Our Sectors

 
Affectes Facilitation Cell (AFC):

The Board of Directors (BoD) of GBTI approved the establishment of a separate cell on 8th of December, 2003 for facilitating the GBHP affectees to solve problems including land compensation payment, enhanced land compensation, legal matters and resettlement issues, etc.

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Social Mobilization (SM):

Social Mobilization, the core of GBTI's philosophy Social mobilization is based on acknowledging that the community is the center of all development activities. It is only informed and engaged community members who can plan and undertake sustainable grass roots development. GBTI utilizes the following steps in mobilizing rural men and women

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Rural Credit & Enterprise Development Programme (RCED):

The Community Organizations (COs) fostered by GBTI prepare Micro Investment Plans. Members prepare household-level MIPs and the CO prepares a group Micro Investment Plan. An analysis of the MIPs shows that while the COs as grassroots institutions are generally interested in carrying out social sector projects such as schools, roads, and drinking water and sanitation schemes, individual members are most interested in carrying out income-enhancing activities. This usually requires training or financial capital – sometimes both – to begin or expand an income generating activity.

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Micro Health Insurance Programme (MHI):

Micro Health Insurance offers limited protection at a lower contribution. Aimed at poor section of the population and designed to help them cover themselves collectively against risk.

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Human Resource Development (HRD):

Human Resource Development (HRD) plays a significant role in the development. Acting as a catalyst, it makes on-going and multi-faceted contributions to increase the overall wealth of the nation. We believe that "skill enhancement is one of the major factors in achieving optimal rural development".

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Physical Infrastructure and Technology Development (PITD):

GBTI's Physical Infrastructure and Technology Development (PITD) section's purpose is to offer guidance to the COs in technical and construction related initiatives.

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Environment and Natural Resource Management (ENRM):

The quality of the relationship between ecological and social systems defines, to a large extent, the quality of community life and the ability of communities and their institutions to sustain themselves.

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Gender and Social Sector Services (GSSS):

GBTI has identified gender as a crosscutting theme. This requires that gender be integrated into policy planning, programming, implementation and evaluation of activities.

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Monitoring Assessment & Planning (MAP):

The Monitoring Assessment & Planning (MAP) section is responsible for systematically documenting programme implementation and collecting the data that makes it possible to assess the impact and effectiveness of GBTI activities.

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