It appears that, under the Livelihood Scheme, support was provided to enhance economic opportunities for community members in the operational area. The scheme involved:
- Business Equipment Distribution:
- Fifty member families were given business equipment with a total value of 250,000.00 rupees. This support likely aimed at helping families establish or improve their businesses.
- Loans for Self-Employment:
- A total of 4,247 people were granted loans, amounting to 107,645,980.00 rupees. These loans were likely intended to facilitate self-employment initiatives, providing individuals with the financial means to start or expand their own businesses.
The Livelihood Scheme appears to be a comprehensive effort to empower community members economically, fostering self-sufficiency and sustainable livelihoods. Providing both business equipment and loans reflects a multi-faceted approach to support entrepreneurship and self-employment in the operational area.