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Comments and Suggestions requested on Draft Framework for Implementation of Mission Antyodaya
‘Mission Antyodaya’ seeks to converge government interventions with Gram Panchayats as the basic unit for planning by following a saturation approach by pooling resources – ...
‘Mission Antyodaya’ seeks to converge government interventions with Gram Panchayats as the basic unit for planning by following a saturation approach by pooling resources – human and financial – to ensure sustainable livelihoods. It is a State -led initiative for rural transformation to make a real difference based on measurable outcomes to the lives of 1,00,00,000 households in 5,000 rural clusters or 50,000 Gram Panchayats in 1,000 days.
‘Mission Antyodaya’ Framework for Implementation is based on convergence, accountability and measureable outcomes to ensure that resources are effectively managed in providing sustainable livelihoods for every deprived household based upon SECC, 2011.
The states have selected Gram Panchayats/Clusters under ‘Mission Antyodaya’ which were covered under schemes such as ODF, DAY NRLM, Mission Water Conservation, SAGY/Rurban Cluster, Award Winning GPs, crime/dispute free GPs or specific purpose GPs. Most of these GPs are also in the backward districts of the country.
‘Mission Antyodaya’ is expected to unleash the latent potential of participating GPs through convergence and concerted actions of all the stakeholders and propel these GPs in a virtuous cycle of development.
Ministry of Rural Development invites your suggestions for the Draft Framework for Implementation of Mission Antyodaya.
The detailed Draft Framework for Implementation of Mission Antyodaya can be viewed here.
Last date of submission is 3rd November, 2017, midnight.