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New Agriculture Technology, Skill Formation, Food Security and Poverty Reduction in Rural Asia: A Comparison of Three Projects from India, China and Bangladesh

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The present paper compares the strategies, capacity building processes and outcomes/impacts of three projects during the period 2005-10. The project area covered by the study are located as follows: i) Jhalda-2/Barra Bazar/ blocks in Puruliya district of West Bengal (India),, (ii) Luo Yang Township of Huang Jiang County in Guangxi province( China) and (iii) Greater Rangpur in Bangladesh

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  • Neela Mukherjee, 2010. "New Agriculture Technology, Skill Formation, Food Security and Poverty Reduction in Rural Asia: A Comparison of Three Projects from India, China and Bangladesh," Working Papers id:3098, eSocialSciences.
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    1. Khandker, Shahidur R., 2009. "Poverty and income seasonality in Bangladesh," Policy Research Working Paper Series 4923, The World Bank.
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    Asia; agriculture technology; India; china; Bangladesh; policy initiatives; rural development; agricultural development; rural; cross-country achievements;

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