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Kalamandir: Creating an Ecosystem for Livelihood Generation Case Solution & Answer

Founded in 1997, Kalamandir has been established in one of the poorest tribal regions in India to revive tribal dances and arts and generate livelihoods. He was active in more than 114 villages and activities have contributed to increase the income of more than 2,500 households. Despite the good results, much more could be done to make a substantial improvement in the living conditions of the tribal people of Jharkhand, a poor region of India. The question was how to expand activities and induce socio-economic development in a sustainable manner. How can livelihoods related arts, dance, culture and crafts will expand while strengthening the core farm income in the region? How to put together the local leaders in the villages could be extended and what mechanisms could be introduced to minimize conflicts and resolve them faster? How Kalamandir could attract dynamic professionals? What the government and private organizations had to develop closer relations with the access to financial resources it needs to grow?
by
Gita Surie
Source: Ivey Publishing
16 pages.
Release Date: October 9, 2013. Prod #: W13426-PDF-ENG
Kalamandir: Creating an ecosystem for solving cases generations livelihood

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