NSRLM is short for Nagaland State Rural Livelihood Mission. NSRLM is the implementing agency for NRLM in the State and embodies the principles and vision of NRLM while keeping in mind the unique features of the State. Structurally, NSRLM comprises of Staff at the State, District and Block level to cater to the requirements of rural areas across the State.
Mobilization of poor to form their ‘own institutions’ is the most important prerequisite and the core investment for large scale poverty reduction. NRLM would organize all poor households (women) into aggregate institutions of the poor that provide them with voice, space and resources.
According to Census 2011, out of a population of 1978502 in Nagaland, 1407536 live in Rural areas which account for 71.5% of the total population. Similarly, at 277491, Rural households make up 70.8% of the total household in the State.
The primary objective of the Mission’s Monitoring and Evaluation system (M&E) is to reinforce the culture of result-based management and provide the basis for evidence-based decision-making processes, of both strategic and operational nature, at all levels including community institutions.