NIRDPR identifies impeding gaps in effective functioning of 130 SHGs in Karnataka

HYDERABAD: Self-help teams (SGHs) in Kamalapur village in Karnataka lack get admission to to information, finances, transparency in the implementation of MGNREGA scheme, adequate awareness on marketplace linkages and product registration and advertising, seen a team visited from the National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj (NIRDPR), Hyderabad.

The team of NIRDPR along side overseas officers from Ghana, Myanmar and Sudan enrolled in the Centre for Post Graduate Studies and Distance Education of NIRDPR visited the Kamalapur village with where with regards to 130 SHGs are all for a number of actions reminiscent of promoting end result, bangles and groceries, roti and pickle making and lamination amongst others.

According to a press liberate issued by way of the NIRDPR, the visit was once made so as to ascertain the marketability of goods produced by way of SHG teams and lend a hand them in improving the marketplace chain. During the visit, the team of experts seen a number of gaps impeding efficient functioning of SHG.

"The ministry of Panchayati Raj has been stressing on the collaboration and convergence of functional relations between the Panchayati Raj Institutions and SHGs to bring about development. This is possible only when both field organisations share mutual trust and understanding," stated Akanksha Shukla, affiliate professor and head, Centre for Development Documentation and Communication, NIRDPR.

The NIRDPR beneficial filing of RTIs to make sure transparency, geotagging of MGNREGA assets, watershed control and capacity-building and training of SHGs. "It was learnt that Mysore Resettlement and Development Agency facilitates 50 CMRCs in Karnataka alone and therefore advised that the managers of the 50 CMRCs be deputed for training to NIRDPR's Rural Technology Park (RTP), who will in the future, play a key role in strengthening the functioning, efficacy and impact of SHGs," read the click liberate.

In addition, the team recommended that the SHG members may visit the RTP to be equipped with the training and data that can empower them to establish and grow successful businesses and demand resources and data from rural construction functionaries.
NIRDPR identifies impeding gaps in effective functioning of 130 SHGs in Karnataka NIRDPR identifies impeding gaps in effective functioning of 130 SHGs in Karnataka Reviewed by Kailash on June 14, 2019 Rating: 5
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