4. Research: Case study on CAP 2007-2013 In this chapter, a case study performed in Rural Development policy 2007-2013 (HR 1698/2005). There are two main objectives: • Identification of support policies to family farming • Identification of policies that could be improved for the benefit of family farming. For this study was taken into account the recorded characteristics of family farming (Gasson & Errington, 1993). 4.1 Axis 1 - Improving the competitiveness of the agricultural and forestry sector
the MFIs, who address the financial needs of poor people, neglected by the conventional financial institutions. Micro financial activities are as old as 200 B.C, which were started in India in shape of moneylenders, chit funds and merchant banks. Ireland and Germany are respectively second and third for starting micro financing activities to reduce poverty in 17th and 18th century respectively. Microfinance in Pakistan has been started in 1970s, government redirected credit was used as a development
about their place in 21st century Indian society. There is hope, perhaps more than in 1993, that as the government thinks more inclusively and more secularly, that good economic times will continue to foster tolerance and well-being. All of the studies and projects recommend that there be more data collected, that people be encouraged to see one another as human beings, and that politicians avoid making cheap shots for short-term gains, but those are good policies for any one, any time.