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Poverty alleviation after post-liberalization. Study of a tribal block in Orissa

Economic and Political Weekly 33(28): 1846-1851

Poverty alleviation after post-liberalization. Study of a tribal block in Orissa

A study is presented of programmes that tackle chronic poverty and hunger in a tribal block in Orissa, India.

Accession: 003237433

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