by Writers & Publishers Corp.; sole distributors: Sterling Publishers in New Delhi .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HN683 J35 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||370|
John is currently an adviser to the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR). In his year experience in development, he has held top executive and advising roles in several international NGOs including CARE International, and ActionAid International. Full text of "Rural Reconstruction Principles And Methods" See other formats. New Rural Reconstruction (NRR, Chinese: 新乡村建设; pinyin: Xīn xiāngcūn jiànshè) is an intellectual current and social movement initiated by Wen Tiejun and other activists to address the crisis they saw in the Chinese countryside at the start of the 21st century. As of , at its core there are several NGOs and academic institutions, dozens of rural cooperatives and . In China, there are clearly important infrastructural improvements needed in the rural heartlands, as was amply displayed by the Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Post-Earthquake Reconstruction Project in Guangming Village; a project that won the WAF World Building of the Year Award last year.
The Chinese rural reforms of this period – which were often called “rural reconstruction” (乡村建设) – drew on a global “rural reconstruction” movement that I have traced back to efforts in Ireland in the first decade of the twentieth century, with iterations also appearing in South Africa and India, among other places. The Philippine Rural Reconstruction Movement, abbreviated as PRRM, is a non-governmental organization and institution formed in in order to assist the poor members of society in the a movement, it was initiated by upper and middle class group of individuals based on the experiences gained from the rural reconstruction and development done in China . "In her fascinating examination of the Rural Reconstruction Movement in China in the s and s, Merkel-Hess shows us a vision of national modernization in which rural residents, through education, literacy, and self-improvement, would be able to achieve modernity and become citizens on an individual level Author: Kate Merkel-Hess. Book Description. This book explores the problems present in Bengal villages specifically, which represent problems found within the rest of rural India, therefore the same measures with very little modification could be employed in the work of rural reconstruction and rural education in .
The International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) was founded in to combat rural poverty worldwide. Its head and founder is Dr. Y.C. James Yen. It deals with the problems of poverty, illiteracy, disease, and misgovernment in China, the Philippines, and other third world countries, and promotes American aid programs. Ecological Civilization, Indigenous Culture, and Rural Reconstruction in China Article in Monthly review (New York, N.Y.: ) 63(9) February with 73 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Rural reconstruction in India and China. A comparative study. By Netra Pal Jain. Year of publication. Archival Collections Portal > Rare Book & Manuscript Library > International Institute of Rural Reconstruction records, International Institute of .