• urban sustainability
    Urban sustainability Name Instructor In the global context, Urbanization is viewed as an essential trend for development for a couple of decades to come, this is especially the case in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asian countries. Cities in mentioned regions as well...
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  • Sdsd
    Present Situation: Agriculture is a key sector of the Indian economy, providing both employment and livelihood opportunities to more than 70 percent of the country's population not only in rural but also the urban areas. Hence economic development in India will only come with agricultural development. Considering...
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  • Urbanisation
    unemployment, poverty, inadequate health, poor sanitation, urban slums and environmental degradation pose a formidable challenge in many developing countries. Available statistics show that more than half of the world’s 6.6 billion people live in urban areas, crowded into 3 percent of the earth’s land area...
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  • Understanding Interstitiyal Spaces to Address Gender Resource Gaps
    resource gaps exist in multiple forms and are interrelated at manifold levels _________________ 9 Relation between gender resource gaps and spaces __________________________________________ 10 Relation between gender resource gaps and services _________________________________________ 10 The Solution : Inclusive...
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  • Economic Development
    challenge. 2. Population, Resources, and the Environment Rapidly growing populations have led to land, water, and fuel wood shortages and in rural areas and to urban health crises stemming from lack of sanitation and clean water. In many of the poorest regions of the globe, it is clear that increasing population...
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  • Is Inequality the Price to Pay for China's Growth?
    Is inequality the price to pay for China’s growth? Economic inequality is much more than just “differences in wealth”. It is a broad term referring to inequality among individuals, groups within society and across whole nations. Negative social economic phenomena, such as shorter life expectancy, poverty...
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  • law and poverty
    a situation people want to escape. It gives rise to a feeling of a discrepancy between what one has and what one should have. The term poverty is a relative concept. It is very difficult to draw a demarcation line between affluence and poverty. According to Adam Smith - Man is rich or poor according...
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  • Woman Managers
    installed a television in the workshop for the live telecast of an India-Pakistan cricket match. Samerth an Ahmedabad-based NGO, has tried to make a difference. Founded in the early nineties to promote participatory development among marginalised and vulnerable communities, it is one of the several organisations...
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  • Determinant Factors of Demand in Dairy Food Market - Implications for Milk Production in Bangladesh
    Bangladesh ARIK ROY Dairy has emerged recently as an important sub-sector in agriculture with profound implications for human health, livelihoods and the environment. Milk production in Bangladesh has increased during the past two decades. Improvement of high yielding crossbreed dairy and veterinary...
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  • Goal Succession
    “Dead China-Make’’ Phones Off the Grid: Investigating and Designing for Mobile Phone Use in Rural Africa Susan P. Wyche The Center for Human-Computer Interaction Computer Science Department Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA 24060 USA spwyche@gmail.com ABSTRACT Laura L. Murphy Department of Global Health...
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  • Beijing Bicycle
    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. Guei, the main character of the movie, represents the multitude of migrant workers coming to urban areas. Jian, another...
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  • microfinance in india
    EMPOWERMENT IN INDIA Introduction Women’s empowerment in India is heavily dependent on many different variables that include geographical location (urban/rural), educational status, social status (caste and class), and age. Policies on women’s empowerment exist at the national, state, and local (Panchayat)...
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  • Financial Inclusion
    Task Force and the Financial Inclusion Fund reflect the priority attached by the Government to the subject. DFID has been involved in a number of livelihood diversification projects in India and other countries especially for the marginalised and DFID’s stake in the subject obviously derives from the...
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  • Agriculture and Food Security in Pakistan
    of food security 2 - Agriculture and Food Security 2.1 Agriculture in Pakistan 2.2 Rural people remain poor 2.3 Who are the Rural Poor? 2.4 Agricultural growth is not enough 3– Food Poverty 4 - Food insecurity in rural Pakistan 5 – Strategic options 6 – Supporting requirements 7 - References Page 3...
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  • World Hunger
    sicknesses and diseases. Hunger, malnutrition and under nutrition are all terms used to describe aspects of this problem. There is an important difference between 'under nutrition' and 'malnutrition'. Under nutrition is quantitative and means that people do not get enough to eat whereas malnutrition is...
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  • Debate Solutions
    because the religious parties might influence the people of their religion 5. this can also led to broadening of gaps between people of different religion 6. in competition between different religious parties the real purpose of democracy may not be served 7. the laws made by the government might...
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  • Unity in Diversity
    ratified by the Government of India in 1989. The government has undertaken various programmes since independence to provide safe drinking water to the rural masses. Water and sanitation have been matter of concern since the first five year plan. Since then, various schemes and programs have been framed...
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  • Rural and Gender in Development
    1. INTRODUCTION: As far as rural development is concerned different African governments have paid different emphasis towards safeguarding the issues and interests of rural areas since they have appreciated their contribution towards the national economy being the areas where primary production takes...
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  • Health Improvement
    a more integrated and effective global response to poverty and environmental decline. To succeed, we need to focus on the most important links between poverty, the environment and sustainable development. For many, ensuring sound environmental management means curtailment of economic opportunities...
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  • Rural-Urban Differences in Consumer Decision Making in South Africa
    RuralUrban differences in consumer decision making in South Africa By Mzimkulu Christopher Landu Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree: Master of Commerce (Research proposal) In the Department of Industrial Psychology Faculty of economic and Management...
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