The productive activities programme provides support for productive assets to groups of disadvantaged families. For example: the provision of fertiliser, machines of grind rice, fishing nets, etc.
Provides operating funds to these productive business groups consisting of between eight and ten disadvantaged familiies who are KKS holders.
A productive activities facilitator assists the productive business group by determining the type of business to be conducted and building capacity through training.
Productive business groups open joint accounts to receive funds for productive business activities.
Several programme are available to be used and developed as part of the creation of productive family activities:
Family Hope Programme (PKH)
Productive Business Programmes for PKH Participants
Productive Business Programmes for KPS Holders
Other Productive Business Programmes