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Principles and limitations of integrated rural development
|Statement||compiledby Michael von Boguslawski.|
|Series||Materialen des Zentrums fu r Regionale Entwicklungsforschung der Justus-Liebig-Universita t Giessen -- Bd.2|
|Contributions||Boguslawski, Michael von., Justus-Liebig-Universita t Giessen. Zentrum fu r regionale Entwicklungsforschung.|
d) determine on the basis of certain principles and criteria what mix of the development components will have the maximum effect in achieving a particular objective 13th FAO Regional Conference for Latin America defined integrated rural development as “an integrated set of planned and coordinated actions carried out at different levels by the. Sustainable rural community development is necessary in order to achieve more integrated and sustainable rural areas with a better environment and a higher quality of life. Only once rural areas offer a lively, secure and sustainable living environment will . The Integrated Rural Development Program (IRDP) was launched by the Government of India during and implemented during The aim of the program is to provide employment opportunities to the poor as well as opportunities to develop their skill sets so as to improve their living conditions. Principles of Community Development We value innovation and entrepreneurship in seeking new ways to respond to the challenges of distressed communities. We are dedicated to a set of principles that: Promote active and representative citizen participation so that community members can meaningfully influence decisions that affect their situation.
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1 agriculture and rural development In order to report efficiently on the objectives outlined in Chapter 3, they have been clustered into logical groupings and structured into, as outlined below.
For the development of the rural areas, during recent pdf, the concept of integrated rural development has been widely accepted, and the aim of this paper is to introduce this concept and the problems of its operationalization.(ii) Along with increasing job opportunities in urban areas, there is a need to devise an integrated rural development program whereby the incomes of rural workers could be increased.
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