The Role of Self-Help Groups in Rural Non-Farm Employment

Abstract

Self- help groups (SHGs) play today a major role in poverty alleviation in rural India. A growing number of poor people (mostly women) in various parts of India are members of SHGs and actively engage in savings and credit (S/C), as well as in other activities (income generation, natural resources management, literacy, child care and nutrition, etc.). This paper attempts to identify the role of SHGs in providing Rural Non-Farm Employment (RNFE) through enterprise development and marketing.

Citation

Adolph, B. The Role of Self-Help Groups in Rural Non-Farm Employment. Natural Resources Institute, Chatham, UK (2003) 13 pp.

The Role of Self-Help Groups in Rural Non-Farm Employment

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