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Expansion of Employment Through Local Resource Mobilization

Tares Maitra

Expansion of Employment Through Local Resource Mobilization

Study of a Cluster of Villages in West Bengal, India

by Tares Maitra

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Published by International Labour Org .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Labor Market,
  • Manpower policy, Rural,
  • Rural Economic Development,
  • India,
  • Rural development,
  • West Bengal

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9124009M
    ISBN 109221027457
    ISBN 109789221027454

    Resource Mobilization. The term resource mobilization refers to all activities undertaken by an organization to secure new and additional financial, human and material resources to advance its mission. Inherent in efforts to mobilize resources is the drive for organizational sustainability. Resource Mobilization A Practical Guide for Research and Community-Based Organizations This publication reports on a research project financed by Canada’s International Development Research Centre.

    Resource mobilization is the process of getting resources from the resource provider, using different mechanisms, to implement an organization's predetermined goals. It is a theory that is used in the study of social movements and argues that the success of social movements depends on resources (time, money, skills, etc.) and the ability to use them. resource mobilization among staff in private universities, to determine the level of training and capacity building in resource mobilization in private universities and to analyze the resource needs and sources of resources for the private universities. Research Questions The study sought to answer the following questions. i.

      Mobilization of human resources highlights the need to empower human resources. Weaker sections like women, children, SC, ST, OBC etc should be brought into mainstream. There should be right employment opportunities for human resources, and when there is lack of skill the job demands, there should be skill development programs. Initiate, plan and undertake local fund raising for the construction of Ethiopian women center through innovative ways of involving different groups of the society. Prepare donor mapping including themes of interest, guidelines for resource access, and financial regulations of resource mobilization.


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often cited as the reason for delays, inability to meet development targets and failure. Most NGOs/CBOs do not include long term financial sustainability in their strategic.

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LOCAL RESOURCE MOBILIZATION for poverty alleviation: A SUPPLY SIDE PERSPECTIVE OF THE BoP STRATEGY 1. INTRODUCTION The project of development and poverty alleviation emerged in the postwar era. Development was focused and managed through technologies for improving GDP in the target countries through state-led.

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This is a discussion paper prepared for Expert Group Meeting on resource mobilization for poverty eradication in the Least Developed Countries which was. RESOURCE MOBILIZATION ANNUAL UPDATE OVERVIEW Thus the expansion of repayment schemes that pool resources and protect against catastrophic health expenditures is the main agenda.

In addition, there are discussions underway in a number of GFF countries raising additional resources (such as through “sin” taxes); 2.

Resource Mobilization (CBRM),provides targeted,timely,and relevant capacity building strategies to various partners recognizes the need to re-direct resource mobilization strategies to different,public and private,local,regional,national and sub-regional sources of funding and through new and different strategic partnering and resource.

Mobilization of resources involves a series of systematic steps that must be implemented to acquire various useful resources in a cost-effective and timely manner.

The objective behind the process is optimal utilization of the resources, i.e., to have the right resources at the right time, available at the right price and used exclusively for. opposed to an entire session. Resource mobilization sessions are not designed as one-time workshops but as steps on a continuum that includes specific, followup technical support identified - in the draft resource mobilization action plan.

The resource mobilization action plan will. LGU Revenue & Resources Mobilisation Tools 1. TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1. APPROACHES AND TOOLS IN RESOURCE MOBILIZATION Dual Nature of LGUs Resource Mobilization Strategies Who Benefits and Who Pays Principle (with Figure) Service Delivery Options Criteria in Determining Service Delivery Options Five Steps for Effective LGU Revenue Generation and Resource Mobilization.

the collaboration between the Community Mobilization for Postabortion Care (COMMPAC) Project and the CATALYST Project, which led to the development of this community mobilization guide.

The experiences on the project cycle and documents from the CATALYST Project/Pathfinder International were instrumental in the development of COMMPAC. Resource mobilization is the process of getting resource from resource provider, using different mechanisms to implement the organization‘s work for achieving the pre- determined organizational.

Resource and resource mobilization, definition and outline 6. Types of resource and resource providers 7. Mechanism of resource mobilization 8.

Analysis of factors that motivate resource providers 9. Gap between resource mobilization and strategy planning Mapping of resource provider and information collection E-tutorial on Community Mobilization Page 1 It is a capacity building process through which community members, groups, or organizations plan, carry out, and evaluate activities on a participatory and sustained basis Mobilizes local and external resources to address the issue and establishes coordination and.

International Federation - International Federation of Red. Update on resource mobilization and Action Plan for continuing resource mobilization efforts throughout the replenishment cycle GF/B37/28 MayKigali, Rwanda Board Discussion Purpose of the paper: The purpose of this paper is to: i.

provide an update on resource mobilization; and ii. Resource mobilization refers to all activities involved in securing new and additional resources for your organization.

It also involves making better use of, and maximizing, existing resources. Resource mobilization is often referred to as ‘New Business Development’. Community-based organizations (CBO) or Community organizations (CO) have been an integral part of the development projects and initiatives since decades.

They are indeed the ‘face’ of community empowerment, by virtue of the fundamental principles of democratic processes, building on the social capital, and reliance on community participation.

Resource Mobilization Pillars Working with UN Agencies, IFIs, GPPs and other partners Capitalizing on engagement with citizens and the private sector Pursuing partnerships and resources to connect goals & targets Broadening resource .the employment and human resources mobilization aspect of the Islamic financial system emphasizing that the system has a more powerful built-in model of human resources mobilization than existing models of employ-ment and human resources mobilization discussed in conventional economics.

5.Balanced regional development paves the way for optimum utilisa­tion of resources available in different regions of the country. Over concentration of industrial activity into certain centres leads to wastage of local resources like raw materials, fuels, labour, skills, etc.

for their non utilisation. (b) Expansion of employment opportunities.