To ensure livelihoods and income opportunities to all vulnerable people living in poverty in all its dimensions; and to provide easy access to health, education, housing, basic services and social protection as well as risk mitigation across the state.
The annual per capita income of Haryana is 1,80,174 as compared to the national average of 1,03,818.
The estimated percentage of people living below the poverty line within Haryana has halved from 24% in 200405 to 11.20% in 201011.
Of Haryana's workforce, only 23.66% comprise of women.
While the literacy rate is 5.6% in Haryana overall, the literacy rate of school-aged girls is currently 56.65%.
In Haryana, 1.56 lakh rural and 2.67 lakh urban households lack pucca houses.
Focus for Tomorrow
Ensure livelihoods and income opportunities to all vulnerable people living in poverty in all its dimensions.
Provide easy access to health, education, housing and basic services
Enable social protection and risk mitigation.
To eradicate extreme poverty by 2030
To double agricultural incomes by 2022
To enhance employability and opportunities of non-farm labour through skill development
To increase ease of access to government services/schemes
To ensure gender equality with regard to access to basic resources
To ensure health, education and housing for all by 2030
To develop a risk mitigation plan for health risks, droughts and oods
To sanction drinking water connections for 31 lakh rural and 11 lakh urban households