Summary of the socio-economic survey of the southern communal areas

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StatementRichard Moorsom, Jochbeth Andima & Saul Kahuika.
SeriesNEPRU working paper ;, no. 25
ContributionsAndima, Jochbeth., Kahuika, Saul.
LC ClassificationsHC940.A1 N46 no. 25
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 36 p. :
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Open LibraryOL1267896M
LC Control Number94981442

Of socio-economic data and analysis. Th e nature of a proposed development and its socio-economic and cultural context helps defi ne the SEIA expectations. Developers must be familiar with how to determine the scale and scope of issues, and the level of SEIA required for each phase of EIA.

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FIGURE 2 Stages of EIA INTRODUCTION TO SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPFile Size: 2MB. Environmental Impact and Socio-economic Incentives of Contrasting Land Management Systems in Southern Namibia CIA World Fact Book, Socio-econom ic Survey, Southern Communal Areas.

Alternatives for Rural Areas, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay visited the hamlet and nearby villages for a preliminary understanding of the socio-economic problems of the area in mid - It was observed that the drinking water problem was severe in most villages in the Size: 2MB.

Approach of the Socio-Economic Survey (SES) (1) To ensure standardisation across three RSPs‘ programme districts, RSPN is developing a common methodology, indicators, data collection tools and guidelines for analysis and reporting. Understanding the socio-economic conditions, land tenure and rights of communities is a critical aspect of collaborative land use planning.

Aim of this guide This guide aims to provide practical steps for field-based practitioners to follow in conducting socio-economic surveys of. The rural areas such as (i) interior villages of Nagaland situated beyond five kilometers of the bus route and (ii) villages in Andaman & Nicobar Islands which remain inaccessible throughout year were excluded from coverage of socio-economic survey up.

The assessment of the socio-economic baseline relies on o Secondary data already available before the project at the national and local level - may even be not fully reliable, but provides material to help understanding the local context o Direct surveys (usually focused on households) Key steps to plan the socio-economic baseline assessment are.

of socio-economic survey within mine action. Mine action surveys have traditionally focussed on process and output indicators and data on hazardous areas. There is, however, increasing demand for collecting broader socio-economic data, and different approaches have evolved.

These approaches. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Socio -Economic survey is a difficult task and it requires help from different individuals and institutions for its success. This socio-Economic Survey is initiated by P.G.G.C.G, sec, Chandigarh to “Siswan village” area on 30th January I am thankful to my college for this valuable task.

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The guidelines identify key indicators for the identification of demographic issues in coastal area management and for monitoring the impact of management measures on the socio-economic well-being of coastal and fishing communities. The guidelines also identify data sources and methods for the collection of data.

Case studies on the use of demographic data in coastal area management in Italy. Executive Summary X 1. Introduction 1 Understanding subnational conflict areas and the role of aid: Concepts 3 Objectives and focus of the southern Thailand case study 6 Research methods 7 2.

Understanding the Subnational Conflict Area 11 Key events since 11 Patterns of violence the framework sample are classified into the urban area and rural area for each regency/municipality. Sampling Method The two phases sampling method is used in Susenas for both urban and rural areas.

The first phase is several census blocks are selected. A socio-economic survey of the RMA and adjacent off-RMA areas revealed a general consensus among communities that the rangeland was improving under RMA management.

In particular, traditional medical practitioners concurred that some medicinal plants, which had previously disappeared, were re-emerging on the RMA rangelands. THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE IN CONTEXT The Regional Socio Economic Profile is a tool that provides a ‘birds-eye view’ of a group of communities.

It can assist municipalities in identifying unique and shared characteristics for the purpose of implementing growth strategies, development planning, and supporting and growing local services.

In this article, we present the latest survey data received from households. Sampling methodology is based on the principles of socio-economic and geographical stratification and random selection. The response rate is 96%, of which % are deemed correct answers.

This was later accepted and the Socio Economic and Caste Census was conducted whose first findings were revealed on 3 July by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

Mandal Commission report of quoted OBC population at 52%, though National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) survey of quoted OBC population at 41% [12]. Importance of Socio Economic Survey Pawan Bhola Email: [email protected] Abstract: Socio-Economic survey is a very development activity.

In socio-economic we prepare demographic details, household category wise, population report, education status, land holding and cropping pattern, lives stock details of the village.

This article compares herd productivity, levels of investment and socio-economic characteristics of communal and private livestock farmers sampled in the southern region of Botswana during /   areas rely on agriculture as the main source of livelihood.

Agriculture is, therefore, the sector with the most potential for driving broad-based and inclusive economic growth, followed possibly by trade within both the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) trading blocs.

(National Center for Education Statistics, ; Shavers, ). Common area-based attributes of SES include average home value, proportion of college-educated people, percentage of single-parent families, and unemployment, which have been used as.

This name was changed to the Household Socio-Economic Survey in - and the survey was conducted every five years. Due to the rapid economic expansion and the importance of the survey in order to set the anti-poverty policy, the Ministerial Cabinet had passed an approval on September 8, for the NSO to carry out the survey every two.

Socio-economic survey and tourism development study (English - Albanian) () Legal and institutional framework assessment for conservation of coastal and marine biodiversity and the establishment of MPAs in Albania (English - Albanian) () Management plan of Porto Palermo-Llamani Bay protected area in Albania (English - Albanian) ().

Anonymous Guidelines for land-use planning in communal areas in the SARCCUS. region. Wood, rn African Regional Commission for the Conservation of. and Utilisation of the Soil (SARCCUS), Reprint: In File, Keywords: LAND USE; COMMUNAL AREA; SOUTHERN AFRICA; SOIL EROSION.

Notes: This article concludes with the. A Scale for Assessing Socio-Economic Status in Survey Research BY CHARLES L. VAUGHN This article contains the description of a socio-economic scale based on the answers to five simple questions. The scale has been found useful in urban and rural areas and is particularly adapted to survey research.

The socio-economic conditions prevailing in the project area and illustrated through baseline data collection. The biodiversity assessment of the project area with identified locations for future monitoring.

The socio economic survey measures the status of the. Caste on mind, Odisha government orders survey into socio-economic conditions of OBCs. Days after reinstating a Backward Caste Commission, the state government amended the Odisha State Commission for Backward Classes Act.

Not listed as an agenda until Monday evening, the passing of the bill was swift with almost no discussion. Preview this book» What people are An Economic and Social Survey of [various Virginia Counties], Issue 10 University of Virginia.

School of Rural Social Economics Snippet view - Common. Income should be asked for the individual survey respondent and for the respondent's entire family, as well as household income. The collection of income should include the measurement of total income, earned or unearned, from specific sources (e.g., wages and salaries, dividends and interest, Social Security, unemployment insurance, disability.

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Pilot Socio-economic Survey of Urban Okhla In Fahim Khan (name changed), popularly known as Fahim Patwari, came to Delhi from western United Provinces. The holocaust of the partition and the killings in Delhi forced the young boy who had come to better his life in the capital to go back to UP.

4 I. P R E F A C E A. General The National Socio-Economic Survey or Susenas is a main National data source on the characteristics of social, economy and demography of the community that is available in the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS).The National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) conducts nationwide sample surveys relating to various socio-economic topics to collect data for planning and policy formulation.

The Socio-Economic (SE) Surveys are in the form of Rounds, each Round being normally of one-year duration and occasionally for a period of six months.Socio-economic Baseline Survey, Uganda National Fisheries Resources Research Institute, iv EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Purpose 1. The purpose of the Socio-economic Baseline Survey of the Fishing Communities was to provide information on the fish landing beaches, people involved in fisheries, their livelihood activities and facilities available to them.