Tracking Change in Rural Poverty in Household and Village Economics in South Asia

Published on 30 March 2011

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Timeline

Start Date: 1 May 2009 | End Date: 30 April 2011

Overview

–     The project seeks to improve the quantity and quality of time-series meso- and micro-data so that decision-making is based on evidence on impacts on the poor.  The project is driven by three initiatives: the compilation of longitudinal household, individual, and field data over five years in 42 villages, the assembly of secondary meso-level agricultural data into integrated data bases for distribution, and the nurturing of policy and data analysis, and capacity building. This project is guided by over 30 years of previous work that establishes a basis for structuring partnerships to enhance sustainability, for assessing risk, and for innovating over time.  That experience shows that a large share of the benefits from the proposed work will accrue to society years after its projected completion.  Tracking poverty should be interpreted broadly as the proposal’s foci is on why and how changes in natural hazards, government programs, market prices, and institutions are mediated in village and district settings and affect the poor over time.

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One Response to “Tracking Change in Rural Poverty in Household and Village Economics in South Asia”

  1. Anil Kumar says:

    Respectet sir,

    Myself Anil Kumar working as a Research Associate in the project intitled ” Tracking Changes in Rural Poverty in Household and Village economics in South Asia” at ICAR-RCER, Patna, Here for me only monetering work and data coorrection of eight village of Jharkhand and Bihar,

    Sir, i have done M Sc Agricuture Statistics, and interesting to do regarding Statistical Analysis for which need to have spcial Training like “SAS”

    Therefore, You are requested to fullfill my requrement, For which I sall ever be greatfull to you.
    With Regards
    Thanking You

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