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Authors: Vasanthakumari, D
Manivannan, C
Sudeep Kumar, NK
Kathiravan, G
TANUVAS
Title: IMPACT OF ADOPTION OF LIVESTOCK ORIENTED MICROENTERPRISES AMONG THE WOMEN SELF HELP GROUP MEMBERS IN MADURAI DISTRICT OF TAMIL NADU
Other Titles: International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology
Publisher: TANUVAS
Language: en
Type: Article
Pages: 537-548
Volume: 8
Series/Report no.: ;3
Agrotags: Veterinary Science
Keywords: Impact of livestock enterprise, self-help group, perceived impact, consequences of adoption
Abstract: A study was carried out to assess the impact of adoption of livestock oriented micro-enterprises in terms of direct and indirect consequences among the women self-help groups (SHG) in Madurai District, Tamil Nadu, India. The study was carried out with a sample size of 100 women SHG members as respondents. The data were collected by interview and were statistically analyzed and results interpreted. The major direct consequences perceived by majority of the members of women SHGs with respect to livestock oriented micro-enterprises in the order of their importance were, increase in expenditure on education, timely purchase of essential goods, standard of living, spending on emergency needs, self-confidence, investment in production purposes, income and health awareness. Increased repayment of debts by the respondents, we feeling, financial security, gender equality, involvement in decision making in home and farm activities, self-respect, status in family and society, self-worthiness and savings were the major indirect consequences perceived, in that order.
Description: TNV_IJSET_2019_8(3)537-548
Issue Date: 2019-06
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