Rural Development
The social changes resulting from development programmes such as building dams, rapid industrialisation, encroachment to the tribal areas etc. has created ecological degradation of tribal area to the worst there by making their entity as endanger species of human being. These problems are unhistorical for the tribal. In fact, these are the emerging challenges, which development administrator and social workers will have to face. The economy of the once-isolated group that is the tribal has become the main focal point in recent times. There has been an earnest effort on the part of the national government to bring the isolated group into mainstream of national life. With the avowed objective of uplifting various developmental programmes in the tribal areas of Gujarat state. Realising that tribal economy is mostly uni-sectoral economy with a potential for development in other sectors like forestry and industry, the government made serious efforts in the past and is now contemplating transformation of the tribal economy with a view to bringing it on par with other rural areas of the state.One phenomenon inherent in the nature of the purl society of the Indian subcontinent is the coexistence—often in a narrow space—of populations varying greatly in the level of material and intellectual development. Confrontation and eventually harmonization are the two possible outcomes of such a state of affairs, and this research study focuses on the social, economical, environmental and ecological problems created by the mounting influence of economically advanced and politically powerful groups on autochthonous societies which persisted until recently in an archaic and in many respects primitive life-style
Micro-Finance is emerging as a powerful instrument for poverty alleviation in the new economy. In India, micro-Finance scene is dominated by Self Help Groups (SHGs) - Banks linkage Programme, aimed at providing a cost effective mechanism for providing financial services to the 'unreached poor'. Based on the philosophy of peer pressure and group savings as collateral substitute, the SHG programme has been successful in not only designing financial products meeting peculiar needs of the rural poor, but also in strengthening collective self-help capacities of the poor at the local level, leading to their empowerment. The organization is intend to provide the following type of services for rural development
  • Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP)
  • Supply of Improved Toolkits to Rural Artisans (SITRA)
  • Rural Sanitation Programme
  • Training of Rural Youth for Self-Employment (TRYSEM)
  • Anti Poverty Programmes
  • Credit and Promotional concept for women and poor girls

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