Names of state program managers responsible for weekly monitoring are also given in the table.

Updated on a daily basis or as and when there is progress or on every Friday (starting from 27/04/2018) before 6 P.M. from 14 districts

 

 

Sl.No. Name of the project Monitoring Table Officer responsible for data updation Officer responsible for monitoring
 
1 Kerala Chicken – Progress of 500 micro enterprise units for producing broiler chicken View Arun P Rajan
State Assistant Program Manager - AH
Dr. Nikesh Kiran
Programme Officer (Animal Husbandry)
2 ABC Project – Formation of 100 units for Animal Birth Control Program, and progress of their work View Dr. L.Ravikumar.
ABC Expert
Dr. Nikesh Kiran
Programme Officer (Animal Husbandry)
3 Onam Market – Production planning and marketing(sales of vegetables and banana) View Athira. M. S.
State Assistant Program Manager - Agriculture
Dathan.C.S
Programme Officer (Agriculture)

 

 

Sl.No. Name of the project Monitoring Table Officer responsible for data updation Officer responsible for monitoring
 
1 Gender program – Snehitha Calling Bell (Aimed at providing assistance to persons who are living alone. Table showing the progress of identification) View Soya Thomas
Programme Manager- Gender & Balasabha, NRLM
Pramod. K. V.
Programme Officer (Organization)
2 Destitute Free Kerala Project – Table showing the progress of DPR submission for Destitute Free Kerala Project View Nisha Nair. V.
State Assistant Program Manager - Social Development, NRLM
Amrida. G. S.
Programme Officer (Social Development)
3 Skill training from Destitute families – Progress of beneficiary identification from Destitute families for skill training programs View Nisha Nair. V.
State Assistant Program Manager - Social Development, NRLM
Amrida. G. S.
Programme Officer (Social Development)

 

 

Sl.No. Name of the project Monitoring Table Officer responsible for data updation Officer responsible for monitoring
 
1 Attappady – Progress of Community kitchen (Table showing the number of tribal persons who availed community kitchen facility on a daily basis) View Prabhakaran. M. Melath
Programme Manager- Tribal Submission , NRLM
Amrida. G. S.
Programme Officer (Social Development)
2 Payment of weekly wages of MNREGA to tribal families in Attappady and Wayanad – Table showing progress of implementation View Prabhakaran. M. Melath
Programme Manager- Tribal Submission , NRLM
Amrida. G. S.
Programme Officer (Social Development)

 

 

Sl.No. Name of the project Monitoring Table Officer responsible for data updation Officer responsible for monitoring
 
1 PMAY – Progress of house construction; and convergence with Ayyankali project for wage employment View Roshni Pillai
Manager- Social Development , PMAY
Binu Francis
Programme Officer (Urban)
2 PMAY – Convergence with NULM for skill training of one person from each beneficiary house View Bhavana. M.
Manager- Capacity Building & Livelihoods, PMAY
Binu Francis
Programme Officer (Urban)
3 Skill training convergence from beneficiaries of LIFE Mission – Rural programs (DDUGKY and Self Employment Training of Kudumbashree) View Bhavana. M.
Manager- Capacity Building & Livelihoods, PMAY
Binu Francis
Programme Officer (Urban)

 

 

Sl.No. Name of the project Monitoring Table Officer responsible for data updation Officer responsible for monitoring
 
1 Table with sales volume and work orders received for Kudumbashree catering units in the state View Jiby Mathew Philip
State Assistant Program Manager - Marketing , NRLM
Ajith Chacko
Chief Operating Officer, Livelihood, NRLM
2 Progress of certification of all the Micro Enterprise units and its Geo-tagging View Suchithra. S.
Programme Manager- Micro Enterprises & Business Development, NRLM
Niranjana. N.S.
Programme Officer (Micro Enterprises)
3 Table showing progress of Branding of CAFÉ Kudumbashree units View Akhila Devi. P.
State Assistant Program Manager - Micro Enterprises, NRLM
Niranjana. N.S.
Programme Officer (Micro Enterprises)
4 Formation of NANO Markets and table for monitoring the monthly sales of each nano market View Pavitha. K
State Assistant Program Manager - Marketing, NRLM
Ajith Chacko
Chief Operating Officer, Livelihood, NRLM
5 Geriatric Care for Kerala – ‘Harsham’ – Happiness redefined – Progress of training and placement of Geriatric care executives View Dr. Shameena. P. N.
Programme Manager- Collectives, NRLM
Niranjana. N.S.
Programme Officer (Micro Enterprises)

 

 

Sl.No. Name of the project Monitoring Table Officer responsible for data updation Officer responsible for monitoring
 
1 Construction of 87 Rural haats for marketing of Kudumbashree products, in convergence with MGNREGA View Pavitha. K
State Assistant Program Manager - Marketing, NRLM
Ajith Chacko
Chief Operating Officer, Livelihood, NRLM
2 Construction Units – Convergence with LIFE mission and progress of work orders for each unit View Nishanth. G. S.
State Assistant Program Manager - Producer Companies, NRLM
Niranjana. N.S.
Programme Officer (Micro Enterprises)
3 Training and placement of 55 New construction groups of women in the state View Nishanth. G. S.
State Assistant Program Manager - Producer Companies, NRLM
Niranjana. N.S.
Programme Officer (Micro Enterprises)
4 Formation of 100 new cement bricks micro enterprise units of women in convergence with MNREGA View Nishanth. G. S.
State Assistant Program Manager - Producer Companies, NRLM
Niranjana. N.S.
Programme Officer (Micro Enterprises)