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Record ID: APTM/2001/0021
Document Type: Report
Title: Participatory Tribal Development Project Assisted by IFAD - Impact Evaluation
Researcher: Agricultural Finance Corporation Limited Hyderabad
Tribal Cultural Research & Training Institute Andhra Pradesh
Editor/Author: Tribal Cultural Research & Training Institute Andhra Pradesh
Guide: Agricultural Finance Corporation Limited Hyderabad
Keywords: Impact Evaluation
Financial Proposal
Minor Forest Produce
Firms Experience
Sector: Monitoring & Evaluation
University: Department of Tribal Welfare Government of Andhra Pradesh
Completed Date: Jul-2020
Abstract: The above background in perspective both IFAD and Tribal Welfare Department wanted that an impact Evaluation of APTDP assisted by IFAD be carried out during 2001-2002 accordingly Commissionerate of Tribal Welfare. In most of the developing countries including India, Tribals remain as most disadvantaged section of society in terms of poverty, illiteracy, mal-nutrition, poor health status and lack of access to social and technical services. The three main sources of income in tribal areas of the state are (a) Agricultural Production (b) Wage Employment (c ) Earning from Minor Forest Produce. The Evaluation Studies as has been contemplated by Tribal Welfare Department, under APTDP require both the collection of quantitative information and judgments on process which are the qualitative in nature. The qualitative on process is critically dependent on the caliber of Researcher carrying out the studies. The Researchers of TCR&TI by virtue of their long association with the development of tribals in Andhra Pradesh have gained substantial experience in assessing the qualitative impact of various development of tribals.
Pagination: 91
Tribal Research Institutes: Tribal Research Institute, Andhra Pradesh
Record ID: APTM/2001/0021
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