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by Uttam Kumar Deb,G. D. Nageswara Rao,Y. Mohan Rao

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  • Author: Uttam Kumar Deb,G. D. Nageswara Rao,Y. Mohan Rao
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The findings from this re-survey of two villages raise important policy challenges for government and . Mohan Rao, . Slater, R. Diversification and Livelihood Options: A Study of Two Villages in Andhra Pradesh, India 1975&.

The findings from this re-survey of two villages raise important policy challenges for government and other stakeholders in Mahbubnagar District, in Andhra Pradesh and in the semi-arid tropics of India more generally. Whilst government policy and state interventions are made along sectoral lines, household livelihoods are highly diverse.

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Diversification and Livelihood Options: A Study of Two Villages in Andhra Pradesh, India. Mohan Rao Rachel Slater.

Diversification and livelihood options: A study of two villages in Andhra Pradesh, India 1975–2001. UK Deb, GD Nageswara Rao, YM Rao, R Slater. Overseas Development Institute, 2002. UK Deb, MCS Bantilan. Crop variety improvement and its effects on productivity, 2003. UK Deb. Unpublished Ph.

Diversification and Livelihood Options: A Study of Two Villages in Andhra Pradesh, India, 1975–2001. Studies have also shown that most rural children’s intellectual development between six and twelve years of age is below average or average. These programmes need fine tuning, however, to effect lasting changes for the worst affected groups.

Deb UK, Nageswara Rao GD, Mohan Rao Y, Slater R (2002) Diversification and livelihood options: a study of two villages in Andhra Pradesh, 1975–2001 Working Paper 178, London, Overseas Development InstituteGoogle.

Deb UK, Nageswara Rao GD, Mohan Rao Y, Slater R (2002) Diversification and livelihood options: a study of two villages in Andhra Pradesh, 1975–2001 Working Paper 178, London, Overseas Development InstituteGoogle Scholar. Djurfeldt G, Athreya V, Jayakumar N, Lindberg S, Rajagopal A, Vidyasagar R (2008) Agrarian change and social mobility in Tamil Nadu. Econ Polit Wkly 43(45):50–61Google Scholar. epartment of Geographical and Life SciencesCanterbury Christ Church, KentUK. entre for Development Environment and Policy (CeDEP), School of Oriental and African StudiesUniversity of LondonLondonUK.

Diversification and Livelihood Options: A Study of Two Villages in Andhra Pradesh, India . Village Study Methodology and Resource Endowments of the Selected Villages in ICRISAT’s Village Level Studies’. Economics Programme Occasional Paper 16.

Diversification and Livelihood Options: A Study of Two Villages in Andhra Pradesh, India 1975–2001’. ODI Working Paper 178. London: Overseas Development Institute, 12-4. Deshingkar, P. (2006). Internal Migration, Poverty and Development in Asia’. ODI Briefing Paper 11. London: Overseas Development Institute. Gandhi, B. V. J. (2003). Hyderabad: ICRISAT. Migration and the Spread of HIV in South Africa’. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University.

Deb, U K and Nageswara Rao, G D and Rao, Y M and Slater, R (2002) Diversification and Livelihood Options . Mahbubnagar District experienced drought in 1997–8 and between 1999 and 2001. The intervening years were characterised by only average rainfall.

Deb, U K and Nageswara Rao, G D and Rao, Y M and Slater, R (2002) Diversification and Livelihood Options: A Study of Two Villages in Andhra Pradesh, India 1975–2001.

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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) has been reported in a few coastal regions of Srikakulam district and Chimakurthy mandal (~30-40 km away from the coast) in the Prakasham district of Andhra Pradesh, India. Some medical experts and the local population have apprehensions that the drinking water is the sole reason for this disease in these areas. As the source of drinking water for these two regions is only groundwater, major ions and trace elements were measured on waters from different sources to identify the causative element(s), if any.

Principal Investigator (2001), Diversification and Livelihood Options: A Study of Two Villages in Andhra Pradesh, India, 1975–2001, Implementing Organization(s) ICRISAT, Funded by Overseas Development Institute (ODI), UK. Return to see all hosts. Heliophysics Science.



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