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State of India’s Livelihoods Report 2017
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State of India’s Livelihoods Report 2017
An ACCESS Publication

First Edition


February 2018 | 228 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd

State of India’s Livelihoods Report (SOIL Report) is an annual publication that addresses contemporary issues in the livelihoods sector. It is the only document that aggregates the experiences and challenges of this sector, analyses case studies and reports progress of both government-run and the privately run programmes. This report is released each year during the Livelihoods Asia Summit, which is a pan-Asia platform that presents opportunities for cross-learning and sharing of unique experiences within the countries in this region.

While some core chapters are continued from the previous years’ reports in order to provide stability to the structure of the report, the authors have covered some interesting new themes. An overview of the economic situation in the past years and a concluding chapter on dealing with equity and inclusion in growth are part of this year’s report. In addition to this, two chapters on agricultural livelihoods and tribal livelihoods are new areas of in-depth focus. The report also covers policies, legal and fiscal framework for livelihoods, and key government programmes and schemes. Further, the authors have re-evaluated the employment and skills landscape, CSR and FPOs after a year’s gap.

 
Foreword by Vipin Sharma
 
Preface
 
Overview
 
The Policy and Fiscal Framework
 
Government Programmes
 
Agriculture-based Livelihoods
 
Livelihoods of Tribals in Central India
 
Employment, Skill Development and Employability
 
Farmer Producer Organisations
 
Corporate Social Responsibility—Has It Become a Pursuit of Choice?
 
Conclusion—Towards Equitable Growth and Sharing Economy
 
References

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ISBN: 9789352805808
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