Social Inclusion & Development

Social Inclusion & Development

In order to ensure that no poor family is left out, NRLM would use differential strategies for social inclusion of all identified rural poor households into functionally effective and self-managed institutions, with particular focus on more vulnerable sections like Scheduled Castes (SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs), Primitive Tribal Groups (PTGs), single women and women headed households, Persons With Disabilities (PWDs), landless, migrant labour, isolated communities and communities living in remote, hilly and disturbed areas. It would identify the poorest and vulnerable through participatory identification of poor (PIP). The mobilization would begin with them first. The mobilization effort would progress with the satisfactory community readiness and milestones for various stages of mobilization and graduation as evolved and tested in a participatory manner. Existing institutions, their leaders, staff and community resource persons (CRPs) would support the processes of inclusion and mobilization.

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