role of local groups in rural development

a case study of a village in the class II coconut area, Colombo District
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StatementGeorg Krause, Jayantha Perera.
SeriesResearch study series - Agrarian Research and Training Institute ; no. 20
ContributionsPerera, Jayantha, joint author., Agrarian Research and Training Institute.
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LC ClassificationsHN670.8.Z9 C65
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The broad objective of the study is to examine the contribution of co-operative societies to the development of Idah Local Government Area.

The specific objectives are as follows: To identify or determine whether co-operatives societies have contributed to the development of rural areas in Idah Local government Area. Targeting of development programs and allocation of and eligibility of funds from the programs and depends on how rural areas are classified.

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