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India - Second Madhya Pradesh Agricultural Extension Project (英语)

The Madhya Pradesh Agricultural Extension Project will reorganize and strengthen agricultural extension services in thirty districts of Madhya Pradesh 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 T&V System has already been introduced in 15 of the State's districts under an earlier IDA-supported project. 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 a single line of command from extension headquarters to the field-level workers.

详细

  • 文件日期

    1981/04/30

  • 文件类型

    行长备忘录及推荐

  • 报告号

    P3012

  • 卷号

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • 国家

    印度,

  • 地区

    南亚,

  • 发布日期

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    India - Second Madhya Pradesh Agricultural Extension Project

  • 关键词

    extension worker;Monitoring and Evaluation Unit;agricultural extension and research;annual population growth rate;balance of payment crisis;demand for petroleum product;price petroleum product;village extension worker;monitoring and evaluation system;annual per capita income;domestic capital goods industry;transmission and distribution system;rate of population increase;field staff;terms of trade;agricultural extension service;family planning program;oil import bill;farmer;direct personal supervision;access to import;agricultural research network;Public Sector Enterprises;current account deficit;majority of farmer;export of goods;oil price increases;capital goods import;total energy demand;cost of salaries;reduction in poverty;supply of credit;per capita term;gross domestic investment;areas of work;availability of power;reduction of poverty;adult literacy campaign;primarily due;development finance institution;family planning performance;water supply development;village water supply;vehicle operating cost;net reproduction rate;total debt service;external capital requirement;external public debt;growth in agriculture;natural resource base;means of existence;offshore petroleum resource;high value crops;Foreign Exchange Reserve;expansion of export;domestic energy resource;cost of import;crop production technologies;agricultural research institution;expansion of irrigation;wholesale price index;public distribution system;conditions of employment;agricultural research activity;future income growth;farm family;extension activity;input supply;agricultural production;field work;investment program;field workers;field trial;external assistance;small farmer;extension operation;agricultural college;crop area;hectare yields;agricultural practice;contraceptive method;living standard;supervisory staff;import policy;raw material;field visits;domestic production;civil works;research station;agricultural university;export growth;supply constraint;resource scarcity;aid community;travel allowances;infrastructural constraint;fertilizer use;Exchange Rates;industrial value;agricultural activity;real gdp;domestic saving;foreign saving;existing capacity;advanced training;institutional infrastructure;research worker;research priority;important change;export policy;local expenditure;Economic Policy;operational level;irrigated area;export promotion;worker training;research program;external support;monitoring surveys;field conditions;farmer survey;soil testing;rental accommodation;financial commitment;transport facility;concessionary term;industrial sector;indian states;seed treatment;practical skill;lesson plan;local condition;import increase;regular monitoring;farm level;organizational structure;foreign sector;basic infrastructure;tendering procedures;intensive training;cropping pattern;household sector;marginal savings;consumer demand;buffer stock;loan term;Population Density;apparent decline;extension personnel;credit operation;working day;manufactured export;farm trial;international demand;rural artisan;modernization program;scarce resource;long-term investment;energy production;cost of energy production;comparative advantage;market force;Investment priorities;investment priority;government action;land reform;capacity expansion;human capital;rural health;export performance;community health;seed development;capacity utilization;support infrastructure;urban investment;policy option;oil sector;oil exploration;prospective area;power program;hydro potential;coal sector;coal production;urban agricultural policy;infrastructure sector;agricultural input;low-income family;supply management;import price;world economy;energy source;high capital;transport service;potential output;price rise;grain price;ration price;adequate supply;stable price;drought relief;employment program;rural area;high share;price stability;rapid urbanization;urban population;consumer good;consumer goods;petroleum price;petroleum import;low-income group;aid flow;medium-term development

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