3 edition of Employment generation through decentralised development of agriculture found in the catalog.
Employment generation through decentralised development of agriculture
I. C. Awasthi
Microfiche. New Delhi : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1998. 3 microfiches. Master microform held by: DLC.
|Statement||supervisor, S.B. Lal Saxena ; authors, I.C. Awasthi, Gayatri Pandey, T. Thankachan.|
|Series||IAMR report ;, no. 8/1996, IAMR report ;, no. 1996/8.|
|Contributions||Institute of Applied Manpower Research (India)|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 98/60154 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 182 leaves|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||98903618|
(Image from Farm Africa) Engaging youth in agriculture has been a prominent topic recently and has risen up the development agenda, as there is growing concern worldwide that young people have become disenchanted with agriculture. With most young people – around 85% – living in developing countries, where agriculture is likely to provide the main . Economic development and employment Economic growth is a fundamental requirement for the development of a country. For companies to invest and an economy to grow, stable environments, efficient institutions, functioning markets and access to sustainable financial services are all required.
agriculture’s role in economic growth remains critical to achieving all these goals. Second, even within a broader paradigm of agriculture for development, the world in which agriculture operates has changed drastically due to globalization, new technologies and institutions, and new more demanding Size: KB. In Rwanda the National Tax Decentralization Policy was approved in as mechanism to achieve good governance principles (through improved participation, promotion of transparency and accountability, and setting up responsive decentralized structures), enhance local economic development (through efficiency and effectiveness in implementation.
Thus development of agriculture sector is also relevant on political and social grounds. The development of agricultural sector would tend to increase the purchasing power of agriculturists which will help the growth of the non-agricultural sector of the country. It will provide a market for increased production. Through that, they are becoming economically independent and providing employment opportunities to others. This article deals with empowerment of rural women through entrepreneurship and the advantages entrepreneurship among the rural women. “Economic empowerment of women led to development of family and community ”.
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Is decentralisation good for development. This book offers insights and lessons that help us understand when the answer is 'Yes', and when it is No'. It shows us how decentralisation can be designed to drive development forward, and focuses attention on how institutional incentives can be created for governments to improve public sector performance and strengthen economies.
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It showcases the agriculture. employment generation in rural areas The majority of people in Asia and the Pacific still live in rural areas. In most cases, the main employer in rural areas is the agriculture sector.
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Rural Employment Generation Programme. Indian Government has always been serious in providing enough employment opportunities to the rural unemployed labor force. It is established that the development of the rural India is crucially important for the overall development. The thought of addressing this through a small number of large gas, hydro, coal or nuclear-fuelled power stations seems attractive at first, however the goals of supplying power for all in Africa, could be better addressed with de-centralised distributed generation, lots of smaller localised power stations to address the electrification needs.
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Its importance varies with the resources bases and stages of a country. of employment in the agricultural sector in South Africa. Section 5, entitled “study approach,” presents the methodology applied in this study.
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Kenya is the largest food and agricultural products importer in east Author: Haradhan Kumar Mohajan.Research projects and technology development funded through Norwegian programmes, could be used to forge stronger links between higher education and research institutions, Malawian research and experiment stations, and the decentralised District Agricultural Development Offices and Extension Planning Areas at local levels, thus contributing toFile Size: KB.