- ‘India Program of Research in Human Development 2003-07’ is a four years long program having four components. Each of the components has separate stream of funding. However, the execution of research will be integrated around the re-survey of households and a sample survey of 40,000 rural and urban households. The NCAER and University of Maryland, USA are jointly executing this research program. The resources amounting to about USD 1.2 million for this integrated project are forthcoming through – 1. National Institute of Health and Human Development, Maryland, USA and the World Bank, Washington DC, USA under four different topical sub-projects leading to a comprehensive human development, poverty and equity research. The key direction of this integrated research is to assess and estimated the impact of structural adjustments and economic reforms on various sectors relating to human development including employment and levels of income.
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
India Programme of Research in human Development
India Programme of Research in Human Development