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  project name ~ NREGA_Visakha Phase II

category ~ Good Governance




  Project Name


NREGA_Visakha Phase II



Rural Development Service Society



Good Governance






Andhra Pradesh

  Budget Approved


Rs 375000


  Year Approved







  Chapter Coordinators


Arun Gopalan


College Park









Phase II of project id 511

This project is aimed at facilitating NREGA implementation in Visakha and Srikakulam districts of AP. The NREG Act guarantees 100 day minimum work in one year for every family who registers in this program. The men and women will get equal wages. The work will be give within 15 days of demand, if not they will get un-employment allowance. The persons who are getting employment will get at least the minimum wages under Minimum wages act of 1948. This particular project will ensure that there is demand for work by getting local people - to apply proper application for job cards, to participate in identifying work, getting unemployment allowance and other special benefits such as disabled and pregnant women





These are detailed in the reports attached





This proposed program has following main objectives to intervention in implementation of NREGP. A. A public awareness program on critical issues in the NREGP through street theater and documentary films. B. Direct intervention in selected villages through youth volunteers. In addition to the objecttives above, following specific activities are being planned for this phase,based on experiences of the first phase - Leaving urbanized mandals ex: Anakapalli, Kasimkota - Take up one panchayat as one single unit. - From the experiences of Srikakulam district ,during agriculture season, take up o Kitchen garden for poor families o Supervision of Angan wadi centers - Conducting workshops for volunteers to improve skills and understandingability - Labor committees are formed in villages - Identifying people having leadership qualities in those groups and getting work done from them. - Collecting Rs.1 per month for every year (Rs.12 for an year) and using it for labor committee leaders travel expenses. - Expanding volunteers their activities from 3 to 4 villages.



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