Socio-Economic Empowerment of Tribal Women through Sericulture a Study of Lailunga Block of Raigarh District, Chhattisgarh, India

S. K. Dewangan, K. R. Sahu, K. V. Achari, S. Soni

Abstract


Problem statement: To provide better prospects to the respondent tribes. context of the work was based on
questionnaire. To improves economic self dependence. Approach: The questionnaire based progress did by
authors to solve the problem. Identification of area, selection of individual / population, collecting primary data
by the method of questionnaire, secondary data collection by different source such as magazine, reports,
publication etc. evaluation on the socioeconomic empowerment of tribal women through sericulture. Results:
Socioeconomic upliftment done through the research, income level get doubled. We found positive correlation
towards the economic upliftment. Change the life style of tribes due to economic growth and development.
Without effecting, the traditional occupation, upliftment occurs in the field of sericulture. Conclusion: Due to
local employment generation, inter state migration is checked thus resulted additional income generated.
Moreover they had regular saving habit. It is noteworthy that due to above facts no environmental hazards
develop by the tribes. After adopting the sericulture, they need not go to money lenders or any middle man thus
resulted their self-respect elevated and they recognized socially. They also released from the debt ness.


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