NRLM and NERLP hold joint coordination meeting

NRLM and NERLP hold joint coordination meeting
The coordination meeting between NRLM and NERLP officials in progress.
DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 7/26/2018 11:57:29 PM IST

 A joint coordination meeting between the Nagaland State Rural Livelihoods Mission (NSRLM) under DAY-NRLM, MoRD and the North East Rural Livelihoods Project (NERLP) under DoNER was conducted from July 24 at RD conference hall, Kohima. A press release from the organizations said that the meeting coincided with a three day state level review and planning workshop on Institution Building-Capacity Building (IBCB) and Social Inclusion-Social Development (SISD).

Presentations were made by district project managers of Peren and Tuensang, the districts under NERLP, where the project objectives, structure, strategies, impacts and achievements were highlighted. Subsequently, a coordination meeting was also held with officials from NSRLM and NERLP to address the eventual phase-over to NRLM after NERLP concludes in March, 2019. 
The need for cross-learning and knowledge sharing and a sound exit strategy to be compiled as a joint effort were discussed during the meeting. HR policies, institution structures, capacity building mechanisms and livelihood intervention strategies were some of the points that were observed as to be taken into consideration for the phasing over. 
Meanwhile, managerial staff from Mission Management Units of DAY-NRLM districts and blocks attended the workshop facilitated by the State Mission Management Unit officials and National Resource Persons, MoRD.
In his keynote address, additional mission director, NSRLM, Kevipodi Sophie appreciated the quantum leap in the expansion of the program. 
He stated that community members were at the heart of NRLM and therefore, more concerted efforts were needed towards attaining sustainability of community institutions. 
The objective of the workshop was discussed by M. Rollan Lotha, Chief Operating Officer (COO), NSRLM who also highlighted the need to intensify focus on integration of all verticals. 
To ensure optimal achievements, he facilitated the staff in breaking down the annual action plan into a realistic monthly action plan.
A parallel consultative meeting with the Kiphire District team was also convened by the COO to deliberate prioritisation of program intervention for Kiphire (Aspirational District). 
Sessions taken up by resource person for gender, Aasha Ramesh, included integration of gender and a brief introduction to Sexual Harassment at Workplace Act. Open discussions on progress, process and norms, gaps on IBCB as per observations was facilitated by National Resource Person, Shivaji Choudhury. Discussions on IBCB, SISD and gender were facilitated by Imonenla Imkong Phom, SPM and Khriezovonuo Lhoungu, SPM, NSRLM. 

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