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By Vishwambhar Prasad Sati, Lalrinpuia Vangchhia
This ebook provides a socio-economic and livelihood research of agriculturally-dependent groups of Mizoram, the japanese extension of the Himalaya, utilizing the sustainable livelihood strategy. Such an method of poverty aid is inevitable, quite, in parts the place livelihoods count principally on biomass-based agriculture and cattle creation. Mizoram possesses considerable common assets – land, water and woodland – yet these assets are mostly unused. The zone suffers from power poverty and malnutrition, and weather swap has additional prompted livelihood styles. This paintings reports the entire points of typical potentials and livelihood prestige in Mizoram. It additionally discusses the most important riding forces that impact livelihood styles. in response to a close research of empirical information, a number of coverage measures are instructed to deal with power poverty and malnutrition. The booklet is hence hugely important for all stakeholders; scholars, researchers, academicians, coverage makers and politicians taken with rural/community development.
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25 % population) involved in shifting cultivation. The data regarding the number of families involved in shifting cultivation are not accurate as GBPIHED (2006) reports that there were 50,000 families involved in shifting cultivation. Singh and Ramakrishnan (1982) observed that shifting cultivators comprise 82 % of the rural main workers and few urban main workers are also involved in shifting cultivation. Similarly, about 1,500 government employees were indirectly engaged in its practices as their secondary activity.
Transportation 43 Waterways Mizoram is a landlocked state. Possibility of inland waterways is less. Meanwhile, a proposal to connect Mizoram with Myanmar through waterways under Kaladan multipurpose river project is under process. Hydropower Potential Hydropower potential is high in Mizoram as its total capacity to generate hydroelectricity is 4,500 MW. 7 % potential is harnessed through small-scale/micro hydropower projects. 9 MWs electricity is produced through thermal power whereas its power demand is 107 MWs.
A Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction: An Empirical Analysis of Mizoram, the Eastern Extension of the Himalaya by Vishwambhar Prasad Sati, Lalrinpuia Vangchhia