Sankalp Se Siddhi - Village and Digital Connect Campaign
By : Neha Dhyani
Updated : Mar 7, 2023, 11:21
Under the Ministry of Tribal Affairs' aegis, the TRIFED has launched the 'Sankalp Se Siddhi'-Village and Digital Connect campaign to improve the tribal ecosystem across the country. TRIFED stands for Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India, and this is the body responsible for launching the Sankalp Se Siddhi initiative.
There are several Van Dhan Vikas Kendras across villages, and one of the primary objectives of the Sankalp Se Siddhi initiative is to activate all of these kendras. Once these centres are activated, it will be pretty easy to transform the tribal ecosystem of India.
Key Facts of Sankalp Se Siddhi
- A total of 150 teams will visit ten communities during the drive
- As a result, each area will be covered by 100 villages, and 1500 villages will cover the entire country
- The teams that will visit the villages will also identify possible Van Dhan Vikas Kendras for clustering as TRIFOOD and SFURTI units as larger firms, as well as shortlist potential Van Dhan Vikas Kendras
- The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises has a scheme called the Scheme of Fund for Regeneration of Traditional Industries (SFURTI) (MSME)
- Once the VDVKs are enabled in approximately 1500 villages, sales of Rs. 200 Crores are expected over the next 12 months as a result of this programme
- The teams will integrate their efforts to find tribal craftsmen and other organisations and get them on board as suppliers, giving them access to broader markets via the Tribes India network, which includes both actual stores and TribesIndia. com
Van Dhan Vikas Kendras Under Sankalp Se Siddhi
- The Van Dhan Yojana gave birth to the Van Dhan Vikas Kendras. In these Van Dhan Vikas Kendras, the Indian Government provides capacity-building training and skill-upgrading opportunities for the tribal community. These will be used to their full potential under the Sankalp Se Siddhi program
- Fifteen tribal Self-Help Groups comprise a Van Dhan Vikas Kendra. Twenty artisans or tribal food gatherers make up each group.
- In the Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh, the first Van Dhan Vikas Kendra was formed.
Sankalp Se Siddhi - Issues Faced by Indian Tribes
The following are the issues that the tribal people in India face, according to the Ministry of Tribal Affairs:
- India's tribal community has the highest proportion of anaemic women
- The tribal population has the highest death rates, especially in terms of baby and child mortality
- The Gross Enrolment Ratio among indigenous students has dropped from 113.2 per cent in 2014 to 109.4 per cent in 2016. The Gross Enrolment Ratio is used to figure out how many pupils are enrolled in each grade level
- In the tribal territories, there had been a shortfall of 1,267 primary health centres and 309 community health centres as of 2015
The Sankalp Se Siddhi program was launched to uplift the tribal community of India. Currently, the tribes of India are facing several issues, and the Government needs to address these issues. TRIFED looks after these concerns and keeps coming up with different initiatives to uplift the tribal people in India.
FAQs on Sankalp Se Siddhi
Q.1. Which body has launched the Sankalp Se Siddhi?
TRFED, or the Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India, has launched the Sankalp Se Siddhi.
Q.2. Which wing of the ministry takes care of the Sankalp Se Siddhi?
The Ministry of Tribal Affairs takes care of the Sankalp Se Siddhi initiative.
Q.3. What is the main aim of the Sankalp Se Siddhi?
The main aim of the Sankalp Se Siddhi is to activate the Van Dhan Vikas Kendras.
Q.4. How many teams will be a part of the Sankalp Se Siddhi?
One hundred fifty teams will be a part of the Sankalp Se Siddhi programme.
Q.5. How many villages of the country will be covered under Sankalp Se Siddhi?
One thousand five hundred villages will be covered under Sankalp Se Siddhi.