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  • 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 that were available

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  • Essay on Rural and Urban Areas

    Short essay on Rural and Urban Communities One of the broadcasts and most revealing of all social contracts is exhibited by the differences of urban and rural life. This contrast is one of social environment. It divides community organization in two broad types-the urban and the rural. For many centuries city and country are two general types of human habitation. However‚ we must remember that rural and urban depict modes of community life‚ not simply geographical locations. The most obvious

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  • Changes in Rural Areas

    Discuss the changes in rural areas and their impact on gender.  Is modernization and development the answer? Poverty is highly found in rural areas where there is a lack of education‚ healthcare‚ limits access of choices‚ and numerous challenges for its habitants. A major cause of poverty among India’s rural people is the lack of access to productive assets and financial resources as well as high levels of illiteracy. According to International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) women in

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  • 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

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  • Impact of Branchless Banking in Rural Areas as a Part of Financial Inclusion

    of Branchless Banking in rural areas as a part of Financial Inclusion Key words- Branchless Banking‚ Financial inclusion‚ globalization and Service. The self service concept in the modern business is considerable recognition these days. It plays a vital role in reducing costs to an organization by facilitating automated interface between service provider and a customer. The term financial inclusion is offering of services at a lower cost to major sections of the rural people. Open access to public

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  • Rural Tourism

    WHISTLING WOODS TOURS AND TRAVELS ‘RURAL INDIA…Pure. Natural. Unspoiled. The way life should be…’ About Rural Tourism Villages are abundant in refreshing greenery‚ openness‚ fresh natural airs‚ pastoral beauty‚ and touching and winsome rustic simplicity. Far away from the hustle and bustle of congested cities’ life‚ and polluted air & ambience‚ villages offer fresh comforting breezes‚ lavish openness‚ and pleasant & soothing solitude. Thus‚ the village tourism is an expedient means of spending

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  • Rural Area and Term Paper Examples

    their production plants in the nearby countries like Bangladesh and China where electricity supply is convenient and side by side cheap. In the past 4 years the modern cities are experiencing about 8-12 hours of load shedding as compared to the rural areas where load shedding has accede to almost 12-14 hours of load shedding. This power shortage is also affecting the gross domestic product of our country as the country’s GDP is decreasing to 2% every passing year indicating a destructive economic

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    URBAN AND RURAL AREAS Human settlements are classified as rural or urban depending on the density of human-created structures and resident people in a particular area. Urban areas can include town and cities while rural areas include villages and hamlets. While rural areas may develop randomly on the basis of natural vegetation and fauna available in a region‚ urban settlements are proper‚ planned settlements built up according to a process called urbanization. Many times‚ rural areas are focused

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  • Urban Versus Rural Life

    Urban versus Rural Living Every country has its own taste‚ lifestyles and certain norms and standards. Every country presents two different types of culture in that very setting. There has always been a sharp distinction between urban and rural living‚ with each having its particular advantages and disadvantages. Both these present contrasting characters with different lifestyles and different perception of life. It has been noted that one of the contrast between

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  • How Has the Armed Conflict in Colombia Affected the Quality of Life of People, Especially in Rural Areas?

    How has the armed conflict in Colombia affected the quality of life of people‚ especially in rural areas? The armed conflict in Colombia is a social issue that has developed for years in a constant fight between the government and the armed revolutionary groups as FARC‚ this issue brings more issues especially the growing one of the displacement of poor and rural families‚ that these groups force to leave their homes and go away normally they go to cities to the street and loose the little quality

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