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District Poverty Initiative Programme (MP)

DPIP is a programme of the MP government, run with a loan from the World Bank, that provides funds to groups of poor people, especially women, in around 3000 villages in 14 northern districts of the state. The groups have to be organised under common interests and problems, and funds are available for a wide range of activities aimed at increasing income opportunities, by supplementing local infrastructure and resources.

In Bundelkhand, the programme is limited to 138 villages in two blocks of Damoh district (Patera, Tendukheda), 124 villages of three blocks of Sagar (Kesli, Deori, Jaisinagar), 267 villages of five blocks of Chhatarpur (Nowgaon, Bijawar, Rajnagar, Bakswaha, Badamalhera) and 291 villages of four blocks of Panna (Pawai, Shahnagar, Ajaygarh, Panna).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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