Influencing Factors for Participation in Developmental Programmes. A Study on Self-help Groups in Nepal
Keywords:Extrinsic and Intrinsic, Self-Help Groups, Factorial Analysis
With the growth in technology, it is very clear that there is a change among women though SHGs for growth and development of themselves through participation in developmental programmes. The researcher presents this study with the fervent hope that this will draw the attention of the authorities, departments and organisations concerned with micro-finance and SHGs on various issues in respect of development of women. The study constitutes a sample of 399 respondents. Primary data was collected from the SHG members by using structured interview. The findings of the study indicate that women and their progress identity can be achieved. To make the SHGs really meaningful and successful, the government at different levels has to intervene in a large scale not as provider of finance or provider of other inputs, but as facilitator and promoter. It is also thus important to view micro-credit programmes as a complement rather than a substitute for effective policies to be able to transform national and international development of women.
Int. J. Soc. Sc. Manage. Vol. 8, Issue-4: 438-444.
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