National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NULM) is the poverty alleviation programme being implemented by Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs (MoHUA), Government of India since September, 2013. It replaced a scheme of India known as Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana (SJSRY). Mission Shakti Women Self Help Groups (MS-SHGs) and their Federations are formed and mentored under DAY-NULM in order to enable urban poor to help themselves out of poverty and move towards sustainable income generating livelihoods. The mission also aims at providing the urban poor and homeless with the shelter that has basic necessities available to them.

SUDA is the nodal agency to implement NULM in the state. The core components of the Mission are mentioned below

  • Social mobilization and institution development (SM&ID)
  • Employment through skills training and placement (EST&P)
  • Capacity building and training (CBT)
  • Self-employment program (SEP)
  • Scheme of shelter for urban homeless (SUH)
  • Support to urban street vendors (SUSV)
  • Innovative and special project (ISP)
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