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" National Growth Through Rural Development "

Our Intervention Plan

1. Alcoholism, domestic Violence and broken families:

Our intervention Plan:
  • De-addiction program for fathers has been divided in to 5 phases
  • Awareness and selection process.
  • Residential de-addiction camp,
  • Follow-up Meets,
  • Rehabilitation and
  • This program is intended to make the life of children more peaceful and enjoy their childhood to the optimum.

2. Poverty: Unemployment & Failure of Agriculture (No alternative livelihood)

Our Alternative livelihood
  • Dr. S.V.K. has intervention for the community for the poverty reduction by Alternative livelihood program in this Villages. Some of our intervention like Animal Husbandry sector, skill training, poultry farming, and other vocational training also plays an important role in the strengthening the economy. Alternative livelihood program is providing employment opportunities to unemployed and underemployed rural poor.
Description of the activities:
  • 1. Livestock (Goatery / Cow Rearing / Poultry farming )
  • Livestock can provide a steady stream of food and income, help to raise whole farm productivity and, for millions of landless people, is the only livelihood option available, allowing the exploitation of common-property resources for private gain. Livestock production creates employment opportunities beyond the immediate household.
  • Activities
  • Purchase of fine breed livestock
  • Training and helping parents to develop livestock through systematic care
  • Marketing meat, milk and dairy products
  • Improve sales network of meat, milk and dairy products
  • 2. Employability Skill Development
  • Employability Skills are skills that apply across a variety of jobs and life contexts. They are, in the given context of Kakinada and Bangalore clusters, to be considered as key competency skills for parents to augment their family income in order to sustain their livelihoods even during lean season of agricultural operations. The beneficiaries have chosen ‘light motor vehicle driving license’ and ‘job oriented computer course’ as the relevant and appropriate employability skill to supplement their family income.
  • Activities
  • LMV Driving Training
  • LMV training as their livelihood option, as Bangalore city has a lot of scope for regular job placement. They would undergo the training and get a ‘Light Motor Vehicle’ driving license which will be their livelihood asset and they have the assurance of earning not less than Rs.6000/- as they are employed as drivers in the travel agencies.
  • Job oriented computer course
  • 2 persons with basic education have chosen this as their option to learn “Desk Top Publication” and “Computer Applications” which would fetch them a good opportunity for either employment or self-employed.
  • 3. Micro enterprises
  • To provide good vocational training to the chosen parents in the fields of their choice and to make them good skilled workmen/women which will fetch them a good job providing employment to support themselves and to improve their skills and to become successful and economically self-reliant. The trade to be established include, Tailoring / Dress making unit, Vegetable / Fruit vending unit, Mobile Iron (Clothe Pressing) shop, Footwear / Utensil selling shop, Petty shop/ Fast-food vending unit, Door-to-Door Garments selling, Cyber Café, Candle making unit and PA System / Electrical goods sales.
  • Activities
  • Orientation on business planning process
  • Purchase of raw materials
  • Establishment of the unit/s
  • Production / manufacturing process
  • Marketing and supply chain
  • Coping mechanism and sustainability plan
SI.No Type Of IGA
1 Sheep Rearing
2 Cow rearing
3 Buffalo Rearing
4 Poultry farming
4 Agriculture farming
6 Tailoring Unit
7 Job Oriented Computer Education
8 Mobile Iron Shop (Clothe Pressing)
9 Petty Shop
10 Vegetable / Fruit Vending
11 Driving Training (Light Motor Vehicles – LMV license)
12 Footwear shop
13 Garments Selling (Saree, nighties etc.)
14 Candle Manufacturing Unit
15 PA System (Sound Service)
16 Utensil store – steel vessels
17 Fast-food (push-cart) center
18 Small Businesses (Kiosks, Vegetable Vending and Palm Leaf)

3. Sanitation, water borne diseases and Personal Hygiene:

  • Our intervention Plan:
    • Increased promotion and education on the importance of good hygiene and sanitation.
    • The development of standardized hygiene and sanitation practices.
    • The development of standardized protocols for the management of diarrhoea.
    • Increased education on the prevention of malaria.
    • Provide Safe and Clean Water at the community
    • Startup of Community bore well
    • Water Storage facility
    • Install RO or awareness on drinking boiled water
    • Reduction of water borne diseases through various interventions
    • Awareness
    • Involving Community by removing stagnating water
    • Distribution of ORS and Management of ORS
    • Train and equip on first aid

    4. Oral Hygiene, Dental and Eye related health problem

    Fluoride contamination status of groundwater
    • Our intervention Plan:
    • Awareness in the Community
    • Dental checkup
    • Follow-up treatment
    • Promotion of dental hygiene and good health practices
    • Using community members as resource person to follow-up promotional programs in the community
    Eye related problems among children
    • Our intervention Plan:
    • Awareness in the Community
    • Eye checkup
    • Follow-up treatment
    • Promotion of good health practices
    • Using community members as resource person to follow-up promotional health programs in the community

    5. Malnutrition

    • Our intervention Plan:
    • Awareness in the Community
    • BMI assessment
    • De-warming
    • Therapeutic feed, Iron and Folic acid tablets distribution
    • Follow-up treatment
    • Promotion of good health practices
    • Assessment and monitoring