• Rural Livelihood
    National Civil Society Conference What it takes to Eradicate Poverty December 4 – 6, 2007 THE CHANGING FACES OF RURAL LIVELIHOODS IN INDIA Theme Paper Trends Shocks Seasonality Markets Credit Seasonal Migration Education Health Employment Infrastructure Source: NADEL-ETH, SDC – 2007...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Rural Development Sector: Evidences from India
    of rural development in India. For the purpose of analysis CSR initiatives for rural development were classified under five areas: livelihood, health, education, environment and infrastructure. Limitations The main limitation of this paper is that this study has only focused on a small sample of...
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  • Implications of Migration for Pro-Poor Agricultural Growth
    Livelihood and Coping Strategies in Semi-arid India: Synthesis of Macro- and Micro-level Findings. NRSP Project R7558. Chatham: Natural Resources Institute. Coulibaly S. (1984) Rural Impact of Migration (Sierra Leone) IDRC Project: 820142 Dayal H. and A. K. Karan 2003. Labour Migration From Jharkhand...
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  • Nihant
    for long been one of the causes of concern for the policymakers. Many in rural India lack access to education, nutrition, health care, sanitation, land and other assets and they are trapped into poverty. As 70 percent of the country’s population mainly in rural areas lack access to primary health...
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  • Undp
    Government Partners The Planning Commission, Government of India Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India Ministry...
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  • Impact of Dairy Farming on Livelihood of Landless Women of Mehsana District, Gujarat
    References Waldie, K; Ramkumar, S and Rao, S.V.N : Dairy farming by landless women in southern states of India A study on improvement in Rural livelihood through Dairy farming. Retried from http://www.nird.org.in/NIRD_Docs/ven_finrepo.pdf Sustainable livelihoods guidance...
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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...
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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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  • ict for rural areas
    capability or skills as indispensable input indicators. It includes three proxy indicators (adult literacy, 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...
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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...
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  • Kv Eco
    how poverty was a major challenge facing India. We also came to know that the majority of the poor live in rural areas where they do not have access to the basic necessities of life. Agriculture is the major source of livelihood in the rural sector. Mahatma Gandhi once said that the real...
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  • Rural
    United Kingdom (DFID) has made a substantial contribution to improving rural livelihoods in India. This has been mainly achieved by supporting programmes led by state governments in Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal. These programmes have adopted different approaches – from...
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  • Microfinance
    conducted a series of research studies independently and in association with MYRADA, a leading non-governmental organization (NGO) from Southern India, which showed that despite having a wide network of rural bank branches servicing the rural poor, a very large number of the poorest of the poor...
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  • CSR Report on Poverty and Hunger
    industrial houses and other organizations elsewhere with similar Socio-economic situation in India. 3. Networking with agencies- Government, nongovernment- national & International for bringing best available resources and practices to the rural community it works with. Strategy: Enhance...
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  • Mgnregs and Development of Rural Economy
    with an aim of improving the purchasing power of the rural people, primarily semi or un-skilled work to people living in rural India, whether or not they are below the poverty line. Around one-third of the stipulated work force is women. It has renamed as Mahatma Gandhi Rural Employment Guarantees Act...
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  • Executive Summary
    sections of the society. I also learnt that provision of skill as a part of livelihood promotion is a better option and will be welcomed by the needy people whole heartedly. Rural Action Component 1. Utilisation of local resources for ensuring food security and income generation among the Kanikkar...
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  • The Legacy of Malthus
    India in search of livelihood. This forces rural poor to go in search of livelihood for semi permanent or short duration. In the overall migrant population, differences across caste groups are not significant, but ST and SC migrants are more involved in short duration migrants. Bihar also sees...
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  • Nature of Food Problem in India Beforeand After Independence
    do not have access to toilet facilities and nearly 8 per cent of urban households are unable to find safe drinking water. This publication is the second in a three-part series. The Food Insecurity Atlas of Rural India was released in 2001 and the Sustainability of Food Security Atlas of India is...
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  • Poverty in India
    predominantly due to impoverishment of rural peasantry that forces them to migrate to big cities to find livelihood. In this process they lose even the open space or habitat they had in villages, albeit without food and other basic amenities. In the cities, though they get food but other sanitary facilities...
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  • Livelihood Constraints
    domestic market and limited capacity to service international markets. Question:- How important are forests to rural livelihoods in India? (aggregated) What are the determinants of the relative importance of forest income?...
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