Augmenting entrepreneurial attitude among tribal women of Jharkhand, India
3 February 2023 | Stanzin Gawa and A.K. Singh | .pdf | 5.21 MB | Gender, Livelihoods, gender and social issues, Training and education, India
Today, tribal people comprise 8.6 percent of the Indian population and are one of the most disadvantaged sections of society. Many tribal groups in different parts of the country depend on natural resources for their livelihoods, to which their access has been progressively eroded.
With financial support from ICAR-CIFT the College of Fisheries, Gumla, undertook seven training programmes for tribal women from economically marginalised tribal communities in the preparation and marketing of value-added fisheries products. The training encouraged women to develop small businesses building on their micro-entrepreneurship.
This article describes the training programme and related activities of the College of Fisheries, Gumla.
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