A three-day orientation workshop on new livelihood projects in Rajasthan ended here on Thursday with the resolve to extend the benefits to the deserving people among the poor. The Rajasthan Gramin Ajeevika Vikas Parishad (RGAVP) announced that it would spend Rs.35 crore on implementation of the Rajasthan Rural Livelihood Project (RRLP) this year.

RGAVP State Mission Director P.C. Kishan said the project would gather full speed and vigour this year and prepare a robust ground for providing sustainable livelihood to the poor. He affirmed that nearly 80,000 people in the State would stand to benefit from RRLP this year.