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Title: Performance of Microfinance Banks in Enhancing the Sugar Cane Growing Capacity and its Impact on Sugar Industry of Sindh
Authors: Raza, Murtazain
Keywords: Social Sciences
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Hamdard University, Karachi
Abstract: The main focus to this study was on a comparison of largest cane community, comprises Small Cane Growers (SCG) and Agriculture Experts (AE). The main apropos of this evaluation remained figure out critical issues accountable for the inadequacies in compliance interventions of purposive objectives, economics theoretical very methods to the economic development and array of assessments in 22 districts in Sindh, related to sugar cane growing rural sector. The research thesis was remains purposely determined on (1) to critically examines SCG cane growers’ financial and financing problems facing high input cost of sugar cane production. (2) to compare and analyze the effectiveness of approaches and methods of economic development applied in sugar cane sector in rural Sindh (3) to analyze major issue of land reforms along with pattern in recurring water storage system (4) to compare and analyze majority of SCG cultivates between 12.5 to 25 acre cultivation on land, in Sindh (Province of Pakistan). The overall sample size was 300 sugar cane sectors, including 180 SCG, 120 AE of cane sector in Sindh. An interview’s procedure appropriated and questionnaire were designed and well-organized feedbacks. A measured content was made to compared the contents related to Sugar Cane sectoral issues of Sindh of last 20 years (2001-2020). The quantitative data was analyzed by using t-test. SCG growers found lack of knowledge and illiteracy in the cane communal because neither known about the crops financing lines. It was found that certain financial institutions should increase awareness campaigns on monthly basis, so that, cane communal encouraged to understand the agriculture credit in their easy language. As per concurrence via prudent recommendations were originated.
Gov't Doc #: 27064
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