• Ngos
    Samman- Goonj believes that reusing old clothes can help solve the clothing problem of the poor. 2. Not just a piece of cloth- Goonj has been striving to establish partnerships between rural and rich urban schools. 3. Rahat Floods- Goonj initiates Rahat floods annually for collect relief...
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  • Developmental economic
    -continental: between continents Intra-continental: between countries on a given continent Inter-regional: within countries One of the most significant migration patterns has been of rural to urban migration—the movement of people from the countryside to cities in search of opportunities. Of the 1...
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  • MR Nyakotyo
    people have been found to turn to RNFE for different reasons. In poor rural areas some households will make a positive choice to take advantage of opportunities in the rural non-farm economy, taking into consideration the wage differences between the two sectors and the riskiness of each type of...
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  • Tata Nano Controversy
    both ruling parties in their respective civil societies (especially in rural areas) is fragile. This was exposed by the Singur and Nandigram resistances in West Bengal. There are also reports of mounting dissatisfaction among rural residents in Gujarat with the BJP, which is seen as catering to urban...
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  • Beijing Bicycle
    The Divine Divide The average cost of a bicycle is 100 dollars. While for some, the amount is minute but for others, it is their “livelihood”. Using bicycles, the renowned director, XiaoShuai, explores the social schism between people in contemporary China with his award-winning Beijing Bicycle...
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  • A Study on Ob Model for the Bottom of the Pyamid
    compare between consumers from rural and urban areas. Rural area consumer is farmer where as urban area consumer is working class individual. • Risk Aversion : Investing in rural areas seem to be a high risk call for companies which they try to avoid and do not venture into developing a comprehensive...
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  • Hydroponic System
    depends on subsistence farming and fishing for their livelihoods. There are substantial differences in the level of poverty between the regions and provinces and the poverty gap between urban and rural areas is widening. Together with the food shortage is residential area shortage; to suffice this...
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  • India's Growing Population
    differences between the states in the proportion of rural and urban population, Such as varying from almost 90 per cent in Assam and Bihar to 61 per cent in Maharashtra. Agriculture is the largest and one of the most important sectors of the rural economy and contributes both to economic growth and...
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  • Sociology for Caribbean Students by Naseer Mustapha
    political power. Social and community networks are important. Rural and Urban Poverty Though rural and urban differences are becoming reduced in the Caribbean, the characteristics and dynamics of poverty are still different in rural and urban social setrings, As such, it is necessary to examine...
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  • Unemployment
    about one per cent per annum during 1993-94 to 1999-2000. Employment in absolute numbers has risen from 374 million in 1994 (2.04%) to 397 million in 2000 (0.98%). Unemployment is more prominent in urban areas than in rural areas. Unemployment or underemployment levels fat" women are higher than for men...
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  • law and poverty
    %. Mid-1970s to 1990: Income poverty declined significantly between the mid-1970s and the end of the 1980s. The decline was more pronounced between 1977-78 and 1986-87, with rural income poverty declining from 51% to 39%. It went down further to 34% by 1989-90. Urban income poverty went down from 41...
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  • Study of Attitude
    between the distribution of scale in rural and urban with respect to sending girls out of station for further studies Alternate hypothesis - that there is a difference between the distribution of scale in rural and urban with respect to sending girls out of station for further studies Tabulated...
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  • A Socio-Economic Study on Rural Women and Food Security in Some Selected Areas of Mymensingh District
    . In contrast, the HIES data show that during the early 1980s and 1990s, per capita calorie intake went up steadily for the rural population but declined for the urban population due to the reduction in per capita cereal consumption (Figure 1.2).Between 1991-92 and 2000, urban per capita calorie...
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  • Contribution of Mobile Phones to Rural Livelihoods
    EJISDC (2010) 42, 3, 1-15 1 CONTRIBUTION OF MOBILE PHONES TO RURAL LIVELIHOODS AND POVERTY REDUCTION IN MOROGORO REGION, TANZANIA Alfred Said Sife Sokoine University of Agriculture Tanzania sifesas@yahoo.com asife@suanet.ac.tz Elizabeth Kiondo University of Dar es Salaam Tanzania...
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  • Agriculture and Food Security in Pakistan
    between rural and urban areas. Households located in urban areas used their incomes to buy food from the market, while rural households produced substantial proportion of food required for their subsistence. The other major difference was between poor and non-poor households within the rural areas. A...
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  • Business Researdh Methods
    reduce poverty in rural Ghana. We have had the Structural Adjustment Program and Economics Recovery Program all aimed at increasing the welfare of populates of the urban and rural area. We have also had so many different models which were geared at poverty reduction. We also had the era of subsidies...
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  • Food Security
    and McEwan, 1992). The risk of livelihood failure INTRODUCTION declining rural development expenditure 15 and decreasing agricultural growth rates. Rural employment grew at a rate in excess of 2 per cent per annum between 1987 – 88 and 1993 – 94, but grew far more slowly at 0.66 per cent...
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  • Unemployment
    communication, the rural youth has diverted from their ancestral jobs like farming ,cattle and dairy business etc. so they were moved to nearby urban areas for livelihood. 2) Ceiling of land : The criteria of ceiling land are diverting to all the rural people who were totally dependent on only source of...
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  • Socio Economic Profile of Househohold Consumers in Mizoram: India
    the household respondents are illiterates. Even though there is not much difference between rural and urban respondents in respect of illiterates, the rural sample shows that majority of the rural households have passed class 10 i.e. 25% of the 320 rural households, while the majority of the urban...
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  • Agric Development
    hungry each day. Approximately 75 percent of the absolute poor in developing countries live in rural areas, where they depend mostly on agriculture for their livelihoods. Thus, reducing poverty in rural areas, and hunger in both rural and urban areas, will depend heavily on the sustainable...
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