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Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University, Hyderabad (2014)

IMPACT OF SELF-HELP GROUPS ON THE HOUSEHOLD NUTRITION IN SEMI ARID TROPIC (SAT) VILLAGES OF MAHBOOBNAGAR DISTRICT, AP, INDIA

SHIRISHA, J

Titre : IMPACT OF SELF-HELP GROUPS ON THE HOUSEHOLD NUTRITION IN SEMI ARID TROPIC (SAT) VILLAGES OF MAHBOOBNAGAR DISTRICT, AP, INDIA

Auteur : SHIRISHA, J

Université de soutenance : Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University, Hyderabad

Grade : Master of Science in home Science 2014

Résumé partiel
The Self Help Groups (SHG) were used by the government, NGOs and others worldwide to empower women and to give lives to the poor families. Thousands of the poor and the marginalized population in India are building their lives, their families and their society through self help groups. The programme area proved a way in reduction of poverty, increasing the financial support, self confidence among the members, decision making and entrepreneur skills. Observing the programme outcomes the present study was under taken to evaluate the "Impact of self- help groups on the household nutrition in Semi Arid Tropic (SAT) villages of Mahboobnagar district, AP, India". Socio-economic and nutritional status was assessed by collecting information on demographic profile, income, occupation, expenditure pattern, anthropometric measurements, clinical observation, frequency of food intake and dietary diversity and nutrients intake difference between the SHG and Non SHG households was analysed from the consolidated data. The total population of SHG was 495 with 259 men and 236 women and that of non SHG was 98 with 49 men and 49 women. The age wise distribution indicates that 67% of SHG family members were adults, followed by 19% adolescents, 12% children and 2% infants. Among Non SHG households the percentage of adults was high with 73%, with 16% of adolescents, 7 % children and 4 % infants. Out of the 120 households of SHGs 74% belonged to BC, while 13 % belonged to SC and 13 % of them belonged to OC category. From the 30 Non SHGs 70% belonged to BC, 20% belonged to OC and 10 % belonged to SC communities.

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