Income profile of Village

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Income profile of Village by Mind Map: Income profile of Village

1. High

1.1. Agriculture (Selection of solution and delivery model will also depend upon other parameters like land holding size, SHG activities etc. )

1.1.1. Solutions focusing on value addition process / activities Decision point - Availability of produce with processing potential If yes the type of processing/value add required Check for storage needs Centralized cold storage on rental / PAYG basis Farm gate cold storage - Individual / community ownership model Long term storage for grains and other Contract farming (regions with large landholding size or cooperative farming ) Linkages with contract farming companies / organizations

1.1.2. Facilitating market linkages Real time (Perishable produce) Realtime - Crofarm logistics integration services / traders or procurers Non real time Procurement services Support on Minimum Support Price schemes Options and futures Advisory on when to sell the produce

1.1.3. Availability of farming inputs through commercial/cooperative models model (Check status of SHG initiatives, from ) Mahindra Samridhi Iffco Kisan Bazar Agro star

1.1.4. Skill and training on newer agri practices and cash crops and income enhancement approaches Mahindra Samridhi Contract farming

1.1.5. Farm mechanization

1.2. Energy

1.2.1. Individual home lighting solutions One time buying model Pay as you go model

1.2.2. Linking energy to other income enhancement uses Solar irrigation - both service and buying model Solar fencing of fields Remote monitoring and control of pumps Solar powered hand-loom/ poultry incubators

1.2.3. Solutions focusing on energy bill reduction Solar DC solutions Energy efficient appliances

1.2.4. Clean Cooking Induction cook stoves Companies specializing in rural marketing of innovative products and services Biogas solutions (check - livestock density and water availability)

1.3. Livelihood

1.3.1. Allied market activities Village entrepreneur models for various product and services

1.3.2. Other occupation Commercial poultry farm, agro produce sorting grading and packaging Energy services Agri- advisory and other services Insurance agent

1.3.3. Skill and training on various trades needed in better of villages - mobile repair, electronics etc, beautician

1.4. Healthcare and Nutrition

1.4.1. Focus on preventive healthcare

1.4.2. Fitness centers

1.4.3. Community healthcare worker based mobilization

1.5. Communication and Digital Inclusion

1.5.1. Value added services Education Skillng Market information Entertainment

1.5.2. Wi-fi / internet based additional services which can be made available - commerce, banking etc, healthcare

1.5.3. Franchise based CSC services - Sahej etc

1.6. People and Goods Movement

1.6.1. Transportation services lead by village entrepreneur

1.7. Education and Skill Development

1.7.1. Chain of Schools targeting high income rural / rurban clusters - hippo campus

1.7.2. Delivery of educational content through digital means

1.7.3. Coaching and other mentoring using cost effective methods

1.7.4. Job guidance, vocational training on fee basis

1.7.5. leveraging Ongoing government initiatives to set up skill centres

1.8. Financial Services

1.8.1. Credit availability for enterprises Impact loans Clean energy based financing approaches

1.8.2. Digital banking and financial services

1.8.3. Insurance for other use cases - property, health etc

1.8.4. Commercial finance / credit for SHG/FPO/FPC Collateral based Non collateral based

1.9. Water and Sanitation

1.9.1. Personalized water filtration Stand alone solutions without energy Solutions based on energy

1.9.2. Credit/loan support for toilets MFI support TA to leverage existing subsidies and government support

1.9.3. Other innovative financial models for water/sanitation solutions Community based PAYG model

1.9.4. Enabling adoption of sanitation solutions TA to customize the solution as per local needs Behavioral change efforts Awareness initiatives

2. Low

2.1. Agriculture

2.1.1. Grant lead interventions on improving agri productivity

2.1.2. Aggregation of produce and group based processing activities

2.1.3. Hand holding support for adoption of newer methods and practices Training and capacity building i.e. SRI/DBI

2.1.4. Cooperative / FPO development initiatives for collective engagement with farmers NGOs supporting cooperative farming NGOs specializing in developing village institutions and mobilizing SHG

2.1.5. Enabling farm inputs Cooperative farm input/retail organisations Cost effective support / agro advisory through apps and other means

2.2. Energy

2.2.1. Pay as you go home lighting solutions

2.2.2. Capacity building on clean cooking Improved biomass cookstoves Palletisation of biomasss waste

2.2.3. Community based energy models - bio gas

2.2.4. Community based DRE solutions

2.2.5. Linking productive energy use cases with DRE for income enhancement

2.2.6. Solar irrigation on service / PAYG model

2.3. Livelihood

2.3.1. Individual training and capacity building Any local trade / craft Piggery / fishery / piggery

2.3.2. FPO /SHG activities Village institution development Enabling credit linkages Mobilizing market linkages for SHG/FPOs

2.3.3. Focus on improving productivity of existing livelihood options - fishery, poultry etc

2.4. Healthcare and Nutrition

2.4.1. Weekly medical vans

2.4.2. Tele-medicine

2.4.3. Para-medica operated emergency services

2.4.4. Linkages/synergy with ongoing NGO programmes

2.4.5. Ambulance / emergency services

2.5. Communication and Digital Inclusion

2.5.1. Enabling connectivity - network extender/repeaters

2.5.2. Solar based phone charging kiosks

2.5.3. wifi/internet hubs

2.5.4. CSC centers for delivery of digital services and Government services

2.6. People and Goods Movement

2.6.1. SHG based transportation services

2.6.2. Electric rickshaw bank

2.7. Education and Skill Development

2.7.1. Supporting government education mechanisms

2.7.2. Leveraging other ongoing NGO programme in the region

2.7.3. Enabling access to teaching -aid, or infrastructure in existing schools

2.8. Financial Services

2.8.1. Basic financial inclusion - Correspondent based banking

2.8.2. CSC based financial services

2.8.3. SHG activities and inter lending, credit availability

2.8.4. Micro Finance initiatives

2.9. Water and Sanitation

2.9.1. Community water solutions

2.9.2. Low cost hand pump / tube well technologies

2.9.3. sanitation solutions that meet local needs

2.9.4. Support to avail subsidy/govt support on building toilets

2.9.5. Stand alone water filtration solutions (without energy )

2.9.6. TA on water harvesting / optimal use of water resources