PMAY-G: Transforming the rural housing program in India (Part II)
More than 12 million houses have been constructed under the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana-Gramin (PMAY-G). This blog talks about the major challenges faced by supply and demand-side stakeholders of the program. It further discusses how the Government of India can address policy and operational-level challenges for the smooth functioning of PMAY-G.
Mid-day Meal Scheme : Moving from food to nutrition security
The Government of India is already doing notable work through the Mid Day Meal program. However, it can evolve further if state governments are encouraged to pilot new interventions to improve nutrition output and monitor the program.
From providing students with breakfast in Kerala and Gujarat, to encouraging mothers of students to take a more active role in checking quality, learn how several impressive endeavors continues to evolve the Mid Day Meal program.
MicroSave’s Government and Social Impact domain: Aiding governance, bettering lives
For 20 years, MSC has been a part of underprivileged households understanding their financial behaviour and associated challenges and issues. Through the years a crucial learning has been the “intent-action gap” inhibiting the efficacy of government programmes. In 2013, the Government and Social Impact domain (erstwhile Government to People domain) took shape.