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Author: Padma D Jayaweera
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The Role of the Co-operatives in Poverty Alleviation: A Case Study of Sri Lanka. in the Staff Studies, Vo. 4, No. 1&2, P. 7-111 Central Bank, Sri Lanka. Report of the Royal Commission on the Co-operative Movement in Sri Uinka.
The Role of the Co-operatives in Poverty Alleviation: A Case Study of Sri Lanka. De. Jayaweera, P. 1995. The Role of the Co-operatives in Poverty Alleviation: A Case Study of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka National Library Services Board: Sri Lanka. Cited in The co-operative movement of Sri Lanka, by . Gunasekera, P. 9. Co-operative Management Services Centre: Colombo.
Government policy, Poverty, Cooperative societies.
When considering the authentic relationship, finally we concluded that rural tourism is an effective tool for poverty alleviation in Sri Lanka as compared to other poverty alleviation instruments. Colombo, Sri Lanka (2002) and the Seminar on Poverty Alleviation through Sustainable Tourism Development, held in Katmandu, Nepal (2003). Yet tourism has only very recently been recogised by some aid donors, some international funding agencies, and some segments of the industry as an appropriate instrument for poverty reduction (WTO, 2000).
Impact assessment of irrigation infrastructure development on poverty alleviation: A case study from Sri Lanka. Although there is much interest in poverty reduction, there are few agreed upon strategies to effectively reduce poverty. Poverty Issues in Sri Lanka. Towards New Empirical insights.
Co-operative as a poverty alleviation programme. However, it is important to find out what poverty is all about and the meaning of cooperative by different scholars, and merge the two together for us to have a clearer of the purpose of this study. According to Oxford dictionary, poverty is a state of being poor. It is inability of a household to generate adequate income for the maintenance of the house members. That is to say, it can be defined from the point of view of income, and that is the general intake by which poverty can be evaluated.
Poverty in Sri Lanka continues to be a large problem. Sri Lanka's life expectancy and literacy rate are nearly on par with those of developed countries, and even top the rankings for the South Asia region. While all these indicate that Sri Lanka should be experiencing a high standard of living, until recently it has only ranked in the medium category of the Human Development Index (HDI).
Many advance societies have embraced the co-operative form of enterprise while other are embracing it at a fast rate. This is based on the belief that the organisation has a lot to offer. No doubt, co-operative can enhance the standard of living of people. Historically, co-operatives have developed in response to some difficult situation.
Alleviation: a case study of selected Co-operative as a poverty alleviation programme.
Alleviation: a case study of selected. Cooperative societies in kaduna south local. In the findings, the cooperative societies have alleviated poverty in Kaduna South Local Government Area by measures of their activities in and around the territories. It also noted that they encountered some difficulties in carrying out their activities, among which is poor management. Co-operative as a poverty alleviation programme.
Thus, this chapter examines the case of poverty in Pakistan, the . Role of NGOs and civil society.
Thus, this chapter examines the case of poverty in Pakistan, the government’s efforts for reducing poverty, and the need to improve the social policy structure in the country. In this regard, institutions that certainly affect individual preferences are considered. Recent trends of poverty in Pakistan are being presented in Table 1. Year. Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF) was founded in 1997 by the government to help poor through loans. There is a close connection between NGOs, civil society, and democracy in any country.
This growth in retical debates to case studies of natural disasters and cutting income paired with loss of wealth may be an indicator of unsus- edge projects in social entrepreneurship. tainable development, due in part to resource exploitation and This book is the result of a partnership between Fordham environmental contamination