"Disadvantages Of Living In Rural And Remote Areas" Essays and Research Papers

  • Disadvantages Of Living In Rural And Remote Areas

    nurses: The working experience in rural and remote Australian communities Introduction Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation (ANMF) (2013) majority of nurses are found to be in the metropolis while minute percentage can be seen in remote and rural communities across Australia. The difficulty in recruiting and retaining workers in remote places has been a serious and long-standing problem by the government (Bennettt, Barlow, Brown, & Jones, 2012). Rural nursing has been considered as a...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1550  Words | 8  Pages

  • Rural Area

    LADI AND CHIKOR LADI AND CHIKOR is backward village in India. It comes in rural area. Firstly I want to give description about ladi and chikor: -  Population:- Near 2000  Electricity & transportation& education Ladi & chikor’s people are fight with lack of electricity, lack of good road, Lack of education. There are 90 % people are uneducated lots of people are depend on Agriculture...

    City, Employment, Health care 819  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in the Country

    Some advantages to living in the country include these points: Clean Air, no neighbors, open spaces, quiet, birds, deer and other critters. You have to love nature to live in the country. No crime, and people are usually friendly. Some disadvantages to living in the country include these points: No shopping mall or large supermarket. Power outages occur more often and usually out in the country everything runs on electric, like a well pump so you can flush the toilet, so no power and therefore...

    City, Ecology, Population 957  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Health in Usa

    The problems facing by Rural Americans in getting access to health care HCA 540 Philomena Nissy John Gaddam ABSTRACT This paper illustrates widely about the problems facing by rural Americans in getting access to the health care with reasons .It also explains the solution to the problem in order to make every one access to health care without any health disparities (htt1). People living in rural areas have many disadvantages in getting access to healthcare. Along with the access, there is...

    Health care, Health care provider, Health economics 2454  Words | 7  Pages

  • Rural and Remote

    Priorities in Australia People living in rural and isolated locations Population groups living in rural and remote areas have distinctive health concerns that relate directly to their living conditions, social isolation and distance from health services. The health and wellbeing of populations living in rural and isolated areas is generally poorer than those living in capital cities and other urban areas. Epidemiology has shown the further a person lives from a metropolitan area, the greater the risk...

    City, Health, Health care 4391  Words | 14  Pages

  • Urban Versus Rural Living

    versus Rural Living People all over the United States decide on a daily basis on where they want to live. First off people have to understand what defines rural from urban. The United States Census Bureau classifies an urban environment as having a population density of at least one thousand people per square mile. Any area surrounding those census blocks with a population density of five hundred or fewer people per square mile are classified as rural (U.S. Census Bureau). In terms of living in an...

    Census, City, Population 889  Words | 3  Pages

  • Diets in Urban and Rural Areas

    aware about healthy lifestyle? Living in different places such as urban or rural areas would be a factor on how they determine their lifestyle. People in the developed countries are more informed about living in a healthy lifestyle which make their life healthier and fitter than the people in the undeveloped countries, whereas people in Malaysia who live in an urban area are more aware and concern about living in a healthy way and the people who live in a rural area should be educated and well-informed...

    City, Epidemiology, Health 1125  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Disadvantages Indigenous Australians

    For most indigenous people, health disadvantages begin at birth, and this inequity is appalling. Something must be done to close the gap by 2030. Socioeconomic factors are associated with education, employment, and income, and each, has a substantial influence on the health of Indigenous Australians. Education, which is inaccessible for many Indigenous people, allows for the greater knowledge of health issues, and the increased understanding of both protective behaviors and risk factors. It...

    Australia, Health, Health care 804  Words | 3  Pages

  • Disadvantages of Telemedicine.

    live in areas with a shortage of health care providers. Meanwhile, videoconferencing equipment is becoming less expensive, high-speed communication networks are becoming more common and Web-based tools are becoming increasingly reliable and secure (ihealthbeat.org June 1 2010)." According to the article on ihealthbeat.org, "Government health care programs such as Medicare and Medicaid already provide some reimbursement to doctors and hospitals that provide remote care to patients in rural, underserved...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 825  Words | 3  Pages

  • Advantages and Disadvantages Working and Living In the City and Countryside

    in towns. Also, I feel that living in a place, which is a town in the country, helps to make you feel less stressed about things, as there is not continuous rushing. However one can also enjoy the benefits of a town, such as shops and other general amenities. Anyway, the people who have come to live in rural areas and commute to work in the cities have ruined the rural communities by not using the village shops, pubs, post offices, schools, etc. They think that living in the country is wonderful...

    City, Population, Rural 493  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Issues in Rural Areas of Azad Jammu and Kashmir

     Submitted By: Aamna Baig MSC First Semester Department of Anthropology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan Abstract This paper deals with health issues in rural areas of AJK. The present research was conducted in village Chamyati, District Bagh in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. The village is located on a hilltop and it is deprived of basic health facilities. After the earthquake of 8th October,2005 different NGO’s and organizations made their contribution...

    Alliance for Healthy Cities, Health, Health care 1553  Words | 5  Pages

  • Visiting a Rural Area

    VISIT IN A RURAL AREA Prepared forMr. Sheikh Morshed Jahan Associate Professor Course Instructor: Bangladesh Studies Prepared byMd. Tamzidur Rahman Roll-05 Section-A Batch-BBA 19th Institute of Business Administration University of Dhaka March 6, 2013 1|Page Letter of Transmittal March 6, 2013 Mr. Sheikh Morshed Jahan Associate Professor, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka. Sir, Here is the assignment on ‘Visit in a rural area’ that I prepared for our...

    City, Rural area, Rural economics 1681  Words | 7  Pages

  • Poverty and Rural Areas

    percent in 2003, the poverty rate in 2006 increased to practically where it was at the beginning of the millennium at 32.9 percent. Poverty has remained mostly unchanged and has also continued to be a predominantly rural phenomenon, with three out of every four persons found in the rural areas. The outlook looks even bleaker if the Philippine economy continues to grow at the same pace as it did in the last decade or so. It will take more than 17 years for half of the poor to exit poverty even if the per...

    Economic growth, Inflation, Millennium Development Goals 2593  Words | 7  Pages

  • Midterm Sustainability Of Remote Areas

    Sustainability of remote areas EIT – Energy challenge for sustainable future Group 5 About  Our project is about providing electricity and other basic needs to remote area of our chose and make that area sustainable.  We are choosing an area that is in worst position and needs help but also has a potential to produce needed energy from renewable sources. We choose Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) Because…  Their share of population without electricity is > 75%.  Talking numbers that...

    Alternative energy, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Electricity generation 383  Words | 9  Pages

  • Advantages & Disadvantages of Living Abroad

    Advantages & Disadvantages of Living Abroad There are many reasons a person may end up living abroad: military service, work requirements, marriage and higher education, to name a few. It is an exciting prospect but can be a daunting one, as well. There are pros and cons to becoming an expatriate, so be sure to weigh each side before making the big move. Culture * At first, adapting to your new country may be met with many challenges as you try to get used to the different culture. Everything...

    Currency, Exchange rate, Inflation 809  Words | 3  Pages

  • Homeless in the Rural Areas of the Philippiens

    Homeless in the Rural Areas of the Philippines “The strength of a nation derives from integrity of a home. - Confucius” This quote emphasized that a home is significant for a nation. In a proper house or home values and moral starts and it is a basic foundation of the state. Therefore having a home will have an impact to a nation. In recent decades, Homeless is a major problem of states worldwide. (Shelter 2.0 2015) In a report, 100 million people are considered homeless.(Capdevilla 2005) Most...

    Dan West, Heifer International, Homelessness 895  Words | 4  Pages

  • Living in a Condo or a House: Advantages and Disadvantages

    However, condos and houses also have some basic things in common. Whether it is a condo or a house, both of them have a wide range of advantages and disadvantages. Which option to choose when purchasing a home is much more complicated than one might think it would be! The first housing option to consider is a condo. One of the advantages of living in a condo is that there is no yard work for the owner to complete. As the owner of a condo, there is no grass to cut, no weeds to pull, and no flowers...

    Apartment, Condominium, Garage 946  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lg Rural Marketing

    India—Approach To Rural Markets Summary From the few years, consumer electronic manufactures have started focusing on the rural markets for their growth and expansion. The major reasons include saturation of urban growth rate and increased contribution and higher growth rate in markets. Increase in disposable incomes due to good agricultural output, increase in easy financial options by banks and financial institutions, increased media penetration and electrification of rural areas are influencing...

    City, Consultative selling, Customer service 846  Words | 4  Pages

  • Georgia Rural Areas and IT Implementation

     Georgia Rural Areas and IT Implementation The Enterprise and Information Technology September 1, 2013 INTRODUCTION Georgia has the second most counties of any state in the United States following Texas. Georgia has a total of 159 counties in the state. The Georgia Department of transportation is required to keep an account of all public roads in each county. Roads are maintained at a state and county level. Many of the past resources...

    City, Georgia, Infrastructure 1218  Words | 4  Pages

  • Education and Rural Areas

    minimum literacy levels among the poor? Yes they can be used in the absence of minimum literacy levels among the poor. The ICT plays a big role in the rural areas and benefits the people that live there. ICT’s are used in the poor communities to empower and help the illiterate and people with less knowledge. Applications in agricultural and rural development have often been to provide direct access to market and weather information for the poor and also provides knowledge support to research and...

    Education, Educational psychology, Gender 768  Words | 3  Pages

  • Land Use and Income in Rural Areas

    Land as defined by FAO (1976) is “an area of earth’s surface, the characteristics which embrace all reasonably stable or predictably cyclic attributes of the biosphere vertically above and below this area, including those of the atmosphere, the soil, the underlying geology, the hydrology, the plant and animal population and the results of the past and present human activity, to the extent that these attributes influence on the present and future use of the land.” Land is an essential natural resource...

    Agriculture, Capital, Economics 2433  Words | 7  Pages

  • How is Globalization Affecting Marketplaces in Remote Areas of the World?

    How is globalization affecting marketplaces in remote areas of the world? Quality of life for the poor is increased at an accelerated rate. The poor are better able to earn money and afford to buy the things they need. The International Monetary Fund talks about a study of the subject that was carried out by World Bank economists David Dollar and Aart Kraay: They concluded that since 1980, globalization has contributed to a reduction in poverty as well as a reduction in global income inequality...

    Brazil, Cooperative, Developed country 612  Words | 3  Pages

  • Potentials and Constraints of Rural Development in Zambia

    be developed. Among the socio-economic targets of all countries is the development of the rural areas. Rural development in general is usually used to denote the actions and initiatives taken to improve the standard of living in non-urban neighborhoods, countryside, and remote villages. This paper intends to discuss rural development, how its brought about and the effects both positive and negatives of rural development. The later part of the paper shall explain why this kind of development is every...

    Development, Development economics, Economic development 1901  Words | 6  Pages

  • Aging in a Rural Community

    Aging in a Rural Community Wanda W. Jones Webster University Introduction Living and aging in a rural community has many challenges. The aging of America in rural communities has gone from being the prominent lifestyle of American citizens to approximately a quarter of the country living in rural areas. Because elders prefer to remain in their homes and age in place, living in rural communities presents barriers that are not easily overcome. Transportation is a critical component of aging...

    Ageism, Aging, Geriatrics 2088  Words | 6  Pages

  • Marketing Crocs in a Rural Area

    Rural Marketing And Communication Assignment- CROCS Vision And Mission * Vision – To be the leading supplier of footwear in rural India. Have atleast one pair of crocs in each rural household. * Mission- To provide stylish, health beneficial, soft, comfortable , light weight and quality products to our customers at affordable prices. Tag line goes, “Ab khushiyon mein koi rukawat nahi “ because these crocs will solve your health problems of leg pains and backaches and...

    Acupressure, Marketing, Material 773  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural vs. Urban

    Rural Community vs. Urban Community Some people prefer the hustle and bustle of the city life while others prefer the relaxed and laid back life of the country. Living in a rural community and living in an urban community are completely different. Most people have their preference of where they would like to live. Your lifestyle will always be influenced by the society in which you choose to live. Some people find a rural life boring while other people find an urban life too chaotic. To some...

    City, Developed environments, Population 775  Words | 3  Pages

  • How Is Living in a City Better Than Living in a Rural Area

    How Is Living In a City Better Than Living In a Rural area Some people prefer to live in the countryside because they consider that living in the countryside is more healthier. But here is a fun fact: city counties ranked healthier than the rural. Generally, people might think living in the countryside would be healthier than living in cities, but it is not necessarily, according to a study comparing relative health among cities, suburbs and rural areas. Since one of the most important factor...

    City, Developed environments, Metropolitan area 781  Words | 2  Pages

  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Fuels

    Advantages and Disadvantages of Renewable Fuels Solar Energy: Advantages: -Energy is free although there is a building cost. -Causes no pollution, however, energy may go into machines that produce pollution. -Solar energy can be used in remote areas where it is too expensive to extend the electricity power grid. -Estimated that the worlds oil reserves will last for 30-40 years whereas solar energy is infinite. Disadvantages: -Solar energy can only be harnessed when it is daytime...

    Coal, Electrical generator, Fossil fuel 617  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effect of Oil Spillage in Rural Areas(Nigeria)

    A RESEARCH TOPIC ON THE IMPACT OF OIL SPILLAGE ON RURAL AREAS IN NIGERIA SUBMITTED TO COVENTRY UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS BY NWANNA ONYINYECHI RUTH STUDENT ID; 5423377 INTRODUCTION Oil spillage is the introduction of chemical hydrocarbon into the ecosystem. Such as lands, water systems, forest etc. which serves as a habitat for humans, mammals, birds, fishes...

    Bioremediation, Environmental issues with shipping, Environmental movement 1064  Words | 6  Pages

  • Country Living vs Living in the City

    Living In The Country Vs. Living In A Big City Living in the country or in a rural are is much better all the way around than living in a big city. According to Suzanne McLaren's and Lisa M. Hope's article "Rural- Urban Differences In Reasons For Living" , residents living in regional cities and urban areas reported fewer reasons to stay alive than those in regional towns and rural areas. People in urban environments reported less survival and coping beliefs when faced with a ...

    City, Crime, Population 669  Words | 4  Pages

  • Country Living Vs City Living

    13, 2013 County Living Vs. City Living Country living is relaxing and private, compared to living in the city where it is constantly loud and anyone can show up at the doorstep. Country living and city living have many different aspects. There are many advantages and disadvantages to life in the country or to life in the city. The advantages of living in the country definitely outweigh the advantages of living in the city. City living has many advantages, but the disadvantages outweigh the advantages...

    Cesspit, Septic drain field, Septic tank 1488  Words | 4  Pages

  • Cause and Effect of People Migrating from Rural Areas to Urban Areas

    There have always been a continuous trend of people migrating from rural dwellings to urban area in search of an earning, better education or may be due to environmental degradation in rural areas. Even, political conflicts, wars, and income disparities among and within regions may also be a motivating factor which results in migration whether international or national. Whatever may be the reasons, migration is a very common phenomenon nowadays in most of the cities. Recent studies reveal that...

    City, Health care, Human migration 957  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural and Urban

    RURAL AND URBAN Imagine that all people live in villages or they all live in cities. How would the life be if people lived the same lifestyle? A proverb in Yemen says,” Being rural is the best color of lifestyle.’’ In which is meant living in villages is better than living in cities. Well, there is no doubt that life in villages is so beautiful, and very interesting indeed, but at the same there are people who prefer to live in metropolitan cities and this is due to their lust of living...

    City, Developed environments, Education 901  Words | 3  Pages

  • Demand for Consumer Durables in Rural Areas

    DURABLES IN RURAL MARKET (A STUDY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDORE DISTRICT) The Indian consumer durables segment can be segregated into consumer electronics (LCDs,LED’s,Ctv’s, home theater systems,etc.) and consumer appliances (white goods) like refrigerators, washing machines, air conditioners, microwave ovens, dishwashers and small home appliances. Television, Refrigerator and Air-conditioner have penetration of around 25 per cent, 17 per cent & 4 per cent respectively in the rural .  CONSUMER...

    Air conditioner, Economics, Economy 762  Words | 3  Pages

  • Problems Faced by Rural Women

    This is to focus on the problems faced by the rural muslim woman in the Kashmir Valley, their Aspirations and “Way Out ”, so that a bright, and a prosperous future is seen as a ‘REALITY’, which then can help in containing the ongoing crisis in the valley to some extent. “REMEMBER” Woman is a backbone of any strong society. She is a source of constant support and motivation to the entire family. She is timid, soft and sweet and bears more pains then men. Woman are more innovative and self reliant...

    Health care, Health care provider, Human rights 922  Words | 6  Pages

  • City Living vs Country Living

    Comparison and Contrast Eng. 1 Country Living vs. City Living There are many advantages and disadvantages of choosing to live in the country or to live in a city; such as social setting; air quality; employment; and entertainment. The advantages of living in a city outweigh the advantages of living in the country. When living in the country there are fewer people to interact with compared to city living. Your closest neighbor may be a mile or more away and there are not as many people to...

    Animal Collective, City, English-language films 995  Words | 3  Pages

  • To What Extent Do You Agree That an Outflow of Rural Young People to the Urban Areas Has an Adverse Effect on the Rural Areas in the Developing Countries? Explain Your Answer.

    agree that an outflow of rural young people to the urban areas has an adverse effect on the rural areas in the developing countries? Explain your answer. In developing countries, the rural areas are those places that have poor living conditions and the main occupation in farming. The people there have little access to proper education and healthcare facilities. Also, as farmers, their income is very low and unstable, because of the seasonal harvest. Some of the rural villagers may be even facing...

    Agriculture, City, Crime 787  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural

    Even after 56 years of Independence, right from the Nehru era to the Vajpayee era, the rural India of today still short of basic amenities, like drinking water, electricity, roads, housing, food and clothing. Once Gandhiji told the renowned author Mr. Mulk Raj Anand that we can't build India unless we build villages. Gandhiji wanted to make the villages independent republics, independent in governance and for routine requirements, governed by the people of the villages and self sufficient for...

    City, Population, Rainwater harvesting 1417  Words | 5  Pages

  • Main Causes of Pollution in Urban and Rural Areas

    11th January 2013 This report in order to your assignment task regarding to the Main Causes Of “Pollution In Urban And Rural Areas”.Kindly go through the report thoroughly and give feedback accordingly. T.A “MAIN CAUSES OF POLLUTION IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS” CAUSES OF LAND POLLUTION: [pic] REASON: ...

    Groundwater, Noise pollution, Pollution 743  Words | 3  Pages

  • “Motivations of the people from rural areas to migrate in the cities”

    SOCIOLOGICAL and ANTHROPOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION “Motivations of the people from rural areas to migrate in the cities” [Jimo B. Angeles] CA8-A1 I. Topic: “Motivations of the people from rural areas to migrate in the cities” II. Insights, Ideas about the topic The nature of man is to find their own happiness by seeking pleasure and keeping themselves free from any kind of pain. People are living in a society. We, Filipinos have our own unique values system through the ideologist...

    City, Manila, Metro Manila 1641  Words | 6  Pages

  • Urbanization and Rural Migrants

    The process in which an increasing proportion of the population live in cities/urban areas. Urban growth: Increase in population size and/or physical size of the towns, cities and other larger urban settlements in a country or a region. Process whereby settlements grow in terms of population number and/or physical size Megacity: A giant metropolis with a population of at least 10 million Slums: A residential area that is physically and socially deteriorated and in which satisfactory family life...

    City, Population, Poverty 1951  Words | 7  Pages

  • living in the country

    Firstly In a addition / Moreover / Furthermore So /as a result / Therefore However / On the other hand / In contrast In conclusion / To sum up / On the whole Living in the country is often the secret dream of certain city-dwellers.______________ (1), in reality it has both its advantages anddisadvantages. There are many advantages to living in the country. ____________________(2), one lo much closer to nature and can enjoy morepeace and quiet.___________________ (3), life In the country is much slower...

    Base station, City, Mobile phone 967  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marriages in Rural Areas of Punjab

    MARRIAGE SYSTEM IN RURAL PUNJAB. PLACE - PUNJAB, RAIPUR. DATED: 25th AUGUST 2013 The Marriage system of rural Punjab even though similar to existing system of Hindu marriage in India has a unique traditional difference. These are the excerpts of some families which I have interviewed and realized the underlying beauty in their system with its efforts to retain their clanship as well as maintain an extended family without compromising and hurting the feelings of the newlyweds and their well being...

    Arranged marriage, Bride kidnapping, Family 1127  Words | 3  Pages

  • Advantages & Disadvantages of Constructing a Factory at Housing Area.

    the project while others tried to oppose it. After conducting researches regarding this matter, I, as one of the members of the local committee, would like to share my opinion on the advantages and disadvantages of building the proposed factory at our community in this paper. The main disadvantage of building this factory is pollution. Use of machine for manufacturing cans and tins will create waste products such as ashes, dirt, smoke, and some chemical wastes. The factory has to put in great...

    Factory, Industrial Revolution, Pollution 909  Words | 3  Pages

  • What Are Some of the Barriers to Overcome in the Rural Health Care System and How Do They Affect the Quality of Physiotherapy Care Available in Rural Australia?

    overcome in the rural health care system and how do they affect the quality of physiotherapy care available in rural Australia? Introduction This paper is aimed at examining the barriers in the rural regions that contribute towards a poor physiotherapy care and exploring some strategies to work towards a better physiotherapy care in those regions. With higher mortality rates and lower life expectancy, rural health has been a major concern for the Australian Government and having rural health catch...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 2216  Words | 6  Pages

  • Rural Life vs. Urban Life. a Russian Example.

    It is indisputable that there has always been a sharp distinction between urban and rural living. Therefore many people at some period of their life find themselves questioning the advantages of rural and urban life. Many villagers would like to abandon their godforsaken place and to move to a big city. All of us know a modern Russian fairytale about a girl or a guy who leaves his home country to conquer Moscow. The fact is that it seems to some people prestigious to live in the very centre of a...

    City, Ecology, Population 1388  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Development Homework 1

    a team of rural development specialists, how do you address the issues and what kind of intervention should be provided? 3) Please provide your key recommendation to policy and decision makers for them to include in the policy frameworks. Cambodian Poverty Cambodia's census conducted in 2008 recorded a population of 13,395,682 (6,516,054 males and 6,879,628 females). The annual population growth rate declined from 2.49% in 1998 to 1.54% in 2008. 80.5% of Cambodians live in rural areas. The average...

    Cambodia, Demography, Perinatal mortality 915  Words | 3  Pages

  • A Critical Analysis of the Advantages and Disadvantages of Urbanization in Malawi

    A critical analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of urbanization in Malawi In Malawi urbanization is defined as a process whereby the functions of a rural settlement increasingly become oriented towards non-agricultural activities (United Nations Malawi, 2011). Malawi is rated as the fastest urbanizing country in the world with 20% of its population classified as urban and it is estimated that about 44% of the country’s population will be urban by 2015 (Gondwe, Feng & Ayenagbo, 2011). It...

    City, Poverty, Rural area 1029  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rural Marketing

    “Emerging opportunities in Rural Market 0f India” Abstract Marketing Seminar 2012 Held at ITS Mohanagar on 2-3 March Submitted by, Krishna Kumar & Vikram Kumar Jaiswal PGDM (2011-13) emails:- krishnakumar@its.edu.in, vikramkumarjaiswal@its.edu.in Contact number: Krishna-7827249697, vikram-8287948327 “Emerging opportunities in Rural Market of India” Abstract ‘India lives in villages’ According to approximation of census 2011, 69% of the entire population of India lives in villages...

    Agricultural economics, Agriculture, India 579  Words | 3  Pages

  • Indigenous Disadvantage

    Strait Islander People Why are Indigenous people in Australia still disadvantaged with regard to health care and services? For the last 200 years Indigenous people have been victims of discrimination, prejudice and disadvantage. Poor education, poor living conditions and general poverty are still overwhelming issues for a large percentage of our people and we remain ‘as a group, the most poverty stricken sector of the working class’ in Australia (Cuthoys 1983). As a people, our rate...

    Australia, Health, Health care 2092  Words | 7  Pages

  • Emerging trends in Rural Areas & Effective marketing strategy for Rural Marketing

    Marketing in Rural India What is market? Answer to this question is, According to Philip Kotler “Market is a set of existing and potential customers” and “Marketing is meeting needs profitability”. To do it effectively and efficiently one must need to identify target market on the basis of segmentation, targeting & positioning. In this recent scenario Rural India is emerging as a big hit target market. Total rural population in India as per latest analysis is 839082548.2 which contributes 70%...

    City, Ecology, India 1080  Words | 3  Pages

  • Urban vs. Rural Education

    Colgate is a virtual mecca for this area. So a double standard is evident: the presence of a relatively prestigious college is no doubt an inspiration to local students; but the reality of the matter is - how many of these youths could, and would, achieve a college diploma? And so for the research paper, my selected topic would explore the relationship between the rural poor and education. But more specifically, having read the Hallway Hangers, how do poor, rural youths differ in their educational...

    Article, City, Education 1403  Words | 4  Pages

  • rural livelihood

    FACULTY OF CONSERVATION, THE ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT OF RURAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COURSE : SOCIAL ECONOMICS OF RURAL LIVELIHOOD CODE : ERL213 LECTURE : FRANCIS UNGAPEMBE STUDENT : GIFT KAPOTA YEAR : 2 ASSIGNMENT : Seven QUESTION : Discuss the role of government in promoting socio-economics of rural livelihood DUE DATE : 7 September 2013 DATE SUBMITTED: 2 September...

    Economic development, Economics, Land reform 1383  Words | 4  Pages

  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Living in a Boarding House

    to have furniture, bedding or cooking equipment ♦ having a location providing access to a range of services and facilities ♦ proximity to public transport and shops ♦ possibilities of companionship and friendship due to communal living arrangements. Disadvantages can include: ♦ lack of privacy ♦ problems/conflict with other boarders ♦ low standard and cleanliness of facilities ♦ having to share facilities, (e.g. room & comfort room in some cases) ♦ small size of room ♦ insecurity of tenure ...

    Boarding house, Hostel, House 2162  Words | 6  Pages

  • City Living vs Country Living

    City Living versus Country Living Many families and individuals find themselves at some point questioning the advantages of city living versus country living. It is nearly impossible to find a good answer to this question. What is good for one person might not be good for another. Some people enjoy the busy, hyper active metropolitan city where they can use all amenities and have unlimited opportunities for work and leisure. At the same time, other people feel the urge to be closer to Mother Nature...

    City, Ecology, Population 1278  Words | 4  Pages

  • Compare and Contrast / City Living vs. Country Living

    City Living vs. Country Living There are many advantages and disadvantages of choosing to live in the country or to live in the city. But the advantages of living in the country definitely outweigh the advantages of living in the city. In the city, public schools are often packed full of students resulting in larger class sizes and no real teacher student relationship. You would be lucky if your teacher could put a name to your face. Though, bigger schools in the city offer more courses for...

    Bus, City, Education 980  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marketing Plan For Rural Market Area FMCG Product

    Marketing Plan For Rural Market Area – FMCG Product By:- Somendra Kumar Meena RURAL MARKET Rural Marketing can be defined as a function that managesall activities involved in assessing, stimulating, and converting the purchasing power of rural consumers into aneffective demand for specific products and services and moving these products and services to the people in rural areas to create satisfaction and a better standard of livingand thereby achieving...

    Good, Market, Marketing 714  Words | 6  Pages

  • advantages and disadvantages of living in the city and living in hometown

    Student: Trần Thị Hà ID: 1111120089 TOPIC: Advantages and disadvantages of living in a city and in the countryside. The rapid economic growth in many countries has led to widening gap between cities and rural areas. One of the most controversial issues rising today is which place is better to live. I think everything has 2 sides, both the city and the countryside have the advantages and disadvantages. It isn’t deniable that living in such a big city has a lot of convenience. People can approach...

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