SRINAGAR, September 08 – Mission Director Jammu and Kashmir Rural Livelihoods Mission (JKRLM) (Umed) convened a meeting with officials.
The meeting was attended by Kashmir’s additional mission director, Riz Ahmed Bay. Assistance to District Program Administrators (DPMS), Program Administrators (BPMs), District Baramula, and other mission officials.
Speaking at the meeting, Dr. Serish called on the SHGs to facilitate their relationship with the bank branches to ensure timely delivery of loans to the SHGs. BMM has been instructed to strengthen community resource mechanization committees (CRMs) in each area. He said the CBRM committees will further facilitate the identification of loan requirements, credit bonds and repayments.
She identified the areas where infrastructure and market support would be improved and impressed BMMs to identify the most acceptable lifestyles in the district.
The MDF emphasized on the BPM to complete the Adahar sowing process during the social mobilization process and to register all district eligible SHGs, including PMSBY, PMJJBY, Ayushman Bharat.
Dr. Serish instructed the authorities to create awareness among the SHGs in the woreda about the PMFME program and to organize special campaigns to make information about the program available to all members. He also thanked the authorities for encouraging SHGs to have enterprises in food processing to improve their living conditions under FFME as it is rich in fruits and vegetables.
He said SHG members must register under the Artist Credit Card Program in order to provide loan facilities to SHGs registered with the Woreda Crafts Department.
In September, Dr. Serish will be celebrating POSHAN MAH with a focused and integrated approach to improving universal nutrition. He urged BMMS to hold group meetings with SHGs to raise awareness about breastfeeding, supplementation, anemia, pozvatika issues, and awareness about COVID 19 and the vaccine.
Announcing the progress of the blocks in the district, the officials said that 4,4341 rural women have been allocated Shs.
The chair was also given additional information in the woreda to strengthen the relationship between the banks and SHG members’ financial awareness camps / workshops.
In addition, SHGs are linked to banks with loans up to 141.97 million rubles. SHG members have invested in a variety of livelihoods such as mushroom farming, animal husbandry, handicrafts, and horticulture. In addition, it is given that different lifestyles have been successfully launched in collaboration with other online departments.