Uttarakhand Gramya Vikas Samiti


enable rural households to take up sustainable livelihood opportunities integrated with the wider economy

Component E :

Project Management

  • Quarterly project progress is reviewed at state, district, block & village level. In the reporting period 9155 VLCC, 175 BLCMC, 63 DLCMC, 25 MCM and 15 SCM were organised.

  • Emphasis on Knowledge Management for development action was a thrust area of project and a series of experience sharing workshops with federations, SHGs and PRI representatives was held.

  • Quarterly newsletter 'Aajeevika Today' at state level and 'Aajeevika Khabarbat' & 'Aajeevika Raibar' at district level continued to be brought out by the project and distributed to key stakeholders including community members.

  • The project participated as part of the Seventh Joint Review Mission exercise organized during June 2011. Recommendations of the Joint Review Mission have been followed and accordingly the implementation plans of the project have been operationalised.

  • Convergence with line departments, NGOs and other institutions for technical & social interventions was worth Rs. 37.77 mn.

  • Forthcoming Integrated Livelihoods Support Project (ILSP) related appraisal was done by scoping mission and report submitted to IFAD. Tripartite Project Loan Agreement got signed on 1st February 2012 at New Delhi. The overall objective of ILSP is to reduce poverty in hill districts of Uttarakhand.