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Title: 

SURVEY OF EFFECTIVE INSTITUTIONS IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT (CASE STUDY: HAMEDAN PROVINCE)

Type: PAPER
Author(s): BASIRI PARSA N.*
 
 *ISLAMIC AZAD UNIVERSITY, HAMEDAN BRANCH
 
Name of Seminar: HAMAYESH MELLI ENSAN, MOHITE ZIST VA TOSEE PAYDAR
Type of Seminar:  CONFERENCE
Sponsor:  DANESHGAHE AZADE ESLAMI VAHEDE HAMEDAN
Date:  2010Volume -
 
 
Abstract: 

DEVELOPMENT OF VILLAGES AND HAVING THEIR BASIC FACILITIES SUCH AS HOUSING, HEALTH, EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT, INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT, INCREASE WELFARE AND REDUCE POVERTY AND... DURING THE LONG YEARS IN IRAN HAS BEEN CONSIDERED. ACCESS TO COMMUNITY FACILITIES AND RURAL SOCIETY BOOST AND PROGRESS THROUGH THE RURAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT IS POSSIBLE. MANAGEMENT OF RURAL ORGANIZING AND CONDUCTING THE PROCESS OF RURAL SOCIETY AND ENVIRONMENT THROUGH ORGANIZATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS SHAPE THAT IT IS BASED RURAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT AND IN OUR COUNTRY WITH A LONG HISTORY, BUT THERE IS A CHALLENGE AND LACK OF CONSISTENCY AND INEFFICIENCY. THE RESEARCH OVERVIEW OF THE PROCESS RURAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT IN PAST YEARS AND RECENT, PARTICIPATION OF VILLAGERS IN THE VILLAGE OFFICE WILL BE SURVEYED BY VILLAGE COUNCILS AND RURAL PROVIDERS. SINCE THE MAIN MANAGEMENT OF VILLAGES IN 1377 TO ISLAMIC RURAL COUNCIL AND RURAL PROVIDERS WAS ASSIGNED, REVIEW COMBINED EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION, AGE AND SEX OF ITS MEMBERS IN THE TOTAL PROVINCE AND ITS CITIES AND THUS RECOGNITION OF THESE TWO INSTITUTIONS AS THE MAIN OBJECTIVE RESEARCH IS CONSIDERED. THE RESULTS INDICATE THAT MANY VILLAGES IN LOW-POPULATION PROVINCE LACK OF PROBLEM FACING MANAGEMENT. IN ADDITION, THE MAJORITIES OF COUNCIL MEMBERS AND VILLAGE RURAL PROVIDERS HAVE THE AT LEAST EDUCATION OR DIPLOMA AND IN AGRICULTURE AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ARE EMPLOYED AND THEY DO NOT HAVE MANAGEMENT EXPERTISE NECESSARY.

 
Keyword(s): RURAL DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT, VILLAGE COUNCIL, RURAL PROVIDERS, HAMEDAN PROVINCE
 
 
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