Convergence Programmes 2018-2019 - Organisation Team
Present / ongoing
Sl No Department Details of Convergence programme Period Amount received from Department, if any Result Remarks/ Achievement
1 Health Department & Haritha Kerala Mission Arogya Jagratha Campaign - A campaign to create awareness on the need for regular and consistent preventive measures to keep the annual outbreaks of infectious diseases away. The NHG members will visit each member’s homes, assess the health and environmental situations in each place and give necessary guidance and advice to people on how they could adopt preventive measures against infectious diseases. 2018-2019 Nil Created awareness among NHG members on preventing and controlling infectious diseases. Campaign phase 1 started  in May 2018 
2 MGNREGS & Haritha Kerala Mission Planting of Two Crore Fruit Tree Saplings - A programme for planting Two Crore fruit tree saplings will be initiated in 2018-2019. NREGA worker groups and each NHG member will collect seeds/seedlings of the endemic fruit bearing trees and plant minimum 5 fruit tree saplings in their courtyard. Agriculture officers at GP and BP level and technical experts of IWMP will do the necessary hand holding till the saplings get ready for planting. Detailed plan for planting in june 2018 and maintenance thereafter will be prepared by the respective Grama Panchayats/Block Panchayats. BPOs and JPCs will monitor and ensure proper implementation. 2018-2019 Nil Nurturing 2 Crore Fruit sapling Campaign phase 2 started in June 2018
3 Kerala Institute of Local Administration (KILA) Capability Development Programmes including trainings – Support from KILA to conduct Kudumbashree Member Secretaries capability building training in the financial Year 2018-2019. 2018-2019 Nil   Proposal is ready to submit KILA 
4 Kerala Social Security Mission (KSSM) Kudumbashree Mission formed special NHGs comprising vulnerable sections like senior citizens (elderly), differently-abled (PWD) and Transgender as members through a process of local mobilization for poverty eradication. Through the special NHGs, Kudumbashree will help them for their sustainable livelihood, rehabilitation and integration into society and their participation in mainstream developmental process. It is decided to converge with the following schemes of KSSM; 2018-2019 Nil   Proposal is under preparation to submit KSSM
Vayomithram (Scheme for Elderly)
Programme for mainstreaming Persons with Disabilities into Society
Scheme for Transgender - mainstreaming into the society
As on 31 March 2018, Kudumbashree has 1,102 PWD Special NHGs, 2,628 Elderly special NHGs and 19 Transgender special NHGs.
Previous / Completed
Sl No Department Details of Convergence programme Period Amount received from Department, if any Result Remarks/ Achievement
1 Excise Department, Government of Kerala Vimukthi, a social campaign to create awareness against substance abuse, was launched by Excise Department in November 2016. As part of this campaign, the Excise Department launched a sticker campaign under Vimukthi. Kudumbashree NHG/ADS/CDS members under the supervision of the Excise Department visited houses, educational institutions and pasted stickers against substance abuse. Kudumbashree played a major role to compete the sticker pasting campaign successfully. Apart from Kudumbashree members ASHA workers, Anganwadi workers, office bearers of arts and sports clubs, volunteers from residents associations and libraries were also supported Excise Department to paste the stickers in houses and educational institutions. 2017-2018 Nil Successfully completed the campaign Created awareness among public against substance abuse.
2 Kerala State Higher Education Council Prabhudhata - a model project formulated for developing a replicable model for democratizing knowledge produced/handled by Institutions of Higher Education. Aim of this project is to empower the community to frame questions and queries which are to be placed before various organizations producing/handling higher knowledge. This project is piloting in Karakulam Grama Panchayath, Thiruvananthapuram district in association with Kerala State Higher Education Council and Kudumbashree. 2017-2018 Nil Phase 2 will start in August 2018 Phase 1 - CDS level workshop and identification of wards completed.

 

 

Convergence Programmes 2018-2019 - Microfinance Team
Present / ongoing
Sl No Department Details of Convergence programme Period

Amount received from Department, if any(Rs. in Lakhs)

Result Remarks/ Achievement

1

NABARD

E-Sakthi-(Kasaragod dist)-Kudumbashree in association with NABARD has piloted E-Shakthi project, to digitilize the  financial transations of Kudumbashree neighbourhood groups (NHGs) in Kasargod district. It’s an ongoing programme for which the selected animators use the tablets to key in the details colected from each NHGs.

2016-ongoing

85

9,741 NHGs data uploaded  in the Esakthi portal

Transaction details of Kudumbashree NHGs were digitized.

2

CO-OPERATION DEPARTMENT

Assistance to Vanitha Co-operatives and Vanithafed.The scheme includes assistance to women co-operatives and Asssistance to Kerala State co-operative women federation for implementing specific projects generating employment opportunities

2018-2019

Nil

Nil

Proposal is under preparation

3

Life Insurance Coorporation of Indfia (LIC)

KSSBY(Kudumbashree Shree Suraksha Bima Yojana).The insurance project  is jointly implemented by kudumbashree & Life Insurance Cooperation of India.The Women members of kudumbashree till the age of 75 would get insurance coverage.The two children of the NHG members from class 9 to 12 would  get an annual scholarship of RS.1200 each ,which will be given in two installment.

2014-ongoing

21

 

1067 NHG members released Rs.438.03  as death claims and Rs.3531.24 lakhs  as Scholarship amount to the children of eligible enrolled members

4

All Banks

Bank Linkage loan to kudumbashree NHGs

ongoing

Nil

Cumulative Bank linkage loan outstanding till March 2018 is  Rs.934400lakhs and linked 186682 NHGs

 

5

Co operative Department

Money Lender Survey (Palakkd dist. survey)-Department of Cooperation  join hands with Kudumbashree  to curb practice of money lending among people on low incomes.

2017-Ongoing

Nil

Survey Completed

A new loan product is designed inassociation with co- operative banks in Palakkad district.

Previous / Completed
Sl No Department Details of Convergence programme Period Amount received from Department, if any(Rs. in Lakhs) Result Remarks/ Achievement

1

Finance Department

Welfare Board Data entry -Government has instructed the welfare fund board to digitize the data of their members with the support of Kudumbashree for collecting and entering the data.

2017-2018

NIL

1 Lakh  data Digitiliszed.

Livelihood support to Kudumbashree IT Units

2

Labour &Skill Department -CHIAK

RSBY-Kudumbashree is  one of the majour stake holders in implementing Rashtriya Swasthy Bima Yojana(RSBY)& Comprehensive Health Insurance Scheme(CHIS).IEC Campaigning of RSBY/CHIS  entrolment is done by kudumbashree members in the year 2017-2018.

2017-2018

1.74

35 lakh  families entrolled in the scheme

Honourarium support to Resource Persons

3

Finance Department

Universal Pension Survey-Government has launched a Universal Pension scheme for senior citizens.The  sample survey was conduct  in
Kannur and Kollam districts to identify the senior citizens those who are
deprived of any kind of pension with the support of Kudumbashree.

2016-2017

 

 

Honorarium support to Resource Persons

4

Finance Department

Social Security Pension Survey-Finance Department  entrusted Kudumbashree to conduct a survey for identification of beneficiaries for welfare pension scheme.

2016-2017

300

33 lakhs pensioners data entry completed

Honourarium support to enumerators

 

 

 

Convergence Programmes 2018-2019 - ME Team
Present / Ongoing Projects

Sl.No

Department

Details of Convergence Program

Period

Amount received from Department, if any

Result

Remarks/Achievement

1.

Southern Railway

Kudumbashree women facility management service providers are managing parking and AC waiting halls for Railway

2014 onwards

Revenue sharing model

livelihood opportunity to 315 women

Railway parking management in 45 stations and 5 waiting halls under Trivandrum division were managed by Kudumbashree. Later we received opportunity in 2 stations under Palakkad division

2.

SC Department

Gavi livelihood Project.

A comprehensive tourism oriented livelihood programme for SC beneficiaries.

2018

84 Lakhs

Establishing 5 mini café units on the way from Pathanamthitta to Gavi and 2 tourist bus service

 

3.

Lotteries Department

Entrusted Kudumbashree units for Stitching of uniform and Beach Umbrella

2017

   

Kudumbashree units received Rs.2.10 cores turnover

4.

Kerala State Institute of Design(KSID)

Associated with KSID for café branding

2017

   

Work in progress

5.

Kerala Medical Service Corporation Ltd (KMSCL)

Received work order worth Rs.54 lakhs from KMSCL for suuply of Sanitary napkin

2017

   

9 units benefited by this project

6.

International Labour Organization(ILO)

Associated with ILO to provide training on Start and improve your business to Micro Enterprise Consultants

2017

   

16 selected Micro Enterprise Consultants were trained by ILO and 2 of them got national exposure and became master trainer

7.

Indian Oil Corporation(IOC)

Associated with IOC for providing facility management service in its outlets

2017

 

Each facility Mnagment services provider is getting Rs.9000 per month

Toilet Management Service Providers in 59 IOC petrol pumps , 1 Cylinder distribution agency formed in Eranakulam

8.

LIFE MISSSION

Construction of Houses for LIFE beneficiaries through Kudumbashree construction group.

2017

no

This project will help kudumbashree units to undertake new construction projects of LSGDs

 

9.

PMAY

Construction of Houses of PMAY beneficiaries in URBAN area.

2017

no

This convergence will help units in urban areas to undertake construction projects of ULBs.

 

10.

LSGD

Construction works of houses Swapnakoodu, Ashraya, Road Construction, Bridges, paddy field side wall constructions, Soak pit construction.

2017

no

This has helped kudumbashree units to undertake all construction projects of Panchayats.

 

11.

LSGs and ULBs

 Kudumbashree Building material production units will manufacture cement bricks, cement window frames, Door frames, ferrocement slabs.

2017

Rs. 10 per Brick

Cement Bricks, window frames, door frames and ferrocement slabs, manufactured by the units will be used in the construction projects of Panchayats as well as ULBs.

Completed 2 units formation and project in progress.

12.

Haritha Mission 

Haritha Karma Sena Co-Ordination 

2017

     

13.

Suchithwa Mission

Haritha Karma Sena –Training Assistance,RP training and Haritha Sahaya Sthapanam Empanelment. green protocol event management

2017

Expecting 1.5 crore

 

RP training for Haritha Karma Sena training conducted at KILA. Haritha Sahaya Sthapanam empanelment is in progress.

 

Suchithwa Mission

Data Entry of Toilets data

2016

50 lakhs work for IT UNITS

 

Data Entry of Toilets data

14.

Clean Kerala Company

Haritha Karma Sena-Purchase of Non-Biodegradable waste through RRF, plastic shredding machine operators.

2017

     

15.

Kerala Institute of local administration(KILA)

Haritha Karma Sena Training fund

2018

3.6 Cr

Training completion of 22592 Kudumbashree members

Till May 2018, Received 2.5 Cr and completed training of 20269 Kudumbashree members

16.

Kerala Academy for Skill Excellence(KASE)

Geriatric care Training for elderly care group formation in all districts.

1 year

1 Crore approx.

(1000*10000 Rs)

Training completion of 1000 Harsham geriatric volunteers.

Completed Training of 52 Harsham volunteers and training in progress

17.

Food Corporation of India

Subsidized wheat for nutrimix units is made available through FCI.

2006 onwards

No

FCI is providing

No delays occurred from the part of FCI in wheat distribution through its outlets

18.

Social Justice Department

Nutritional supplement named Amrutham Nutrimix is supplied to Anganwadis as Take Home Ration for 6 months to 3 year babies

2006

One kilogram of Nutrimix costs Rs 73.5/- including GST

Nutrimix units are getting 120 crore turnover per year.

The Nutrimix model is widely acceptable by NRLM and the model is going to implement in other states

19.

United Nations World Food Programme 

Nutrimix Fortification at Wayanad is implemented by UNWFP

2016

Nil

Fortified Nutrimix supply is going to scale up in all other districts.

It reduces the malnutrition among children.

20.

Food & Safety Department

Food and Safety officers is doing the quality check of subsidized wheat supplied through FCI outlets. And they are also conducting training classes for the nutrimix units with regard to hygiene.

2018

Nil

   

21.

Child Fund India, Bhopal

Requirement of 4000kg Nutrimix is received

2018

Nil

   

22.

BPCL

Operation of wayside amenities which includes cafeteria and toilet management at 4 districts in Kerala.

2018-2021

Nil

   

23.

Bureau of Pharmaceuticals PSU’s of India

Need approval from BPPI to open Janaushdhi stores and medicines for Kudumbashree Janaushadi stores is supplied by BPPI.

2018

   

Received Government order in starting Janaushadi stores through Kudumbashree

24.

Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana

Uniforms for DDU GKY students are stitched by Kudumbashree Apparel units

2016

70 Lakhs has received for the purpose and it is paid to units as uniform cost.

Additional income generation is made possible

 

25.

Handloom Corporation

Kudumbashree was entrusted with the task of giving training to 300 women in weaving so that they take up handloom activity at home after completion of training.

2018-19

3.9Cr

2 districts training will be

 started in this month

 

26

KELTRON

Appointment of 24 persons for data entry on contract in Ernamkulam District with Rs 9700 as monthly salary and PF, ESI etc

July 2018 to July 2019

 

24 persons got job placement in Ernakulam District

 

27

Motor Vehicle Department

Got Space for Starting E seva centers in RTO/SUB RTO officers of Motor Vehicle Department

From March 2016 and continued

 

32 E-Seva centers started

96 persons got livelihood opportunity in different Districts

28

Registration Department

Got data entry work of 18000 applications

01-06-2018

 

Completed 18000 Data entry work at Rs 8 per application

Two persons got job on dailywage basis

29

CHIAK

RSBY Data Entry Work

2017

Rs. 25,950/-

Completed 1730 Data entry work at Rs 15 per application

Completed the work

Previous/Concluded Projects

Sl.No

Department

Details of Convergence Program

Period

Amount received from Department, if any

Result

Remarks/Achievement

1

Child Fund India, Bhopal

Supplied 4800kg of nutrimix to child fund india

2017

Rs. 4,32,000

It is given to their malnourished children and they found its a very healthy diet.

The agency again approached Kudumbashree in June 2018 for supplying another 4000kg of Nutrimix.

2

NORKA

Data Entry Work

2017

50 lakh

Got job opportunity for 63 IT unit members

Completed the work

3

HANTEX

Anganwadi Coat Stiching work

2017

40.63 lakh

Got workorder for stiching 56437 coats

Completed the work

 

 

Housekeeping Convergence Programmes - ME Team
Present / Ongoing Projects
Sl.No. Dept (Govt. / Private) Details of Programme / Work Order Period Amount Received from Dept.(in crore) / Work Order Amount Result Remarks / Achievement
1 Institute of Virology,Alappuzha House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs. 8500month 1 Kudumbashree member is placed  
2 Asst.Excecutive Engineer's office At Medical College,Alappuzha House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs.6000/month 1 Kudumbashree member is placed  
3 Karunya Pharmacy, Alappuzha House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs.7000/Month 1 Kudumbashree member is placed  
4 Karunya Pharmacy, Vandanam,Alappuzha House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs.12000/Month 1 Kudumbashree member is placed  
5 Thaluk Office,Alappuzha House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs. 6000/month 4 Kudumbashree members are placed  
6 Thaluk Statistical Office, Alappuzha House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs.6000/month 1 Kudumbashree member is placed  
7 Thottappally Minor irrigation,Alappuzha House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs.6000/month 1 Kudumbashree member is placed  
8 Tourism Department Office,Alappuzha House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs. 6000/month 1 Kudumbashree member is placed  
9 Govt.Guest House, Alappuzha House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs.630/day 4 Kudumbashree members are placed  
10 SAI,Alappuzha  Boat Driver, Trainer, Hostel Warden House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019   6 Kudumbashree members are placed  
11 Govt.Medical College Vandanam,Alappuzha House keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs.630/day 320 Kudumbashree Members were placed  
12 DTPC,Alappuzha House Keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs.10500/month 6 Kudumbashree members were placed  
13 Collectrate camp house,Alappuzha House Keeping 2017-2018,2018-2019 Rs. 6000/month 1 Kudumbashree Member got job  
14 Govt. College, Kattappana,Idukki House Keeping  1  year   Appointed  10Persons  
15 Indian Oil Coporation,Idukki House Keeping  1  year   Appointed 2 persons   
16 Revenue, PWD, ANERT, Town planning Idukki House Keeping  6months   Appointed 5 persons  
17 Govt. Press Kozhikode House Keeping 89 Days Rs.21000/Month 1 Staff  
18 Treasury Kozhikode House Keeping 89 Days   1 Staff  
19 Lottery Department  Kozhikode House Keeping 89 Days   1 Staff  
20 Agriculture Department Kozhikode House Keeping 89 Days   1 Staff  
21 DTPC Kozhikode House Keeping 1.3 `Year   35 Staff  
22 Leagal Metrology,Kozhikode House Keeping 89 Days   1 Staff  
23 Industrial Dept.Kozhikode House Keeping 89 Days   2 Staff  
24 Urban Health Mission (NUHM)Kozhikode House Keeping 89 Days Rs.315000 15 Staff  
25 Urban Health Mission (NUHM)Kozhikode House Keeping 89 Days Rs. 105000 5 staff  
26 Collegeiate Education,Kozhikode House Keeping 89 Days   6 Staff  
27 Health Department(NRHM) Kozhikode House Keeping 89 Days Rs. 189000 9 Staff  
28 ICDS Karadka ,Kasargod Casual sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
29 Dept. of Health. Kanhangad,Kasargod Casual sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
30 Harbour Engineer, Kasaragod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
31 Food Safety , Nileswar,Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
32 District Court, Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
33 PWD Office, Kasaragod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
34 Fedaral Bank,Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
35 ICDS Additional, Udma, Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
36 SC dept. Hostal, Kasaragod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
37 SC Block Office ,Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
38 Resurvey Office,Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
39 Block Development Office, Karadka,Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
40 ICDS Kasaragod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
41 ICDS Nileswaram,Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
42 Food Safety Kasaragod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
43 Collectrate Camp House,Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
44 Statistical Dept. Kasaragod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
45 Special Tahsildar, Kasaragod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
46 Deputy Direcor of Procicution, Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
47 Indian Oil Corporation, Kanhangad, Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
48 SC dept. Meenja, Kasargod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
49 Child Protection Office, Kasaragod Casual Sweeper 6 month Rs. 6000/month    
50 KR Narayanan Film Institute, Akalakunnam,Kottayam House Keepping 2017-18 Rs. 6000/month 3 Kudumbashree members are placed  
51 IOCL,Kottayam  Toilet management 2017-18 Rs. 8000/month 5 Kudumbashree members are placed  
52 Government Medical College Hospital, Kottayam Sweeper 2017-18 Rs.350/day 231 Kudumbashree members are placed  
53 Government Medical College Hospital, Kottayam Sweeper 2018-19 Rs.350/day 76 Kudumbashree members are placed  
54 Govt.Medical College, Manjeri, Malappuram CLEANING STAFF 179 Days Rs. 400/Day 8 PERSON  
55 Collectrate,Malappuram SWEEPER 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 2 PERSONS  
56 Labour Office, Malappuram SWEEPER 179 Days Rs. 6000/month    
57 Taluk Office, Malappuram SWEEPER 179 Days Rs. 6000/month    
58 Sub Tressuery, Malappuram SWEEPER 179 Days Rs. 6000/month    
59 DTPC,  Malappuram CLEANING STAFF 2017-18 Rs. 350/Day 8 CENTRE 59 PERSONS  
60 Ayurveda College ,Kottakkal,Malappuram HOUSE KEEPING 2017-18-19 Rs. 600/Day 11 PERSONS WORKING  
61 URBAN PHC (12CENTER), Malappuram Cleaning Staff 2017-18   24 PERSONS  
62 Arts and Science College, Mankda, Malappuram SWEEPER, SANITATION WORKER 2017-19 Rs.600/day 3 Persons  
63 Arogya Keralam,Community Mental health Programme, Kozhenchery,Pathanamthitta Cleaning Staff 179 Days Rs. 8000/month 6 person  
64 PWD (Building Sec,Ranni) Casual Sweeper 179  Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
65 Town Planning  Office,Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
66 Coaching centre for Muslim Youth,Thykkavu, Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
67 PWD Rest House Sec   Ranni Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
68 PWD Rest  House, Aranmula, Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
69 PWD Rest  House, kozhenchery,Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
70 PWD Electrical Sec, Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
71 PWD Building Sec, Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
72 Child Development Office, Koipuram, Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
73 PWD (ROAD,Sub Division, Adoor), Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
74 PWD (ROAD,Sub Division, Pandalam), Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
75 PWD (ROAD,Sub Division, Pathanamthitta) Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
76 Anert Office, Pathanmthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
77 Child Development Office,Pandalam, Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
78 Child Development Office, Konni,Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
79 Kada Division, Adoor,Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
80 Child Development Office, Ranni Perunad,Pathanamthitta casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
81 General Hospital, Adoor,Pathanamthitta Cleaning Staff 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 3 person  
82 L.A Power Grid,Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
83 DMO, Pthanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
84 District Labour Office, Pathanamthitta Casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
85 Quality Control Sub Division Thiruvalla,Pathanamthitta casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
86 Seethathode Village,Pathanamthitta casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
87 Erathu Village Office,Pathanamthitta casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
88 Pandalam Thekkekkara,Pathanamthitta casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
89 Animal Disease Control Project Office, Pathanamthitta casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
90 Animal Disease Control Project Office, Ranni Angadi,Pathanamthitta casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
91 ADC Office, pathanamthitta casual Sweeper 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
92 Karunya Comuunity Pharmacy,Pathanamthitta Cleaning Staff 179 Days Rs. 6000/month 1 person  
93 DTPC Aranmula,Pathanamthitta Cleaning Staff 179 Days Rs. 10500/month 10 person  
94 Peruthenaruvavi,Pathanamthitta Cleaning Staff 179 Days Rs. 10500/month 2 person  
95 Deputy drugs control Dept. Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1 staff  
96 C-Apt Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 5staff  
97 Military Wellfare Office, Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1staff  
98 Irrigation Dept.Trivandrum  Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1staff  
99 Animal Husbandary Dept. Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 3 staff  
100 Adv.General Office, Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1staff  
101 Rusa Vikas Bhavan, Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1staff  
102 Road Information, Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1 staff  
103 SA SA kaimanam, Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1 staff  
104 Deputy Transport Commissionerate, Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1 staff  
105 ST Department,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1 Staff  
106 Fort Police station,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 2Staff  
107 District  Planning office ,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1Staff  
108 Sanskrit college,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs.15000/Month 1Staff  
109 State Library  ,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs.15000/Month 4Staff  
110 CRT,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 400 /day 21Staff  
111 Dhanwanthari,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 5Staff  
112 Special Branch CID office,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1Staff  
113 Industrial Tribunal,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1Staff  
114 Secratrait Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 630/ day 21   Staff  
115 LBS institute,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 4000/month 10 staff  
116 Swathithirunaal Music college ,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs.16000/Month 1staff  
117 Medical  College, Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs.10500/month 13 staff  
118 Civil Supply Department Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs.12000/Month 1staff  
119 Farm Information Bureau,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1 staff  
120 Gov.Womens Hostel ,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs.12000/Month 3staff  
121 KSEB, Trivandrum Cleaning Staff  1  year Rs.15000/Month 60 Staff  
122 Govt.Law college,Trivandrum Cleaning/Sweeper 1  year Rs. 6000/month 1staff  

 

 

Canteen Convergence Programmes - ME Team
Present / Ongoing Projects
Sl.No. Dept (Govt. / Private) Details of Programme / Work Order Period Amount Received from Dept.(in crore) / Work Order Amount Result Remarks / Achievement
1 Grama Panchayath, Pallippuram, Alappuzha Canteen 2017-2019 Rs.3000/month/person 5 kudubashree members get a sustainable income  
2 Grama Panchayath, Puliyoor, Alappuzha Canteen 2018-2019   5 kudubashree members get a sustainable income Started 2 weeks before 
3 Block Panchayath, Mavelikkara, Alappuzha Canteen 2017-2019 Rs.5000/month/person 5 kudubashree members get a sustainable income  
4 District Court, Alappuzha Canteen 2017-2019 Rs.7500/person/month 10 kudubashree members get a sustainable income  
5 Block Panchayath, Pattanakkad, Alappuzha Canteen 2017-2019 Rs.3000/month/person 5 kudubashree members get a sustainable income  
6 Central University of Kerala, Kasargod Canteen 1 year      
7 Government Medical College Hospital, Kottayam Hospital Canteen 2017-18 Rs.10000/month/person 5 Kudumbashree members are placed  
8 Government Medical College Hospital, Kottayam College Canteen 2018-19 Rs.10000/month/person 5 Kudumbashree members are placed  
9 KR Narayanan Film Institute, Akalakunnam,Kottayam Canteen 2017-18 Rs.10000/month/person 13 Kudumbashree members are placed  
10 Pala Municipalty,Kottayam Modarate Midday Meals 2017-18 Rs.6000/month/person 10 Kudumbashree members are placed  
11 CMS College, Kottayam College Canteen 2017-18 Rs.9000/month/person 5 Kudumbashree members are placed  
12 BSNL, Kottayam Canteen 2018-19 Rs.7000/month/person 2 Kudumbashree members are placed  
13 Government Polytechnic, Kaduthuruthy,Kottayam College Canteen 2018-19 Rs.7000/month/person 10 Kudumbashree members are placed  
14 Calicut University,Malappuram Mess of Guest House 2018-19 ME unit Proposed  
15 Ayurveda College ,Kottakkal,Malappuram Canteen 2017-18 ME unit 5 Persons  
16 Scert Poojapura, Trivandrum Canteen Contract 1  year      
17 Bartonhill, Trivandrum Canteen Contract 1 year      
18 GST office Karamana, Trivandrum Canteen Contract 1  year      
19 NABARD, Trivandrum Canteen Contract 1  year      
20 KFC, Trivandrum Canteen Contract 1  year      
21 DTPC, Trivandrum Canteen Contract 1  year      
22 Homeo Medical College Hostel,Trivandrum Canteen Contract 1  year      
23 ITDP,Wayanad Lunch, Tea& Snacks 43228 24500    
24 Suchithwa Mission,Wayanad Lunch, Tea& Snacks 43229 14280    
25 DTPC,Wayanad Lunch, Tea& Snacks 43230 7770    
26 LIFE MISSION,Wayanad Lunch, Tea& Snacks 43230 3290    
27 DISTRICT MEDICAL OFFICER(Ayurveda, Allopathy, Homoeo),Wayanad Lunch, Tea& Snacks 43231 21000    
28 SSA Lunch, Tea& Snacks 43227 11000    
29 INFORMATION,Wayanad Lunch, Tea& Snacks 43233 45804    
30 District Panchayath,Palakkad Café Kudumbashree 2017-18 1250000   5 Café Kudumbashree unit
31  PWD Pathanapuram,Kollam  canteen 1 year      
32 Chavara IRE ,Kollam canteen 1 year      
33 Medical college students hostel ,Paripally ,Kollam Mess   1 year      
34 IHRD Engineering College,Perumon ,Kollam Canteen 1 year      
35 BJM Govt college,Chavara,Kollam Canteen 1 year      

 

 

IT Convergence Programmes - ME Team
Present / Ongoing Projects
Sl.No. Dept (Govt. / Private) Details of Programme / Work Order Period Amount Received from Dept.(in crore) / Work Order Amount Result Remarks / Achievement
1 Employment Exchange, Kozhikode Data Entry Operator 89 days   2 Staff appointed  
2 Education Department,Kozhikode Clerk cum Computer Operator 89 days   1 Staff appointed  
3 Health Department(NRHM) Kozhikode Data Entry Operator 89 days   2 Staff appointed  
4 Government Medical College Hospital, Kottayam DTP operator 2018-19 Rs.710/day 8 Kudumbashree members are placed  
5 KMSCL TIRUR, Malappuram DATA ENTRY 2017-18 Rs.600/DAY    
6 Norka roots,Wayanad Data Entry Works 2017-18 48510    
7 Anert,Trivandrum DEO 1  year Rs.15500/Month 2 Staff appointed  
8 Cultural Dept.,Trivandrum DEO 1year Rs.19000/Month    
9 Labour Commision,Trivandrum DEO 1 yr Rs.6000/Month    
10 KMSCL   ,Trivandrum DEO        
11 Cultural Directrait,Trivandrum DEO     Rs. 710/day    
12 National Saving Project,Trivandrum DEO   1  year Rs.19000    
13 Labour Commission,Trivandrum DEO 1  year Rs.16000/Month    
14 Labour Office ,Trivandrum DEO    16000    
15 Attingal Govt College ,Trivandrum DEO    Rs. 650/ day    

 

 

Other Convergence Programmes - ME Team
Present / Ongoing Projects
Sl.No. Dept (Govt. / Private) Details of Programme / Work Order Period Amount Received from Dept.(in crore) / Work Order Amount Result Remarks / Achievement
1 Karunya Pharmacy Govt. Hospital Manjeri, Kozhikode Supporting Staff 2017-18 Rs.275/day 1 person  
2 Arogya Keralam,Pathanamthitta( urban, PHC) Attender 179 days Rs.8000/month 1 person  
3 Child Protection Office,Aranmula,Pathanamthitta Multi purpose worker 179 days   1 person  
4 Child Protection Office,Aranmula,Pathanamthitta Out reach worker 179 days   1 person  
5 District Panchayath,Palakkad Sanitary Napkin 2017-18 Rs.2500000 10 Sanitary Napkin Units  
6 Health Department(NRHM) Kozhikode Attender 89 days   10 Staff  
7 Collegeiate Education,Kozhikode Cook 89 days   12 Staff  
8 Govt.Law college,Trivandrum LlibraryAassistant 1  year Rs.8000 1staff  
9 Industrial Dept.Kozhikode Night Watchman 89 days   2 Staff  
10 Child Protection Unit,Kozhikode Multi Task Worker 89 Days   2 Staff  
11 Neyyar dam Irrigation,Trivandrum GARDNER 1  year Rs. 16000 /Month 2 staff  
12 Raj Bahvan,Trivandrum Waiter, Gardner 1  year Rs.15000/Month 2 Staff  
13 Government Medical College Hospital, Kottayam Parking Management 2017-18 Rs.8000/Month 24 Kudumbashree members are placed  
14 Health Department(IMCH),Kozhikode Attender 89 days   25 Staff  
15 IOCL,Kozhikode Aminity Centre Management 1 Year Rs.324000 3 Staff  
16 District Panchayath,Palakkad Aja Samridhi (Goat Rearing) 2017-18 Rs.1500000 30 Aja Samridhi Units  
17 IOC,Trivandrum Worker 1  year Rs.9000/Month 5 Staff  
18 District Panchayath,Palakkad Ksheera Samridhi 2017-18 Rs.875000 7 Ksheera Samridhi Units  
19 Pandalam Muncipality ,Pathanamthitta Bill Collectors 179 days   7person  
20 Dist.Panchayat, Idukki Sanitary Napkin        
21 Govt.College Physical Education,Kozhikode Cook        
22 EK Nayanar Memorial Government College, Elerithattu,Kasargod Sweepar, coock, night watch man, sanitation worker Rs.17025/ per month    
23 Kerala State Financial Enterprises,Kasargod Order for 1000 umbrella   Rs.236000    
24 PH Sub Division, Malappuram MEETER READING 2017-18      
25 TMC TIRUR,Malappuram COOK, SANITATION WORKER, WATCHMAN 2018-19      
26 Govt. Taluk Hospital, Bathery Santhwanam volunteers unit, Cholestrol checking 43131 Rs.253500    
27 Information Office,Wayanad Vilambara Jadha  Polika 2018 43233 Rs. 26400    
28 KMSCL,Wayanad Napkin distribution 42951 Rs.371793    
29 KMSCL,Wayanad Napkin distribution 43036 Rs.33989    
30 KMSCL,Wayanad Napkin distribution 43181 Rs.1737200    
31 Child Protection Office,Trivandrum Multi Task Worker 1  year Rs.6000/Month    
32 District TB centre,Trivandrum Sample  Collector 1  year Rs. 20000/Month    
33 Tribal office, Kasargod School Uniform stiching 2017 & 2018   Uniform Stitched for 4880 Students  
34 Model Residential School , Kasargod School Uniform stiching 2017 & 2018      
35 District Panchayath,Palakkad Textiles & Garments 2017-18 5500000 22 Tailoring & Textiles Units  

 

 

 

 

Convergence Programmes 2018-2019 - Marketing Team
Sl.No: Department Details of Convergence Program Period Amount received from department, if any Result Remarks
1 Agriculture Department With the convergence of Agriculture department an exclussive area for Kudumbshree products at Agro hyper markets. 2017 NIL Started in Thrissur district. NIL
2 Agriculture Department- Horticorp Nano markets for Kudumbashree products in Horticorp outlets. 2018 NIL 2 outlets started in Thiruvananthapuram districts. NIL

 

 

Convergence Programmes 2018-2019 - PR Team
Sl.No: Department Details of Convergence Program Period Amount received from department, if any Result Remarks
1 Public Relations Department, Govt. of Kerala Rangasree team has been entrusted with the work of flashmob cum streetplay in 14 districts 2018-19 PRD has sanctioned 14 Lakhs, released 7 Lakhs as advance Programme conducted in Thiruvananthapuram District and one day in Kollam Got wide publicity on Rangasree activities throughout Kerala

 

 

Convergence Programmes 2018-2019 - Gender Team
Present / Ongoing
Sl. No. Departments Details of Convergence Program Period Amount received from Department,If any Result Remarks/ Achievements
1. PRD Rangasree (Theatre Group of Kudumbashree) team has been assigned a task to conduct Play and dramas as part of Governments second anniversary. 2018-19 14,000,00/- Approved Program has been conducted in Trivandrum district. Due to monsoon PRD asked to give a break to program and restart once Monsoon is over. Livelihood support
7, 000, 00/- Released
2. Home Department Counselling and shelter are being given to those who approach Police station for different cases On going Nil Over 500 cases have been referred to and from Home department. 3 Community counselling centre have been started in Police station’s building itself in Pathanamthitta District. Moreover Police department is giving self defence training to vigilant group members.
Nirbhaya volunteers have been selected from Vigilant group members More then 750 Vigilant group members received training to be a Nirbhaya Volunteer  
3. CWC/Child line Counselling and shelter are provided to those children who approach to CWC/Child line On going Nil 790 cases have been dealt with the help of CWC/Child line Most of the cases of CWC are referred to Snehitha for short term shelter.
4. LSGI’s Vulnerability mapping 2nd phase (140 GP’s)been conducted, Gender resource centres   and BLCCC’s infrastructure and program implementation support availed by LSGI 2017-18 Nil Vulnerability mapping has been completed in 28 GP’s 1st phase and140 GP’s in 2nd phase going on. Projects for rupees 77 Cr.  were approved by LSG
5. Suchitwa mission Rangasree (Theatre Group of Kudumbashree) team has been assign a task to conduct Play and dramas to create hygiene and cleanliness across Kerala 2017-18 40,000,00/- (approved only) Not Started  
6. Energy Management Centre Rangasree (Theatre Group of Kudumbashree) team has been assigned a task to Play drama to create awareness among people for energy conservation. 2017-18      
7. KILA Kudumbashree GRC Representatives are getting training from KILA 208-19 Nil    
 
Previous / Conducted
Sl. No. Departments Details of Convergence Program Period Amount received from Department,If any Result Remarks/ Achievements
1. NRLM- Aajeevika Swachhatha Pakhwada- Rangasree (Theatre Group of Kudumbashree) team has been assign a task to promote Programs and create awareness across Kerala. 2017-18   Plays and dramas were conducted. Livelihood Support given to Rangasree Artists 
2. Social Justice SRCW- State resource centre for women was inaugurated and  office has been set up at Kudumbashree state mission 2017-18 16,000,00/- More than 350 Kudumbashree Employees have been given gender sensitization training GRC and Activities
3. Kerala Chalachitra Academy Block level film festivals has been conducted as part of Neetham campaign 2017-18 2017-18 Nil All block in Kerala were covered and movies based on gender issues has been projected It was an open place for our women to get entertained. Those who have never been to theatre even once in a life got the opportunity to watch a cinema in theatre style.
4. Kochin Muziris Biennale Varayude Penma- Two art workshop were conduct with the support of Kochin Muziris Biennale for Kudumbashree women 2017-18 Nil 25 Kudumbashree Women participated in the biennale and got 10 days training Kudumbashree made a way to its women to furnish their talents on canvas and enhance their capability. Created an opportunity to collaborate with Kochin Muziris Biennale
5. Kerala Sangeetha Nadaka Academy State level Drama camp had been organized for Rangasree members (Theatre group) 2017-18 Nil This camp had helped to improve the art of drama and style which was inbuilt in our Rangasree members It was a platform for Rangasree members to learn new and unique techniques of drama
6. Kerala Lalitha Kala Academy State level Art  camp had been conducted for NHG members 2017-18 Nil    
7. Kerala Sahithya Academy Avishkara – State level camp was conducted with the help of Kerala Sahitya Academy at Kozhikode 2017-18 Nil NHG members across Kerala have participated in this camp and got the opportunities to enhance their writing skills and to meet with well known and famous personalities. Next level activities and camp will be conducted at district level.
8. LSGI’s Vulnerability mapping 1st  phase (28 GP’s) had been conducted, 2016-17 Nil Vulnerabilities of the particular Grama Panchayath were identified. Projects for rupees 11 Cr.  were approved by LSG

 

 

Convergence Programmes 2018-2019 - Tribal Team
Sl No Department Details of convergence program Period Amount received from Department, if any Result Remarks

1

Tribal Development Department

P.K.Kalan Project-Tribal department assigned Kudumbashree mission for conducting a detailed survey and to prepare individual microplan for those  tribal families living in isolation in Alappuzha constituency

2017

–18

5 Crore

Individual microplan was prepared and submitted to working group. Project for Rs.5crore was sanctioned on the basis of he plan

 

2

Tribal Development Department

Community Kitchen in Attappady

2016-17

10 Crore

Total community kitchen benificiary-16715, (6Month - 3 Year , 3Y - 6Y, 6Y-12Y, Pregnant women,  Lactating women , Adolescent , Mentally challenged , Physically challenged , widows,  Bedridden, Old age) total  community kitchen  -196

on going

3

Tribal Development Department

MGNREGs –Advance payment of wages for tribal

2018

 11 crore provided to

Training completed at Attappady and  initial meeting  with panchayath ,  district mission coordinator and NREGA officers  at Wayanad

 

4

Tribal Development Department

Livelihood project at Edamalakudy

2017-18

10 laksh

Training finished  for cafe and one unit started at Edamalakudy and one training conducted for animators and community  members for special project

on going

5

Tribal Development Department

P.K.Kalan Project-Tribal department assigned Kudumbashre e mission for conducting a detailed survey and to prepare individual micro plan for those  tribal families living in outside ooru /scattered  area.

2017

–18

110 crore announced in budget not received

Individual micro plan Preparation process ongoing. currently Malampuzha micro plan under process

ongoing

6

Social Justices Department

Community Kitchen in Attappady

2016-17

6 Crore

Total community kitchen benificiary-16715, (6Month – 3 Year , 3Y – 6Y, 6Y-12Y, Pregnant women,  Lactating women , Adolescent , Mentally challenged, Physically challenged , widows,  Bedridden, Old age) total  community kitchen  -196

on going

7

Civil supplies department

Ration shop-Attappady (4)

2018

-

Kalkandi,Devagund, Mini civil Station Agali,Thachapady

Process ongoing  not yet started

 
Previous / Conclude
Sl No Department Details of convergence program Period Amount received from Department, if any Result Remarks

1

Tribal Development Department

Sustainable Development Project for Tribal  Family

2016-17

3.5 Cr

427 new  NHGs formed and 58739 members  covered under  the NHG, 674-balasabha formed, 50709-members registered under NREGS, 94- Group ME formed, 30- individual group formed, training conduct for animators, promoters and oorumooppans,33- cultural group formed, organized 141- ooril oru dinam  programme,  NHGs corpus fund distributed -414 group, JLGs corpus fund distributed - 585 group, saga campaign completed at 2127 NHGs, 57- DDUGKY campaign get done, district fest conduct at 11 district, 142 traditional handicraft group and cafe group participated the  district fest, supplementary food distributed to 769 beneficiaries, 189 MLP complete,65- adolescent club formed,  226- youth Club formed , 154 JLG Group formed by  Sustainable Agriculture Practice,  1 Aranyakam KIOSK  (NTFP and  handicraft item ,other tribal product etc are sold under the Kiosk) product started at Idukki, NHG leader training and review meeting   conduct and District initiative Programme.

ongoing

 

 

Convergence Programmes 2018-2019 - DDU-GKY Team
Sl No Department Details of Convergence programme Period Amount received from Department, if any Result Remarks/ Achievement
1 MGNREGA..MoRD PRO- LIFE Program. Convergence with MGNREGA ( MoRD). Those who completed 14 working day from 2014 under MGNREGA and their house hold can be the beneficiary of the up skilling and placement program. Kudumbasree, the SRLM for DDU-GKY need to train 5000 rural youth and 70% of the total youth need to get the placement.
Target : 2015-17 -3000
Target 2017-18 -2000
Total : 5000
Total project cost is 21.4 cr
2016 to 2019 18.3 cr Achievement as on 15-09-2017
Training completed :

Fin year 2015-17 : 3121
Fin year 2017-18 : 1452
Total : 4573

Placement completed :

Fin year 2015-17 : 1252
Fin year 2017-18 : 867
Total : 2119
Need to finish the mis work for the 5000 MGNREGA beneficiaries.
Kudumbasree SRLM completed all the training programs to 5000 Candidates and out of this more than 70% placed.
2 KASE- Ministry of Labour, Govt of Kerala KASE- Project apraisal Body for DDU-GKY Program.During the second phase of DDU-GKY, Kerala Academy for Skills and Excellence (KASE), working under Labour Department of Kerala has been appointed as Appraisal Agency for appraising new proposals received under DDU GKY Portal as per MoRD specifications. 2017 to 2018   Achievement as on 15-09-2017
21 Project apprised - through thet KASE recieved morethan 60 Lakh Rupees from the Project Implimentation Agencies as Project Apprisal Fee
18 Project apprised and 17 got Approval from the PAC

 

 

Possible convergence as per 13th FYP for projects in 2018-19
Present/ Ongoing    
Sl No Department Details of Convergence Programme Period Amount received from Department if any Result Remarks / Achievements
1 Animal Husbandry, KEPCO and Meat Products of India (MPI) As a Joint venture, AH department is providing technical support for the whole programme, including provision of available hatchery space for hatching of broiler eggs. For supply of chicks and buyback at a steady rate, broiler farm units are tied up with KEPCO and MPI. MPI has agreed to provide financial assistance of 3.5 lakhs each to 10 SC beneficiaries for starting sales outlet. From 2017 onwards NIL Started 541 broiler farm units across the state. Currently 39 units are tied up with KEPCO and farmers are getting an average profit of Rs.40000 per batch Currently 39 units are tied up with KEPCO.
2 LSGI ABC Project - LSGIs allocate fund for ABC to Kudumbashree. Animal Husbandry department provides technical support as well as service of Veterinary doctors and Livestock Inspectors for the project. Kudumbashree empanells registered Veterinary doctors for surgery. From 2017 onwards 3,23,58,725 Sterilized and Vaccinated 17,067 dogs Units got good income from this project.
3 Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (KVASU) KVASU will be providing scientific training to Kudumbashree members 2018-19 NIL   A sum of Rs. 10,00,000/- has been allocated by the KVASU for conducting training to Kudumbashree membersFund can be utilized for giving training to Kerala Chicken broiler unit beneficiaries.
4  Strategies of Scheduled Caste Sub Plan (SCSP) Pooled Fund for Special Projects under SCSP : Can be utilized for getting pooled fund for SC beneficiaries of Ksheerasagaram and Aadugramam project. From 2018 onwards NIL NIL Approved projects will get financial assistance. Rs 100 lakhs has been alotted for this plan as per 13th five year plan.

 

 

Convergence Programmes 2018-2019 - Agriculture Team
Present/ ongoing
Sl No Department Details of convergence programme Period Amount received from dept., if any Result Remarks/ Achievement
1 Agriculture Dept. Intensive banana cultivation- Establishment of 600 small scale VA units and also increase of the already existing 5000acre cultivation to 2000 acres more is intended in this project  2018-19 Nil Interested groups identified for VA units 4500 acres already under cultivation targeting ONAM 2018.
  Agriculture Dept. fallow land cultivation- Fallows brought under cultivation in a phased manner with MNREGS and Agri dept 2018-19 Nil Fallow lands identified with the help of Agri dept  
  Agriculture Dept. Establishment of Plant nurseries- This project aims at supplying seedlings to all at uniform price and quality. 140 nurseries will be established across the state 2018-19 Nil Interested JLGs located Identified no of interested JLG groups are more than 140 during the initial survey itself
             
  Agriculture Dept. Medicinal plant cultivation- 250 ha will be undertaken for cultivation in selected districts 2018-19 Nil District wise area and crop identified for cultivation  
             
  Agriculture Dept. FPOs and FPCs- Onde producer company each in districts and a state level paddy producer company for the paddy collectives are targeted this year 2018-19 Nil Commodity of chance for formation for PCs located and farmers mobilised in districts. Paddy collectives assessment for tate level PC ison  progress  
2 State medicinal plants board Medicinal plant cultivation- 250 ha will be undertaken for cultivation in selected districts 2018-19 Nil  Trainings And tech support will be imparted by SMPB  
3 MNREGA cultivation- Fallows brought under cultivation in a phased manner with MNREGS and Agri dept 2018-19 NIl    
4 Small farmers Agri business consortium (SFAC) VA units in banana and coconut- 50 units in coconut and 35 units in cocnut will be set up. 5 cfc each in banana and coconut is also targeted. Out of this 20 VA units and 4 CFCs will be funded by SFAC 2018-19 Nil Number of VA units identified district wise, formation of units yet to start.  
5 Trifed Tribal JLG and  JEVA – Tjis project aims at intensifying farming in tribal  sector and creation of CRPs 2018-19 Nil Even though 25% increase from the existing was targeted, around 30% increase is noted pending completion of registration process  
 
Previous/ concluded
Sl No Department Details of convergence programme Period Amount received form dept., if any Result Remarks/ Achievemnt
1 Vegetable and fruit promotion council Kerala(VFPCK) Bhakshya Suraksha Bhavanam 2017-18 -- Training to NHG members on homestead kitchen gardens 22 Lakh NHG members were trained
2 Agriculture Dept. Rural weekly markets 2017-18 -- 450 rural markets in convergence with Agri Dept JLG members agri. Produce marketed through these outlets
 

 

 

Convergence-PMAY (U)
Sl.No Name of  scheme Area of convergence Time limit
1 National Urban Livelihood Mission Enrolment of PMAY beneficiaries under EST&P component of NULM March, 2020
2 Kudumbashree Construction Construction of PMAY houses through Kudumbashree Construction groups. March,2019
3 Ayyankali Urban Employment Guarantee Scheme Provision of mandays for the construction of PMAY houses. March, 2019

 

 

Convergence – NULM with other Departments/Schemes

Sl No

Department

Details of Convergence programme

Period

Amount received from Department, if any

Result

Remarks/ Achievement

1.

Centre for Environment and Development(CED)

Kudumbashree, has signed an agreement (MoU) with Centre for Environment and Development (CED) for imparting Integrated Capacity Building Framework (ICBF) training for implementing the scheme in a more efficient manner.   Training is planned to be imparted to all staff positioned in ULBs for NULM which includes City Mission Managers, Multi Task Personnel, Community Organisers and all other stakeholders of the scheme.

FY 2018-19

The training will be funded by Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs

Training module comprises of three capsules of 3 days duration each. The training programme has commenced in the State.

The first capsule training has been completed for all NULM City Mission Managers and Multi Task Personnel.

2.

Swachha Bharat Mission

Area Development Societies (ADS) of Kudumbashree in Urban area have taken initiatives to implement the cleanliness and sanitation drive of Swachha Bharat Mission. Awareness on solid waste management & mosquito control was imparted to the public.

FY2017-18

Nil

Nominations were invited from ADSs for selecting the best performing ADS. 21 out of the 66 nominations received were shortlisted and recommended to the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs by a committee constituted exclusively for the purpose

7 ADSs were selected as best performance by Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs.

1 ADS bagged the first prize worth Rs. 1.5 lakhs,

3 ADSs received Rs. 1 lakh each as second prize and

3 ADSs received Rs. 50000 each as third prize.

3.

Pradhan Mantri  Awaz Yojana (PMAY)

Convergence of NULM scheme with PMAY scheme

–Identify left out members in PMAY beneficiary families from the Kudumbashree network and enrolled them into NHGs.

 -- Interested unemployed beneficiaries of PMAY may be provided training and placement under Employment through Skills training & Placement component of NULM

-- Interested beneficiaries identified under PMAY may be provided EDP & skill training to start Self Employment (Individual or Group). Interest subsidy (subsidy on interest over and above 7%) may be provided to them.

-- Construction teams- 39 new construction units in selected ULBs in association with construction of houses under PMAY scheme

-- Hollow bricks- 16 hollow bricks units in selected ULBs for the construction of houses under PMAY scheme

FY 2018-19

Requisite funds will be utilized from NULM scheme

 

 

4.

Urban Local Bodies

Funds allocated by ULBs for Kudumbashree / Women Component Plan

FY2018-19

10685.20 lakhs

The available fund earmarked for Kudumbashree can be utilized for convergence with NULM scheme.

 

 

 

Convergence Programmes 2018-2019 - MIS Team
Sl.No: Department Details of Convergence Program Period Amount received from department, if any Result Remarks
1 DRDA, Lakshadweep As per the instruction from NMMU-NRLM, Kudumbashree had given training  to DRDA-Lakshadweep staff during the period 2018March 26-28, on the subject of 'Transaction Based SHG Digital Accounting System(TBSDAS)' at NRLM-CBOTRANS PORTAL. This is to to digitilize the  financial transations of neighbourhood groups in Lakshadweep. This is an on going process to upload NHGs' transaction data into same portal. This activity is started in Kerala also. This training programme is a part of TBSDAS rollout activities by NRLM 2018 March 26-28 Nil As kudumbashree had experience to upload NHGs' transaction data through TBSDAS, have capability to deliver MIS training to other departments like DRDA Transaction details of Lakshadweep NHGs like Kudumbashree NHGs were digitized.

 

 

Present / ongoing
Partnership in MEC Project
Sl No State Details of partnership Period of partnership Budget No of mentors engaged Results so far Remarks 
1 Rajasthan A total of 27 blocks from 3 districts (Bhilwara- 11, Udaipur- 11, Kota- 5)were supported under the MEC project
Expected Outcomes:
- Train 150 MECs to be placed in the pilot districts
- Select and Train 35 MECs to be placed as CREAM MECs
- MECs will be developed into self-reliant enterprise groups who will provide services to micro-enterprises and self-employment ventures in addition to serving as enterprise promoting arm to RGVAP
- 48,000 families who are part of the CBO network in the three districts will be directly benifitted from the MECs' activities conducted by 2020.
September 2015 to August, 2018  Rs. 4,77,29,300  5 Selected and trained 97 MECs

7 MEC groups formed

8400 enterprises supported

MEC Policy implemented
 
 
Partnership in SVEP
Sl No State Details of partnership Period of partnership Budget No of mentors engaged Results so far Remarks 
1 Bihar- Phase I Project has been actively progressing in 6 blocks from 4 districts since 2016.
The target of enterprises to be supported by SVEP set for each block as per DPR is: Barachatti- 1380; Bodhgaya- 2380; Dhanarua- 2122; Jandaha- 1828; Muraul- 5866; Mushahari- 2279
July 2016 to July, 2020 Barachatti- Rs. 485.7 lakhs
Bodhgaya- Rs. 595.9 lakhs
Moraul- Rs. 542.2 lakhs
Mushahari- Rs. 585.1 lakhs
Dhanarua- Rs. 568.9 lakhs
Jandaha- Rs. 538.3 lakhs
6 Number of CRP-Eps selected and trained: 64
Barachatti- 8; Bodhgaya- 12; Dhanarua- 14; Jandaha- 9; Moraul- 11; Mushahari- 10

Number of active CRP-Eps: 64
Barachatti- 8; Bodhgaya- 12; Dhanarua- 14; Jandaha- 9; Moraul- 11; Mushahari- 10

Enterprises Supported: 2,261
 
Bihar- Phase II MoU for 6 new blocks signed in 2018
Target of enterprises to be supported as per DPR per block are: Rajnagar- 1532; Kharik- 1490; Dhobi- 1650; Bochaha- 1637; Bihta- 1754; Sharif- 1555
January, 2018 to January, 2022 Sharif- Rs. 509.9 lakhs
Bihta- Rs. 530.6 lakhs
Bochaha- Rs. 518.5 lakhs
Dobhi- Rs. 519.8 lakhs
Kharik- Rs. 503.2 lakhs
Rajnagar- Rs. 507.5 lakhs
6 Number of CRP-Eps selected- 180

TED1 training for CRP-Eps selected in 6 new blocks completed
 
2 Rajasthan- Phase I Project has been actively progressing in 2 blocks from 2 districts since 2015.
The target of enterprises to be supported by SVEP for each block as per DPR are: Begun- 1731; Kekri- 1874
July 2016 to July, 2020 Begun- Rs. 528.2 lakhs
Kekri- Rs. 543.09 lakhs
2 Number of MECs selected and trained:
Begun- 21; Kekri- 22

Number of active MECs:
Begun- 11; Kekri- 11

Enterprises Supported: 1018
 
Rajasthan- Phase II MoU for 3 new blocks have been signed in 2018         DPR preparation in progress
3 Jharkhand- Phase I Project actively progressing in 5 blocks from 3 districts since 2016.
The target for the enterprises to be supported by SVEP as per DPR per block are: Manoharpur- 1350; Khuntpani- 540; Angara- 1200; Littipara- 1233; Pakuria- 1208
July 2016 to July, 2020 Manoharpur- Rs. 488.6 lakhs
Khuntpani- Rs. 397.5 lakhs
Angara- Rs. 468 lakhs
Littipara- Rs. 473.5 lakhs
Pakuria- Rs. 470.9 lakhs
5 Number of active CRP-EPs:
Manoharpur- 13; Khuntpani- 9; Angara- 12; Littipara- 10; Pakuria- 9

Enterprises supported: 527
 
Jharkhand- Phase II MoU for 4 new blocks signed in 2018
Target of enterprises for 4 blocks to be supported as per DPR per block are: Giridh- 1238; Chattarpur- 1,463; Dumri- 1,486; Satbarwa- 806
January, 2018 to January, 2022 Giridh- Rs. 477.98 lakhs
Chattarpur- Rs. 500.4 lakhs
Dumri- Rs. 502.76 lakhs
Satbarwa- Rs. 432.7 lakhs
4 Number of CRP-Eps selected- 120

TED1 training for CRP-Eps selected in 4 new blocks completed
 
4 Kerala- Phase I Project actively progressing in 2 blocks from 2 districts since 2017.
The target for the enterprises to be supported by SVEP as per DPR per block are: Vadavucode- 2054; Parakkode- 2164
February, 2017 to February, 2021 Vadavucode- Rs. 561.8 lakhs
Parakkode- Rs. 573.2 lakhs
2 Number of CRP-Eps selected and trained: 35
Vadavucode- 19; Parakkode- 16

Number of active CRP-Eps: 28
Vadavucode- 18; Parakkode- 10

Enterprises supported- 944
 
Kerala- Phase II 12 new blocks identified to roll out SVEP in 2018
Target of enterprises for 12 blocks to be supported as per DPR are: Idukki- 1,779; Kodakara- 1,746; Kuthuparamba- 2,204; Nemmara- 1,808; Nilambur- 2,211; Nileshwaram- 1,728; Panamaram- 1,293; Pathanapuram- 2,175; Perambra- 1,470; Thykattussery- 1,561; Vaikom- 1,813; Vamanapuram- 2,028
January, 2018 to January, 2022 Idukki- Rs. 533.2 lakhs
Kodakara- Rs. 529.8 lakhs
Kuthuparamba- Rs. 577.4 lakhs
Nemmara- Rs. 536.2 lakhs
Nilambur- Rs. 578.1 lakhs
Nileshwaram- Rs. 527.9 lakhs
Panamaram- Rs. 482.7 lakhs
Pathanapuram- Rs. 574.4 lakhs
Perambra- Rs. 501.1 lakhs
Thykattussery- Rs. 510.6 lakhs
Vaikom- Rs. 536.7 lakhs
Vamanapuram- Rs. 559.1 lakhs
12 Number of CRP-Eps selected- 265

Training for selected CRP-EP  under progress

BNSEP formation completed in all 12 blocks
 
5 Uttar Pradesh MoU for 1 block (Najibabad) signed
Target of enterprises for the block to be supported as per DPR is: Najibabad- 2,190
February 2018 to February 2022 Rs. 575.94 lakhs 2 CRP-Eps selected- 28

CRP-Eps trained- 28

Number of active CRP-Eps- 28

Training for selected CRP-EP  under progress
 
6 Madhya Pradesh MoU for 5 new blocks signed in December, 2017
Target of enterprises for 5 blocks to be supported as per DPR per block are: Aron- 1,851; Jeerapur- 2,072; Khilchipur- 1,923; Pichhore- 1,659; Rehli- 2,114
February 2018 to February 2022 Aron- Rs. 540.7 lakhs
Jeerapur- Rs. 563.7 lakhs
Khilchipur- Rs. 548.2 lakhs
Pichhore- Rs. 520.7 lakhs
Rehli- Rs. 568.03 lakhs
6 DPR approved for 5 blocks

Number of CRP-Eps selected- 144

CRP-EPs trained: 133
Rehli- 23; Jeerapur- 28; Kilchipur- 30; Aaron- 24; Pichhor- 28

Number of active CRP-Eps: 123
Rehli- 22; Jeerapur- 25; Kilchipur- 28; Aaron- 23; Pichhor- 25

Training for selected CRP-EPs under progress
 
7 Chhattisgarh DPRs approved for 3 blocks
Target of enterprises for 3 blocks to be supported as per DPR per block are: Rajnandgaon- 1,926; Chhura- 1,527; Balrampur- 1,108
May, 2018 to May, 2022 Rajnandgaon- Rs. 548.5 lakhs
Chhura- Rs. 707.02 lakhs
Balrampur- Rs. 463.5 lakhs
4 Number of CRP-Eps selected- 99  
8 Andhra Pradesh DPRs approved for 4 blocks
Target of enterprises for 4 blocks to be supported as per DPR per block are: Narasannapeta- 1,892; Rajam- 1,851; Tanaku- 1,677; Markapur- 2,128
February, 2018 to February, 2022
&
May, 2018 to May, 2022
Narasennapeta- Rs. 544.96 lakhs
Rajan- Rs. 540.7 lakhs
Tanaku- Rs. 522.6 lakhs
Markapur- Rs. 569.5 lakhs
4 CRP-EP selection conducted in 4 blocks

CRP-Eps selected- 92
 
 
Previous / Concluded
Partnership in MEC Project
Sl No State Details of partnership Period of partnership Budget No of mentors engaged Results Remarks 
1 Bihar A total of 40 blocks from 2 districts (Muzaffarpur- 16 Gaya- 24) were supported under the MEC project.
Expected Outcomes:
- Train 200 Micro Enterprise Consultants to be placed in the two pilot districts
- Train 30 selected MECs to be plased as Master MECs
- MECs will be developed into self-reliant enterprise groups who will provide services to micro-enterprises and self-employment ventures in addition to serving as enterprise promoting arm to BRLPS.
- 64,000 families who are part of the CBO network in these 2 districts will benefit from the MECs' activities conducted during the Five Year Plan period.
November 2012 to November, 2016 Rs. 2,95,50,000 6 9 MEC groups formed

1068 enterprises supported
MoU extended for a period of 1 year
2 Jharkhand A total of 42 blocks from 3 districts (West Singhbum- 18, Pakur- 6, Ranchi- 18) were supported under the MEC project.
Expected Outcomes:
- Train 225 Micro Enterprise Consultants to be placed in 3 pilot districts.
- Train 30 MECs to be placed as Master Trainers
- MECs will be developed into self-reliant enterprise groups who will provide services to micro-enterprises and self-employment ventures in addition to serving as enterprise promoting arm to JSLPS.
- 45,000 families who are part of the CBO network in these 3 districts will benefit from the MECs' activities conducted during the Five Year Plan period.
March, 2013 to March, 2018 Rs. 6,01,58,650 5 8 MEC groups formed

1460 enterprises supported
MoU extended for a period of 2 year
3 Maharashtra A total of 25 blocks from 3 districts (Wardha- 8, Osmanabad- 8, Ratnagiri- 9) were supported under the MEC project
Expected Outcomes:
- Train 150 MECs to be placed in the pilot districts
- Train 35 selected MECs to be placed as CREAM MECs
- MECs will be developed into self-reliant enterprise groups who will provide services to micro-enterprises and self-employment ventures in addition to serving as enterprise promoting arm to UMED-MSRLM.
- 48,000 families who are part of the CBO network in these 3 districts will benefit from the MECs' activities by 2018.
August 2014 to August, 2017 Rs. 4,95,41,200 3 8 MEC groups formed

5032 enterprises supported

Master Trainers engaged in other states
 
4 Karnataka A total of 20 blocks from 3 districts (Hassan- 8, Mysore- 7 and Gadagh- 5) were supported under the MEC project.
Expected Outcomes:
- Train 150 MECs to be placed in pilot districts
- Train 35 selected MECs to be placed as CREAM MECs
- MECs will be developed into self-reliant enterprise groups who will provide services to micro-enterprises and self-employment ventures in addition to serving as enterprise promoting arm to KSRLPS.
- 48,000 families who are part of the CBO network in these 3 districts will benefit from the MECs' activities by 2018.
August 2014 to August, 2017   6 9 MEC groups formed- all are registered as Partnership Firms

83 MECs are actively engaged in the field

3441 enterprises supported

All groups have developed business plans
Discussion regarding new MoU in progress
5 Gujarat A total of  blocks from 3 districts (Patan- 7, Amreli- 11, Tapi- 5) were supported under the MEC project.
Expected Outcomes:
- Train 150 MECs to be placed in the pilot blocks
- Select and train 35 MECs to be placed as CREAM MECs
- MECs will be developed into self-reliant enterprise groups who will provide services to micro-enterprises and self-employment ventures in addition to serving as enterprise promoting arm to JSLPS.
- 45,000 families who are part of the CBO network in these 3 districts will benefit from the MECs' activities
January, 2015 to August, 2016 Rs. 4,31,29,400   105 MECs selected and trained

9 MEC groups formed
Project was terminated in betwween due to administrative reason at GLPC

 

 

Areas of convergence in Destitute Free Kerala
Present / ongoing
Sl No Department Details of Convergence programme Period Amount received from Department, if any Result Remarks/ Achievement
1

LSGIs

DFK beneficiary identification; plan preparation and implementation

2018-19

60% of fund for DFK implementation

Plan preparation in progress

Beneficiary identification going on in some LSGIs

2

Department of Health Services

Conducting Health Camps for DFK beneficiaries

2018-19

Nil

Health Camps conducted where beneficiary identification is completed

 

Rural Development

MGNREGP/ Haritha Kerala  Mission

2018-19

Nil

 

Talked with MGNREGS officials regarding the enrollment of DFK beneficiaries in MGNREGS blockwise once the list of identified beneficiaries are finalized by districts

4

Rural Development

IKM – Monitoring of DKF – Possibility

2018-19

Nil

 

Had a first round talk with the officials

5 MGNREGP Social Audit & UNICEF Social Audit of Ashraya 2018-19 Nil   First level discussions going on; Draft guideline prepared.
6 UNICEF Program for DFK – beneficiaries’ kids 2018-19 Nil   UNICEF conducted preliminary study.

7

Rural Development

KILA – for including DFK in training of LSGI officials

2018-19

 

Nil

 

8

Social Justice Department

Shelter Home for the Destitute (Entekoodu)

2018-19

 

Nil

Can be taken up only if the beneficiary is willing

9

Civil Supplies Department

Availing AAY cards and food kits to DFK beneficiaries

2018-19

Nil

Nil

Will be taken up once program implementation starts

 

Areas of convergence in BUDS
Present / ongoing
Sl No Department Details of Convergence programme Period Amount received from Department, if any Result Remarks/ Achievement
1

Education Department

Financial assistance to institutions providing care for intellectually disabled children

2018-19

(Continuing scheme)

72 BUDS schools receiving Grant

Financial support to the Schools for Mentally Challenged

 
 2

Social Justice Department

A model programme for support and rehabilitation of Adults with Disability

2018-19

Nil

   

3

Social Justice Department

Training, Workshop, Research & New Initiatives

2018-19

First Discussion completed 

Training for Parents of BUDS BRC Students

 

4

Social Justice Department

Issuing Disability Certificate-cum-Identity Card to the Disabled Persons

2018-19

Nil

 

 

5

Social Justice Department

Niramaya Health Insurance Scheme. Comprehensive insurance Scheme for Persons with Disabilities

 

 

 

2018-19

Discussed with the concerned agency (SNAC). The application for registration received and sent to all districts

The Mentally challenged persons get Health Insurance of one Lakh / year

State govt. will pay the first premium.

Every year renewal needed.

Policy renewal Rs.250/- for APL & Rs.50/- for BPL

6

Social Justice Department

Assistance to Mentally / Physically Challenged Persons at Home (Ashwasakiran)

2018-19

Nil

This scheme intends to provide a monthly assistance of Rs.600/- to those care givers who are unable to take up employment for self-sustenance.

Nil

7.     

LSGIs

Ownership of BUDS schools and BRCs

 

 

 

 

Areas of convergence in Balasabha

Sl No

Department

Details of Convergence programme

Period

Amount received from Department, if any

Result

Remarks/ Achievement

1

Haritha Kerala Mission

Jagratholsavam Campaign – A campaign to create awareness on the need for regular and consistent preventive measures to keep the outbreaks of monsoon infectious diseases away.

2018 - 2019

Nil

Camps conducted in ward level through balasabha children.

Successfully completed