Rms Paper

Rms Paper

RURAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Now Freely Downloadable from Myrada’s Website – see links below

Self Help Affinity Groups (SAGs)/Micro Finance Institutions
RMS Paper 03 Credit Management Systems
RMS Paper 15 Characteristics That Can Describe A Sangha As “Good”
RMS Paper 16 Guidelines for Financial Management in MyradaCMGs
RMS Paper 19 Credit Management Groups – Guidelines for Linking Banks with CMGs
RMS Paper 22 Self Help Groups – The Concept
RMS Paper 28 Self Help Groups – A Credit Plus Institution
RMS Paper 30 Guidelines for Working with Self Help Groups (Papers 30A – 30C)
RMS Paper 33 Assessment of Community Based Institutions
RMS Paper 34 Banking by the Poor – The Indian Model
RMS Paper 35 The Role of SAGs in Watershed Management Institutions
RMS Paper 40 SAGs: Their role in Poverty Reduction and Financial Sector Development
RMS Paper 41 Sustainability Of Self Help Affinity Groups Or SagsAs Understood By Myrada
RMS Paper 43 Why Sanghamithra is Different
RMS Paper 44 The History & Spread of The SHG Movement in India
RMS Paper 46 The Role Of Self Help Affinity Groups In Promoting Financial Inclusion Of Landless And Marginal/Small Farmers’ Families
RMS Paper 54 SANGHAMITHRA – A MFI WITH A DIFFERENCE

ARE SHGS ONLY FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES?

January 04, 2007

RMS Paper 55 IS MICRO FINANCE LEADING TO A MACRO MESS? October 2009
RMS Paper 56 Targeted HIV Interventions for MSM Communities – are the current strategies working – July 2010
RMS Paper 59 Marginal & Small Farmers require freedom and options not financial inclusion – 2010
RMS Paper 60 “ The role of CMRCs in SHG-Bank linkage programme” A case study of Myrada Challakere Taluk – Chitradurga District – March 1, 2011
RMS Paper 61 Whose Risk is it anyway?
RMS Paper 63 Sags, JLGs and Suicides – March 28, 2011
RMS Paper 66 The MYRADA Experience with Self Help Affinity Groups as the institutional basis for food security – ( Welthungerhilfe Regional Workshop – Sri Lanka) June 15, 2013
RMS Paper 67 The Journey from Institutional Empowerment of the poor to provision of Micro Finance. January 2015
RMS Paper 68 The MYRADA Experience of “ Building Poor Peoples Institutions”  Paper Welthungerhilfe workshop on CSI – July 2015.

 Watershed Management
RMS Paper 04 PIDOW – Towards a PIDOW Model
RMS Paper 05 Mini Watershed Management Systems
RMS Paper 06 The “P” In PIDOW
RMS Paper 20 The Question of Equity in Watershed Management
RMS Paper 21 The Emergence of the Village Sanitation Committee
RMS Paper 22 Self Help Groups – The Concept
RMS Paper 23 Bill Davinson Memorial Workshop – VisionBuilding
RMS Paper 24 A Participatory Approach to Watershed Management
RMS Paper 36 Watershed Management – Are Loans More Effective in Promoting Participation and Ownership Than Contribution? The Roles of Panchayat Raj Institutions.
RMS Paper 37 Participation and Integration in Watershed Management Strategy in GOI and GOK Programmes
Organisation Management
RMS Paper 07 The Pains of Processes
RMS Paper 08 Where there is a Mission
RMS Paper 17 A Message for 1993 – A Return to Mission
RMS Paper 23 Bill Davinson Memorial Workshop – VisionBuilding
RMS Paper 27 From Compassion to Competition
RMS Paper 29 Myrada’s Organisational Values
RMS Paper 31 Building Institutions
RMS Paper 53 FROM CLIENTS TO CITIZENS Deepening the Practice of Asset-Based and Citizen-led Development July 7-10, 2009Coady International Institute, St Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Canada
RMS Paper 57 India shinning vs India Inclusive A Balance required through Institutional Innovation
Second Tier People’s Institutions:
RMS Paper 32 A Concept Paper on Federations of Self Help Groups
RMS Paper 38 Community Managed Resource Centres
RMS Paper 49 FEDERATIONS– How they emerged in Myrada and led to the development of Community Managed Resource Centres.
RMS Paper 65 The critical importance of Second Level Institutions managing agricultural products in a strategy for including small holders in sustainable growth – September 18, 2012
NGOs & Government
RMS Paper 11 The South Asia Partnership – A Search For Alternatives v
RMS Paper 18 Interventions of a Voluntary Agency
RMS Paper 25 Can The Rural Poor Participate In Setting The Agenda To Eradicate Hunger? Do NGOs Have A Role?
RMS Paper 26 Working With Two Governments In Multi & Bilateral Projects – Why Involve Myrada?
RMS Paper 39 Voluntary Agencies and Government in Collaboration for Development
Livestock Management
RMS Paper 02 Looking Beyond the Cow
RMS Paper 10 Looking Around the Dome
Sanitation
RMS Paper 12 Village Sanitation
RMS Paper 21 The Emergence of the Village Sanitation Committee
Gender
RMS Paper 13 Women in Development
RMS Paper 52 Our Gender History and the Steps Forward
Health & HIV/AIDS
RMS Paper 42 ABC4D Approach To HIV/AIDS Adopted By Myrada
RMS Paper 45 Building People’s Institutions in the Context of a HIV-AIDS Programme
RMS Paper 56 Targeted HIV Interventions for MSM Communities – are the current strategies working – July 2010
RMS Paper 62 HIV AIDS and high Risk groups – June 2011
RMS Paper 64 The MYRADA –CDC Experience Rural HIV Programs with High Risk Groups in India — October 2011
General Issues
 RMS Paper 01 Appropriate Sociology
RMS Paper 09 The Entry Process
RMS Paper 14 Highway Musings
RMS Paper 47 Change – and the Rural landscape: Random Comments Presented at the Aga Khan Foundation Workshop On Sept 18,2007 (IRMA, Anand)
RMS Paper 50 Can credit alone promote livelihoods of the poor without power and all-round development? Myrada’s journey in its strategy to promote livelihoods of the poor
RMS Paper 51 TOWARDS A NEW VISION A Preliminary Note for the

Project Officers’ Meeting September 26 and 27, 2008

Paper 1:Appropriate Sociology – A note on group formation processes
Paper 2:Looking Beyond the Cow – A paper outlining MYRADA’s experiences in managing milch animals, from the farmer’s perspective
Paper 3:Credit Management SystemsKrug
Paper 4:PIDOW – Towards A PIDOW Model – a paper on Participatory Institutions in watershed management
Paper 5: Mini Watershed Management Systems
Paper 6: The “P” In PIDOW
Paper 7: The Pains Of Processes – a paper on the SAG formation processes
Paper 8: Where There Is A Mission
Paper 9:The Entry Process – a discussion note on the processes followed while entering a community for development work
Paper 10:Looking Around The Dome – a note on MYRADA’s biogas programme
Paper 11:The South Asia Partnership – A Search For Alternatives- Not in Circulation
Paper 12:Village Sanitation
Paper 13:Women In Development
Paper 14:Highway Musings – notes on management
Paper 15:Characteristics That Can Describe A Sangha As “Good”
Paper 16:Guidelines For Financial Management In MYRADA CMGs
Paper 17: A Message For 1993 – A Return To Mission
Paper 18:Interventions Of A Voluntary Agency
Paper 19:Credit Management Groups – Guidelines For Linking Banks With CMGs
Paper 20:The Question Of Equity In Watershed Management
Paper 21:The Emergence Of The Village Sanitation Committee
Paper 22:Self Help Groups – The Concept
Paper 23: Bill Davinson Memorial Workshop – Vision Building
Paper 24: A Participatory Approach To Watershed Management
Paper 25:Can The Rural Poor Participate In Setting The Agenda to Eradicate Hunger?
Paper 26:Working With Two Governments In Multi & Bilateral Projects-Why Involve MYRADA?
Paper 27: From Compassion To Competition
Paper 28:Self Help Groups-A Credit Plus Institution
Paper 29:MYRADA’s Organisatoinal Values
Paper 30:Guidelines For Working With Self Help Groups (Papers 30A-30C)
Paper 30B:Guidelines For Financing Self-Help Groups
Paper 30C:Guidelines For The Evaluation Of Self-Help Groups
Paper 31: Building Institutions
Paper 32:A Concept Paper On Federations Of Self Help Groups
Paper 33:Assessment Of Community Based Institutions
Paper 37: Participation and Integration in Watershed Management Strategy In GOI and GOK Programmes
Paper 38:Resource Centers OR???? A paper detailing MYRADA’s experiences in forming and strengthening Community Managed Resource Centres
Paper 40:Self-help affinity groups (sags): Their role in poverty reduction
Paper 41:Sustainability of Self-Help affinity groups or sags as Understood by MYRADA
Paper 42:ABC4D Approach to HIV/AIDS adopted by MYRADA
Paper 43:WhySanghamithra is different
Paper 45:Building People’s Institutions in the Context of a HIV-AIDS Programme.- The MYRADA Experi
Paper 46:The Role Of Self Help Affinity Groups In Promoting Financial Inclusion Of Landless
Paper 48:WHY MYRADA NEEDS TO USE NAB-YUKTI – a paper on the SAG credit analysis software developed by NABARD
Paper 49:FEDERATIONS– How they emerged in Myrada and led to the development of CMR
Paper 51: Towards A New Vision
Paper 52:Our Gender History and the Steps Forward
Paper 53:From Clients To Citizens – a note on development perspectives
Paper 54:Sanghamithra – A MFI with a difference are SHGs only financial intermediaries
Paper 55:Is Micro finance leading to a Macro Mess
Paper 56:Targeted HIV interventions for MSM communities – are the current strategies workings
Paper 58:Is Micro Finance leading to Macro Mess – The AP Ordinance
Paper 60: Sangamithra occasional Paper -2 , Whose risk is it anyway?
Paper 61: ‘The Role of CMRCs in the SHG-Bank Linkage Programme’ A Case Study of MYRADA Challakere CM
paper 62 :THE MYRADA SOUKHYA/SANKALP EXPERIENCE – experiences of building CBOs of vulnerable populations such as sex workers
Paper 63 SAGs, JLGs and Suicides
Paper 65 :The critical importance of Second Level Institutions managing agricultural products in a
Page:66 Civil Society and Food Security
Paper 67: The journey – from institutional empowerment of the poor to provision of micro finance
Paper 68 : On poor peoples institutions