Extreme Poor Adivasis and the Problem of Accessing Social Safety Nets

Extreme Poor Adivasis and the Problem of Accessing Social Safety Nets

|by Zakir Hossain| This study explores the factors behind the extremely poor Adivasis’ (indigenous people) scarce access to government-funded social safety nets in one district of the working area of the AMADER project. With the view to identifying solutions to improve the social safety net coverage of the extremely poor Adivasis, important recommendations could be drawn from the conducted field visits and interviews.

Study dated 10-2011, 29 pages

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