To reflect on alternative policy approaches and identify a more effective policy framework for ameliorating chronic poverty in spatial poverty traps the analysis draws upon the various studies including an overview of chronic poverty in remote rural areas carried out by the chronic poverty research centre in india. Papola t s 1993 anti poverty and special employment programmes in india their role and effectiveness under the structural adjustment programme ilo working papers 992984713402676 international labour organization. The paper also provides a discussion of the recent controversies in india regarding the choice of poverty lines arisen in the policy debates in india around certain issues regarding poverty in the ward adjustment in the rural poverty line the tendulkar committee also shifted. In most developing countries poverty is more widespread and severe in rural than in urban areas the author reviews some important aspects of rural poverty and draws key implications for public policy he presents a policy framework for reducing poverty taking into account the functional differences and overlap between the rural poor. The government commitment for the upliftment of rural people play an important role in addressing rural poverty and developmental issues the paper discusses the status of indian rural poverty and the government interventions through welfare policies and programmes india is a large country geographically and also with respect to population
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