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MSME role for new India

Note- This  paper I have contributed for one magazine  Abstract Across the globe, when global slowdown is common norm policy makers are focusing and understanding the worth of “Small is Beautiful” concept for nation growth and countering unemployment challenge. Fourth Census of MSMEs the Reported that total number of MSMEs in India is 3.6 crores … Continue reading

“Sustainable Livelihood Intervention with Kotwalia (PTG) Tribe in South Gujarat Region” – Case study

Note- It was one of the case which we wrote when I was working with AKRSP (I). We won first all India case study prize under Sitaram Rav case study competition in 2012 organised by Access livelihood initiative Delhi. We won 1 Lakh rs cash price and that we contributed to this livelihood initiative.   Preface- … Continue reading

Input supply activity by AKRPS (I) in Dangs district

Input supply activity by AKRPS (I) in Dangs district In Dangs district Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India), is working since 2010 and at present we are working in around 90 villages. Paddy is the major Kharif crop here and in up-hills and sloppy land farmers grow millets and pulses also. Here already hybrid seeds … Continue reading

First encounter with Conservation Agriculture

Two months back Pramod ji (Senior Manger, Agriculture) gave me a folder and told that it has Amir Presentation and details of conservation agriculture; direct question struck in my mind “So what, what I can do”. Anyways I just copied in my laptop and never dared to open it.  Day before yesterday Amir visit was … Continue reading

Picture speaks more than words

In Dangs we have taken different agriculture interventions and all has its own relevance for sustaining livelihood. SRI and amrit pani type of activities we have promoted among all the farmers. three tier cropping system and horticulture for them who have irrigation facility. SCI ( System of chick pea intensification) is for innovative farmers in … Continue reading

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