Non-governmental organisations and empowerment: a study of women's self-help groups in India
The thesis examines the nature of empowerment for poor women in India, and the factors that influence empowerment outcomes arising from NGO interventions. Specifically the thesis looks at the role of accountability of the NGO to the people with whom it is working as a factor for empowerment. Empowerment of the poor and marginalised is becoming important a part of poverty alleviation strategies in development practice and it is recognised that the unequal power relations in the lives of...[Show more]
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