Content

image

Livelihood Sustainability of Suicide Prone Farmers Families of Vidarbha

N. M. Kale, D.M.Mankar and P.P. Wankhade

Abstract

The present study was carried out to know the rural livelihood sustainability of suicideprone farmers families of Vidarbha. Total 60 families of suicide victim farmers were selected randomly from 46 villages for this study it covers total 9 Tahsils of 6 distress districts of Vidarbha. The study revealed that the rural livelihood sustainability of majority (83.33%) of the families was found to be low due to low physical, natural, social, and financial capital availability with them, although human capital is on supporting side. It is therefore recommend that the physical, natural, social, and financial capital availability with families of suicidal farmers in Vidarbha should be increased and need attention. It will help for increasing the income of the families

Keyword: Rural Livelihood Sustaina

Full Text

Archive Content | Society of Extension Eucation, Agra
image