Rural Livelihood In India Essays and Term Papers

  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Rural Development Sector: Evidences from India

    2010 Corporate Social Responsibility in Rural Development Sector: Evidences from India 139 Corporate Social Responsibility in Rural Development Sector: Evidences From India A. Manager (Sociology) RITES LTD. (A Government of India Enterprise) RITES Bhawan 1, Sector-29, Gurgaon-122 001 email:...

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  • Rural Livelihood

    FACES OF RURAL LIVELIHOODS IN INDIA Theme Paper Trends Shocks Seasonality Markets Credit Seasonal Migration Education Health Employment Infrastructure Source: NADEL-ETH, SDC – 2007 (adapted). B.N. Hiremath Professor Institute of Rural Management, Anand THE CHANGING FACES OF RURAL LIVELIHOODS...

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  • Implications of Migration for Pro-Poor Agricultural Growth

    techniques and case studies. 2. Integrate migration and commuting into PRSPs, CASs, National Plans At present most key policy documents related to rural development, agriculture and povertyreduction pay little or no attention to migration. These should be reviewed where possible to integrate migration...

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  • Nihant

    What is ‘Rural’ and ‘Urban’? The definition of urban area adopted is as follows: (a) All statutory places with a municipality, corporation, cantonment board or notified town area committee, etc. (b) A place satisfying the following three criteria simultaneously: · a minimum population of 5,000; ...

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  • Undp

    P.O. Box 3059 New Delhi - 110003, India Tel: + 91-11-46532333 Fax: +91-11-24627612 http://www.undp.org.in e-mail: info.in@undp.org 2012 UNDP IN INDIA Empowered lives. Resilient nations. Central Government Partners The Planning Commission, Government of India Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry...

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  • Impact of Dairy Farming on Livelihood of Landless Women of Mehsana District, Gujarat

    Proposal IMPACT OF DAIRY FARMING ON LIVELIHOOD OF LANDLESS WOMEN OF MEHSANA DISTRICT, GUJARAT. Submitted by Prakash .A. Panchal 201113005 M.Sc. (ICT-ARD) DA-IICT Submitted to Prof. B.N. Hiremath DA-IICT  Impact of Dairy Farming on Livelihood of Landless Women of Mehsana District...

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  • Kv Eco

    RURAL DEVELOPMENT 99 After studying this chapter, the learners will • understand rural development and the major issues associated with it • appreciate how crucial the development of rural areas is for India’s overall development • understand the critical role of credit and marketing systems in...

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  • Rural vs Urban

    ' ' ' ' ' 'rural livelihood in india • ' ' ' ' 'Rural livelihood activities are outside houses ' ' ' ' ' Rural livelihood involves living with and being sustained by nature.. For Example farmer * farming * herding * fishing * off-farm employment, * exploitation of natural resources through...

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  • ict for rural areas

    gross secondary enrolment and gross tertiary enrolment). India ranks 119 in the IDI 2011, which was 116 in 2010 History of ICT Radio for Rural Development: In 1956, in five districts of Maharashtra State by All India Radio (AIR). Rural listener groups were organized, who would listen to radio...

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  • CSR Report on Poverty and Hunger

    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Goal 1: Eradicate Extreme Poverty and Hunger a. Target 1A b. Target 1B 3. Some Corporate Initiatives in India 4. Critical Analysis and Advice 5. References Page 2 of 17 GOAL 1: ERADICATE EXTREME POVERTY AND HUNGER INTRODUCTION Extreme poverty, absolute...

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  • Swot Analysis of Livelihood Improvement Program - Japan

    SWOT Analysis of Livelihood Improvement Program - Japan By Gaurav Kochar The way Japan has gone about developing its rural areas is quite commendable. Even though the resources were limited, other hardships that came in the way, the zeal and enthusiasm shown by the Japanese to excel and do better in...

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  • Business

    AGARBATTI BUSINESS Sustainable Livelihood & Community Development Hyderabad, December’2010 Sustainability Challenges 33 % Rest India India is home to 33 % of global poor Mostly resident in Rural India Under $ 1.00 Under $ 1.25 Under $ 2.00 267 ( 24 % ) 456 ( 42 % ) ...

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  • Mgnregs and Development of Rural Economy

    DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL ECONOMY Introduction: The National Rural Employment Guarantee Act or MGNREGS is an Indian Job guarantee scheme, enacted by legislation on August 25, 2005. The scheme provides a legal guarantee for 100 days of employment in every financial year to adult members of any rural household...

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  • Rural

    ABSTRACT The main objective of rural livelihoods development is to establish efficient and effective institutional platforms of rural poor that enables them to increase household income through sustainable livelihood enhancements and improved access to financial and selected public services.Low levels...

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  • Nature of Food Problem in India Beforeand After Independence

    A RECENT publication, Food Insecurity Atlas of Urban India, brought out by the M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) and the World Food Programme (WFP) indicates that more than 38 per cent of children under the age of three in India's cities and towns are underweight and more than 35 per cent...

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  • India - Gujurat

    About WIRFP, GVT, MLSP and ODI The Western India Rainfed Farming Project (WIRFP) The Western India Rainfed Farming Project (WIRPF) is a DFID funded participatory rural development project which aims to improve in a sustainable manner the livelihoods of 800,000 poor tribal people and to evolve approaches...

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  • Finance

    Strategy 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 Recommendation 1: Financial Inclusion Centres for Information Provision and Protection of Low Income Clients Recommendation 2: Livelihood Finance for Vulnerability Reduction Addressing Structural Issues of Poverty Recommendation 3: Financial Deepening of Products and Processes Recommendation...

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  • Global Warming

    AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AND SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIVELIHOOD Dr. Narayan G. Hegde Trustee, BAIF Development Research Foundation, Pune 411 058 Abstract A majority of the Indian rural population is dependent on agro-based activities for their livelihood, but over 30 to 35% of them are threatened...

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  • Microfinance

    Self-Help Groups: A Keystone of Microfinance in India - Women empowerment & social security October 2005 CS Reddy, APMAS CEO Sandeep Manak, APMAS Intern Mahila Abhivruddhi Society, Andhra Pradesh (APMAS) Plot No. 20, Raju & Rao Colony Road No. 2, Banjara Hills Hyderabad – 500 034 Phone: 91-40-23547952...

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  • Executive Summary

    Executive summary of Action Research Segment 1. Village Study Component: BACKGROUND: India is considered as the home land of the most diverse and richest traditional and folk knowledge systems because of its unique cultural expressions which are directly or indirectly connected with environment...

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