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Title: Emergence Of Livelihood In The Rural Setting Of Poumai Naga Tribe, Senapati District, Manipur (A Case study Of Chaonamai (Thingba Khullen) Village
Authors: Cicelia, Tsidkenu
Keywords: Livelihood - Poumai Naga Tribe - Manipur
Tribal Population - Chaonamai Village - Manipur - Livelihood
J J Roy Burman
School of Development Studies
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: The tribal population is among the poorest, most vulnerable and exploited groups in the state. Viewing the livelihoods realities of the tribal of northeast they are increasingly vulnerable with the persistent external control over their entitlements. There is much evidence to show that tribal’s access to forests for meeting their subsistence needs has deteriorated in the last decade. Many non-tribals began to settle in the tribal areas which has disorganized them completely and gradually exploited of their proprietary rights over land. Consequently, tribals population faced all types of manipulation. The study is an attempt to expose livelihood issues such as alienation of land and the lack of access to forests, which were pertinent to the survival of tribal people. It raised the responsibilities, concept of operation and strategies in the development interventions and programmes for effective coordination and interaction with tribal governments and communities.
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