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FROM POVERTY TO PROSPERITY: BUILDING RURAL INSTITUTIONS FOR LIVELIHOOD PROMOTION AMONG POOR WOMEN

@inproceedings{Purnima2013FROMPT,
  title={FROM POVERTY TO PROSPERITY: BUILDING RURAL INSTITUTIONS FOR LIVELIHOOD PROMOTION AMONG POOR WOMEN},
  author={K. S. Purnima and K. Bhagyalakshmi},
  year={2013}
}
The South Asia Poverty Alleviation Project (SAPAP) was a pilot project implemented in three districts of Andhra Pradesh, India with the financial assistance of UNDP using a community based approach to combat rural poverty. Promotion of sustainable livelihoods and asset creation at community level through the process of social mobilization and capacity building f the poor women was integral aspect of the project. The objective was women empowerment through strong grass root organization, skill… Expand

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