Mission Samriddhi applied Design Thinking to co-create the Community Development Framework (CDF) for the holistic and sustainable development of local communities and applied it to design the Cluster Development Programme (CDP), keeping a cluster of Gram Panchayats as the basic unit of development
The CDF which comprises of Personal, Social, Economic, Ecological and Institutional Development of the local communities is implemented in the chosen clusters through the Cluster Development Program (CDP) which is essentially a partnership between the Community, our local Development Accelerator (on ground implementation CSO) and Mission Samriddhi. CDP is designed to understand the local issues, prioritize them and implement solutions which are ultimately owned and sustained by the community. Capacity building of the local communities is therefore an important element of CDP so that if the local institutions are fully developed , then they are in a position to chart their own destiny.
Bringing positive behavioral change, encouraging a growth mindset, enhancing personal and constitutional values and celebrating cultural heritage.
Bringing holistic social development through integrated education, enhanced health and nutrition, better village infrastructure, empowered women, gender equality and social justice.
Reducing vulnerability context of communities by enhancing rural livelihoods through holistic and collective farming, diversified off-farm livelihoods, technological innovations, skill development and harnessing the power of the collectives.
Creating a climate-resilient future for all through natural resource management and conservation, solid waste management and sanitation.
Empowering peopleâ€™s institutions to lead the development initiatives through democratic and good governance practices.
Mission Samriddhi also supports additional initiatives across various states of India that fall outside the ambit of the holistic Cluster Development Programme (CDP), but follow the Community Development Framework (CDF).