1 edition of Agricultural production cycle and rural poverty in Bangladesh found in the catalog.
Agricultural production cycle and rural poverty in Bangladesh
by Centre on Integrated Rural Development for Asia and the Pacific in Dhaka
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 127-128).
|Statement||M.A. Hamid ... [et al.].|
|Series||MAP focus study series ;, no. 7|
|Contributions||Hamid, Mohammad Abdul., Center on Integrated Rural Development for Asia and the Pacific.|
|LC Classifications||HC440.8.Z9 P612 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 128 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||98915405|
BRAC has become one of the largest indigenous NGOs in the world since its beginnings in This book contains an overview of BRAC programmes in credit, education, health, and agricultural extension work with poor communities, and how BRAC is organised. It includes: * The Bangladesh context and impetus for BRAC;Cited by: Abstract. Bangladesh has the lowest per capita arable land in the world (less than hectare) and a high population density. Over 50 per cent of rural households are functionally landless, owning less than hectares of by:
We currently have an active portfolio in Bangladesh amounting to about US$ 1 billion (about BDT crore) aimed at rural economic growth and poverty reduction, agriculture sector modernization and commercialization, climate change mitigation and adaptation, women’s empowerment and youth agenda, food security and nutrition, and micro-enterprise growth and job creation. The book covers a wide range of issues, including determinants and causes of poverty and its changes; consequences and impacts of poverty on human capital formation, growth and consumption; assessment of poverty strategies and policies; the role of government, NGOs and other institutions in poverty reduction; rural-urban migration and poverty.
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The rural economy in Bangladesh has powerfully advanced economic growth and substantially reduced poverty, especially sincebut the remarkable transformation and unprecedented dynamism in rural Bangladesh remain an underexplored, underappreciated, and largely untold story.
Findings of the Poverty Assessment Report (PAR) challenged the perception of agriculture as a backward sector and revealed that growth in farm income drove nearly half of the reduction in poverty in Bangladesh between andand that farm income emerged substantially more powerful as a driver of poverty reduction as the decade progressed.
Aquaculture seed and feed production and management in Bangladesh - status, issues and constraints. This document presents the findings of an FAO TCPF Project “Identification and understanding of key technical, economic and social constraints to seed and feed production and management in Bangladesh”.
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Yet, the present paper points out a. The success of the agricultural and rural programs in Bangladesh is reflected in the reduction in the poverty incidence in the rural sector from almost 54 percent in the to about Contributor: Mahabub Hossain Publication Period: July This paper was prepared as part of CPD’s ongoing agricultural policy research and advocacy activities with IRRI under the PETRRA project.
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beekeeping, its expansion and development is undeniable and its potentiality is vast in favor of the agriculture based rural economy of Bangladesh.
Because, a remarkable achievement may be made in the field of agricultural and horticultural production through File Size: KB. Globally, extreme poverty continues to be overwhelmingly rural: an estimated 79 per cent of those experiencing poverty live in rural areas.1 With latest figures indicating that in there were.
Bangladesh’s rural economy, and specifically agriculture, have been powerful drivers of poverty reduction in Bangladesh since Indeed, agriculture accounted for 90 percent of the reduction in poverty between and More than 70 percent of Bangladesh’s population and 77 percent of its workforce lives in rural areas.
agricultural and rural credit by expanding banking services to rural areas, making the farmers accustomed to banking activities and to promote financial inclusion. This policy support is expected to continue stimulating the agricultural production and help to reduce rural poverty.
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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Dynamics of Rural Manufacturer: World Bank Publications. Agriculture Environment Knowledge about this information will help policy makers understand the rate of growth, or lack thereof, of the basic staple food in Bangladesh.
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This paper examines the impacts of rural road projects using household-level panel data from Bangladesh. Rural road investments are found to reduce poverty significantly through higher agricultural production, higher wages, lower input and transportation costs, and higher output prices.
Rural roads also lead to higher girls' and boys' schooling. Poultry Production for livelihood improvement and poverty alleviation 3 poverty is not only a question of money – the causes are frequently multidimensional. Fig-ure 1 illustrates how several factors, including physical weakness, isolation, lack of power and vulnerability, may reinforce each other and deepen poverty.
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The State of Food and Agriculture IN BRIEF Social protection and agriculture: breaking the cycle of rural poverty ©FAO/S. Gallagher Cover photo: the Chairperson of the Dundat-Urguu forest user group in Mongolia with his family.rural employment (female), agricultural production, domestic credit to GDP ratio, per capita income, remittance as an independent variables to examine the determinants of rural poverty in Bangladesh for the sample period from to These two sets of findings are overall consistent with the earlier cross-country findings reported in Christiaensen, Demery and Kuhl () and underscore the continuing role agriculture could play in accelerating poverty reduction, especially in Africa, where the world’s poverty is increasingly concentrating, and South Asia, which also still houses one third of the world’s extreme poor Cited by: 7.