3 edition of manual on integrated rural development (for village, block, and district planning) found in the catalog.
manual on integrated rural development (for village, block, and district planning)
Abdul L. Thaha
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Abdul L. Thaha, Mumtaz Thaha.|
|LC Classifications||HN690.Z9 C6828 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||80902956|
Related Introduction to Rural Development. It had a long innings of over a decade. Please contact google or the content providers to delete copyright contents if any and email us, we'll remove relevant links or contents immediately. The Concept of integrated Rural Development 1.
Please respect the publisher and the author for their creations if their books are copyrighted. In the first week of JanuaryI received, along with New Year's greetings, an enquiry from him about the status of the book. And then a sense of wonder that so much experience and wisdom could be packed into such a small volume. But a book I am sure I would again want to read.
For the development of the rural areas, during recent years, the concept of integrated rural development has been widely accepted, and the aim of this paper is to introduce this concept and the problems of its operationalization. But a book I am sure I would again want to read. A book that had a profound influence on me, and I know on many others working in community health at that time. Singh and his family.
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Dr Sugata Ghosh, Vice-President, Commissioning and Ms Anjana Saproo, Commissioning Editor, facilitated the project by providing me the Microsoft Word version of the second edition of the book and rendering valuable advice from time to time. This approach can be characterized as an attempt to promote development by applying economic principles derived from experiences in developed countries.
Chapter 7 and Chapters 9 — 11 are new chapters. And I wonder how Robert Chambers would write it now, if updating it? A book that had a profound influence on me, and I know on many others working in community health at that time.
But, as far as I know, no good textbook on the subject has since appeared. So the real credit for this edition of the book must go to Mr Tejeshwar Singh, and I am manual on integrated rural development book to him for this, as also for his comments and his personal interest in this project.
I had started on Freire's 'Pedagogy of the Oppressed' but struggled with the impenetrable language. Read : Introduction to Rural Development pdf book online Select one of servers for direct link: Copy manual on integrated rural development book link: Copyright Disclaimer: All books are the property of their respective owners.
Related Introduction to Rural Development. Introduction Over the last couple of years, the disappointment over the results of past development efforts in many countries has manual on integrated rural development book growing in the world at large.
All search results are from google search results. So it was as a parched traveller searching for a cool oasis in the middle of the desert that I came across this powerful book.
A book that quite simply, you couldn't put down. For the development of the rural areas, during recent years, the concept of integrated rural development has been widely accepted, and the aim of this paper is to introduce this concept and the problems of its operationalization. It was not fully realized that the conditions in developing countries were far more different, as regards for instance factors like the rate of population increase, the degree of international communication, the educational level, the availability of new technologies, the value system of the population, to mention only a few examples.
Chapter 7 is exclusively devoted to the presentation and discussion of a new strategy of sustainable development. So returning to it a quarter of a century later, how does it stand up to the test of time? This edition comprises 15 chapters as against 16 chapters in the second edition.
Besides, retaining the salient features of the Integrated Rural Development Programme Chapter 12it also includes salient features of a few other programmes not included in the second edition, such as the Public Distribution System, and new sections on rural poverty scenario and the un-employment scenario.
The chapter retains all the salient features of the earlier programmes but omits unnecessary details. Dr Anil Shishodia helped me with information about relevant websites.
I wrote back to Mr Singh in the affirmative and set a deadline for the end of January for myself. And then a sense of wonder that so much experience and wisdom could be packed into such a small volume. The overwhelming success of the first two editions of the book, which together had a long innings of over two decades, provided me the rationale for revising the book.
At the same time I was reading some helpful and very practical articles on primary health care in the highly influential magazine 'Contact' produced by the World Council of Churches.
But what I lacked was a book that would bridge the theory and practice of health and development.Get this from a library! A manual on integrated rural development (for village, block, and district planning).
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