Child Right and Education

 Nuapada district  is  located  between  20.20 North to 21.50 North  Latitude  and  between  82.20 East to 82.90 East  Longitude. Nuapada block is bordered by Chhatisgarh State on the North and West; Bargarh district on Eastern side and Komna block on South.

 Earlier interventions: -

  • PARDA has participated and even taken lead role during the campaign and advocacy of total literacy Program run by Government and non government agencies since its inception.
  • PARDA had managed 5 Child labor Schools with 50 children each from 2003 to 2006 supported by NCLP to provide quality and vocational education.
  • In a project sponsored by Action Aid; we had formed migration committees in 30 villages in Nuapada Block.
  • We had also prepared an innovative idea of maintaining a ‘Red Register’ to keep record of the migrants’ traffic. This was done with the help of the village level migration committee.
  • We have been continuing the follow up activities since 2005; after the completion of the project period 2003-05.
  • As a follow up we have been maintaining the ‘Red Register’ and providing help for rescuing the vulnerable migrants, highlighting and providing aid to cases of sexual abuse and women trafficking; with the help of media and government agencies.
  • During 2004-05 PARDA intervened to address the migration issue in Nuapada Block of Nuapada district of Orissa. Since then the activity is going on. But, there was not any provision to retain the migrants’ children for continuing their school education in their respective villages.
  • After launching of the program by DPEP/SSA; PARDA Managed 5 Residential care centers retaining 223 children of seasonal migrants in the year 2006-07; 10 Residential care centers retaining 376 children of seasonal migrant parents in 2007-08.
  •  Similarly the RCC program during 2008-09 with support of America India Foundation through a project titled LAMP is given below in the table.


No. of Residential Care centre (RCC)

Total Number of Children, retained (6-14years)


05 Residential Care centre

223(In Residential Care centres)


10 Residential Care centre

376(In Residential Care centres          410 (in Remedial Teaching Centre)


15 Residential Care centre with Remedial teaching to ensure quality education

393(In Residential Care centres &

518 (In Remedial Teaching Centre)

2009-10provided remedial coaching to 50 matriculation girls’ students of the disadvantaged communitiesremedial coaching to 50 matriculation girls’ students
2010-1210 remedial class of teaching for all student for quality education 200 student remedial  reading at village level
2012-162 nos Neinghhood  model care centre for migrant children for quality education and nutrition.40 migrant children reading in NHCC.
2015-1644 nos remedial class in 44 villages for all student as revenue model.840 nos student reading in the remedial class of teaching in 44 nos villages.

Urban Poverty

1. Summary:  Chronologically our project implementation “Redefining Migration” is quite up to the mark but for laggings with respect to a few activities proposed. Speaking about the objectives mentioned in the project proposal our team has achieved almost commendably; setting aside certain aspects where the achievement is pending due to certain unforeseen impediments like General  Elections followed by incessant rain. The team is working efficiently par excellence.

The project has so far been found to have been effective; keeping in mind the response of the people in the target area and the migrants as well. The Id-card, dos and don’ts booklet and Labor diary has brought about encouraging results in settling disputes and sorting out cases of harassment, labor/human rights violation.

 Our counseling canopies in target villages and kiosks are proving quite helpful in registration, finding out left out individuals/families, providing skill training and other migration services to the target people. Our team is displaying models relating to all the proposed trades through a Kiosk in order to find the interest and aptitude of the target people individually. Prospective trainees are being singled out and registered for different trades accordingly.

The skill up gradation trainings proposed are being conducted phase wise. All our proposed 4 skill up gradation trainings on Electrician, Plumbing, Masonry, Tiles fitting; the training on electrician trade have been completed and offer for their employment have been received from employers. Enrolment for all the trades has been done in large numbers, who will be taken up for skill up gradation training in a phase wise manner.  

2. Background of the project

Locale:  This district  is  located  between  20.20 North to 21.50 North  Latitude  and  between  82.20 East to 82.90 East  Longitude. Nuapada and Komna blocks are bordered by Chhattisgarh State from the North, West and South and Balangir district and Khariar block on Eastern side.The Below Poverty Line (BPL) survey report of DRDA reveals that 78.31% rural families are BPL. Presently the district has 35.95 percentages of Scheduled Tribes and 13.09 percentages are Scheduled Caste. The literacy rate of the district is 42.99%; 58.78 percentage for males and 26.01% for females. Statistics of Census 2001 reveal a better than national average in the sex ratio with 1006 females per 1000 males. But this is largely a result of massive male migration as a result of lack of employment opportunities within the area. This data is approximately the same in the case of Nuapada block area.

            The drought and famine tormented agrarian society in our area of intervention needs caring and caressing in all aspects. The target groups are rural poor who are both disadvantaged and deprived in terms of economy, education, health and nutrition.   Above all is the problem of distress migration.

           According to government records, the area has   witnessed intensified drought in each decade from 1945 onwards and semi-famine   like condition prevails every year. Partial draught is experienced almost every alternate year ranging from 20%to 50% crop loss. The rainfall analysis from 1967 to 2002, shows that one cannot always expect a crop from farming.

             There is also inadequacy of drinking water and women have to walk long distances to fetch water for daily use. The water crisis has resulted in shortage of fodder for cattle leading to distress sale of livestock. This at large intensifies migration.

Mode and Motif of migration:

  1. The prospective migrant families are paid a lump sum amount during Nuakhai
  2. The amount paid per family is double or more if they agree to carry children along. A family of three- parents   one child (6to10 years) - makes a unit under the Pathuria system.
  3. In this system, the accompanying child serves as a cheap labor unit by the brick kiln owner. Moreover the child turns out to be a security for his parents lest they should flee before paying back their advance amount by working for the employer.
  4. Smaller children cannot stay back without their parents and slightly elder ones are required to look after the younger ones while the parents are at work.
  5. Partly due to ignorance and partly due to unavailability of facilities and affordability the target group is subjected to both avoidable and other deadly health hazards. Due to lack of education they are in most cases deprived of their social political and legal rights and responsibilities.
  6. Huge distress migration occurs every year from the KBK districts of Orissa to brick kilns of Hyderabad. This is due to insufficient economic activities to sustain families after the summer crop. The numbers are estimated to be around 40000 people in Nuapada block. The migration period is for 8-9 months – it starts post Dusshera and ends with monsoons the next year.
  7. The prospective migrants are paid in advance usually @ Rs 20000-60000/household. The families inclined to move with their children are paid double the amount. All this unwritten agreement takes place during Nuakhai the harvest festival of the locality.
  8. Due to government raids interception of a number of migrating groups and nabbing of the dalals (agents); the advance amount was multiplied almost three times- (Rs 30000-70000), and stealthy migration recurred in large numbers.
  9. The drought and famine stricken small and marginal farmers and the poor daily wages laborers are compelled to adopt distress migration in and outside the state. Their favorite but notorious destinations are brick kilns and the construction sector in Cuttack, Puri, Bhubaneswar, Jagatsinghpur inside Orissa ; Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh, Surat in Gujrat and many places in Uttar Pradesh.


   Basic human needs like, nutrition, health and education, are far from available to the target group, in our area of intervention i.e. the Nuapada Block area. The root cause is the disadvantage of affordability due to the blow of the regular disaster like drought and famine. On the other hand, as it is the tail end of the state bordering Chhatishgarh they are deprived due to government negligence. Above all majority of the people belong to the tribal communities with a weak socio-economic background in order to overcome their disadvantage and deprivation.

(Disadvantage + deprivation) X background

The only resort of the tribes is the forest in terms of their habitat and livelihood. Almost all the tribal families depend upon NTFP forest produces like mahua, chaar, sial leaves, kendu leaves etc. Depletion of forest and overexploitation of forest, its produces and above all, of the tribal people by cunning traders as well as the line department squeezes all resources of their livelihood.

Empowerment and Awareness

Our vision is sustainable development through empowerment. Hence we have constituted 120 female and 100 male Self Help Groups (SHGs) who learn together, work together and grow together. Those SHGs are our means of achieving sustainable development; who provide us a grass root level network for implementation of different programs/projects through capacity building and training.

Women empowerment:      In the previous years our organization concentrated more on empowerment of women as a key to social and economic development. Hence we have constituted 125 SHGs in 30 villages in our area of intervention. PARDA had endeavored to make women self reliant and self sufficient through leadership training, formation of grain banks in  SHGs, involving them in NREGA/OREGA, tailoring training, goat reaing, pisciculture, papad making, dal processing, leaf plates/cups making and many such activities. Our approach is empowerment through training and income generation activitie.

 Through leadership training:-The SHGs are autonomous groups but inherently interlinked to each other as well as a “Mahasangha” and ultimately to PARDA. Each SHG has a leader and all the SHGs converge periodically to develop their leadership qualities. From time to time we conduct leadership training camps with the help of our volunteers and expert resource person.

  Through awareness building / literacy ;-Health, Migration, Disaster mitigation, sanitation, education and literacy programs are held involving SHGs for empowerment of women.                                                                                                 Income generation activities:- (i) Pisciculture: -        We have been providing training & technical support to SHGs willing to carry on the activity. Jaya Durga Mahila Mandal, Boirbhadi, with our support, obtained a loan of Rs. 5000/- from UGB in 2008 and utilized the same for pisciculture. Last year (2008) they have invested ten times i.e. Rs. 50,000/- for pisciculture which means a vertical rise in their capital and obviously a proportionate profit.

(ii) Animal Husbandry:-Brundabati SHG and Naik SHG, Boirbhadi were given support by PARDA to obtain Rs. 3, 00, 000/- and Rs. 2, 50,000.00 respectively through MADA scheme. In 2007 they started with 28 Goats, 27 Goats respectively and are maintaining them successfully. We have aided and supported them to raise their goat population to 70 and 63 respectively as enumerated up to December 2008.

 (iii) Other Income generation activities ;-PARDA has played as a catalyst in formation of a ‘Mahasangha’ of the SHGs “Radhakrishna Nari Sangha” – RKNS to provide linkage loan funding to the SHGs for different income generation activities. RKNS are headed by president, secretary. The provision of funds, materials and equipments is made to SHGs through Radhakrishna Nari Mahasangh. 5 cluster members are engaged to support and supervise all activities.

Through bank linkage loan facility we have provided  Dal making units to 8 SHGs for Rs. 60,000/-, Spice grinding machines to 2 SHGs for a sum of Rs. 1,20,000/- Papad making machines to 8 groups for Rs. 1,20,000/- and leaf cup machines to 6 groups for Rs. 80,000/- each. All these units are running successfully and are growing into profitable units gradually.

5 other SHGs are running a chuda mill, a rice huller and a wheat grinding mill by loan through linkage.

We have also promoted vegetable farming through motivation and every household covered by our 13 SHGs has a kitchen garden.

(iv) Brick Kilns:-Shiva Shakti SHG Sakhatora contributed, to IHL under total sanitation campaign of PARDA through their Brick Kiln. The SHG was supported by PARDA TO obtain loan of Rs. 3, 0,000.00 for Brick Kiln from OSFDC. Making bricks by the group was not only a means of income generation for the group but was also heir passive contribution to another programme IHL/TSC being implemented by PARDA. Our organization bought and utilized the bricks made by them as a part of marketing support.

Men Empowerment: Our activities relating to empowerment have become two fold in the last session.

In addition to the same set of activities, we expanded our focus to a broader perspective during the activity year 2008-09. When PARDA realized that, empowerment of men is also equally important; we formulated 120 Male SHGs as well; to assure them their rights and entitlements.                                                                                                                                       Awareness building:      From time to time the SHG members are made to converge at PARDA conference hall to be trained and appraised of their rights and entitlements. They are also made aware about the procedures to claim and avail their right to work under the NREGA/OREGS scheme.                                                                                                                                        Empowerment through Linkage:      PARDA not only empowers the SHG members, but also it provides practical support to those members by helping them to obtain the form, apply and obtain the job card. As a follow up; our organization provides the linkage between the scheme implementing Government Agency and the beneficiaries.                                                                                                                 Awareness                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Consumer Awareness Programme   The Rural consumers are cheated most of the times in terms of weight, price, quality, etc. This primarily happens due to lack of appropriate information at village level. In order to sensitize the rural consumers on their right, duties, and entitlements, we organize programs at different villages of Komna and Nuapada Block hundreds of SHGs, ASHAs and PARDA staff every year                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Road Safety: Now-a-days the needs of vehicles are inhabitable to man. That is why the use of vehicles is rampantly increasing. But the matter of concern is that the problems like pollution and road accidents are increasing at alarming rate. So awareness among the people who use motors vehicles is highly essential to make them conscious about environmental pollution and safety of one self as well as of others. PARDA shouldered this task and organizes awareness programs on road safety every year. During the first week of January every year; we organize rallies, meetings and painting, drawing, and writing competitions among school children. Our SHGs and MKCs are involved in the meetings and rallies in order to achieve a deeper penetration of the outcomes.                                                                                                                                       Other Activities:In addition to the above we also undertake program on environmental protection, management of Child Labor Special School Program, Computer literacy program. In collaboration we run child labor schools in 5 villages of Nuapada block. We also conduct a computer literacy program especially designed to help those school/college students, who cannot afford the same.

Agriculture Program

 Agricultural Programme in Nuapada Block under the support of Deputy Director of Agriculture, Nuapada, Nuapada district has a geographical area of 340808 ha out of which 189178 ha is cultivable area. Major crops grown in the district are paddy, other cereals, pulses, ground nut, sugarcane, vegetable and spices. Paddy is mainly grow on low land area (100%), medium and high land (40%). The rest 60% of medium and high lands are used for growing other crops i.e. minor millets, pulses, Oil seeds and spices. Cotton is grown in small patch. There are 96068 agricultural families are existing in the district.

Among the total cultivated land the extent of high, medium and low land describe the quality of land available and cropping pattern is best suited to. Most of low land have irrigation potential either through perennial streams or seasonal. In the year 2005-06 the high lands constituted 44.99%, medium land 39.33% and low land 15.73 %. The percentage of change in the cultivated area in Nuapada during 1994 to 2005 is given the table below.

     As per available data more than 80% of the total workforce on date is dependent upon agriculture and allied sectors for their livelihood. Majorities are engaged in agriculture sector as laborers (45%) and only 32% as cultivators having own land. About 12% of the total workforce finds place somewhere other than agriculture and allied sectors which can be taken back if this sector is proved to be capable enough to provide and generate that much man days. 

A comparative statement shows that the paddy and maize crops are performing better than the state average. Groundnut shows a similar performance. These facts tempt to go for in depth research on these areas as far as the varieties and cultivation practices adopted in the crops. Strategic directions are to be provided for expansion of area and sustainability of the performance in the district with respect to paddy, maize and groundnut.

 Area, Production and Productivity of different Paddy crops for the year 2010 to 2012


Name of the block




Area in Ha.

Production in MT

Productivity in Qntl.

Area in Ha.

Production in MT

Productivity in Qntl.

Area in Ha.

Production in MT

Productivity in Qntl.













 The yield from high and medium land is very low due to non-adoption of suitable technology, cropping pattern and continuation with traditional method of cultivation. These lands can be utilized with scientific technology like dry land technology with suitable cropping pattern and soil and moisture conservation.

In the Kharif 2012-13 years, PARDA undertake 300 hector SRI demonstration crops under RKVY. There were three hundred minimum beneficiaries in  Dharambandha  cluster  cultivate total 100 hector SRI 1001 variety crops. Rice Yield crops were season break result of the areas.

  • In 2012-13 kharif, PARDA maintaining and supervision the 500 beneficiaries in SRI at Dharabandha, Mata-nuapada and Khutman bhera conducted   300 hector under RKVY.
  • During the year PARDA supervision the 350 beneficiaries in A3P (Biri) under NFSM like place Kuliabandha and Darlimunda (200 Hectors).
  • In kharif 2013, PARDA tried with 1500 beneficiaries of 950 hector lines transplanting under NFSM in Nuapada block areas.
  • 200 weeders distributed the beneficiaries under SRI demonstration areas like Dharambandha, Mota Nuapada and Khutman Bhera.

Creating Consumer Awareness Program

Creating Consumer Awareness Programme was observed by PARDA in all the five blocks of the district from date-24-12-2014 to date- 30-03-2015 with the support of Civil Supply Office & Consumer Forum, Nuapada. The program was a great success with popular involvement and administrative support drawing unprecedented response from the people involved. The day wise report of the same is as follows:-

National Consumer Day observed on 24/12/2014 at Nuapada by PARDA, Nuapada

National day of Consumer right  observe through the Rally at the district level was flagged off by Mr.Lal Mohan Patra, Honorable Additional  District Magistrate-Cum- District Consumer Protection Office , Nuapada. The Rally involving Students of SSVM Nuapada; Govt Girls’ High School, Nuapada; Scouts Troup of National H/S Nuapada and PARDA volunteers went around the length and breadth of the town. They shouted impressive slogans on consumer holding placards and distributing leaflets. After rally a mass meeting was held at Panchayat Samiti Bhawan, Nuapada. The members of the Merchant Association, Bar Association, general public, Self- help- groups, Students , teachers  in general were invited to the awareness meeting.

Mr. Rudra Charan Pattnaik introduced the guests of the meeting. Mr.Lal Mohan Patra, Honorable Additional  District Magistrate-Cum- District Consumer Protection Office , Nuapada graced the meeting as the chief guest.  Mr. Murli Panda, Sr.Advocate and Prem Kumar Azad, Sr. Advocate Nuapada adorned the dais as guests of honour. Mr. Ram Ch Gamango, CSO, Nuapada presided over the meeting and Mr. Ashutosh Das, Adviser, PARDA,Nuapada delivered his valuable speech as the chief speaker. At last the closing ceremony was held and Mr. Bedram Sahu, PARDA, Nuapada extended the vote of thanks.

Competition among the Student on Essay/Debate/Drawing at Nuapada panchayat Samiti (Training Hall), Nuapada on 27/08/2014

The Competition among the Student  on Essay/Debate/Drawing on consumer right held on 27/08/2014 . Mr.Lal Mohan Patra, Honorable Additional  District Magistrate-Cum- District Consumer Protection Office , Nuapada graced the meeting as the chief guest. Honorable member of consumer forum, Nuapada Smt. Tapaswani Panda inaugurated the The Competition among the Student  on Essay/Debate/Drawing on consumer rights. Mr. Prabodha Hota and G BHabatosh Dash conducted the competition. There are eight participants present from high school  and college  level under the district.

Crating consumer awareness programme (23/2/2015)

  • Wall writing in 109 Grampanchayats and five blocks on the six consumer rights including rights based having phoned & address of District Consumer Protect Officer, Nuapada and National help line No. 1800-11-4000. Wall painting on consumer dedicatedly prepared by Mr. Sukhi Tandi and Mr. Brijlal Tandi with supervision of Rudra Charan Pattnaik, chairman PARDA, Nuapada.
  • Observation of World Consumer Rights Day in five blocks under Nuapada district on 15th March, 2014 to 31-03-2014 meeting in different places like Biromal, Boirbhadi, Sarabong, Saipala, Nuapada, Kurumpuri, Tarbord, Lakhna, Bhudhikomna, Pendraban, Sanmaheswar, Dohelpada, Duajhar, Palsada, Damjhar, Krangamal, Rokal, Litisargi, Boden, Gandabahali, Sighjhar, Hatibandha, Nilji, Timanpur, Sinapali of the district from date 16/03/2014 to 30/03/2014.above these programme conducted by Mr. Bedram Sahu,TOTconsumer and staff.
  • Posters/leaflets on consumer rights slogans and awareness related publicities materials were displayed by the PARDA volunteers on 04/03/2014to 08/03/2014 at conspicuous places  Nuapada, Khariar Road, Sinapali, Boden, Komna and Khariar; important places by Nuapada. This district wide activity was carried out by Loknath Majhi, Bedram Sahu and Bharsing Majhi.
  • Kunal Behera  & group marched with street play like pala on consumer right in local language in main crowd places of Nuapada district like Komna, Udyanbandha, Khariar, Duajhar, Gandhabahali, Sinapali, Nilji, Boden and Nuapada. On date 15/03/2014 to 20/03/2014 tens nos steet play (Pala) end with very effectively received by the people.
  • The consumer rights Rally on 24/12/2012 at the district level was flagged off by Lala Mohan Patra Addl. District Magistrate-Cum-DCPO Nuapada. The Rally involving Students of SSVM Nuapada; Govt Girls’ High School, Nuapada; Scouts Troup of National H/S Nuapada and PARDA volunteers went around the length and breadth of the town. They shouted impressive slogans on consumer holding placards and distributing leaflets.
  • District wide campaign team in the vehicle reached Sinapali and organized a campaign rally at the block headquarters. The students of Sinapali High School, other primary and secondary schools participated in the rally which was flagged off by Mr. Khetrabasi Meher, the High School Headmaster. The rally went across the whole village with slogans, placards and distributing leaflets.
  • PARDA campaign team reached Boden and brought out a rally of School students of TRW High School. The rally at Komna was flagged off by Mr. Das Head Master. The rally displayed placards, shouted slogans and distributed leaflets on consumer.
  • Simultaneously the district wide campaign team in the vehicle reached Khariar and organized a rally taking the students of Raja AT High School. It was an impressive rally across the length and breadth of the town shouting slogans, holding placards and distributing leaflets. The rally was flagged off by Mr. Askhya Rath, assistant Head master, Khariar NAC from the High School campus.
  • Organizing quiz/ drawing/ essay competitions among students of primary to college level across the district On the 27/8/2013 Speech, Writing and Drawing competitions among School/College students were held in two groups; junior and senior, at meeting hall, National H/S Nuapada. Mr.LM patra; honourable ADM was the chief guest and also a member of the jury. Mr. Rudra Charan Pattnaik Chairman, PARDA,; Mr. Lal Ashutosh Das, English lecture Komna College; Mr. Parmanand Hans, Consumer Forum, Nuapada and Mr.Chintamani Panigrahi, Asst. Teacher were the members of the jury. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd among the participants in each competition as per the judgement f the jury were declared to be awarded in the closing ceremony.

World Consumer right  fortnight from 15/03/2015to 30/03/2015

     The Rural consumers are cheated most of the times by means of weight, price, quality, etc. This primarily happens due to lack of appropriate information at village level. In order to sensitize the rural consumer on their right and duties, awareness programme was organized at Nuapada during period 15-03-2015 to 30-03-2015.                                       PARDA, Nuapada organized the World Consumer right Day under Creating Consumer Awareness Programme with the help District Administration and A.C.S.O, Nuapada total awareness campaign in the district. First inauguration ceremony of Programme held on 15/03/2015 at Panchayat Samiti Bhawan, Nuapada. In this occasion DCPO/ADM Mr. Lal Mohan Patra , ACSO, Mr.Majhi Smt.Tapaswani Panda, Hon’ble member CDRF, Nuapada, Mr. Setram Dewangan,BAR, Nuapada, Mr.Aswani Patra Advocate, Nuapada, and Mr. Parmananda Hans, Consumer Forum attended the general workshop with the presence of Rudra Pattnaik Chairman PARDA, Nuapada and thousand of SHGs/CBO/Consumers.      It was attended DCPO/ADM Mr. Lal Mohan Patra flagged by A KHAUTI SURAKSHYA SOBHAYATRA was organized with hundred of SHGs and CBO with the leadership of Mr.  Bedram Sahu, PARDA, Nuapada in district headquarters on dated 30.03.2014. A street play organized in Ekta Chouk by Kunal Group on this occasion.  PARDA is actively working directly campaign and Programme throughout the five blocks like Sinapali, Boden, Khariar, Komna and Nuapada with the active volunteers in Nuapada district.

Migration and Bonded Labour Initiative(MBLi)


Indicator of Change/Key activities

Verifiable indicators/information requires on

Reduction of vulnerabilities of distress migration and Debt Bondage

Identification of potential migrant families & database

No of migrant families and people identified

No. of village migration register updated & compiled till date

Interaction with Other stake holders, PRI

Self of work-village plan on MGNREGA

Advocacy for employment during lean period

Concurrent Social audit

Formation of Labour group,

Demand generation

Linkage with MGNREGA work

Addressing issue of delay payment

Convergence Activities

Linkage with social security schemes

Strengthening pallisabha and Gram sabha


No. village meeting organised

No. of PRI members interacted

No. of other CSOs/CBOs interacted

No. of village plan on MGNREGA prepared focusing Migrant families

No. of migrant families covered under plan

No. of job demand created

No. of job slip accessed

No. of village level govt. social audit organised

No. of labour group formed

No. of members included in Labor Group

No. of Labour group active in their advocacy action

No. of issues raised by Labour group at GP/Block level

No. of work initiated in the village under MGNREGA.

No. of new job card/bank account opened

No. of persons linked with Job

No. of persons received wage in time

No. of card holders having problem of delay payment

No. of convergence activities under taken(forest/agriculture/horticulture/ fishery/watershed/ORLM/

No. migrant families included in pallisabha & Gram sabha

No. of families linked with social security schemes at Pallisabha

No. palli sabha resolution collected and available with community

Promoting Safe Migration


Awareness to migrant families on their rights

Issues of ID card

Updating Migration register

Sensitizing Panchayat for registration and action for safe migration

Sensitising local authorities on issue of migration

No. of sensitization meeting organised on rights of migrant labourers

No. of migrant people got sensitised on their rights

No. of Migrant registered their names in register

No. of ID card issued to migrant people,

No. of ID card approved by Gram Panchayat authorities

No. of official sensitised and active in enforcement of interstate works man act

No. of migrant issues addressed by local administration

No. of Middlemen registered their name with Labor dept.

No. of families migrated through registered middlemen

No. of families migrated with higher rate of wage than earlier

Social security for left behind & strengtnaning RCC

Data base of left behind

Follow up linkage to left behind with social security scheme

Data base of children of migrating families

 Generating community demand for RCC

No. of left behind identified within  migrant families

No. of eligible left behind linked with social security benefits

No. of children among migrating families identified

No. of migrating children re-integrated with formal schools

No. of village level resolution prepared demanding RCC

No. of Pallisabha resolution demanding RCC

No. of new RCC opened in the area

Block level


linkage  with social security schemes to released bonded labourers

Grievances on issues of MGNREGA

No. of ID card distributed to migrating families through Panchayats

No. of meeting held with GP functionaries and migrant labourers

No. of meeting held with block administration-

No. of issues relating of linkage with social security schemes to BL addressed-



No. of issue resolved

GP level coordination 

For effective linkage to bonded labourers with dev. programs

Regularisation & grievance redressal of MGNRAGA

No. of MGNREGA issue addressed at Block level(delay payment/measurement/job sleep)

No.  of issues on MGNREGA resolved

No. of grievances attended by Labour Group-

Facilitating Govt. Rehabilitation of reieased Bonded Labour


Planning &

Linkage with social security scheme

Promoting sustainable livelihood of released bonded labourer families

Inclusion of children with formal school and ICDS program

Advocacy for release of rehab assistance and implementation of BL Act.

Sensitization & capacity building of other stakeholders and local administration on rehabilitation of BL


No. of released Bonded in the area

No. of families covered with socio economic assessment

No. of livelihood plan prepared for BL families

No. of plan submitted for release of rehabilitation assistance

No. of family plan ratified by Pallisabha/gram sabha.

No. of eligible families linked / regularised with PDS

No. of families linked with wage work under MGNREGA

No. of BL families completed 100 days of work

No. of families linked with house under IAY/Mokudia

No. of family linked with home stead land

No. of eligible BL families linked with agriculture land

No. of released bonded labour families undertaking agricultural activities

No. of children eligible for school integration

No. of children integrated with local schools

No. of children eligible for ICDS cervices

No. of children of BL families regularised/linked  with ICDS cervices

No. of Govt. officials oriented/capacitated on rehabilitation of Bonded laborers

No. of Sensitization/convergence meeting organised by administration itself for rehabilitation of BL