3 edition of Female-headed households in rural Bangladesh found in the catalog.
Female-headed households in rural Bangladesh
Mannan, M. A.
With reference to three villages of Comilla District, Bangladesh.
|Series||CPD-UNFPA programme on population and sustainable development -- paper 10, a CPD-UNFPA paper -- 10|
|Contributions||Centre for Policy Dialogue (Bangladesh)|
|LC Classifications||HQ1745.6.Z9A-.Z9ZC (H9)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||2008335899|
Dynamics of rural growth in Bangladesh: sustaining poverty reduction (English) Abstract. The rural economy in Bangladesh has been a powerful source of economic growth and has substantially reduced poverty, especially since , but the remarkable transformation and unprecedented dynamism in rural Bangladesh are an underexplored, underappreciated Cited by: 4. The study of poverty dynamics is important for effective poverty alleviation policies because the changes in income poverty are also accompanied by changes in socioeconomic factors such as literacy, gender parity in school, health care, infant mortality, and asset holdings. In order to examine the dynamics of poverty, information from 1, households in 32 rural villages in Bangladesh was.
and a half decades for both male and female headed households in Bangladesh. The rates of decrement, however, have slowed down in the last five years. The incidence of poverty, among female headed households, has dropped from per cent in to in with an annual rate of per cent. On the other hand, the incidence of. This book examines rural poverty in Bangladesh. Based on detailed empirical research and surveys of households in Bangladesh, it provides an accurate portrait of the everyday situations faced by the rural poor in Bangladesh today, covering all aspects of household : Taylor And Francis.
Get this from a library! The chronically poor in rural Bangladesh: livelihood constraints and capabilities. [Pk Md Motiur Rahman; Noriatsu Matsui; Yukio Ikemoto] -- "This book examines rural poverty in Bangladesh. Based on detailed empirical research and surveys of households in Bangladesh, it provides an accurate portrait of the everyday situations faced by the. This book examines rural poverty in Bangladesh. Based mostly totally on detailed empirical evaluation and surveys of households in Bangladesh, it provides an right portrait of the regularly circumstances confronted by the agricultural poor in Bangladesh in the meanwhile, masking all .
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The debt burdens on individual households in turn increase tension and anxiety among household members and produce unintended consequences for many book examines women borrowers' involvement with the microcredit program of the Grameen Bank, and the grassroots lending structure of the bank; it illustrates the implications of Grameen Cited by: Contributor: M A Mannan Publication Period: September This study looks into the changes in household income following marital disruption for mothers.
This paper uses data from Matlab, Bangladesh to examine the characteristics of female-headed households and estimate the impact of female-headship on children's schooling. Female householdheads in Matlab fall into two broad groups: widows and married women, most of whom are wives of migrants.
The subjects vary from indigenous women engaged in jhum cultivation, Dalit women embedded in caste-specific work structures and relations, female-headed households in rural areas, and elderly women from city slums. All of the studies are a product of original fieldwork that has produced rich qualitative data and a limited amount of quantitative.
types of female household-heads in rural Bangladesh: (1) widows, and (2) married women, most of whom are the wives of migrants. These two types of female-heads diﬀer not only in their income, ownership of assets and.
This book examines female-headed/female-supported households in a wide variety of local contexts and links them to wider economic, social, and politicalCited by: 3. The phenomenon of female-headed households is a new and emerging pattern in Bangladesh which attests to a critical decline in the position of women under ‘development’ and ‘modernization.
Women Headed Households in Rural India Hardcover – May 1, by Ranjana Kumari (Author) › Visit Amazon's Ranjana Kumari Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author.
Learn about Author Central Cited by: Female Headed Household. female-headed households are less likely to have labor and disposable income (they have specific characteristics and face competing demand on the time of the household head), which may adversely affect their resilience capacity and are thus expected to have a.
WFP-Bangladesh to refine geographic, community and household targeting for the new Country Programme (CP) in order to address the long-term development challenges of structural poverty within the most food insecure regions of rural Bangladesh. The study will hopefully serve as a key input for the Country Programme Activity Plan (CPAP) and the.
It shows that the basic characteristics of the chronically poor households in rural Bangladesh are: more heavily female-headed households, higher dependency ratio of children in demographic composition, and dominated by lower levels of assets, shorter years of Cited by: of household fo od security in rural household s.
Accordingly, the results suggested that the fo od security po licies in the coun try should be aimed at empowering women's capac ities through. In order to examine the dynamics of poverty, information from 1, households in 32 rural villages in Bangladesh was collected in December and December This book reports the analytical results from quantitative and qualitative surveys from the same households at two points of time, which yielded the panel data for understanding the.
Flood and Female Headed Households in Illah Rural Community of Delta State, Nigeria Female-Headed Households in Rural Bangladesh: A Survey. Books reviewed in this article: R.E.(Robert. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ranjana Kumari. Women-headed households in rural India.
New Delhi: Radiant Publishers, (OCoLC) This book examines how migrant remittances contribute to household social resilience in rural Bangladesh. Using a mixed methods approach, the authors show that remittances play a crucial role in enhancing the life chances and economic livelihoods of rural households, and that remittance income enables households to overcome immediate pressures, adapt to economic and environmental.
The incidence of female-headed households may be as high as 15 percent with a heavy concentration of poverty among them (Mannan, ). HIES data, however, provides a more complex scenario.
The female-headed households were subject to extreme poverty much more than the male-headed households. But there was little difference in terms of absolute.
Finally, using information from more t nationally-representative sampled households, this is the first attempt to examine the factors that influence a household's energy choice for Bangladesh, a country with a population of million, more than 75% of which live in rural areas and mostly rely on dirty fuel for household by: households in rural Ghana and Bangladesh are consistently worse-off, using two stochastic dominance criteria.
These results suggest that, among the very poor, persons in male- and female. About 47 million people still live in poverty and 70 percent of them live in rural areas.
The Nuton Jibon project aims to improve the livelihoods of the rural poor, especially the left-out poor and vulnerable households in selected districts. Female headed households (% of households with a female head) from The World Bank: Data Learn how the World Bank Group is helping countries with COVID (coronavirus).
Find Out.: Shifting Gender roles towards gender balanced society: in rural households in Bangladesh (): Subrato Kumar Sarma, Sajal Roy: Books.In order to examine the dynamics of poverty, information from 1, households in 32 rural villages in Bangladesh was collected in December and December This book reports the analytical results from quantitative and qualitative surveys from the same households at two points of time, which yielded the panel data for understanding the Cited by: 7.