Institutional Framework for Implementing Mother NGO (MNGO) Scheme under RCH - II

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Text Box: Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW),Government of India (GoI)

JS (P)
  Dr. P.C. Das, AC - NGO
Provide Policy Guidance, Approvals, Funding & Technical Support
Text Box: State RCH Society
Constitutes a technical NGO committee, called State NGO committee and ensures the placement of state NGO coordinator, selection of MNGOs, recommendation of projects for GoI approval, fund disbursements, capacity building, training, monitoring to evaluation is the responsibilities of state RCH society. 
Text Box: Apex Resource Cell (ARC)
Co-ordinate with RRCs and State NGO co-ordinators, Provides technical support to RRCs and Facilitate State linkages 
Contact Persons:
 Dr. Vasanthi Krishnan - Interim Team Leader & Technical Training
 Ms. Charu Chopra - Project Officer
Text Box: Regional Resource Center

Technical capacity building and disseminating of information to MNGOs, FNGOs and SNGOs so that they can contribute to accelerating of RCH program.
Text Box: State NGO Coordinator
Support State & District RCH Society for effective programme implementation. 
Text Box: District RCH Society
Constitutes District NGO Committee for selection and approval of FNGO and recommendation of MNGO projects, Sign MOU, Sends the signed MOU to State RCH Society for release of funds 
Text Box: Mother NGO
 To work in unserved / underserved areas.
 One Mother NGO can work maximum in 2 districts with ideally 3 - 4 Field NGOs (FNGO) in ONE District.
 If one MNGO is already working in one district another MNGO cannot work in the same.
Text Box: District 1
Text Box: Field NGO 1
Text Box: District 2
Text Box: Field NGO 1
Text Box: Field NGO 2 
Text Box: Field NGO 2 
Text Box: Field NGO 3
Text Box: Field NGO 3
Text Box: Field NGO 4
Text Box: Field NGO 4
Text Box: Ideally each district should have maximum 3 - 4 Field NGO (FNGO)
Working in unserved / underserved areas
Text Box: Ideally each district should have maximum 3 - 4 Field NGO (FNGO)
Working in unserved / underserved areas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Based on " Revised NGO Guideines" Handbook
 Programme Funded by UNFPA