Rural Development
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Rural development had entirely different tracjectories for the countries of the North and South. Rural development has virtually stunted in the Niger and had developed retrogressively over many years due to government apathy and ineptitude. Structural deficiencies and institutional weaknesses also pose serious challenges to heightened development in Niger.
Hospice in Rural Countries
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This paper focuses on the identification of the socioeconomic, physician-related, and rural-urban factors influencing the Medicare-certified hospice in the tree rural-urban areas from the 3,140 counties basing on the 2005 Area Resource File for county- level data base.… Given the increasing statistical figures of families and patients who certainly will be…
Life in Rural Areas
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Living or retiring to the scenic beauty and the peace and serenity of the country-side is a cherished desire of countless people. The Commission for Rural Communities notes that the quality of life in the rural areas is much higher than that of the urban areas.… But despite the advantages of life in country-side one in five households in the rural areas lives…
Rural Life and Culture
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Rural Life and Culture Introduction I went to a rural farm that belonged to my uncle. My father had taken leave from work and we had planned to visit my uncle’s farm to have a unique experience away from the city. My uncle used to send us apples and oranges and different kinds of fruits as they soon as they would be ripe.… When I arrived, I was astonished to…
Urban Rural divide
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This is nearly 86% of the entire population of the country. Additionally, there are over 490,000 businesses in the rural areas registered, which constitute about 26% of… This diverse population in the demographic makeup of the rural sections of the country also has a vastly broad economic composition. It is notable that agriculture constitutes the relatively…
Rural Tourism in UK
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Table of Contents Abstract 2 1Introduction 3 1.1Background study 3 1.2Aims and objectives 7 2Literature review 9 2.1Nature and types of rural tourism 9 2.2Study of the characteristics and experiences of rural tourists in order to identify potential rural tourists 11 2.3Rural tourism in UK 17 2.4Benefits of rural tourism in UK 26 3Methodology 31 4Discussion and Conclusion 33 References 41 56 Abstract This research gives an overview of rural tourism in UK, where it defines rural tourism, examines various statistical data available on rural tourism at a national level, explores the extent of development in this arena and studies the benefits of this form of tourism.…
Rural Mental Health
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Isolation prevails both culturally and geographically. In recent times a lot of initiative is taken up by the government and other organizations to fight the evils of isolation: Australian… The project has developed a community based mental service. It has implemented a different kind of financial arrangement which reached out to the remote community. The…
Rural Areas Development
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In twenty first century, the rural areas in the developed world have undergone tremendous changes, especially in the economic sector. The importance of primary sector in the rural economy of public sector has progressively declined since the end of the World War II.… The means livelihood of the rural population in the developed world has substantially altered…
Rural Poverty Alleviation
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On the whole, the concept of micro-credit for the benefit of the rural poor in India has not met with success even after sixty years of independence and the best of intentions and schemes by successive governments and non-government organizations (NGOs). (Arun Chadha) … In a large and diverse country like India, it is not surprising to experience the kind of…
Development of Rural Economy
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: This paper has been written in recognition of a development economics issue which concerns the economies and nations throughout the world. The first part of this paper talks about the development of any economy and relates it to how these steps could be trickled down to both the rural and urban areas.… Economic growth is believed to be…
Rural Change and Development
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According to one of the reports by the World Bank, it is estimated that about 75 percent of the poor people live in the rural areas. To this end, North and South regions of England are no exception. Just as is the case with other countries, the main source of livelihood to communities living in these regions is agriculture.… Characterized by high index of…
Poverty in Rural America
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Poverty in the rural United States of America is a significant and often neglected feature of rural life in a nation that is a global economic superpower and ought not to have such a problem. However, for reasons rooted in history and capitalistic exploitation, many in rural… A system based on free market economics makes it difficult for the most vulnerable to…
Rural Telecom Industry
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As the global economy grows, connectivity and convenience also grow proportionately. While a few years ago, getting connectivity to rural areas was a huge task. Today, it is the management of data, which has taken precedence in the area. As mergers and acquisitions are made, companies grow larger; their subscriber base grows bigger.… Cities, towns, villages,…
India: Creating rural entrepreneurs
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Business – this word always rings an alarm, and businessmen are always thought to be selfish and cruel, it’s what the concept of “smart businessman” is. A smart businessman is always considered to be selfish and a bit cruel, who always seek for good opportunities for… Business and economic decisions got a high impact on society. Indeed they act as the main…
Rural Delivery Journal
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John Q. Student Professor Doe English 344 8 May 2000 “Rural Delivery” Journal I grew up in a very rural area, similar to the one described by Kingsolver in “Rural Delivery.” Once, I was involved in an introductory activity for a class where the students had to fill out a bingo card.… My town is a small community at the base of a mountain range. Most residents…
Rural Poverty and Environment
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The article Environment and Development (p487) states that, "environmental destruction and high fertility go hand in hand, they are both direct outgrowths of absolute poverty." Accordingly, the issues of "landlessness, poverty and lack of access to institutional resources" must first be addressed.… Andrew Steer in his article "Ten Principles of the New…
Reflection on rural externship
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In one of these cases, a Miss A.B came to the pharmacy asking for paracetamol. I observed that Miss A.B was flushed and had glassy eyes. She was also bundled up with a thick jacket even when it was… She then came to the pharmacy for assistance. While observing her, I felt very sympathetic towards her and the pain, discomfort, and the sickly feeling she must…
Government Objectives For Rural Areas
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- Flourishing, comprehensive and maintainable rural societies, guaranteeing people have refined places to live by humanizing the superiority and sustainability of local surroundings and neighborhoods'; (iii) Encouraging the progress of the regions by humanizing their economic presentation so that all are competent to reach their full capability - by developing spirited, varied and flourishing rural venture that provides a variety of jobs and underpins powerful economies. …
Australian Rural and Remote Nursing
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This paper shall discuss the scope of nursing practice in the Australian rural and remote setting. This paper is being carried out in order to establish a thorough and clear understanding of the subject matter. … This essay approves that rural and remote nurses considered as independent nurse practitioners often carry out Pap smears on their women patients.…
Health disparities in Rural areas
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The health status of minority population in the United States is poor compared to the rest of the population. Minorities are deprived of good healthcare facilities. The healthcare advancements of the nation is yet to benefit the disadvantaged and negatively privileged.… Great health care disparities prevail in United States. Health status of the negatively…
Rural Idyll and Social Exclusion
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Rural Idyll and Social Exclusion Rural idyll is the attraction value that the rural give to the people living in the cities and convinces them that the villages provide poor quality of life and would never wish to associated with the rural areas.… The images in the rural places provide the revelation of the kind of lifestyles by the people, cultures, the…
Rural/Community Hospital Role Transition
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Rural Hospital Practice Institution Introduction Medical practice reaches out to people in different ways. Depending mostly with the level of seriousness with which the patient is infected, referrals are made. This may be at a rural or Federal level.… Being an RN nursing student I had an opportunity to have a field experience CentraCare hospital which is in…
Government objectives for rural areas
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- Flourishing, comprehensive and maintainable rural societies, guaranteeing people have refined places to live by humanizing the superiority and sustainability of local surroundings and neighborhoods’; (iii) Encouraging the progress of the regions by humanizing their economic… e farming attains high ecological principles, minimising impression on natural…
Brazil Piaui Rural Advancement Committee
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contents 1. INTRODUCTION 2. INTRODUCTION OF CONTEXT 3. KEY OBJECTIVES 4. ACTIVITIES, SERVICE DESCRIPTION AND TARGETED GROUP 4.1 ACTIVITIES 4.2 SERVICE DESCRIPTION 4.2.1 Providing Training 4.2.2 MicroFinance 4.3 TARGETED GROUP 5. RATIONALE FOR FORMING THE NON-PROFIT ORGANISATION SOLUTION 6.… This region has been chosen due to its high levels of poverty in…
HIV Treatment in Rural Zimbabwe
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HIV Treatment in rural Zimbabwe Name: Professor: Course: Date: Introduction HIV and AIDS has been a health crisis globally. The effects are, however, magnified in the developing countries due to various social economic factors. High-level s of poverty, inadequate health facilities and a lacking in the education front has contributed immensely to the spread of this disease among these countries.…
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