Rural water supply and sanitation is one of major programs for rural development applied not only in Vietnam but also in other developing countries. However, due to poor income and low knowledge conditions, the numbers of farmers achieve this are not so high. Currently, there is a little documentation in Vietnamese concerning toilet design have been found in bookstores and libraries although this is a real need, special for rural areas. For this purpose, a rural toilet design manual was just written in the College of Technology (CoT), CanTho University (CTU).
Rural development policy is one important component of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) of the European Community. This policy encourages sustainable development in rural areas to address issues of economic, social and environmental. LEADER program is one of the rural development approach very innovative and is considered one of the successful test of the rural development approach in the region.
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí sinh học quốc tế đề tài : Tanzanian lessons in using non-physician clinicians to scale up comprehensive emergency obstetric care in remote and rural areas
A component of this programme is to help capitalise locally-based enterprise development initiatives by stimulating the provision of and access to micro-finance in rural areas. Three sites were selected to pilot the introduction of this and other IRDP activities. These are: Chimanimani (Zimbabwe), Chimoio (Mozambique) and Nyandeni (South Africa). As part of this initiative, the HSRC conducted an evaluation in the three key sites of the IRDP, to evaluate the implications of implementing a micro-finance scheme in these areas....
Tham khảo sách 'handling and preservation of fruits and vegetables by combined methods for rural areas', kỹ thuật - công nghệ, cơ khí - chế tạo máy phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả
The objective of this paper is the appraisal of the hydrological, hydrogeological, as well as the chemical and microbiological conditions of the surface water and ground water resources of the two study sites. In order to allocate the two study sites into a regional context an intense research on the conditions of the surrounding area was also matter of the survey
Seventy-five percent of the world’s poor live in rural areas and most are involved in farming. In the 21st century, agriculture remains fundamental to economic growth, poverty alleviation, and environmental sustainability. The World Bank’s Agriculture and Rural Development publication series presents recent analyses of issues that affect agriculture’s role as a source of economic development, rural livelihoods, and environmental services.
The Mekong River Delta (MD) in Vietnam has an area of 4 million hectares. The economical production in this region is highly dependent on water from the river and canal system. More than two-third of 17 million inhabitants of the MD live in rural areas and depend totally on the water resources for rice, upland crop irrigation, aquaculture of fish and shrimp, domestic drinking and industrial water supply and for transportation on rivers and canals
Rural water supply and sanitation is one of major programs for rural development applied not only in Vietnam but also in other developing countries. However, due to poor income and low knowledge conditions, the numbers of farmers achieve this are not so high.
The ﬁnancial burdens imposed on peasants have become a major source of discontent
in the Chinese countryside and a worrisome source of political and social instability
for the Chinese government. Throughout the 1990s and into the new century, much
of rural China has been in a state of crisis as tension has grown between the peasant
masses and the state. Farmers who bitterly resented the taxburden began increasingly to
protest (sometimes violently) against unpredictable and open-ended ﬁnancial exactions
by predatory local governments.
After 15 years of development, Vietnam has built 49 concentrated industrial zones in 61 provinces and cities. However, the unemployment rate of households lost their land to build industrial zones get employment from the industrial zone is low. So why is the labor of the household failed career change process, including failure in the process of finding employment in the industrial and employment compensation from the account? This article is based on studying the effects of industrial employment to rural areas to clarify the issue....
The Red River Delta (hereafter as RRD) is one of the two biggest deltas in Vietnam with the population is 19,625 million persons in 2009. It is also the most populous area with the population density of 932 person/km2 in 2009 (General Statistics Office, 2010). Tien Hai District of Thai Binh Province locates in the eastern part of the RRD, lies in the coastal zone - a sensitive area and affected by the interaction between the mainland and the South China Sea (in Vietnamese as Biển Đông - East Sea). The study area of this research is Van Truong...
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on the part of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United
Nations concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or
area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its
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The Rural Development Home Loan is a 30 year fixed rate loan available for low to moderate income families who are looking to buy, build, improve, repair, or rehabilitate homes in rural areas. If a buyer has had ownership of a primary residence in the last three years, they are not eligible for the program. To qualify for a Rural Development loan buyers must meet the MSHDA (Michigan State Housing Development Authority) sales price, income limit, and first time home buyer eligibility guidelines. All adult members of the new home must apply jointly for the loan. The Rural Development loan...
This handbook possesses two virtues that are becoming increasingly difﬁcult to ﬁnd
together. The ﬁrst one is providing a novel and original scheme to analyze the rural
areas of the planet in the context of Earth sciences. The handbook is so original in
its plan that it actually deﬁnes what modern rural science is. The scheme followed,
albeit new, is rooted in a venerable geographical tradition and presents a sensible
balance between the academic and the applied viewpoints.
Vast majority of active tuberculosis patients seeks treatment,
do so promptly, still many patients spend a great deal of time
and money “shopping for health” and too often they do not receive
either accurate diagnosis or effective treatment, despite
spending considerable resources. Objective: To find out the
time taken to, for diagnosis of tuberculosis and to put patient
on DOTS from the onset of symptoms and pattern of health
seeking behavior of new pulmonary tuberculosis patients.
The Bangalore district tuberculosis programme
(the programme assessed).
The Bangalore District has an area of 7798
square kilometers and had a population of about
1.3 million according to the census of 1961
(excluding the metropolitan area). The District
has 13 towns and 2477 villages. The DTP was
implemented in 1963, not by the staff of the DTC
(as happens in other districts) but by trainees of
two courses held in 1963 at the National
Tuberculosis Institute (NTI) Bangalore. In all, 15
microscopy centres were organised in general
health institutions of the District.