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JEEViKA

Bihar Rural Livelihoods Project

What is NGO ?
PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS THAT PURSUE ACTIVITIES TO RELIEVE SUFFERING, PROMOTE THE INTEREST OF POOR, PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT, PROVIDE BASIC SOCIAL SERVICES, OR UNDERTAKE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Characteristic Of NGOS
NON- PROFITNESS VOLUNTARY. WORKING FOR PEOPLE. TARGETING CERTAIN SEGMENT OF SOCIETY. SELF GOVERNANCE. DEFINITE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES.

NGO- Area Of Action

Objectives
The project objective is to enhance social and economic empowerment of the rural poor in Bihar through:
Building self managed community institutions of the rural poor Enhancing income of the poor through sustainable livelihoods Increasing access to social protection including food security through a greater voice

Project Details
NameoftheProject Implementing Agency ProjectDuration JEEViKA Bihar Rural Livelihoods Promotion Society 5Years(MainProject

ProjectPreparation Year Collaborators

Initiated from 2October 2007) Piloting for One Year from 2006-2007 Government of Bihar and WorldBank

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JEEViKAs Outreach
5.9 Lakh Poor Families 4000 Villages
6 Districts - 42 Blocks Phase I 18 Blocks Phase II 24 Blocks

Geographical Spread

Financial Outlay
NameoftheProject JEEViKA

Total Estimated Project Cost 73 Million USD World Bank Financing Govt. Of Bihar Contribution Community Contribution 63 Million USD 07 Million USD 03 Million USD

Strategy and Flow

Framework for project intervention


Social mobilization 1.permoting growth through participatory target 2. Building social and economic capital through institution Role 1.Capacity building 2.Facilitation link to commercial banks 3.Fostering partnership with Public, Private, Ngo sector. 4.Creating a favorable climate for poor 5.Permotion of innovation in rural livelihood Investment in self sustaining institution & federations of the poor Livelihood enhancement 1.Skill building 2.Food security 3.Productivity extension service 4.Acess to financial service 5.Reduction in cost for accessing the service like health and insurance

Accountability 1.Enhancing access to information 2.Making public and private service more accountable to poor.

Key Features of JEEViKA


High Investment in Institution Livelihood "means of securing the necessities of life and Microfinance Technical Support Self Exclusion Targeting Model Building Social Capital Community Cadre Working on both - Demand & Supply Dedicated support structure Investment in capacity building & performance monitoring Convergence with Line Departments, Business relationship with Bankers & Partnership with service provider agencies. Exclusive system development & its continuous updation

Implementation Arrangements

SOCIAL MAPPING

SHG MEETING IN PROGRESS

TRAINING FOR INSTITUTIONAL BUILDING

Capacity Building Key to Institution Building

Nurturing Institution Building

SRI(system of rice intensification) Technique for Increased Yield

Meeting in Progress

Creating Awareness Community Mobilisation

VIDEO WORK DONE BY JEEVIKA IN THE FIELD OF AGRICULTURE

THE JOURNEY OF A

THOUSAND MILES STARTS

WITH A SINGLE STEP

William Daniels for Handicap International

THANK YOU
3/24/2012

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