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India - Maharashtra Agricultural Extension Project (Английский)

The Maharashtra Agricultural Extension Project will recognize and strengthen agricultural extension services in Maharashtra along the lines of the Training and Visit System of extension, which is based on frequent in-service training of extension workers and regular, scheduled visits by extension workers to farmers' fields. The project faces no special risks, although realization of the expected benefits will depend heavily on the State Government's ability to effectively manage the reorganized extension system, maintaining an effective single line of command from extension headquarters to the field-level workers.

Подробная Информация

  • Дата подготовки документа

    1981/03/31

  • Тип документа

    Меморандум и рекомендации Президента

  • Номер отчета

    P3002

  • Том

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Страна

    Индия,

  • Регион

    Южная Азия,

  • Дата раскрытия информации

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Название документа

    India - Maharashtra Agricultural Extension Project

  • Ключевые слова

    extension worker;Agricultural Extension;balance of payment;transmission and distribution system;village extension worker;agricultural extension and research;annual population growth rate;rate of population increase;annual per capita income;domestic capital goods industry;monitoring and evaluation system;price petroleum product;demand for petroleum product;balance of payment crisis;farmer;Agriculture;field staff;extension service;terms of trade;area of jurisdiction;input supply;farm family;agricultural extension service;oil import bill;family planning program;agricultural university;growth in agriculture;access to import;oil price increases;export of goods;capital goods import;public distribution system;reduction in poverty;reduction of poverty;supply of credit;gross domestic investment;village water supply;adult literacy campaign;development finance institution;cost of import;family planning performance;water supply development;means of existence;wholesale price index;net reproduction rate;expansion of irrigation;per capita term;external public debt;expansion of export;Public Sector Enterprises;current account deficit;primarily due;availability of power;direct personal supervision;vehicle operating cost;net domestic product;Foreign Exchange Reserve;high value crops;total debt service;offshore petroleum resource;areas of work;external capital requirement;construction cost estimate;majority of farmer;procurement and disbursement;conditions of employment;agricultural research activity;hectares of land;total energy demand;future income growth;domestic energy resource;natural resource base;agricultural production;local sector;extension activity;field trial;field work;project costing;civil works;investment program;agricultural activity;small farmer;external assistance;field visits;administrative control;domestic production;indian states;raw material;living standard;import policy;agricultural growth;industrial value;domestic saving;farm trial;export growth;supervisory staff;supply constraint;aid community;research priority;resource scarcity;infrastructural constraint;fertilizer use;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;foreign saving;contraceptive method;travel allowances;real gdp;medium-term development;seed production;export policy;aid flow;important change;net exporter;import increase;export performance;import price;consumer good;seed treatment;soil testing;supply management;low-income family;lending strategy;capacity expansion;household sector;comparative advantage;potential output;transport service;long-term growth;world economy;high capital;buffer stock;marginal savings;energy source;foreign sector;policy option;apparent decline;manufactured export;international demand;consumer goods;export promotion;advanced training;smaller group;crop cycle;regulatory activity;crop production;coal production;intensive training;coal sector;practical skill;train activity;short course;induction training;staff position;extension operation;regular monitoring;Clearing houses;local condition;agricultural input;irrigated area;loan term;agricultural support;agricultural work;urban agricultural policy;rental accommodation;research activities;field workers;farm management;female sterilization;stable price;landless laborer;low-income group;drought relief;employment program;rural area;adequate supply;fertility decline;replacement level;adjustment policy;primary focus;petroleum sector;urban development;government action;agricultural value;world market;import substitution;land reform;industrial production;hydro potential;price stability;improved water;investment priority;price rise;grain price;Investment priorities;market force;employment opportunity;employment opportunities;physical asset;ration price;cost of energy production;oil sector;financial commitment;petroleum price;petroleum import;merchandise export;oil exploration;industrial sector;basic infrastructure;long-term investment;consumer demand;existing capacity;institutional infrastructure;power program

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