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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Annual Work Plan & Budget 2007-08 Mid Day Meal Scheme: Annual Work Plan & Budget 2007-08 Mid Day Meal Scheme Government of Madhya Pradesh Panchayat & Rural Development DepttDemographic Profile: Demographic Profile Largest tribal population in the country Out of the 48 districts in the state, 18 are predominantly tribal Eighty nine blocks (approx. 28%) of the total 313 development blocks are tribal blocks. 23051 Gram Panchayats and 53046 Villages 334 Nagriya Nikay 81715 HabitationsDemographic Profile: Demographic ProfileDemographic Profile: Demographic Profile Urban and Rural Population of Madhya Pradesh (Census 2001) (161.02 lakh - 27%) (442.82 lakh - 73%)Literacy Rate : Literacy Rate Present state literacy rate - 64.11% close to the national literacy rate of 64.8% female literacy has considerably improved over the last decade disparity persists in the literacy rates of males and females. Some blocks such as Alirajpur, Karhal, Jhirniya, Sendhwa, Jobat & Bajna have literacy rates below 35. The female literacy is below 20% in two blocks i.e. Karhal (15.1%) of Sheopur district and Alirajpur (19.9%) of Jhabua district Literacy situation in the State (Comparison of 1991 and 2001): Literacy situation in the State (Comparison of 1991 and 2001)Poverty Ratio : Poverty Ratio The fourth poorest Indian State with a per capita income of only three-fourth of the national average. 37% of the rural population estimated as living Below the Poverty Line (BPL) The estimation of rural poorSocio Economic Indicators : Socio Economic Indicators IMR The lowest in IMR as compared with other states As per SRS (2000), IMR was 88 The national IMR - 68. The rural IMR is 94, while urban IMR is 54 MMR The maternal mortality rate was 498 deaths per 1,00,000 live births (all India was 408) according to SRS The number of women seeking pre-natal basic care is low NFHS 2 survey - age at effective marriage in rural Madhya Pradesh was 15.5 years with average age of first born was 18.1 years Low age at effective marriage is a major cause of high MMR. Gender Development Index Tribal Pockets have the worst GDI as compared to other areasNutritional Status : Nutritional Status Low per capita income (Rs. 4166) Low per capita expenditure on food (Rs. 287) Low per capita foodgrain consumption (13.5 kg per month) Tribal population is vulnerable regarding food security About 50.9% children are malnourished and 1.37% are severely malnourished About 60 to 70% tribal don't receive adequate calorie intake About 74.1% tribal children are underweight and 73.4% are stunted 54.3% women in the state have anaemia About 75% children in the state anaemia Formal Schools : Formal Schools Alternative Educational facilities in Madhya Pradesh : Alternative Educational facilities in Madhya Pradesh Age wise Population, Enrolment and GER: Age wise Population, Enrolment and GER (Source: IPMS)Status of category wise enrolment at Primary levels: Status of category wise enrolment at Primary levelsEnrolment at Upper Primary School Level (Class VI to VIII): Enrolment at Upper Primary School Level (Class VI to VIII)Status of out-of-school children : Status of out-of-school children Status of Drop out Children (Source: IPMS) (Source: IPMS)Status of Attendance, Retention Rate, Completion Rate and Transition Rate: Status of Attendance, Retention Rate, Completion Rate and Transition Rate (Source: RR & CR– Cohort study / DISE (2006-07) / Average Attendance – IPMS 2006-07)Strategy of revised MDM: Strategy of revised MDM Dal-Sabji-Roti in wheat predominant area & Rice-Dal-Sabji in rice predominant area instead of porridge Variety within the prescribed menu Strict vigil on quality, hygiene and nutrition of cooked food Effective institutional arrangement Effective monitoring & supervision mechanismSlide18: Coverage of MDM (06-07) Enrolment No. of children availing MDMSlide19: Anticipated Coverage of MDM (07-08)Slide20: Administrative Setup: State Level Nodal Department - Panchayat & Rural Development Department Coordinating Department - Tribal Welfare - Urban Administration - School Education - Food and Civil Supplies State Level Office Coordinator - MDM Supporting Staff -Deputy Commissioner - Research Officer - Task Manager - Quality Monitor State Expert Group - Representatives of UNICEF/ CARE/NIPCCD/F&NB - HOD, Deptt. of Pediatrics, Gandhi Medical College - Nutrition ExpertsSlide21: Administrative Setup: State Level Madhya Pradesh MDM Karyakram Parishad. (A Society registered under Firms and Society Act) General Body Chairman - Chief Secretary Member - Principal Secretary/Secretary of related departments/Experts Responsibilities Formulation of strategies w.r.t. GoI guidelines Decisions on Policy issues Coordination with related departments Creation of posts and approval of appointment process Monitoring & Evaluation Review of annual reportSlide22: Administrative Setup: State Level Executive Body Chairman - Development Commissioner, P&RD Member - HOD of related departments/Experts Responsibilities Appointment of staff Exercising administrative and financial powers Financial management Formulation of rules and regulations Constitution of experts groups Review of physical and financial progress Review of evaluation reports Meeting - once in a six months or as may be requiredSlide23: Administrative Setup : District Level District Collector - nodal for Planning & implementation Implementation in respective areas by CEO, Zila Planchayat, CMO & Officers of Tribal & Education Dept. District level steering cum monitoring committee constituted under chairmanship of Collector for monitoring, implementation, assessing impact & taking corrective steps. Exclusive Staff for MDM at district level (1 Task Manager and 2 Field Supervisor) Block level steering cum monitoring committee constituted under chairmanship of SDO (Revenue) for overall supervision & monitoringSlide24: Roles & Resp. of PTAs Lifting of foodgrain Fixing of menu Infrastructure related arrangement Appointment of cooks & procurement of ingredients for cooking food Procurement of kitchen devices/ utensils Payment for expenditure incurred on cooking Maintenance of quality & hygiene Administrative Setup : School level Parent Teacher Association Responsibility of implementation at school levelSlide25: SHG Model for Implementation at School Level SHG model - outsourcing complete job of cooking & management to SHGs SHG Model implemented in schools with enrollment more than 200 or at cluster of 2 - 3 schools Target for linking at least 100 SHG in each district Priority to SHGs of SC/ST, BPL & Mothers of Student studying in primary school Selection of SHGs by PTA MoU signed with each SHG clearly defining their responsibilities Financial assistance from SGSY, DPIP & other related schemes So far 6000 SHGs have been linkedSlide26: Foodgrain allocation by GoI through FCI @ 100 gms per child per day for all school days MP State Civil Supplies Corporation Ltd. nodal agency for lifting and transportation District, unit of allocation - made once in every quarterly cycle of 3 months period Foodgrain supplied to PTA through fare price shop Institutional Arrangement for Foodgrain Lifting and TransportationSlide27: Appropriate arrangements developed between FCI & PTA to ensure timely lifting and transportation of foodgrain FCI Depot (39) MP Sate Civil Supplies Corporation District centre (186) Lead Society (369) Fare Price Shop (20476) - (Link Society-5776) Parent Teachers Association Foodgrain : Flow Chart & Transport Subsidy Rs. 38 per qu. Rs. 23 per qu. Rs. 9 per qu. Rs. 5 per qu.Slide28: District Collector reallocates foodgrain by issuing blockwise Quarterly Allocation Order (QAO) in favour of Chairman, PTA Reallocation of foodgrain on the basis of enrollment and average attendance Along with QAO Collector also issues 3 separate monthly foodgrain Release Order (RO) to PTAs PTA lifts the foodgrain from FPS on the basis of RO Record & Registers maintained by PTA with respect to foodgrain received & utilised, which is regularly inspected & monitored by District & Block level Officers Foodgrain - Mode of Release Slide29: FCI, MP State Civil Supplies Corporation & Collector's representative carry out joint inspection of foodgrain for monitoring its Fair Average Quality Lead & Link Society carry out similar inspection at their level After inspection District Manager, MPSCSC submits monthly report to State Coordinator, MDM FCI maintains sample of foodgrains lifted by MPSCSC for inspection & verification in case of complaints Foodgrain - Quality MonitoringGOI Questionnaire: GOI Questionnaire Appropriate arrangements for lifting of foodgrains from FCI to school level PTA transports foodgrains to schools. Transport contractors or school teachers are not involved MP State Civil Supplies Corporation Ltd. pays for transportation cost. Releases made on the basis of actual expenditure and submission of reports. Lifting and Transportation has been regular Adequate arrangements for transportationSlide31: Year 2006-07 Foodgrain Allocation & Off takeSlide32: Year 2007-08 Foodgrain Allocation ProposedInstitutional Arrangement for cooking material supply and conversion: Institutional Arrangement for cooking material supply and conversionSlide34: Conversion cost includes cost of ingredient, cooks, fuel etc. Wheat Predominant Area for Roti-Dal-Sabji Rs. 2.00 per child per day Rice Predominant Area for Rice-Dal-Sabji Rs. 2.00 per child per day Rs. 1.50 per student per day received from GoI Rs. 0.50 per student per day - state contribution Cooking CostMechanism for Budget Release for Conversion Cost: Mechanism for Budget Release for Conversion Cost Central Assistance Government of India State Fund Permission of State Finance Department (In Accordance with Provision in the Budget) Withdrawal by P&RD Release to Zila Panchayat (CBS System) Releases to PTA A/c by Cheque/DDMechanism for Budget Release for Conversion Cost: Mechanism for Budget Release for Conversion Cost State Contribution Provision in the Budget of Concerned Department Releases by the Concerned Department to their District unit P&RD Urban Development Tribal Welfare Releases to PTA A/c by Cheque/DD Zila Panchayat Nagriya Nikay ACTWProcurement of Cooking Ingredients: Procurement of Cooking Ingredients At the school level PTA is responsible for implementation and supervision Cooking cost @Rs. 2.00 per student per day is released to PTA on monthly basis or quarterly basis Procurement of Ingredient is done by PTA at local level No centralized purchase or supply of ingredients Records and registers are maintained by PTA Monthly monitoring is done by CRC Guideline on Conversion: Guideline on Conversion State Government issued instruction for conversion of grains to hot cooked meal with break down of activities and unit cost Wheat predominant area : Roti-Dal-Sabji Rice predominant area : Rice-Dal-Sabji Variety within the prescribed menu Strict vigil on quality, hygiene and nutrition of cooked food Ensuring prescribed stipulation with respect to quality of ingredients -Effective monitoring & supervision mechanism Slide39: Use of Agmark Spices ensured Use of Idodised/Double fortified salt ensured Use of Sealed & Agmark oil ensured Use of fresh, green and leafy vegetables Safe drinking water ensured Use of mixed pulses Addition of soyabean in wheat flour as far as possible Addition of Besan in wheat flour Provision of tasting the food by an adult person before the food is served to the children Strategies for qualitySlide40: 105044 cooks have been engaged for cooking food Selection of cooks done by PTAs Preference given to SC /ST women in selection Provision of CooksRevised Menu (w.e.f. 15.8.06): Wheat Predominant Area Roti-Sabzi-Dal (per student per day) Revised Menu (w.e.f. 15.8.06)Calorific/Protein Value: Calorific/Protein Value Roti-Dal-SabjiRevised Menu (w.e.f. 15.8.06): Revised Menu (w.e.f. 15.8.06) Rice Predominant Area Rice-Sabzi-Dal (per student per day) Calorific/Protein Value: Calorific/Protein Value Rice-Dal-SabjiStatus of Utilisation of Cooking Cost(upto 31.12.2006): Status of Utilisation of Cooking Cost (upto 31.12.2006)Requirement of Cooking Cost (Year 2007-08- for 245 school days): Requirement of Cooking Cost (Year 2007-08- for 245 school days)Wholesomeness of MDM ?....: Wholesomeness of MDM ?.... The average age of students in the primary stage is between 6 - 14 years. The average calorific requirement of student of primary school - 1800 calories per day. 600 calorie to be provided by MDM We are providing 450 calorie Gap of 150 calorie, Allocation of foodgrain may be revised from 100 gram to 150 gram To create an effective nutritional cover Status of Kitchenshed Construction: Status of Kitchenshed Construction GoI releases - Rs. 139.39 Cr. for 23232 kitchen sheds GoMP has made following arrangements :- The drawing and design is adopted on the basis of GoI guidelines Gram Panchayat - implementation agency. Technical support to Gram Panchayat - by RES Instruction have been issued to all concerned Gram Panchayat Supervision - by RES Monitoring - Chief Executive Officer of Zila Panchayat & Janpad Panchayat and Executive Engineer (RES). Time line has been given to all districts.Status of Kitchenshed Construction: Status of Kitchenshed Construction MDM Funds Other Funds (RSVY, SGRY, State ResourcesRequirement of Kitchen Sheds (2007-08): Requirement of Kitchen Sheds (2007-08) No. of schools - 81550 Required kitchen sheds - 79471 Sanctioned till 2006-07 : 40357 Requirement during 2007-08 : Out of MDMs-36349 KS/Rs. 218.09 Cr. By Convergence - 2765 KS/Rs. 16.59 Cr. Status of Procurement of Kitchen Devices: Status of Procurement of Kitchen Devices Out of MME fund (05-06) - Rs. 181.00 lakh Utilised for procurement of storage bin in 15084 schools Out of MME fund (06-07) - Rs. 109.24 lakh has been released for procurement of storage bin in 8403 schools GoI assistance of Rs. 1359.88 lakh has been released for procurement of serving utensils in 27198 schools State resources of Rs. 935.33 lakh has been provided and utilised for kitchen utensils primarily in Tribal BlocksSlide52: Partnership at school level or cluster of schools Models Proposed Outsourcing the complete management and implementation of the program Partnership for cooking & serving food Implementation through SHGs Preference given to agencies registered as Society/ Cooperative Society/ Trust/ Company with relevant experience in the field of nutrition and primary education Responsibility of selection of NGO - District Collector So far NGOs have been linked in the implementation in 431 primary schools MoU signed with ISKCON for implementation in urban areas of Ujjain through centralised kitchenshed Partnership with NGOs Slide53: Linkage with NANDI Foundation Responsibility of cooking, management & distribution of MDM in Urban areas of Bhopal, Indore & Jabalpur Centralised kitchen model used Cooked food transported to school Implementation started in Jabalpur Resources provided by NANDI About Rs. 2.5 crores for setting up centralised kitchenshed with automatic machines Funds for setting up infrastructure for cooking & distribution of food Resources provided by Govt. Conversion cost @ Rs. 2.00 per child per day Free of cost provision of land for setting up centralised kitchenshed Provision of Water, Electricity connection etc., Provision of Rs. 0.14 per child per day for transportation of food Slide54: Improvement in nutritional status Provision of IFA tab. & dewormoing-albendazol in collaboration with Health Dept. Health Dept. provided Rs. 480.00 lakh for supply of IFA and albendazol during 06-07 2 officials of each district trained by Unicef regarding dosage & administering capsule 2 teachers of each school further trained by DMTs Provision of MicronutrientSlide55: Survey formats for quarterly assessment through DIETs have been designed & School Education Department has been instructed to carry out the monitoring exercise Evaluation studies commissioned World Food Programme in Jhabua, Dhar, Vidisha, Sagar & Jabalpur. National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development in 15 districts covering all geographical zones. ToR being worked out with UNICEF, CARE & NIN Evaluation & Impact AssessmentSlide56: Monitoring & Supervision Monitoring system in place to maintain strict vigil on quality, quantity & regularity of the program Roster developed for District/Sub Divisional/Block level officers of concerned Dept.s for supervision in 5-10 schools per month - submit report to Collector through CEO, ZP Rigorous monitoring by Cluster Resource Coordinator in their work area at lease once a month Review of reports by District & Block level Steering cum Monitoring Committee - corrective measures taken Slide57: Intensive Monthly supervision by Cluster resource Coordinator in respective area Compilation of report by Block Resource Coordinator Compilation & assessment of report by District Programme Coordinator & CEO, Zila Panchayat Submission of report to District Collector & copy sent to State level Corrective measures taken MIS for Monitoring & SupervisionSlide58: Roster worked out at monthly PTA meeting fixing responsibilities of mothers for inspection & monitoring District instructed to maintain register at school level to note observation of mothers during inspection Training module developed for training of mothers on various aspects to be monitored Training Programme & Sammelan are being organised at school level for awareness generation and sensitizing mothers about their roles & responsibilities Mothers sammelan organised on International Women's Day Mothers MonitoringSlide59: Growth Monitoring & Nutritional Assessment A committee has been constituted with representation from NIPCCD, UNICEF, Food & Nutrition Board, National Institute of Nutrition & Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal to provide input for nutritional assessment and growth monitoring Monitoring of growth by "Body Mass Index" based on weight & height of children is not effective in terms of impact of MDM FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY WFP : FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY WFP Selected Districts - Jhabua, Dhar, Vidisha, Sagar and Jabalpur Two blocks covered in each selected district. Sample Size - 30 primary schools and 25 children of classes I to V in each school. Separate kitchen space – Poor (1/5th in Vidisha and Jabalpur and 1/10th in Jhabua and Dhar). Few schools having separate space for storage for the food. Separate space for washing and cleaning utensils (80% in Jhabua and 90% in Dhar, 67% in Jabalpur, 54% in Vidisha and 24% in Sagar). FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY WFP : FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY WFP Involvement of PTA in every school Quantity of MDM – Adequate (97% in Sagar, 93% in Vidisha, 87% in Jabalpur, 77% in Jhabua, 66% in Dhar). Current supply - Regular and as per requirement in all the districts In all schools of Sagar and 97% in Vidisha, 80% in Jhabua, 87% in Dhar and 90% in Jabalpur food for MDM was being stored in hygienic environment.FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY WFP : FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY WFP Cooking and feeding hygience was poor in 21% schools in Jhabua, 22% schools in Dhar, 10% schools in Jabalpur, 7% schools in Vidisha and 3% schools in Sagar. Almost everywhere (excepting 7% in Sagar and 3-4% in other districts), cleanliness of the food served was satisfactory or good. The hygiene of food handlers was found to be poor .FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY NIPCCD : FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY NIPCCD 120 sample schools from 30 blocks in 15 districts Only 46% schools equipped with kitchen sheds No exclusive containers to store grains 77% schools having adequate cooking device and serving utensils 70% schools having drinking water facility Cooks were appointed as per norms Orientation of cooks towards the objective of MDM or nutrition was inadequate The quantity of meal was adequate FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY NIPCCD : FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY NIPCCD The quality of meal was rated as average based on colour, texture and aroma In 93% schools CRC visits regularly for monitoring Improvement in enrolment, attendance and retention 19% children were found to have normal nutritional status The quantity of food given under MDM can not address the complete nutritional requirement of child Helped in improving scholastic capabilities FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY NIPCCD : FINDINGS OF EVALUATION STUDY BY NIPCCD Reduction of specific degree of male nutrition calls for intensive efforts MDM should provide 650 calorie and 25 gram protein Districts covered - Shivpuri, Ratlam, Shajapur, Indore, Jhabua, Khargone, Betul, Raisen, Panna, Tikamgarh, Mandla, Jabalpur, Chhindwara, Sidhi, Shahdol You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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