NGOs in implementation of Govt programmes
- Integrated child development scheme
Integrated child development scheme (an integrated programme is looking at health, nutrition and education of children under six. Pregnant women, lactating women and adolescent girls are also covered in this programme): prescribed minimum norms for food to be given daily to children, adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women. Also directed that there should be an anganwadi (a childcare centre) in each settlement and all existing centers should be made fully functional immediately.
- Antyodaya Anna Yojana
Antyodaya Anna Yojana (a scheme of highly subsidized grain for the poorest of poor): Eligible beneficiaries should be identified and supply of grains should be started immediately.
- Midday meal scheme
Midday meal scheme (school meal programme for children in government and aided primary schools): all children in all government and government aided primary schools should be provided fresh cooked meals on all working days and for at least 200 days in a year.
Annapurna (scheme for provision of 10 kg of free grain to aged destitute who are not getting a pension): eligible beneficiaries should be identified and provision of grains should be started without delay.
- Targeted public distribution scheme
Targeted public distribution scheme is (a scheme for moderately subsidized grain for poor people): Eligible beneficiaries should be identified, ration cards provided and supply of grains should be started without delay.
- National family benefit scheme
National family benefit scheme is a compensation of Rs 10, 000 should be provided to the family in case of death of the primary breadwinner. Compensation should be provided no later than four weeks after the death.
- National old age pension scheme
National old age pension scheme (social security pension for aged destitute) is meant to all eligible beneficiaries should be identified and social security pensions should be provided monthly no later than seventh of each month.
- National maternity benefit scheme
National maternity benefit scheme is targeted at all poor women (BPL) should be provided Rs 500 by their twelfth week of pregnancy up to their first two live births.