Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Stakeholders training on VPRP in Kohima

A three-day Training of Trainers (ToT) on Village Poverty Reduction Plan (VPRP) organised by Nagaland State Rural Livelihoods Mission (NSRLM) commenced on August 10 in Kohima.
In a press release, NSRLM informed that VPRP was a comprehensive demand plan prepared by Self Help Group (SHG) networks and their federations for projecting their demands and local area development which would be integrated with the Gram Panchayat Development Plan (GPDP).
Joining the inaugural session online, MoRD joint secretary, Nita Kejrewal highlighted the importance of understanding concepts, components and processes of VPRP and understanding roles of stakeholders.
In her address, joint secretary and mission director, NSRLM, Imtimenla said the demands and plans in VPRP could benefit households and community as it covered entitlement demands, livelihoods demand and public goods and services.
The participants are representatives from Directorate of Rural Development, State Institute for Rural Development and assistant district program managers, district functional specialists (livelihoods), thematic managers from NSRLM and resource persons are from Kudumbashree National Resource Organization and TRIF Delhi.