Schemes for Urban Poor- ‘one point information’

by Anshu Singh and Suman Bhanoo, PRIA

The biggest dilemma  of the urban poor in availing their rights, is not knowing how to! Even though for private players government makes quick ‘single window clearance mechanism’, the same doesn’t happen for the poor. The urban poor does not even have a cumulative access to the applicable schemes for them!

PRIA has embarked on a set of key initiatives focusing on capacity building, knowledge building, participatory research, citizen-centric development, and policy advocacy. With a combination of training, research and consultancy, it has grounded its work with conceptual rigor and understanding of social reality to command the strategic direction of interventions.                                                                                        

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Read below to get detailed information about these schemes:

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2 thoughts on “Schemes for Urban Poor- ‘one point information’

  1. Dhirendra March 20, 2013 at 5:23 am Reply

    All the schemes in a pamphlet is surely going to benefit them. Keep it up !

  2. suman Bhanoo March 20, 2013 at 6:44 am Reply

    Pamphlet is just a humble attempt to make them aware regarding various governmental schemes. Its an endeavor to realize them that they are not “neglected section” of society. As we have mentioned above there are many schemes for them in Central and state level, but lack of awareness is the sole reason behind failure of all these schemes. We hope our brochures would be able to connect them with all schemes.

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