Socio-economic attributes of MOVCDNER beneficiaries of Imphal east district of Manipur
Author(s): Guneshori Lairenjam, NK Khare and Kamini Bisht
Abstract: A study entitled “Impact of Mission Organic Value Chain Development for North Eastern Region (MOVCDNER) on livelihood of beneficiary farmers in Manipur” was conducted by employing ex-post-facto research design during 2020. A total of 100 respondents covering 4 villages from 3 blocks of Imphal east district were selected as sample respondents. The data regarding socio-economic attributes were collected by personal interview using a well-structured interview schedule. The findings of the study include the higher percentage of beneficiaries (61.00%) belonged to middle age groups, 83.00 percent of the total respondents were of male had education up-to middle school level (37.00%). 54.00 percent were having 5-7 family members possessed small land holdings, majority were 84.00 percent engaged to farming as their primary occupations, 40.00 percent were having low annual income. More than sixty percent were having medium market orientation (66.00%) and low social participation (62.00%).
Guneshori Lairenjam, NK Khare and Kamini Bisht. Socio-economic attributes of MOVCDNER beneficiaries of Imphal east district of Manipur. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(9S): 04-07. DOI: 10.22271/tpi.2022.v11.i9Sa.15215