2 edition of Baseline socio economic survey of rural households in district Qilla Saifullah Balochistan found in the catalog.
Baseline socio economic survey of rural households in district Qilla Saifullah Balochistan
Mohammad Asif Khan
|Statement||[Mohammad Asif Khan ; edited, Virginia Appell].|
|Contributions||Appell, Virginia., Rural Support Programmes Network (Pakistan)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||2009361275|
The Balochistan District Development Profile is a landmark exercise of Planning and Development Department, Government of Balochistan, to update the district profile data that was first compiled in The profiles have been updated to provide a concise landmark intended for development planning, monitoring and management purposes. When it comes to scheduled castes, the number rises to percent (out of total of crore SC households surveyed), and percent of ST households (out of households).
Socio -Economic survey is a difficult task and it requires help from different individuals and institutions for its success. This socio-Economic Survey is initiated by KBM College of Teacher Education, Jorhat to “Jhanjimukh" area on 6th January We are thankful to K.B.M. College for this valuable task. Balochistan (/ b ə ˌ l oʊ tʃ ɪ ˈ s t ɑː n /; Urdu: بلوچِستان ) is one of the four provinces of is the largest province in terms of land area, forming the southwestern region of the country, but is the least populated. Its provincial capital and largest city is Quetta.. Balochistan shares borders with Punjab and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to the northeast, Sindh to Country: Pakistan.
District Pishin 4 District Killa Saifullah 5 District Loralai 6 District Lasbella 6 District Nushki 7 District Mastung 8 3. Methodology 9 Assessment methods 9 Uplands 9 Plains 9 Desert areas 9 Coastal areas 10 Drought assessment survey Socio-economic characteristics 96 Willingness to participate in a tourism venture Those households headed by women are far more likely to be living in poverty than households headed by men. According to Daniels () the majority of rural African those in other rural areas of South Africa in terms of poverty and a need.
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Ph: File Size: 1MB. District Profile Killa Saifullah 1 List of Exhibits Exhibit - Educational Status of Children of Years Age Group [Percentage Distribution,  8 Exhibit - Educational Status of Children of Years Age Group [Percentage Distribution,  8 Exhibit - Gender Parity Index in Primary and Secondary Enrollment  9File Size: KB.
Socio-Economic Baseline Survey for REDD+ Readiness V particularly water-borne diseases; global market change; and tourism are some of the vulnerabilities faced by communities in the landscape. Implementation of REDD+ in SHL-Nepal faces a number of socio-economic Size: 1MB.
Flood Irrigation Dams - A Socio-economic survey/analysis of rural communities living within the area affected by Flood Dams in Balochistan: For the Royal Netherlands Embassy. Analysis of the Rural Settlement Survey Data: For The Government of NWFP.
Socio-economic Baseline Survey of Village Bandi Seeran, District Haripur: For CIDA. IUCN carried out household baseline survey in two sites in Mozambique in / This report presents the main results of the analysis of the survey carried out in November in seven villages, with households, in Chicualacuala District, a National Agricultural.
IMPACT OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF RURAL HOUSEHOLDS ON FOOD SECURITY: THE CASE OF THE PUNJAB, PAKISTAN 1,2,3 M. Bashir, 1,2 S. Schilizzi and 1,2 R. Pandit 1,2 Institute of Agriculture and School of Agricultural and Resource Economics Faculty of. District Profile Chitral 1 List of Exhibits Exhibit - Educational Status of Children of Years Age Group [Percentage Distribution ] 8 Exhibit - Educational Status of Children of Years Age Group [Percentage Distribution ] 9 Exhibit - Gender Parity Index in Primary and Secondary Enrollment  9.
Households and a sample of individuals that relocate after the baseline survey round are tracked to minimize sample attrition. Rural Socio-Economic Survey and Socio-Economic Survey 3, households** Round 1: Round 2: District Profile Swat 1 List of Exhibits Exhibit - Educational Status of Children of Age Group [Percentage Distribution, ] 8 Exhibit - Educational Status of Children of Age Group [Percentage Distribution, ] 8 Exhibit - Gender Parity Index in Primary and Secondary Enrollment  9 Exhibit - Teaching Institutions and Staff – Numbers  9File Size: KB.
Acknowledgement This “Household Income and Expenditure Survey-Final Report ” with provincial and district level data is based on the total annual sample of 25, housing units, covering all districts of the country. Overall coordination of the survey was done by Mr.
D.G.S.G. Munasinghe, Additional Director General (statistics). A Socio-Economic Baseline Survey of Communities Adjacent to Lake Bisina/Opeta and Lake Mburo/Nakivali Wetland Systems vii List of figures Fig 1: Sampling procedure Fig 2: Distribution of respondents according to gender Fig 3: Sex of respondents Fig 4: Length of stay in the survey area Fig 5: Size of sampled households in the survey areasFile Size: 1MB.
District Profile Gwadar 1 List of Exhibits Exhibit - Educational Status of Children of Years Age Group [Percentage Distribution, ] 8 Exhibit - Educational Status of Children of Years Age Group[Percentage Distribution, ] 8 Exhibit - Gender Parity Index in Primary and Secondary Enrollment  9.
District Profile Awaran 1 List of Exhibits Exhibit - Educational Status of Children of Years Age Group [Percentage Distribution, ] 7 Exhibit - Educational Status of Children of Years Age Group [Percentage Distribution, ] 7 Exhibit - Gender Parity Index in Primary and Secondary Enrollment  8.
households, 60 percent of which are rural households, while the rest are urban. 50 villages / wards have been selected from each district and 25 households have been selected from each village/ward.
The current factsheet gives information on the key indicators and trends for the district of Bankura in the state of West Bengal. in Qilla Saifullah District, Balochistan, Province Pakistan was es tablished in through the efforts of the local P athan t ribal chieftain, the l ate Nawab Taimur Shah 1.
the name of an important town in the district. The district is located in the south-west of Balochistan, sharing its boundaries in the west with Iran. Awaran and Kech Districts are on the south and Washuk District is in the north.
Area-wise district Panjgur is the 7th largest district in Balochistan File Size: KB. having a total population of comprising 45 households. The total population of the Raigad district is 18,24, of which the tribal population is 2,33, ( % of the total population of the district, which is higher than the state and national average)1.
Most of the households in Gudwanwadi hamlet live below the poverty line. Further,File Size: 2MB. RURAL HOUSEHOLDS LIVELIHOOD STRATEGIES IN COMMUNITIES AROUND The study analysed socio-economic survey data that had been collected from households in six rural villages in Nkonkobe Municipality surrounding the Fort Hare and Middle drift dairy projects.
Baseline information on the District and Local Municipalities in the study areas. Household Income and expenditures The Household Socio-Economic Survey Executive Summary (available only Thai version) Pocket Book (available only Thai version) More.
Socio-economic Baseline Survey of Chittagong Hill Tracts iv An average household owns acres of land (including common property).
An indigenous household owns on average acres and a Bangalee household owns acres. Agricultural land (plough and/or jum) is owned by 27% households. A 46% of. Somalia - Socioeconomic survey (Somali) Abstract.
This statistical report, compiled from an integrated household survey undertaken during November to Julyhas been prepared under the Somalia Watching Brief Programme. The survey was multisectoral and nationwide, the .Area Background: The coastal area (divided Puri district), where DSS started its intervention over a decade ago, is mainly a coastal plane area with high rural population density.
The area lies in deltaic plane of river Mahanadi system, the largest river system in Orissa. The land is fertile and two crops are grown a year with canal Size: KB.Socio-Economic and Gender Analysis - SEAGA Rural households and resources: A guide for extension workers iv TOOL 1 – VILLAGE RESOURCE MAP 3 TOOL 2 – RESOURCE RANKING 3 TOOL 3 – RESOURCE MATRIX 7 TOOL 4 - ECONOMIC/HEALTH RANKING 9 TOOL 5 – ACTIVITY PROFILE 12 A.
Daily activity clock B. Seasonal calendar C. Activity matrix.