Poverty Report OF SOUTH ASIA Released First Time in North India

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ANU(ChandigarhCityNews)

The triennial report of the poverty situation in the South Asian countries for the first time Saturday in northern India, was released in Institute for Development Communication (IDC). The report went prepared by Nepal-based South Asia Alliance for Poverty Iredikeshn (Saapii). Chandigarh-based study circle dialogue highway has released the report along with IDC. The report was conducted after the “Dialogue on Gwaranens Conference called for the margins with reference to South Asia to continue. The Pro ranks among the leading sociologists of the country. Shiv Viswanathan ‘on Contesting claims of Inclusn of diversity:lecture titled Challenges and Oportunity

Poverty Report OF SOUTH ASIA Released First Time in North India

Addressing the audience, Prof.. Viswanathan said, “We should question whether the Constitution is capable of handling aspirations, their nature diverse public. Is it based on violence which slaughterbids? What are the loser, minorities and marginalized, represents his voice? Meri Ray is that the diversity and nature of the Constitution should be included as the Constitution intended.”

The dialog highway Managing Trustte  Davinder Sharma said, “Saapii report essence it says that South Asian countries are failing in poverty and are at the government food for people on the margins, failed education, basic endeavors such as health and safety.” In the dialog Highway participation from France.

Poverty Report OF SOUTH ASIA Released First Time in North India

Saapii a regional forum of the different mechanisms of the public against the structural causes and social injustice of social organizations, campaigns and poverty.

Saapii years has been that the Trawarsiy publication of South Asia Poverty Report 2003. While continuing in its fifth Poverty Report Chandigarh Saapii also questioned the current pattern of development. This report is a document of knowledge that brings the similarity of experiences of all South Asian countries.

Highlighting some of the findings of the report Saapii Nepal regional coordinator Pro. NETRA Timsinasaid, “South Asia lives 22 percent of the world’s population, but its income is just 1.3 percent of the world. The notion of moving that will erase the market imbalance by supply and demand, governments are publicly retreat from providing services, including education and health. ”

The Punjabi University Vice Chancellor Prof. Bis Gummn said that the report should be made part of a policy planning. Social audit of Giribi eradication programs in the process of assessing the outcome of poverty Unmunl should also be included. Policy should not participate from top to bottom.

 

 

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