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“Rural Management Systems or RMS papers are a series of papers based on our experiences of working with rural communities. These therefore are management lessons derived from field experiences”

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

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

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