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To enhance and strengthen the institutional capacity of the local government system in Kerala to deliver services and undertake basic administrative and governance functions more effectively and in a sustainable manner, the Government of Kerala has formulated Kerala Local Government Service Delivery Project

The Project will benefit all the 978 Grama Panchayats (GPs) and 60 Municipalities in the State. Investments made by the GPs and Municipalities will indirectly benefit the entire population of the State outside the five City Corporation areas. The estimated cost of the Project is Rs 1195.8 crore

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Development Through Participation
About the Street Play organised by 
Thaddesa Mithram in association with Kerala Police

The Grama Sabha is the most important participatory space, which provides opportunities for participation of all the voters. The right to formulate the proposals and fixing the priority of schemes and development programmes to be implemented in the village panchayat vests with the Grama Sabha.

The beneficiary selection of all projects including centrally sponsored schemes and state sponsored schemes is made at the Grama Sabha.

Participation rate is an indicator of the democratic involvement of people in local development. Participation had a positive effect on the performances of local government.

The number of participants, their socio-economic characteristics and their involvement in the decision-making process are important factors influencing the outcome.

So to ensure and improve people participation in Grama Sabhas, Kerala Local Government  Service Delivery Project (Thaddesa Mithram) in association with Kerala Police (Janamaithri) conduct Street Play “Oru Gramam Paranja Kadha” across our state. The programme spread the message of the significance of Grama Sabha and the participation of people from different sectors in it.

The programme was inaugurated by our Honourable Minister Dr.K.T.Jaleel on 12th July 2017 at Gandhi Park, Thiruvananthapuram.

On 13th July 2017, the street play was conducted at various places in Thiruvananthapuram such as Neyyattinkara, Kattakkada & Nedumangad and on 14th July 2017 Attingal, Kilimanoor & Chirayinkeezhu. The local bodies in the concerned areas gave ample support to the street play team. Local people welcomed the play with open arms.

The programme was reported in all the popular dailies and TV channels and it has got a wide coverage.


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