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					                                    CHRISTIAN WORKERS’ MOVEMENT INDIA
                                  Catholic Centre, 64 Armenian Street, Chennai-600 001.

                (Affiliated to World Movement of Christian workers, Brussels, Belgium
Approved by the Catholic Bishop’s Conference of India as a National Organization of Workers)
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    Regd. No. 9/1985.     Telephone: 044 – 25381921         Fax: 0091- 44- 25381921        Email:cwmi@vsnl.net
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                              REALITIES OF THE WORKING CLASS
In India, three categories of workers are the most neglected from the society. Christian Workers
Movement of India focusing their overall development by the way of providing awareness progamme,
skill training, forming Self Help Group and Leadership formation. The following are the classified
categories of workers.

1) Unorganized workers.
    Introduction

The unorganized workers are that vast majority of employed, employable unemployed and self
employed work force of 390 million which encompass contract labour, casuals, temporaries, home
workers, domestic servants, time rated or piece rated, casuals, part time workers, own account
workers, agriculture workers, share-croppers, marginal farmers, contractual workers and include
women, child labour and old aged workers. Their wages and earnings are generally at subsistence
level. They do not get protection of labour laws due to ignorance and very loose enforcement. The
unorganised workers are generally denied social security, welfare and health cover. They are not
organised in any form of trade unions or associations and generally face inhuman or hostile social
environment. They are engaged in unorganized economic activities which encompasses small scale
industries, cottage industries, micro units of production, construction, in large manufacturing units,
textile and garment, horticulture, agriculture, rural occupations, forest based employment’s, fisheries,
sweeping-cleaning, loading-unloading, mining, forestry, service sector, entertainment and thousands
of many more occupations or avocations. The globalisation-influenced policies of the government
have led to increased contractualisation, outsourcing, informalisation, closure of small-scale industries
and the size of unorganised sector workers is growing at a faster rate. A rough estimate would suggest
94 percent of approximately 405 million are in unorganised or informal sector. These workers
contribute to more than 50 per cent to the GDP growth.


Social Security



These 390 million unorganised sector workers of our country have no social security1[1] coverage.
The income and employment protection, employment regulation and livelihood protection are primary
concern.

Legislation for Unorganized Workers

The central trade unions and many trade unions of unorganised sector workers have been raising
demands for a comprehensive legislation for unorganised workers including employment protection
and social security for all categories of unorganised workers. There has been demand of social-
assistance-based social security system for unorganised workers considering the low income levels of
these workers and their inability to contribute in long run, like organised sector workers. Trade unions
have opposed insurance based or contributory social security. Trade unions also demanded for
employment security, employment regulation, livelihood protection, and price support system so that
unorganised workers get real protection. It has been pointed out that policy of labour market flexibility
would make these workers more and more un-secured and they must be protected.

The efforts of the government, that too half hearted, to cover unorganised workers under some kind of
social security system could not crystallize so far. The issue of an Umbrella Legislation for
Unorganised Sector Workers was referred to second National Commission on Labour in the year 1999
which submitted its report in the year 2002 recommending for a comprehensive social security cover
with regulation of employment and dispute resolution system. The government, however, circulated
different versions of unorganised sector bills proposing only enabling provisions, and ultimately
introduced a scheme for social security of unorganised workers in early 2004. Subsequently Labour
Ministry floated one more draft bill (2004) and now the latest bill (2006) of National Commission for
Enterprises in the Unorganised Sector is being debated. There are two other bills, namely Unorganised
Sector Workers Social Security Bill, 2005 by National Advisory Council of UPA and Unorganised
Sector Workers Bill, 2005 by National Centre for Labour. The NCC-USW also suggested a draft bill.
Besides, Central Trade Unions also submitted their joint comments on the draft bill of the government.
The intention of the government is in question because they have been delaying the legislation and
denying social security umbrella to unorganised workers since last many years. The cost of social
security, the share of central and state governments under the contributory system, deter them from
enacting the law. The government is under pressure from World Bank and other international pressure
groups to withdraw from public social security provisions. The central government would not be
willing to part with Rs 25000 crores and each state Rs 500 crores every year for unorganised sector
workers especially in the absence of any strong movement or struggle for such a social security
coverage.


Role of NGOs

The NGOs are social sector institutions engaged in various social support programmes, education,
awareness generation, mobilization, capacity building, advocacy, action-oriented research etc. Many
NGOs are working in unorganised sector and many others associate with people’s movements. They
create network and collaborate with other NGOs, trade unions as also with similar other institutions.
These ramifications necessitate that NGOs address the issues of social security which affect almost
entire unorganised workers. NGOs should debate on legislative proposals and intentions of successive
governments in the larger context of political economy. Technical details such as the component of
social security, financing of social security, legislative prescriptions and procedural issues are matters
of concern. Other key concerns are relationship with trade unions and importance of organisation of
working class and solidarity at regional, national and international levels. NGOs could play a role of
facilitator for ensuring social security, protection of rights of working class in unorganised sector and
in building up socio-economic protective unity which would lead to stronger organisations of workers
in unorganised sector.

The role of NGOs working among unorganised and informal sector workers would develop in
desirable and progressive direction when they enter in to continuous dialogue with trade unions and
organisations of people’s movements. The process would get momentum if we come closer more
frequently.




Convention on Social Security
unorganised sector workers but these are not given consideration in any government scheme or
proposal. Social security is the protection against various contingencies like accidents, loss of income,
loss of employment or livelihood, old age situations etc to working class, which the society provides
through state and legislative measures. In context to circumstances in India, protection of child-rights
and education to children are also essentially linked to their social security. The provision of social
security is the primary responsibility of both Central and state governments. The conventional social
security legislation generally covers the organised sector of the economy while the unorganised sector
is covered by varied government-sponsored schemes with specific time-bound objective and targeted
population groups. These workers are denied health security, accident insurance, maternity benefits,
employment/livelihood security, old age income security and human dignity etc.

 The unorganised sector workers are denied protection of Minimum wages act, Equal Remuneration
Act and Workmen Compensation Act due to poor enforcement. Even the deductions from their wages
under Provident Fund Law do not actually provide social security coverage to them due to poor
enforcement and lack of awareness. The insecurities of livelihood to self- employed workers, hawkers,
venders, marginal farmers, land-less labour, adivasis, dalits, displaced persons, safai-karmcharis, fish-
workers, domestic workers, construction workers, informal workers in organised sector etc. are
growing. New kinds of labour bondage are prevailing in various sectors. The all-round absence of any
employment regulation and social security system for vast majority of unorganised workers need a
serious consideration.



2) Women workers
 Dowry

  Dowry is the payment in cash or/and kind by the bride's family to the bridegroom’s family along with
the giving away of the bride (called Kanyadaan) in Indian marriage. Kanyadaan is an important part
of Hindu marriagesl. Though prohibited by law in 1961, the extraction of DOWRY from the bride's
family prior to marriage still occurs. When the dowry amount is not considered sufficient, the bride is
often harassed, abused and her life made miserable. This abuse can escalate to the point where the
husband or his family burn the bride, often by pouring kerosene on her and lighting it, usually killing
her. The official records of these incidents are low because they are often reported as accidents or
suicides by the family. In Delhi, a woman is burned to death almost every twelve hours. The numbers
of dowry murders are increasing. In 1988, 2,209 women were killed in dowry related incidents and in
1990, 4,835 were killed. It is important to reiterate that these are official records, which are immensely
under reported. The lack of official registration of this crime is apparent in Delhi, where ninety percent
of cases of women burnt were recorded as accidents, five percent as suicide and only the remaining
five percent were shown as murder. According to Government figures there were a total of 5,377
dowry deaths in 1993, an increase of 12% from 1992. Despite the existence of rigorous laws to prevent
dowry-deaths under a 1986 amendment to the Indian Penal Code (IPC), convictions are rare, and
judges (usually men) are often uninterested and susceptible to bribery. Recent newspaper reports have
focused on the alarming rate of deaths of married women in Hamirpur, Mandi and Bilaspur districts in
the state of Himachal Pradesh.
Prostitution
Article 6 of Indian Constitution states, “Parties shall take all appropriate measures, including
legislation, to suppress all forms of traffic in women and exploitation of prostitution of women in
India.” According to a 1994 report in Asian Age there are at least 70,000 women sex workers in Delhi,
Madras, Calcutta, Bangalore and Hyderabad. 30% of these women are under 20 years of age. 40% are
20-30 years of age, and approximately 15% of them became prostitutes as children under the age of
12. Many times, these girls are forced into prostitution due to abject poverty, to supplement their
family income
Domestic violence


Domestic Violence isn't just hitting, or fighting, or an occasional argument. It's an abuse of power.
The abuser tortures and controls the victim by calculated threats, intimidation, and physical violence. .
Although both men and women can be abused, in most cases, the victims are women. Children in
homes where there is domestic violence are also abused or neglected. Although the woman is usually
the primary target, violence is sometimes directed toward children, and sometimes toward family
members and friends. Many women in India are the victims of domestic abuse. Domestic violence is a
CRIME.

Abortion, Female Infanticide, Foeticide etc.

 According to a recent report by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) up to 50 million girls
and women are missing from India’s population as a result of systematic gender discrimination in
India. In most countries in the world, there are approximately 105 female births for every 100 males.
In India, there are less than 93 women for every 100 men in the population. The accepted reason for
such a disparity is the practice of female infanticide in India, prompted by the existence of a dowry
system which requires the family to pay out a great deal of money when a female child is married. For
a poor family, the birth of a girl child can signal the beginning of financial ruin and extreme hardship.

There are Diagnostic teams with ultrasound scanners which detect the sex of a child who advertise
with catch lines such as” spend 600 rupees now and save 50,000 rupees later.”

3) Migration
Migration within and from Asia is not a recent social phenomenon. The current trends and
characteristics of migration in the region, however, have been shaped by the development directions of
societies and economies in recent decades. Around 400,000 Asians resettle every year in North
America and Oceania, contributing to sustain established communities in those countries. After the
conclusion of the Indochinese crisis, refugees still remain, particularly as a result of the Afghan
conflict and strifes in Cambodia and Myanmar. Highly skilled workers are increasingly in demand and
move through the region, or return from previous migrations, to respond to the needs of international
capital. However, it is labor migration that has emerged in the past three decades as the most
significant aspect of human mobility. More than six million migrants are working in East and
Southeast Asia, one third of whom are in an irregular situation. In fact, in addition to the temporary
nature of this labor movement, determined by the short duration of labor contracts and the non-
availability of long-term integration, and the increasing presence of migrant women, employed as
nurses, domestic workers and entertainers, the widespread irregularity in the migration movement
appears the most distinguished and troublesome feature of labor migration in Asia. Irregular migration
often takes the form of trafficking, with migrants, particularly women, kept in bondage or forced into
prostitution. In Middle East the migrant workers are suffering most tedious difficulties. They have no
right to get their wages, long hours of work hazardous situation etc are the common phenomena. The
workers are in Middle East like slaves.

Statistics of our Country

Today the present realities of our country are very shocking and pathetic. Before analyzing the
realities of the working class we can have a glance of the statistics of India.

     Current Population of India 1,065,070,607 (July 2004 est.)
     Population Density of India 324 persons per square kilometer
     Age structure
    0 to 14 years                                31.7%
    15 to 64 years                               63.5%
    65 years and over                            4.8% e)
    Population growth rate                       1.44% (2004 est.)
    Birth rate                                   22.8 births/1,000 population (2004 est.)
    Death rate                                   8.38 deaths/1,000 population (2004 est.)

    Infant mortality rate
    Total 57.92 deaths/1,000 live births
    Female                                       57.29 deaths/1,000 live births (2004 est.)
    Male                                                58.52 deaths/1,000 live births

    HIV / AIDS
    Adult prevalence rate                        0.8% (2001 EST.)
    People living with HIV / AIDS                3.97 million (2001 EST.)
    Deaths because of HIV / AIDS                 310,000 (2001 EST.)

    Religions
    Hindu                                                 81.3%
    Muslim                                                12%
    Christian                                             2.3%
    Sikh                                                  1.9%
    Other groups including Buddhist, Jain, Parsi           2.5% (2000)
    Literacy Rate (Definition: Age 15 and over that can read and write)
    Total Population                                      59.5%
    Male                                                  70.2%
    Female                                                48.3% (2003 EST.)
    Per capita (Purchasing power parity)                  $2,900 (2003 EST.)
    Population below poverty line                         25% (2002 EST.)
    Labour force                                          406 million (1999)
    Agriculture                                           60%
    Services                                              23%
    Industry                                              17% (1999)
    Unemployed                                            9.1% (2003)
    Budget
    Revenues (Income)                                     $48.3 billion
    Expenditures                                          $78.2 billion, including capital
          expenditures
    Industries                                            Textiles, Chemicals, Food Processing,
          Steel,
                                                          Transportation Equipment, Cement,
          Mining,
                                                          Petroleum, Machinery, Software…etc.
    Industrial production growth rate                     6% (2003 EST.)
    Debt (External)                                       $95.3 billion (2003 EST.)




THE PRESENT STATUS OF INDIA:

               25% of the total population is struggling for their daily bread.
               10 million child labourers are in the streets.
               40 million of unemployed are waiting in the employment exchange for getting a job.
                1,80,000 small scale industries were closed in five years due to globalization.
                Every day, frustrated unemployed people commit suicide with their family. (32
                 persons in 1 lakh).
                Per capita income of our country stands very low compared to other countries
                States like Bihar, Orissa and other parts of rural area, the illiterate don’t have the
                 knowledge to distinguish even the currency note of Rs.100 and Rs.50/-
                Women are scared to travel alone from one place to another due to molestation &
                 sexual harassment.

                                 Our Movement at Glance


Name: Christian Workers Movement India.

Legal Status: Registered as per the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975 (Regd No. 9/1985
& Registered with the Home Ministry of India on Foreign Contribution Regulation Act.
Affiliated to World Movement of Christian Workers, Brussels, Belgium. Approved by the
Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India (CBCI) as a National Organization of Workers.

Main activity (specificity): Training and formation towards integral development of un
Organized workers, Migrants, women and CWM members.

Leader: Jomon Cherussery, National President.

Address: CWM National Office, Catholic Centre, 64 Armenian Street, Chennai – 600 001.

Telephone: 0091 44 25381921       Fax: 0091 44 25381921

Email: cwmi@vsnl.net       Website: www.cwmindia.org/ www.cwm.jislaaik.com



                 GENERAL INTRODUCTION ABOUT OF OUR MOVEMENT


   CWM India started in 1966 at Chennai for the overall development of the workers in India. The
mission of the CWM is to struggle for the respect and recognition of human dignity, and for the
establishment of justice on this earth, that the laws of the economy and the god of money do not
triumph over women and men who are meant to be the beneficiaries of the goods of this earth.

   CWM members are conscious of being evangelizers by working to emancipate men and women, by
siding with the excluded of our societies, and by throwing themselves heart and soul into the effort of
building a world fit for all to live in. This preferential option gives priority to Unorganized, women,
migrant workers and the excluded of our society, especially, the unemployed, working children,
workers in insecure jobs. In order to establish this mission in this world Cardinal Cardijn the founder
of our movement presented a methodology called “Review of Life: See – Judge – Act”. We have
committed leaders those who are voluntarily came forward to fulfill this mission in the world. They
scarifies their time, money, health for the development our movement.
We have 29 Affiliated and 20 Contact Movements in different Dioceses.

                 AFFILIATED                                          CONTACT

      1. Ahmedabad            15.   Palaghat             1. Cochin              14. Shimoga
      2. Bangalore            16.   Pondy –              2. Cuddapah            15. Thuckalay
                                     Cuddalore
      3. Bombay               17.   Pune                 3. New Delhi           16.   Vijayawada
      4. Chennai              18.   Raipur               4. Sindhudurg          17.   Kolkotha
      5. Chengelput           19.   Salem                5. Gandhinagar         18.   Krishnanagar
      6. Coimbatore           20.   Sivagangai           6. Goa                 19    Varanasi
      7. Hyderabad            21.   Thanjavur            7. Jabalpur            20    Bhopal
      8. Irinjalakkuda        22.   Trichur              8. Kalyan
      9. Kumbakanom           23.   Trichy               9. Kottarpuram
      10. Madras –            24.   Trivandrum           10.Belgam
          Mylapore
      11. Madurai             25.   Tuticorin            11.Marthandam
      12. Nagpur              26.   Vasai                12.Mysore
      13. Neyyantinkara       27.   Vellore              13.Nashik
      14. Ooty                28.   Dindigal             14.Palayamkottai
                              29    Dharmapuri



                  Total Members:                                  Male: 8235
                  10755                                           Female: 2520
                  Total Units:   420




NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:

1.        Mr.Jomon Cherussery                                 National President
2.        Mr.Macbeth D,Souza                                 Vice President
3.        Mr. M Rajamani                                     General Secretary
4.        Mr.G.A.Mangalaraj                                  Joint Secretary
5.        Mr.Rocky Green                                     National Treasurer
6.        Mr.Justin Durai Raj                                Exco Member
7.        Mr.K.V.Jose                                        Exco Member
8.        Mr. Pathianathan                                   Exco Member
9.        Mr. A.Joseph                                       Exco Member
10.       Mrs. Reethamani                                    Exco Member
11.       Fr.V.Louis                                         National Chaplain


TRAINING PROGRAMMES AND ACTIVITIES:

         Awareness programme in grass root, diocesan, zonal, National level.
         Leadership seminars.
         Skill training for small-scale industries for women.
         Key leaders training.
      Public rally and public meeting
      Women empowerment programme.
      Formation of Self Help Group, women group and promotion micro credit systems.
      Tsunami Relief and Rehabilitation of the victims.
      Pre departure course for migrant workers.
      Net work with other NGOs
      Signature campaign.
      Training and formation of unorganized workers.



PUBLICATIONS:

               1.     Leaflets and Brochure
               2.     Newsletters.
               3.     May Day / Women’s day messages.
               4.     Activity Report
               5.     Publication of Government aid projects etc.
               6.     Wall posters
               7.     Greeting card


EVALUATION:

STRENGTH

 We could form a good National Team to take immediate decisions and carry out the activities
  more efficiently.
 The Units of Christian Workers Movement get strengthened by enrolling more members at the
  grass roots level from other religions based on the burning issues and this promotes the new
  identity of the CWM.
 The CWM Units and members have definitely increased their participation and involvement in the
  workers problem and working class struggles.
 International movements like WMCW and WSM are very much concerned with our activities and
  frequently they are sending their delegates to observe and review our activities.
 This involvement creates greater sense of mutual solidarity and unity.
 The participation of women has increased and the membership is also increased considerably
  compared to previous years.
 The consequences of the involvement of marginalized categories of workers are many at grass
  roots level. The most important consequence is that the workers are becoming more aware of the
  present situation of exploitation and unjust structures.
 CBCI Labour Commission too supports our Movement in all possible ways.
 This type of growth in unity and issue based struggles leads the informal sector workers to be
  aware of their independency.
 The recognition and supporting of the Movement by the local church is increasing compared to the
  last years.
 We could form several SHG (Self Help Groups) in different dioceses on grass root level.
 The National Movement is also overcoming the language barriers.
 Workers are trained to understand their responsibilities and duties at grass roots level to an extent,
  in some of the areas.
 Informal Sector workers are taught how to achieve their integral growth. Improvements are seen in
  various places.
 Present easy communication to the leaders can give immediate actions.
 There is an increased rate of recognition about Human Rights among CWM members, local public,
  the parents of child workers and migrants, aspirants and dependents.
 Members are becoming agents of transformation in their respective areas; day-by-day enthusiasm
  is developed.
 Women solidarity, small scale industries, introducing micro credit system are developed in certain
  dioceses.
 Cultivating deep sensitivity to the sufferings of workers, especially the marginalized.
 Co-ordination with NGOs, Young Christian Workers, Young Christian Student, All India Catholic
  University Federation, National Domestic Workers’ Movement, Indian Council for Labour
 Solidarity with Inter-diocesan leaders and members has been developed.

WEAKNESS:

 One of the key difficulties faced is lack of support, cooperation and motivation from the religious
  and priests.
 There are various possible reasons for the lack of interest to support CWM; one of the possible
  reasons is their unwillingness to change the situation and accept the initiatives of Laity.
 A second possible reason is that there is no diocesan policy which makes working class
  Movements as pivotal centre even though most of the population of the Dioceses are working class
  from different walks of life.
 Another problem is the nature of work of the majority of the people. This problem is encountered
  mostly in the villages since they are daily labourers belonging to the informal sector and they don’t
  find time to attend the meetings and many of them are illiterate. In the cities the industries are
  retrenching their workers and displacement takes place everywhere
 Inadequately trained and committed leaders and lack of concern on working class issues.
 Over coming social barriers like caste, economic disparities and illiteracy is a big challenge, the
  challenge of illicit arrack (liquor) at grass root level is a great menace.
 Globalization downsized all kinds of privileges enjoyed by the working class, spiraling cost of
  living, unemployment, and underemployment disparity in payment of wages, discrimination in
  various levels.
 Lack of dedicated leaders is a main barrier to the expansion of our movement throughout India.
 Trade unions became weak and they lost the bargaining power.
 Local industries are closed due to the faulty labour policies of the Governments. Many workers
  orkers lost their jobs. This has increased workers on the informal sector (unorganized workers)
 Large country, Multilanguage speaking and different cultures.
 Huge time consumed to travel from one place to another.
 Lack of sufficient funds to travel to visit the new areas and meet workers frequently.
 The support and solidarity is only from WSM.

OPPORTUNITIES:
                                                1st May celebrated as May day
                                                8th March celebrated as Women’s’ day
                                                24th July celebrated as CWM Joseph Cardijn’s Day
                                                 being the death anniversary of Joseph Cardijn.
                                                13th November celebrated as our Founder’s day, being
                                                 the birth anniversary of Joseph Cardijn.
                                                10th December celebrated as Human Rights Day.
THREATS:
● Communalism         ● Terrorism      ● Linguistic ● Religious       ● Fanaticism

IMPACTS:
                                                The CWM Members will get awareness in different
                                                 issues
                                                CWM will create a public awareness in women
                                                 empowerment, unemployment & other alternatives
                                                Qualitative leadership will increase
                                                Qualitative units will also increase
                                                Can network with other NGOs.
                                                Thousands of unorganized workers will be benefited
                                                 by insurance schemes.
                                                Unorganized workers can form the SHG.
                                                Can maintain the Transparency, Democracy,
                                                 Planning, Budgeting, Evaluating, etc in all levels.
                                                Skill training will promote a new way of life in the
                                                 economic conditions of women groups.
                                                A new work culture can create



                           Table -1: Strenghts of the organization



ription     Strengths                        Opportunities                       Possible future strategies

            Interns                          external
            1, Militant leaders.
partner     2, Co-operation between          May Day- 1st May                    1, Make more dedicated the
            leaders and members.                                                 members.
            3, Support by the church and     Human Rights Day-10th               2, Increase the membership
            government.                      December                            3, Seek more government
            4, Committed basic cell                                              support,
            members.                         Founders Day –13th November         4, Make more international
            5, financial assistance and                                          linkage and get more assistance
            support by WSM                   International Womens Day -8th       from the funding agents.
            6,International link             March                               5, Create more committed
            7,Long years of existence        Patrons day 24th July               leaders in national and diocesan
            8, Dedicated members.                                                level.
            9, Numbers of basic grass root
            level members.
            1, Awareness programme.          1, Create public awareness          1, Awareness programme.
ns          2,Leadership training            2 conduct seminar and public        2,Leadership training
            3, Participation in government   meeting.                            3, Participation in government
            programme.                       3, Public rally and Exhibition.     programme.




                Table -2: Points of attention concerning the organization



on        Weaknesses                         Threats                               Possible future strategies
            Interns                             external
            1, Vast area                        1, Communalism                         1, A topic will include in a sem
er          2, Multi language                   2, Terrorism                           in each diocese for overcome
            3, Lack of full time members and    3, New government policies like not    weakness and threats.
            full time leaders.                  to organize the workers in certain     2, Contact will made other fun
            4, Lack of expected support from    industrial area.                       agents
            church                              4, Over political infiltration.
            5, Lack of money                    5, Land lords will never entertain     3, Create the members and
            6, Lack of awareness                the activities of CWM in some          movements to stand with our o
                                                areas.                                 legs in financial autonomy.
                                                6,
            1, awarenes for study the common    1, Pressurize the government to        1, awarenes for study the com
            language.                           withdraw the rules.                    language.
            2, Seeking finanical assistance     2, creating public awareness           2, Seeking finanical assistance
            from other funding agents.                                                 from other funding agents.
            3, conducting seminar and debate.                                          3, conducting seminar and deb

                            Table – 3: Situation analysis by Category 1

 standard-setting, legislative framework and its application (rights and how to guarantee them to the
kers, living and working conditions…)
 ng your members or target
 ps, which are the groups of       What are the problems of these        Which are the major causes of these
 ers or trade sectors experiencing workers?                              problems?
most difficult situation (rights)?
                                   1, Low wages                          1, Over population.
norganised workers                 2, No social securities               2, Unemployment
                                   3, No social protections              3, Lack of unity
                                   4, working in 3 D situation like      4, Enforcing law not organize
                                   Dangerous, Difficulty, and Dirty.     5, No proper leadership
                                   5, Not getting human rights.          6, Lack of committed trade unions.
                                                                         7, Poverty
                                                                         8. illiteracy
                                                                         9, No government laws.




                                  1, Not getting equal job equal wages     1,Fundamentalisam
                                  2, Considering as second class citizen
 men workers                      3,Sexual harassment                      2,Lack of political will power
                                  4,No reservation in legislative sector
                                  5,Not getting fundamental rights         3, Traditional concepts.
                                  6, Difficult to access the government
                                  services                                 4, Illiteracy

                                                                           5, Political

                                  1, Cheating the agents in every stage. 1, No strict rules for controlling the
igrant workers                    2, No proper wages and duty time.      bogus agent.
                                  3,Treating like slaves
                                  4, Working in very dangerous           2, Greedy attitude of aspirants.
                                  situation.
                                  5, No voting power.                       3, No proper rules for controlling the
                                                                            migration




                            Table – 4: Situation analysis by Category 2

 ial protection

ong your members or target
 ps, which are the groups of       What are the problems of these           Which are the major causes of these
kers or trade sectors experiencing workers?                                 problems?
most difficult situation (Social
ection)?

                                                                            1, Over population.
                                                                            2, Unemployment
                                   1,Low income                             3, Lack ow unity
                                   2,Long hours of work                     4, Enforcing law not organize
                                   3, No bonus,pension,medical              5, No proper leadership
organised workers
                                   facilities,Gratuity,etc.                 6, Lack of committed trade unions.
                                   4,They have no recognition.              7, Poverty
                                   5, Dificult to access public services    8. illiteracy
                                                                            9, No government laws.



                                                                            1,Fundamentalisam
                                   1, Not getting equl job equal wages
 omen workers                      2, Considering as second class citizen
                                                                            2,Lack of political will power
                                   3,Sexual harassment
                                   4,No reservation in legislative sector
                                                                            3, Traditional concepts.
                                   5,Not getting fundamental rights



                                   1, Cheating the agents in every stage.
                                                                            1, No strict rules for controlling the
                                   2, No proper wages and duty time.
                                                                            bogus agent.
                                   3,Treating like slaves
Migrant workers                    4, Working in very dangerous
                                                                            2, Greedy attitude of aspirants.
                                   situation.
                                   5, No voting power.




                            Table - 5: Situation analysis by Category 3

 creation and promotion of decent employment
ong your members or target
ups, which are the groups of       What are the problems of these                    Which are the major causes of these
kers or trade sectors experiencing workers?                                          problems?
most difficult situation
                                                                                     1, Over population.
                                       1,Low income                                  2, Unemployment
                                       2,No labour legisltion                        3, Lack of unity
                                       3, No bonus,gratuity,pension,medical          4, Enforcing law not organize
                                       insurance,etc.                                5, No proper leadership
 norganised workers
                                       4,Less access to public services              6, Lack of committed trade unions.
                                       5, No dignity in work and social status       7, Poverty
                                       6, no social securities                       8. illiteracy
                                       7,Nosocial protection                         9, No government laws.

                                                                                     1,Fundamentalisam
                                       1, Not getting equl job equal wages
                                       2, Considering as second class citizen
                                                                                     2,Lack of political will power
                                       3,Sexual harassment
Women workers
                                       4,No reservation in legislative sector
                                                                                     3, Traditional concepts.
                                       5,Not getting fundamental rights

                                       1, Cheating the agents in every stage.
                                                                                     1, No strict rules for controlling the
                                       2, No proper wages and duty time.
                                                                                     bogus agent.
                                       3,Treating like slaves
Migrant workers                        4, Working in very dangerous
                                                                                     2, Greedy attitude of aspirants.
                                       situation.
                                       5, No voting power.




                         Table – 6: WSM programme 2008-2010 planning sheet

         Category of results: Cat 1 Labour rights OR Cat 2 Social Protection OR Cat 3 Job Creation

         Targeted group of Workers (2 lines max): type, number, place,..

         Main Problems (2 lines max): your organization want to addressed that you have analyzed above in
            “Situation Analysis Tables (3, 4 & 5) by Category”


                                               Baseline begin 2008      Indicators for end 2010        Sources of
                  RESULT no – 1                                                                        Verification
                                                                                   From where evidence        Men
A clear description of the           Should be quantifiable Should be tangible     of achievements can        elem
intended result should be given.     figures                indicators with        be verified, e.g.,         achie
                                                            quantifiable figures   National/ Trade            resul
                                                                                   Federations/ Union
                                                                                   office registers /
                                                                                   records, Labour
                                                                                   Department, Local
                                          year                                     government office,
                                         2008-2013                                 National Statistics etc.


        Awareness in grass root         7,860                                     We will keep a             -Lac
         diocesan                                                                  record book in
         zonal                            480                                     national secretariat       -Sup
        National level.                                                           in Chennai. Those          enco
        Leadership national level          60                                     who want to verify         chur
        Skilled women workers                                                     the record can be
         in small-scale industries        300                                      check with the book        -Imp
        Creation of key leaders           60                                                                 vast.
        Public attention by            40,000
         Public rally.                                                                                        -Lan
        Women empowerment                 300
        Formation of Self Help                                                                               -In I
         Group, women group                300                                                                Bund
         and promotion micro
         credit systems.                                                                                      -Poli
        New Membership                    1000
        New Basic units                     50
        New Dioceses                       25
                                     N.B.The above figure
    .                                is showed for Every
                                     Year achievement.


.
                             PROJECT APPLICATION

1. Title of the Project                  : Decent work for decent living.

2. Name & Address of the applicant   :     Jomon Cherussery
                                            National President
                                           16/113 Ollukkara
                                           Trichur- Kerala – India
3. Legal Holder of the
   Project                           :      Same as above


4. Area                              :      All over India

5. Amount Requested                  :     1) Year 2008 Rs.   15, 60,600
                                           2) Year 2009 Rs.   14, 96,600
                                           3) Year 2010 Rs.   15, 37,160
                                           4) Year 2011 Rs.    16,90,876
                                           5) Year 2012 Rs.    16,90,876
                                           6) Year 2013 Rs.    16,90,876

6. Name of the Bank & Account No     :     Canara Bank A/C No.13399
                                           Ayanavarm-Chennai-India


7 .FCR Account Number                    : II/21022/67/(445)/85-FCRAIII

8 Results expected                       : Militant leaders, self sustainable workers &
                                           eradication of poverty, unemployment etc.

9. Monitoring                            : CWM India National Executive Committee
                                           CBCI labour commission

10. Accountability                       : Audited statement from chartered accountant
                                           will send to WSM periodically
                         CHRISTIAN WORKERS’ MOVEMENT - INDIA
                      Catholic Centre, 64 Armenian Street, Chennai – 600 001.


                                        PROPOSED PROJECT
                                                     2008
GENERAL OBJECTIVE: DECENT WORK FOR                            TARGET GROUP: UNORGANISED WORKERS,
DECENT LIVING                                                 WOMEN &CWM MEMBERS

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:

 LEADERSHIP CREATION AND SELF SUSTAINABLE THROUGH SKILL TRAINING.

                                                               MONT    EXPEC                   Expenditure in
                                                               H OF    TED                     Indian Rupees.
Sl.                                                            REAL    PARTIC      RESULTS
                    ACTIVITIES                                                                           LOCAL
No                                                             IZATI   IPANT
                                                                                               TOTAL     CONTR
                                                               ON
                                                                                                         IBUTIO
                                                                                                            N
I.    GRASS ROOT LEVEL:

(a)   Survey. A survey will be conducted to study the                            Each unit
      realities of the unorganised, women and migrant                            member
      workers in National level. This will help us to                            will go to
      understand the present problems of these sectors. Our            Our       the
      grass root level unit members will collect the            Jan    members families
      information from their respective area.                    To    will meet and
                                                                Feb    at least  collect the
                        Expenditure                                    20,000    informati     80,000   16,000
                                                                       families. on. The
      Printing survey materials 1,00,000 Nos. Rs. 50,000                         total
      Sending the materials to units          Rs. 15,000                         numbers
      Collecting the survey materials         Rs. 15,000                         of visits
                                                                                 will     be
                             Total           Rs. 80,000                          20,000
                                                                                 families
(b)   Awareness raising programme.

       Grass root level awareness raising Training
      programme will be conducted to discuss the realities
      of the working class. Each diocese will conduct two
      programmes. The following will be the topics. “CWM
      and its methodology”, “Labour laws”, “Dignity of           3000      3000 Men
      Labour”, “Ill effects of Globalization”, “Migrant          participa women
      workers Problems” “Formation of CWM” and March nts will will know
      “Social Securities & Social Protection for the          To attend    their
      unorganised sector” etc. CWM India has 30 affiliated June this       realities
      dioceses in different place in India. Each diocese will    program and what
      conduct two programmes and the total programmes            me from they
      will be 60 and expected participants in this               out of 60 facing
      programme will be 50. Duration of the programme is         program today. It
      one day                                                    mes       would
                                                                           create
                           Expenditure:                                    them to      2,85,000   57,000
                                                                           grow to
                                                                           stand for
      Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                    2500-00                     fighting
      T.A to resource person :                  500-00                     the
      organising Expenditure:                  1250-00                     injustice.
      (announcement; hand bills
      canvassing, Banner, mike etc)
      Miscellaneous:                            500-00

      Total:                             4750-00


       (Grand total Rs.4750 X 60 Prog. = 2,85,000)
c)    Leadership training
      Grass root level Leadership Training programme for
      women and informal workers for their basic
      leadership. In this session leadership techniques and
      other tools will use to them for come forward to the
      leadership. Each diocese will conduct two
      programmes in their diocese. The total programme
      will be 60.Expected participants for each programme
      will be 50.                                             July    3000         3000 Men & 2,85,000      57,000
                           Expenditure:                        to     participa    women would be
      Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                   2500-00         Oct     nts will     engaged in the
      T.A to resource person :                 500-00                 attend       Training
      organising Expenditure:                 1250-00                 this         Programme.
      (announcement; hand bills                                       program      This will create
      canvassing, Banner, mike etc)                                   me from      the     leadership
      Miscellaneous:                           500-00                 out of 60    qualities      for
                                                                      program      them
      Total:                                4750-00                   mes

       (Grand total Rs.4750 X 60 Prog. = 2,85,000)




(d)   Formation of Self Help Group (SHG)

      After giving the Awareness and Leadership Training,
      we will concentrate to form 60 Self Help Groups in 30               300      3000       women
      dioceses. Each SHG will consist 10 members selected              Women       would        come
      from the Grass root level seminar. This proposed                   will      together to know
      programme will be one day. Each diocese have two        April   participat   about the SHG 2,85,000   57,000
      SHG                                                      To      e in this   to create the
      Expected participant for each programme will be 50      June    program      Micro       credit
      out of this 50 we will select 10 members.                           me.      system,      small
                                                                                   savings,       and
                         Expenditure:                                              leading an ideal
                                                                                   life.
      Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                 2500-00                                Unemployed
      T.A to resource person :               500-00                                women would
      organising Expenditure:               1250-00                                get new job
      (announcement; hand bills                                                    opportunities
      canvassing, Banner, mike etc)                                                and they would
      Miscellaneous:                          500-00                               be promoted to
                                                                                   the main stream
      Total:                                4750-00                                of the society. .
                                                                                   New leadership
                                                                                   will be formed at
       (Grand total Rs.4750 X 60 Prog. = 2,85,000)                                 different level.
e)   Skill Training programme( Job Creation)

     This training programme will help the women to                              The      members
     aware alternative employment opportunities for their                        will      get     a
     self sustainable life. In this programme we will teach              1,500   thorough
     them different product making like Phenoil, Blue                            knowledge about
     liquid, Soap, Candle etc. The total programme will                          the         product
     be 30                                                                       making          and
                                                               May to            they can start a
     Expected participants for each programme is 50            August            small       project.
                                                                                 This will lead to
                         Expenditure:                                            get     a     good
                                                                                 income in their
     Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                   2500-00                             daily life.
     T.A to resource person :                 500-00                                                    1,42,500   28,500
     organising Expenditure:                 1250-00
     (announcement; hand bills
     canvassing, Banner, mike etc)
     Miscellaneous:                           500-00

     Total:                                  4750-00

      (Grand total Rs.4750 X 30 Prog. = 1,42,500

                                                                         27800                          1077500    215500
                                           sub Total

2    Zonal Level
a)   Counselling centre:

     Facilitation and counselling centre will start in Zonal
     level for the women workers, migrant workers and                   360      360 Aspirant of
     unorganised workers for helping them to get new job                         Migrant
     opportunities, conducting pre-departure courses for                         Workers       will
     migrant workers, resolving the physical and mental                          get         more
     problems of workers. Expert CWM members, migrant                            knowledge abut
     workers returnees will help this centre voluntarily.                        their      work,
     The neighbouring dioceses will joined together to start                     climatic
     the centre. The centre will be attached with CWM                            condition,
     office.                                                                     language etc.      1,20,000         24,000
                     Expenditure:

     Books and periodicals                  Rs. 15,000
     Conducting pre-departure class
     every month with 30 aspirants         Rs 12,000
     Two days.30 x Rs. 200x 2
     T.A. to resource persons               Rs. 1,500
     Stationery                             Rs. 1,000
     Miscellaneous                           Rs. 500

      Total:                                 30,000-00

     Grand total for 4 centres 4 x 30,000= 1,20,000
b)   Leadership training programme
     CWM India will conduct Zonal level leadership
     training programme. The participants will be selected
     from each dioceses those who are already attended in
     the grass root awareness seminar and having the                         120 Men &
     capacity to become the leaders. Total 4 programmes                      women Leaders
     each zone for 30 Participants (average) for three days                  would be trained
     in 4 zones like east, west, and north, south                            in Zonal level.
                           Expenditure                                       They will be
                                                                             trained in many
     Food & stay Rs 200x3x30:         18000-00                               aspects      like
     Travel:                          15000-00                 July    120   leadership, self 1,55,000     31,000
     Stationeries:                     1500-00                  To           sustainable, and
     Resource Persons:                 1500-00                Octobe         also movement
     Organising expenses:              2000-00                   r           would          be
     Miscellaneous:                     750-00                               strengthened

                                38750-00
     Total:
     For 4 programmes: 38750 x 4 = 1,55,000-00

                                                                       480                    275000      55000
                                             Sub Total
3    National Level
                                                                             We can train 60
a)   Leadership Training:                                              60    militant
     Intensive leadership training will be conducted in                      dedicated leaders
     National level. The selected 60 participants from                       in national level.
     Zonal level. The days of programmes will be 3 days Decem                They can take 1,03,500      20,700
                      Expenditure:                       ber                 the issues of the
                                                                             women workers
     Food & stay Rs 200x3x60:       36000-00                                 problem and also
     Travel: 1000x60                60000-00                                 the        general
     Stationeries:                  1500-00                                  issues          of
     Resource Persons:               3000-00                                 workers.      This
     Organising expenses:            2000-00                                 new team will be
     Miscellaneous:                  1000-00                                 the leaders of
                                                                             our movement in
     Total                           103500                                  national level.
b)   Extension :

       Every year we intend to expand our movement in at
     least 5 dioceses. We expect every year we can add 50
     new units and 1000 new members to our movement.
     We have mentioned the name of the contact
     movement in our report. This year we expect diocese     1000   1000 new
     like New Delhi, Krishna Nagar, Kolkotha,                       members will
     Palayamklottai, Mysore to join the national                    enroll every year
     movement.                                                      in our            72,000     14,400
                                                                    movement.
                      Expenditure:

      Travelling 60 Journeys               Rs. 60,000
      Food Rs. 200 per journey X 60        Rs. 12,000

              Total                         Rs.72,000




c)   Net Working:
                                                                    The joint action
     CWM India will net work with other NGO s like                  will create a
     AICUF, ICL, KLM, CBCI, YCW, and IYCW for                       solidarity and
     lobbying the Pending Bill for the unorganised workers          co-operation
     in parliament for social securities and social                 among the         50,000   10,000
     protection and also for a common cause of the                  workers &
     workers issue. This above bill was not yet passed in           organizations.
     the parliament and it is benefited for about 122               Our members
     categories of unorganised workers.                             will be more
                                                                    confident to take
                                                                    up the issues
(d)   Publication:
      Publication of Wall Posters, Study Materials,
      Periodicals, Brochures News letter etc. Every state                          Every year we
      government have their own Publication for the welfare March 10,000           will publish 4
      schemes for unorganized workers, especially the May         persons          New       Bulletin
      social protection and social securities. CWM India July would be             and print Posters
      will buy that book and distribute the members.        Sept consienci         like the dignity 60,000   12,000
                                                             Dec   tized           of women and
                 Expenditure                                                       the necessity of
                                                                                   women
      Printing news letter 4 issues x 4,000     Rs. 16,000                         empowerment.
      Printing Wall poster 10000 Nos.           Rs. 20,000                         This will create
      Greeting card                             Rs. 5,000                          public opinion
      Purchasing book                           Rs. 15,000                         and the people
      Subscribing Govt. Publication            Rs. 4,000                           will be aware of
                    Total                      Rs. 60,000                          the situations.


e)    Planning and Review :
      National level planning and review will be conducted
      every 3 months. National Executive members will
      meet in different places and the meeting will be in two
      days.                                                   March
                    Expenditure                                June      11        11 executive
      Food and accommodation                                   Sept                Members will
      11Members x Rs.250 x 4 pro             Rs. 11,000       Decem                attend   this 44,000      8800
      Travelling. 750 x 11x 4                Rs. 33000                             programme.

      Total                                   Rs. 44,000

                                                                        10171                      329500    65900
                                          Sub Total

f)    Insurance Programme
      In order to meet the contingencies like decease,
      accident, death CWM India will introduce an
      insurance programme along with the support of                      We                                  No
      Government of India. The unorganised people can                  expect                                assistanc
      enrol in the Accident medical claim insurance already            40000                                 e is
      introduced by the Central Government. The amount                unorgani                               needed
      will be collected from them with a nominal premium                 sed                                 from
      like Rs. 50. The enrolled workers will contribute the           workers                                WSM.
      premium and if they get any claim CWM will collect              will enrol
      nominal service charge                                           in this
                                                                      scheme.
IV    ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

(a)   For effective implementation of this programme staffs
      are required. One part time National Animator                                     78,000
      Rs. 6000 x 13 months (One Month Christmas Gift)
      Rs.78,000

       (Office Secretary)
      Rs. 5000 x 13 months (Twelve months wages as
(b)   salary and one Rs 65,000                                                          65,000
      month wages as Christmas gift).




V     RECURRENT COST:
        (a) Office rent and electricity and office
            maintenance charges.
        (b) Postages, stationeries, photocopies and
            Xerox.
        (c) Telephone, telegram, Email                                                  72,000
        (d) Office equipments maintenance cost
        (e) Local (official) conveyance to visit the
            National Secretariat etc.
        (f) Miscellaneous and unforeseen items.

          Rs. 6000 per month x 12



                                            Sub Total                                   215000


                               GRAND TOTAL IN INDIAN RUPEES                             18,97000 336400




                Total Expenditure                                Rs. 18, 97,000
                Less local contribution                          Rs. 3, 36,400

               Amount requested from foreign contribution Rs.15, 60,600

                                                    In dollar @ Rs.40=   39,015
                                                    In Euro @ Rs.53=     29,445

       Jomon Cherussery                        M.Rajamani                         Rocky Green
         President                             Gen.Secretary                        Treasurer
                         CHRISTIAN WORKERS’ MOVEMENT - INDIA
                      Catholic Centre, 64 Armenian Street, Chennai – 600 001.


                                       PROPOSED PROJECT
                                                     2009
GENERAL OBJECTIVE: DECENT WORK FOR                       TARGET GROUP: UNORGANISED WORKERS,
DECENT LIVING                                            WOMEN &CWM MEMBERS

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:

 LEADERSHIP CREATION AND SELF SUSTAINABLE THROUGH SKILL TRAINING.

                                                          MONT     EXPEC                   Expenditure in
                                                          H OF     TED                     Indian Rupees.
Sl.                                                       REAL     PARTIC      RESULTS
                   ACTIVITIES                                                                         LOCAL
No                                                        IZATI    IPANT
                                                                                           TOTAL      CONTR
                                                          ON
                                                                                                      IBUTIO
                                                                                                         N

1     Grass Root Level
a)    Awareness raising programme.

       Grass root level awareness raising Training
      programme will be conducted to discuss the realities
      of the working class. Each diocese will conduct two
      programmes. The following will be the topics. “CWM
                                                                    3000      3000 Men
      and its methodology”, “Labour laws”, “Dignity of
                                                                    participa women
      Labour”, “Ill effects of Globalization”, “Migrant
                                                              March nts will will know
      workers Problems” “Formation of CWM” and
                                                               To   attend    their
      “Social Securities & Social Protection for the
                                                              June this       realities
      unorganised sector” etc. CWM India has 30 affiliated
                                                                    program and what
      dioceses in different place in India. Each diocese will
                                                                    me from they
      conduct two programmes and the total programmes
                                                                    out of 60 facing
      will be 60 and expected participants in this
                                                                    program today. It
      programme will be 50. Duration of the programme is
                                                                    mes       would
      one day
                                                                              create
                           Expenditure:
                                                                              them to      2,85,000   57,000
                                                                              grow to
      Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                    2500-00
                                                                              stand for
      T.A to resource person :                  500-00
                                                                              fighting
      organising Expenditure:                  1250-00
                                                                              the
      (announcement; hand bills
                                                                              injustice.
      canvassing, Banner, mike etc)
      Miscellaneous:                            500-00

      Total:                               4750-00


       (Grand total Rs.4750 X 60 Prog. = 2,85,000)
b)   Leadership training
     Grass root level Leadership Training programme for
     women and informal workers for their basic
     leadership. In this session leadership techniques and
     other tools will use to them for come forward to the
     leadership. Each diocese will conduct two
     programmes in their diocese. The total programme
     will be 60.Expected participants for each programme
     will be 50.                                             July    3000         3000 Men & 2,85,000      57,000
                          Expenditure:                        to     participa    women would be
     Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                   2500-00         Oct     nts will     engaged in the
     T.A to resource person :                 500-00                 attend       Training
     organising Expenditure:                 1250-00                 this         Programme.
     (announcement; hand bills                                       program      This will create
     canvassing, Banner, mike etc)                                   me from      the     leadership
     Miscellaneous:                           500-00                 out of 60    qualities      for
                                                                     program      them
     Total:                                4750-00                   mes

      (Grand total Rs.4750 X 60 Prog. = 2,85,000)




c)   Formation of Self Help Group (SHG)

     After giving the Awareness and Leadership Training,
     we will concentrate to form 60 Self Help Groups in 30               300      3000       women
     dioceses. Each SHG will consist 10 members selected              Women       would        come
     from the Grass root level seminar. This proposed                   will      together to know
     programme will be one day. Each diocese have two        April   participat   about the SHG 2,85,000   57,000
     SHG                                                      To      e in this   to create the
     Expected participant for each programme will be 50      June    program      Micro       credit
     out of this 50 we will select 10 members.                           me.      system,      small
                                                                                  savings,       and
                        Expenditure:                                              leading an ideal
                                                                                  life.
     Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                 2500-00                                Unemployed
     T.A to resource person :               500-00                                women would
     organising Expenditure:               1250-00                                get new job
     (announcement; hand bills                                                    opportunities
     canvassing, Banner, mike etc)                                                and they would
     Miscellaneous:                          500-00                               be promoted to
                                                                                  the main stream
     Total:                                4750-00                                of the society. .
                                                                                  New leadership
                                                                                  will be formed at
      (Grand total Rs.4750 X 60 Prog. = 2,85,000)                                 different level.
d)   Skill Training programme( Job Creation)

     This training programme will help the women to                              The      members
     aware alternative employment opportunities for their                        will      get     a
     self sustainable life. In this programme we will teach              1,500   thorough
     them different product making like Phenoil, Blue                            knowledge about
     liquid, Soap, Candle etc. The total programme will                          the         product
     be 30                                                                       making          and
                                                               May to            they can start a
     Expected participants for each programme is 50            August            small       project.
                                                                                 This will lead to
                         Expenditure:                                            get     a     good
                                                                                 income in their
     Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                   2500-00                             daily life.
     T.A to resource person :                 500-00                                                    1,42,500   28,500
     organising Expenditure:                 1250-00
     (announcement; hand bills
     canvassing, Banner, mike etc)
     Miscellaneous:                           500-00

     Total:                                  4750-00

      (Grand total Rs.4750 X 30 Prog. = 1,42,500

                                                                         27800                          997500     199500
                                           sub Total

2    Zonal Level
a)   Counselling centre:

     Facilitation and counselling centre will start in Zonal
     level for the women workers, migrant workers and                   360      360 Aspirant of
     unorganised workers for helping them to get new job                         Migrant
     opportunities, conducting pre-departure courses for                         Workers       will
     migrant workers, resolving the physical and mental                          get         more
     problems of workers. Expert CWM members, migrant                            knowledge abut
     workers returnees will help this centre voluntarily.                        their      work,
     The neighbouring dioceses will joined together to start                     climatic
     the centre. The centre will be attached with CWM                            condition,
     office.                                                                     language etc.      1,20,000         24,000
                     Expenditure:

     Books and periodicals                  Rs. 15,000
     Conducting pre-departure class
     every month with 30 aspirants         Rs 12,000
     Two days.30 x Rs. 200x 2
     T.A. to resource persons               Rs. 1,500
     Stationery                             Rs. 1,000
     Miscellaneous                           Rs. 500

      Total:                                 30,000-00

     Grand total for 4 centres 4 x 30,000= 1,20,000
b)   Leadership training programme
     CWM India will conduct Zonal level leadership
     training programme. The participants will be selected
     from each dioceses those who are already attended in
     the grass root awareness seminar and having the                               120 Men &
     capacity to become the leaders. Total 4 programmes                            women Leaders
     each zone for 30 Participants (average) for three days                        would be trained
     in 4 zones like east, west, and north, south                                  in Zonal level.
                           Expenditure                                             They will be
                                                                                   trained in many
     Food & stay Rs 200x3x30:         18000-00                                     aspects      like
     Travel:                          15000-00                 July      120       leadership, self 1,55,000      31,000
     Stationeries:                     1500-00                  To                 sustainable, and
     Resource Persons:                 1500-00                Octobe               also movement
     Organising expenses:              2000-00                   r                 would          be
     Miscellaneous:                     750-00                                     strengthened

                                38750-00
     Total:
     For 4 programmes: 38750 x 4 = 1,55,000-00

                                                                          480                       275000       55000
                                             Sub Total

c)   Employment Exchange: ( Job Creation)

       To eradicate the unemployment problem and to                                                            The
     create good migration we will start an employment                                                         registrati
     exchange in 4 zonal wise. In order to facilitate this                 We                                  on
     programme our unit level members will go the                        40000                                 amount
     unorganized youth and the unemployed people as well                 people                                of Rs. 10
     as the companies to provide the employment. This                   from all                               is enough
     web based Employment exchange will help people to                  over the                               to meet
     get new job opportunities nationally and                           country                                the day
     internationally. We will collect a small registration                will                                 today
     amount Rs. 10 to maintain our office sand to provide               register                               expenses
     the service to the aspirants.   So no assistance is                 in this                               of
     needed from WSM                                                   employm                                 Employ
                                                                           ent                                 ment
                                                                       exchange                                exchange
                                                                         in one
                                                                          year.
3    National Level
                                                                       We can train 60
a)   Leadership Training:                                        60    militant
     Intensive leadership training will be conducted in                dedicated leaders
     National level. The selected 60 participants from                 in national level.
     Zonal level. The days of programmes will be 3 days Decem          They can take 1,03,500     20,700
                      Expenditure:                       ber           the issues of the
                                                                       women workers
     Food & stay Rs 200x3x60:        36000-00                          problem and also
     Travel: 1000x60                 60000-00                          the        general
     Stationeries:                   1500-00                           issues          of
     Resource Persons:                3000-00                          workers.      This
     Organising expenses:             2000-00                          new team will be
     Miscellaneous:                   1000-00                          the leaders of
                                                                       our movement in
     Total                            103500                           national level.




b)   Extension :

       Every year we intend to expand our movement in at
     least 5 dioceses. We expect every year we can add 50
     new units and 1000 new members to our movement.
     We have mentioned the name of the contact
     movement in our report. This year we expect diocese        1000   1000 new
     like New Cochin, Varansai, Sindudurga,                            members will
     Marthandom, and Jabalpur to join the national                     enroll every year
     movement.                                                         in our            72,000     14,400
                                                                       movement.
                      Expenditure:

      Travelling 60 Journeys              Rs. 60,000
      Food Rs. 200 per journey X 60       Rs. 12,000

              Total                        Rs.72,000
c)    Net Working:
                                                                              The joint action
      CWM India will net work with other NGO s like                           will create a
      AICUF, ICL, KLM, CBCI, YCW, and IYCW for                                solidarity and
      lobbying the Pending Bill for the unorganised workers                   co-operation
      in parliament for social securities and social                          among the         50,000   10,000
      protection and also for a common cause of the                           workers &
      workers issue. This above bill was not yet passed in                    organizations.
      the parliament and it is benefited for about 122                        Our members
      categories of unorganised workers.                                      will be more
                                                                              confident to take
                                                                              up the issues




(d)   Publication:
      Publication of Wall Posters, Study Materials,
      Periodicals, Brochures News letter etc. Every state                     Every year we
      government have their own Publication for the welfare March 10,000      will publish 4
      schemes for unorganized workers, especially the May         persons     New       Bulletin
      social protection and social securities. CWM India July would be        and print Posters
      will buy that book and distribute the members.        Sept consienci    like the dignity 60,000    12,000
                                                             Dec   tized      of women and
                 Expenditure                                                  the necessity of
                                                                              women
      Printing news letter 4 issues x 4,000     Rs. 16,000                    empowerment.
      Printing Wall poster 10000 Nos.           Rs. 20,000                    This will create
      Greeting card                             Rs. 5,000                     public opinion
      Purchasing book                           Rs. 15,000                    and the people
      Subscribing Govt. Publication            Rs. 4,000                      will be aware of
                    Total                      Rs. 60,000                     the situations.


e)    Planning and Review :
      National level planning and review will be conducted
      every 3 months. National Executive members will
      meet in different places and the meeting will be in two
      days.                                                   March
                    Expenditure                                June    11     11 executive
      Food and accommodation                                   Sept           Members will
      11Members x Rs.250 x 4 pro             Rs. 11,000       Decem           attend   this 44,000       8800
      Travelling. 750 x 11x 4                Rs. 33000                        programme.

      Total                                   Rs. 44,000

                                                                      10171                    329500    65900
                                          Sub Total
IV    ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

(a)   For effective implementation of this programme staffs
      are required. One part time National Animator                                     78,000
      Rs. 6000 x 13 months (One Month Christmas Gift)
      Rs.78,000

       (Office Secretary)
      Rs. 5000 x 13 months (Twelve months wages as
(b)   salary and one Rs 65,000                                                          65,000
      month wages as Christmas gift).




V     RECURRENT COST:
        (g) Office rent and electricity and office
            maintenance charges.
        (h) Postages, stationeries, photocopies and
            Xerox.
        (i) Telephone, telegram, Email                                                  72,000
        (j) Office equipments maintenance cost
        (k) Local (official) conveyance to visit the
            National Secretariat etc.
        (l) Miscellaneous and unforeseen items.

          Rs. 6000 per month x 12



                                            Sub Total                                   215000


                               GRAND TOTAL IN INDIAN RUPEES                             18,17000 320400




                Total Expenditure                                Rs. 18, 17,000
                Less local contribution                          Rs. 3, 20,400

               Amount requested from foreign contribution Rs. 14,96,600

                                                    In dollar @ Rs.40=   37,415
                                                    In Euro @ Rs.53=     28,238

       Jomon Cherussery                        M.Rajamani                         Rocky Green
         President                             Gen.Secretary                        Treasurer
                         CHRISTIAN WORKERS’ MOVEMENT - INDIA
                      Catholic Centre, 64 Armenian Street, Chennai – 600 001.


                                      PROPOSED PROJECT
                                                     2010
GENERAL OBJECTIVE: DECENT WORK FOR                      TARGET GROUP: UNORGANISED WORKERS,
DECENT LIVING                                           WOMEN &CWM MEMBERS

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:

 LEADERSHIP CREATION AND SELF SUSTAINABLE THROUGH SKILL TRAINING.

                                                          MONT    EXPEC                     Expenditure in
                                                          H OF    TED                       Indian Rupees.
Sl.                                                       REAL    PARTIC        RESULTS
                    ACTIVITIES                                                                         LOCAL
No                                                        IZATI   IPANT
                                                                                            TOTAL      CONTR
                                                          ON
                                                                                                       IBUTIO
                                                                                                          N
I.    Grass Root Level
(a)   Awareness raising programme.
       Grass root level awareness raising Training                 3000        3000 Men
      programme will be conducted to discuss the realities         participa   women
      of the working class. Each diocese will conduct two          nts will    will know
      programmes. The following will be the topics. “CWM           attend      their
      and its methodology”, “Labour laws”, “Dignity of             this        realities
      Labour”, “Ill effects of Globalization”, “Migrant            program     and what
      workers Problems” “Formation of CWM” and                     me from     they
      “Social Securities & Social Protection for the March out of 60           facing
      unorganised sector” etc. CWM India has 30 affiliated     To  program     today. It
      dioceses in different place in India. Each diocese will June mes         would
      conduct two programmes and the total programmes                          create
      will be 60 and expected participants in this                             them to
      programme will be 50. Duration of the programme is                       grow to
      one day              Expenditure:                                        stand for
                                                                               fighting
      Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                2500-00                             the
      T.A to resource person :              500-00                             injustice.   2,85,000   57,000
      organising Expenditure:              1250-00
      (announcement; hand bills
      canvassing, Banner, mike etc)
      Miscellaneous:                        500-00

      Total:                              4750-00

       (Grand total Rs.4750 X 60 Prog. = 2,85,000)
(b)   Leadership training
      Grass root level Leadership Training programme for
      women and informal workers for their basic
      leadership. In this session leadership techniques and
      other tools will use to them for come forward to the
      leadership. Each diocese will conduct two
      programmes in their diocese. The total programme
      will be 60.Expected participants for each programme
      will be 50.                                             July   3000        3000 Men & 2,85,000   57,000
                           Expenditure:                        to    participa   women would be
      Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                   2500-00         Oct    nts will    engaged in the
      T.A to resource person :                 500-00                attend      Training
      organising Expenditure:                 1250-00                this        Programme.
      (announcement; hand bills                                      program     This will create
      canvassing, Banner, mike etc)                                  me from     the     leadership
      Miscellaneous:                           500-00                out of 60   qualities      for
                                                                     program     them
      Total:                                4750-00                  mes

       (Grand total Rs.4750 X 60 Prog. = 2,85,000)
c)    Formation of Self Help Group (SHG)

      After giving the Awareness and Leadership Training,
      we will concentrate to form 60 Self Help Groups in 30
      dioceses. Each SHG will consist 10 members selected                   300      3000       women
      from the Grass root level seminar. This proposed                   Women       would        come
      programme will be one day. Each diocese have two                     will      together to know
      SHG                                                      April    participat   about the SHG 2,85,000            57,000
      Expected participant for each programme will be 50        To       e in this   to create the
      out of this 50 we will select 10 members.                June     program      Micro       credit
                                                                            me.      system,      small
                          Expenditure:                                               savings,       and
                                                                                     leading an ideal
      Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                  2500-00                                 life.
      T.A to resource person :                500-00                                 Unemployed
      organising Expenditure:                1250-00                                 women would
      (announcement; hand bills                                                      get new job
      canvassing, Banner, mike etc)                                                  opportunities
      Miscellaneous:                          500-00                                 and they would
                                                                                     be promoted to
      Total:                                 4750-00                                 the main stream
                                                                                     of the society. .
                                                                                     New leadership
       (Grand total Rs.4750 X 60 Prog. = 2,85,000)                                   will be formed at
                                                                                     different level.



(d)   Skill Training programme( Job Creation)

      This training programme will help the women to                                 The      members
      aware alternative employment opportunities for their                           will      get     a
      self sustainable life. In this programme we will teach              1,500      thorough
      them different product making like Phenoil, Blue                               knowledge about
      liquid, Soap, Candle etc. The total programme will                             the         product
      be 30                                                                          making          and
                                                               May to                they can start a
      Expected participants for each programme is 50           August                small       project.
                                                                                     This will lead to
                          Expenditure:                                               get     a     good
                                                                                     income in their
      Food: 50 Nos. x Rs.50                  2500-00                                 daily life.
      T.A to resource person :                500-00                                                        1,42,500   28,500
      organising Expenditure:                1250-00
      (announcement; hand bills
      canvassing, Banner, mike etc)
      Miscellaneous:                          500-00

      Total:                                 4750-00

       (Grand total Rs.4750 X 30 Prog. = 1,42,500

                                                                          17800                             997500     199500
                                            sub Total
2    Zonal Level
a)   Counselling centre:

     Facilitation and counselling centre will start in Zonal
     level for the women workers, migrant workers and                   360     360 Aspirant of
     unorganised workers for helping them to get new job                        Migrant
     opportunities, conducting pre-departure courses for                        Workers       will
     migrant workers, resolving the physical and mental                         get         more
     problems of workers. Expert CWM members, migrant                           knowledge abut
     workers returnees will help this centre voluntarily.                       their      work,
     The neighbouring dioceses will joined together to start                    climatic
     the centre. The centre will be attached with CWM                           condition,
     office.                                                                    language etc.      1,20,000   24,000
                     Expenditure:

     Books and periodicals                  Rs. 15,000
     Conducting pre-departure class
     every month with 30 aspirants         Rs 12,000
     Two days.30 x Rs. 200x 2
     T.A. to resource persons               Rs. 1,500
     Stationery                             Rs. 1,000
     Miscellaneous                           Rs. 500

      Total:                                  30,000-00

     Grand total for 4 centres 4 x 30,000= 1,20,000


b)   Leadership training programme
     CWM India will conduct Zonal level leadership
     training programme. The participants will be selected
     from each dioceses those who are already attended in
     the grass root awareness seminar and having the                            120 Men &
     capacity to become the leaders. Total 4 programmes                         women Leaders
     each zone for 30 Participants (average) for three days                     would be trained
     in 4 zones like east, west, and north, south                               in Zonal level.
                           Expenditure                                          They will be
                                                                                trained in many
     Food & stay Rs 200x3x30:          18000-00                                 aspects      like
     Travel:                           15000-00                 July      120   leadership, self 1,55,000     31,000
     Stationeries:                      1500-00                  To             sustainable, and
     Resource Persons:                  1500-00                Octobe           also movement
     Organising expenses:               2000-00                   r             would          be
     Miscellaneous:                      750-00                                 strengthened

                                   38750-00
     Total:
     For 4 programmes: 38750 x 4 = 1,55,000-00

                                                                          480                     275000      55000
                                              Sub Total
c)   Employment Exchange: ( Job Creation)

       To eradicate the unemployment problem and to                                                  The
     create good migration we will start an employment                                               registrati
     exchange in 4 zonal wise. In order to facilitate this          We                               on
     programme our unit level members will go the                 40000                              amount
     unorganized youth and the unemployed people as well          people                             of Rs. 10
     as the companies to provide the employment. This            from all                            is enough
     web based Employment exchange will help people to           over the                            to meet
     get new job opportunities nationally and                    country                             the day
     internationally. We will collect a small registration         will                              today
     amount Rs. 10 to maintain our office sand to provide        register                            expenses
     the service to the aspirants.   So no assistance is          in this                            of
     needed from WSM                                            employm                              Employ
                                                                    ent                              ment
                                                                exchange                             exchange
                                                                  in one
                                                                   year.




3    National Level
                                                                            We can train 60
a)   Leadership Training:                                          60       militant
     Intensive leadership training will be conducted in                     dedicated leaders
     National level. The selected 60 participants from                      in national level.
     Zonal level. The days of programmes will be 3 days Decem               They can take 1,03,500   20,700
                      Expenditure:                       ber                the issues of the
                                                                            women workers
     Food & stay Rs 200x3x60:      36000-00                                 problem and also
     Travel: 1000x60               60000-00                                 the        general
     Stationeries:                 1500-00                                  issues          of
     Resource Persons:              3000-00                                 workers.      This
     Organising expenses:           2000-00                                 new team will be
     Miscellaneous:                 1000-00                                 the leaders of
                                                                            our movement in
     Total                           103500                                 national level.
b)   Extension :

       Every year we intend to expand our movement in at
     least 5 dioceses. We expect every year we can add 50
     new units and 1000 new members to our movement.
     We have mentioned the name of the contact
     movement in our report. This year we expect diocese     1000   1000 new
     like New Mysore, Gandhi Nagar, Belgam, Bhopal                  members will
     and Vijayawada to join the national movement.                  enroll every year
                                                                    in our            72,000     14,400
                      Expenditure:                                  movement.

      Travelling 60 Journeys               Rs. 60,000
      Food Rs. 200 per journey X 60        Rs. 12,000

              Total                         Rs.72,000




c)   Net Working:
                                                                    The joint action
     CWM India will net work with other NGO s like                  will create a
     AICUF, ICL, KLM, CBCI, YCW, and IYCW for                       solidarity and
     lobbying the Pending Bill for the unorganised workers          co-operation
     in parliament for social securities and social                 among the         50,000   10,000
     protection and also for a common cause of the                  workers &
     workers issue. This above bill was not yet passed in           organizations.
     the parliament and it is benefited for about 122               Our members
     categories of unorganised workers.                             will be more
                                                                    confident to take
                                                                    up the issues
(d)   Publication:
      Publication of Wall Posters, Study Materials,
      Periodicals, Brochures News letter etc. Every state                    Every year we
      government have their own Publication for the welfare March 10,000     will publish 4
      schemes for unorganized workers, especially the May         persons    New       Bulletin
      social protection and social securities. CWM India July would be       and print Posters
      will buy that book and distribute the members.        Sept consienci   like the dignity 60,000   12,000
                                                             Dec   tized     of women and
                 Expenditure                                                 the necessity of
                                                                             women
      Printing news letter 4 issues x 4,000     Rs. 16,000                   empowerment.
      Printing Wall poster 10000 Nos.           Rs. 20,000                   This will create
      Greeting card                             Rs. 5,000                    public opinion
      Purchasing book                           Rs. 15,000                   and the people
      Subscribing Govt. Publication            Rs. 4,000                     will be aware of
                    Total                      Rs. 60,000                    the situations.


e)    Planning and Review :
      National level planning and review will be conducted
      every 3 months. National Executive members will
      meet in different places and the meeting will be in two
      days.                                                   March
                    Expenditure                                June   11     11 executive
      Food and accommodation                                   Sept          Members will
      11Members x Rs.250 x 4 pro             Rs. 11,000       Decem          attend   this 44,000      8800
      Travelling. 750 x 11x 4                Rs. 33000          ber          programme.

      Total                                   Rs. 44,000




f)    Women’s Desk Meeting :
        Women’s desk meets once in year to evaluate the
      issues of the women workers and their activities done
      in the previous year. Women leaders will Chalk out                        27 national
      the future plan of action for the welfare of the women.         27     leaders will meet
      The meeting will along with the national leaders. Novem                 and discuss the
      Total 16 plus 11 = 27 persons                           ber              future plan of
                    Expenditure:                                               action and the 50700    10140
      Food & stay Rs 200x3x 27 :         16200-00                            activities already
      Travel: 1000x27                    27000-00                                 finished.
      Stationeries:                       1500-00
      Resource Persons:                   3000-00
      Organising expenses:                2000-00
      Miscellaneous:                      1000-00

      Total                            50700
                                          Sub Total


                                                                                             380200    76040
IV    ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

(a)   For effective implementation of this programme staffs
      are required. One part time National Animator                                 78,000
      Rs. 6000 x 13 months (One Month Christmas Gift)
      Rs.78,000

       (Office Secretary)
      Rs. 5000 x 13 months (Twelve months wages as
(b)   salary and one Rs 65,000                                                      65,000
      month wages as Christmas gift).




V     RECURRENT COST:
        (m) Office rent and electricity and office
            maintenance charges.
        (n) Postages, stationeries, photocopies and
            Xerox.
        (o) Telephone, telegram, Email                                              72,000
        (p) Office equipments maintenance cost
        (q) Local (official) conveyance to visit the
            National Secretariat etc.
        (r) Miscellaneous and unforeseen items.

          Rs. 6000 per month x 12



                                            Sub Total                               215000


                               GRAND TOTAL IN INDIAN RUPEES                         1867700   330540




               Total Expenditure                          Rs. 18, 67,700
               Less local contribution                    Rs. 3, 30, 540
               Amount requested from foreign contribution Rs. 15, 37,160

                                                In dollar @ Rs.40=   38,429
                                                In Euro @ Rs. 53=    29,003

       Jomon Cherussery                        M.Rajamani                     Rocky Green
         President                             Gen.Secretary                    Treasurer
                   Project proposal at Glance from 2008-2013
N                            Year        Year        Year        Year        Year         Year
o    Particulars             2008        2009        2010        2011        2012         2013
1    Grass root level
a)   Survey                    80,000      Nil         Nil         Nil         Nil         Nil
b)   Awareness Training      2,85,000    2,85,000    2,85,000    3,13,500    3,13,500    3,13,500
c)   Leadership Training     2,85,000    2,85,000    2,85,000    3,13,500    3,13,500    3,13,500
d)   Formation of SHG        2,85,000    2,85,000    2,85,000    3,13,500    3,13,500    3.13.500
e)   Skill Training          1,42,500    1,42,500    1,42,500    1,56,750    1,56,750    1,56,750
2    Zonal Level
a)   Leadership Training     1,55,000    1,55,000    1,55,000    1,70,500    1,70,500    1,70,500
b)   Counseling Centre       1,20,000    1,20,000    1,20,000    1,32,000    1,32,000    1,32,000
c)   Employment Bureau          Nil        Nil         Nil          Nil         Nil         Nil
3    National Level
a)   Leadership Training     1,03,500    1,03,500    1,03,500    1,13,850    1,13,850    1,13,850
b)   Planning and Review       44,000      44,000      44,000      48,400      48,400      48,400
c)   Networking                50,000      50,000      50,000      55,000      55,000      55,000
d)   Extension                 72,000      72,000      72,000      79,200      79,200      79,200
e)   Publication               60,000      60,000      60,000      66,000      66,000      66,000
f)   Insurance programme        Nil        Nil         Nil          Nil         Nil         Nil
g)   Women’s Desk               -          50,700      50,700      55,770      55,770      55,770
4    Administration
a)   Animator                 78,000      78,000      78,000      85,800      85,800      85,800
b)   Office Assistant         65,000      65,000      65,000      71,500      71,500      71,500
c)   Recurrent                72,000      72,000      72,000      79,200      79,200      79,200

                     Total   18,97,000   18,17,000   18,67,700   20,54,470   20,54,470   20,54,470
        Local contribution    3,36,400    3,20,400    3,30,540    3,63,594    3,63,594    3,63,594
               From WSM      15,60,600   14,96,600   15,37,160   16,90,876   16,90,876   16,90,876

				
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