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タイトル: Infrastructure (Rural Road) Development and Poverty Alleviation in Lao PDR
著者: Syviengxay Oraboune
キーワード: Rural road
Poverty
Subsistence farming system
Value chain
Network
Roads
Infrastructure
Laos
地方道路
貧困
バリューチェーン
ネットワーク
インフラストラクチャー
社会資本
ラオス
Issue Date: Apr-2008
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 151. 2008.4
抄録: Rural road in Lao PDR defined as connecting road from village to main road, where it will lead them to market and access to other economic and social service facilities. However, due to mostly rural people accustom with subsistence farming, connecting road seems less important for rural people as their main farming produce is for own consumption rather than markets. After the introduction and implementation of New Economic Mechanism (NEM) since 1986, many rural villages have gradually developed and integrated into market system where people have significantly changed their livelihood with a better system. This progress has significantly contributed in improving income earning of people, better living standard and reduce poverty. The paper aims to illustrate the significant of rural road as connecting road from village to markets or a market access approach of farm produces. It also demonstrates through which approach, rural farmers/people could improve their income earning, develop their farming system, living standard and reduce poverty.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/747
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