National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) was launched by the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), Government of India in June 2011. Aided in part through investment support by the World Bank, the Mission aims at creating.....

Social mobilization & Institution building

Social mobilization is the cornerstone of participatory approaches in rural development and poverty alleviation programmes. Effective Social mobilization strengthens participation of rural poor in local decision-making, improves their access to social and production services and efficiency in the use of locally available financial resources, and enhances opportunities for asset-building by the poorest of the poor.

Training & Capacity Building

Training & Capacity Building of the poor ensures that they are provided with the requisite skills for managing their institutions, managing their livelihoods, for enhancing their credit absorption capacity and credit worthiness. A multi-pronged approach for training and continous capacity building of the targeted families, SHGs, their federations, governemn functionaries, bankers and other key stakeholders is envisaged. Particular focus is given to develop and engage community professionals, community resource persons for capacity buillding.

Financial Inclusion

  • Provision of basic banking services
  • SHG Credit Linkage with Banks
  • Provision of Interest subvention
  • Revolving Fund support to eligible SHGs
  • Preparation of Micro Credit/Investment Plans