Sectoral Impact of Poverty on Production of Livestock Products in IndiaJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 8)
Publication Date: 2021-08-05
Authors : Firdous Ansari;
Page : 248-249
Keywords : Poverty; livestock products; India;
Background: One of the studies revealed that livestock products contribute 17 per cent to kilocalorie consumption and 33 per cent to protein consumption globally, but large differences were also reported between rich and poor countries [1,2] (Philip K2010, Rosegrant et al. 2009).In 2014, the official poverty threshold for a family of four was an annual income of $24,008 in U.S.  (Bernstein SF, 2018) and14.8% of the population lived below the poverty threshold  [DeNavas-Walt C, 2015]. Methodology: For this study the data is taken from Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation and the World Food Programme2019, India. The literature was searched using PubMed and Google. Using SPSS data was analyzed. Data was analyzed for rural as well as urban sectors using regression analysis. After analysis, results and discussion was made. Results: Rural and Urban sectors showed non-significant association while monthly per capita incomes as well as percent of persons were considered. Discussion: Monthly per capita income and percent of persons have their influence on production on milk, egg, meat and fish. For the declinement of poverty work should be done.
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