To improve family incomes and the quality of life in rural Meghalaya.
Doubling Farmers' Incomes by 2022
MEGHA-LAMP AT A GLANCE
Expanded and sustainable livelihood opportunities adapted to the hill environment and to the effects of climate change.
December 2014 – December 2022
1,350 villages in 18 blocks across all 11 districts.
Integrated Natural Resource Management
The project aims to empower all 1,350 villages with skills and knowledge for sustainable natural resource management planning and implementation of those plans to enhance land productivity and reduce drudgery.
This component will strengthen access to finance through the establishment of 300 IVCS across the state and through facilitation of credit access for farmers.
Inclusive Supply Chain and Enterprise Development
This component focuses on brokering, facilitation and capacity building to facilitate inclusive growth of commodity supply chains covering crops and livestock products, and enterprises by individuals serving local markets.
|SI||Component||IFAD||GoM||Community||Converagnce||Bank||Total Project Cost|
|Component 1||Integrated Natural Resources Management||62.68||54.36||11.12||136.86||0.00||265.02|
|Component 2||Rural Finance||66.13||31.61||146.10||243.84|
|Component 3||Inclusive Supply Chain & Enterprise Development||54.64||37.63||92.27|
|a||Integrated Production & Marketing (Pre MTR)||0.29||0.05||0.34|
|b||Enterprise Development (Pre MTR)||3.85||0.68||4.53|
|c||Livestock Development (Pre MTR)||0.56||0.10||0.66|
|Component 3.2||Access to Markets||69.35||55.64||4.33||129.31|
|Supporting Component 1||Knowledge Services||19.57||7.68||27.25|
|Supporting Component 2||District Project Management Units||12.15||16.19||28.34|
|Supporting Component 3||Project Management Unit, Shillong||9.08||10.99||20.06|
|In USD Mn||43.90||31.76||2.21||19.55||20.87||118.29|
Blocks covered under Megha-LAMP
KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
At least 50,000 households adopt new livelihood opportunities linked to markets.
540 villages accessing service for enterprise development from Government and Private sector.
1,200 villages with 90,000 households implementing natural resource management plans
20,000 households report reduced time in collecting domestic water.
70% of Integrated Village Cooperative Societies (ICVS) are financially sustainable and have loan recovery rates of at least 95%.