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Sensitive Support Structures

Sensitive Support Structures

NRLM’s process-intensive effort requires dedicated human resources. Realizing this, NRLM has set up sensitive and dedicated support structures at the National (NMMU), State (SMMU), district (DMMU) and sub-district levels (BMMU/PFT). The institutions of the poor, their staff and other social capital also provide the support in implementing the programme. These structures would have suitable linkages with Government(s), District Rural Development Agencies (DRDAs), and PRIs. These support structures are staffed with professionally competent and dedicated human resources through appropriate arrangements including partnerships and outsourcing of services.

In order to implement the NRLM effectively, National Rural Livelihoods Promotion Society (NRLPS) has been set up under the Societies’ Registration Act of 1860, under MoRD, as the technical arm of the Mission. The NMMU has been made an integral part of NRLPS.

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