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Local organization and rural development

Milton J. Esman

Local organization and rural development

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by Milton J. Esman

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Published by Rural Development Committee, Center for International Studies, Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMilton J. Esman and NormanT. Uphoff.
SeriesSpecial series on rural local organization / Cornell University. Rural Development Committee -- 7
ContributionsUphoff, Norman T.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13809366M

  Based on interviews with more than 1, mayors, local officials, and farmers in municipal territories in four Latin American nations, the authors analyze the ways in which different forms of decentralization affect the governance arrangements for rural development “on the ground.”Cited by: of rurality and rural development. Next, we explore the link between poverty and rurality. Then we discuss the role of agriculture in development, rural development and poverty reduction. We then discuss contexts in which spatial constraints make a sectoral (agricultural) development entry point necessary. Finally some concluding remarks are.

rural development in the United States. Ruy Teixeira and Larry Mishel show that de- clining growth in the demand for well-educated, high-skill rural workers undermines the argument that a larger supply of such workers would boost rural development ef- forts. In terms of demand-based strategies for rural development. Rick Reeder and. adoption of ICTs by rural people.2 These include the study, ‘Discovering the Magic Box: Local appropriation of ICTs’.3 Local appropriation of ICTs broadly means that rural communities are able to make use of, adapt, sometimes own, but certainly benefit from information and communication activities brought about by ICT based interventions.

NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN RURAL BUANCHOR OF CROSS RIVER STATE OF NIGERIA by AKINTOYE OLUYEMI AYORINDE. local communities. But lasting development within rural communities also relies on less tangible components of development, such as co mmunity ownership, local leadership, action, “rethinking”, and motivation. Indeed, the “co n-crete” benefits of community development, such as employment andFile Size: 66KB.


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