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Summaries of selected studies on training of workers and migration from low-income rural areas

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rural sociology,
  • Rural economics

  • Edition Notes

    Issued Feb. 1963.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination41 p.
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26201922M

      This book brings into conversation debates from urban and development studies and highlights the strengths and weaknesses of current policy and planning responses to the contemporary urban challenge. It includes research orientated supplements in the form of summaries, boxed case studies, development questions and further reading.   × Chapter 2 uses new household survey data to investigate youth migration patterns in four African countries, paying particular attention to the effect of land scarcity on young people’s decision to migrate to urban centres. Despite urbanization, rural job creation is a major policy goal for many African governments. The poor participate much more in growth in the agricultural sector, especially in low-income countries, resulting in much larger poverty reduction impact. Together, these findings support the overall premise that enhancing agricultural productivity is the critical entry-point in designing effective poverty reduction strategies, including in. Brown, James S. "Migration to and from the Southern Appalachians, A Preliminary Report on the Southern Appalachian Studies Migration Project," 5 "Tables Showing Components of Population Change and Percent Due to Net Migration for State Economic Areas, Metropolitan Areas and Counties, Southern Appalachians, A.

    in this country. It is therefore imperative to examine the contribution of non-farm economic activities to household income and this is the focus of this present study. An Over-View of Related Studies There has been an increasing trend towards growth of village and rural industries, trade and.


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Summaries of selected studies on training of workers and migration from low-income rural areas by United States. Department of Agriculture. Resource Development Economics Division Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Migration From Low-Income Areas. Economic Research Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., February.

ing Act to rural areas and how the provisions of the act apply to farm. families. Baumgartner, H. Annual report of Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Station, Summaries of selected studies on training of workers and migration from low-income rural areas by United States (Book.

Evidence is presented elsewhere 26 that intra-rural inequality is a major cause of rural-urban migration: that better-off villagers tend to be ‘pulled’, and worse-off villagers ‘pushed’, from the same subset of relatively ‘unequal’ villages.

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For rural areas, theCited by: 1. Request PDF | On Feb 1,Huizhong Shen and others published Impacts of rural worker migration on ambient air quality and health in China: From the perspective of upgrading residential energy.

Burgess- describes process of urban growth that views the city as a series of circular areas or zones each characterized by type of land use. Zone 1: central business district and cultural center Zone 2: houses formerly owned by wealthy divided into rooms rented to immigrants and poor, manufacturing and marginal businesses.

A number of studies have highlighted this aspect. An ILO study (ILO, ) concludes that the main push factor in the rural to urban migration is low income from agriculture. In India, the income inequality between rural and urban areas is quite high and it has further Rural workers move to the urban areas to get these opportunities, As File Size: KB.

Determinants of Health of Migrant Farm Workers in Canada number of factors such as seasonal employment with fluc-tuating hours, exclusion from vacation and overtime pay and regular employment insurance benefits, and numerous deductions from their wages. Low-income levels can affect several aspects of migrants’ health, including their ability.

Migrant and seasonal farm workers constitute a high-risk population due to their low income and migratory status. These workers lack adequate access to preventive services. The most important role of the rural community health nurse in meeting the health care needs of this vulnerable population is to.

An overview of what data users need to know about working with American Community Survey (ACS) data for rural areas. Addresses how rural is Summaries of selected studies on training of workers and migration from low-income rural areas book, the use of 5-year estimates, strategies to produce reliable estimates for rural communities, where to access rural ACS estimates, and case studies of rural data use.

Date: 06/ Type: Document. Introduction. Since rural migration (to urban or rural areas, permanent or temporary, internal or international) constitutes a key component of human population movement, and rural areas contain most of the world’s natural resources, such as land and forests, rural migration and its relationship to the rural environment have attracted increasing interest in recent research on population Cited by:   Migrant workers are more than 'tools' for economic growth is a reminder that evaluating the development potential of migration means looking at more than dollar figures for remittance flows.

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Linking Migration, Reproduction and Wellbeing: Exploring the Strategies of Low -Income Rural-Urban Migrants in Vietnam. Policy Brief 1, Family Strategies and Dilemmas for Low-Income Rural-Urban Labour Migrants Catherine Locke, Nguyen Thi Thanh Tam, Nguyen Thi Ngan Hoa This policy brief summarises the findings of a qualitative studyAuthor: Catherine Locke, Thi Ngan Hoa Nguyen, Thi Thanh Tam Nguyen.

Rural retention of human resources for heath. in the underserved areas and also on how to attract and retain health workers in the rural areas. A systematic search of literature was conducted. Robert Lucas concludes with an assessment of the winners and losers in the migration process, both at home and in the destination regions, before summarizing the main policy options open to accessible and topical book offers invaluable insights to policy makers in both industrialized and developing countries as well as to scholars and Cited by: Using data from the National Survey of America's Families, this brief provides details of uninsurance among low-income workers in 13 states.

States with relatively high rates of uninsurance among low-income workers tend to have greater than average proportions of: Hispanics (both citizens and noncitizens); workers in fair or poor health; and workers in agriculture and construction. The. Twenty years after the fall of apartheid, social and economic disparities persist in South Africa and have a profound effect on the health of the population.

HIV infection and tuberculosis remain m Cited by:   1. Rural-Urban migration: The movement of people from rural areas to urban areas. Push factor: A factor that leaves one with no choice but to leave one’s current home, country or region.

Pull factor: Good things about a place that makes people want to move there. The examples of push factors from rural areas: • Drought and famine. Migration is perceived as a process that widens disparities between urban and rural areas rather than equalising them.

Although these theories have not been tested empirically, they continue to influence thinking within developing country policy-making circles and this may in part explain the continued negative stance towards rural : Priya Deshingkar, Benjamin Zeitlyn, Bridget Holtom.

Non Technical Summary In Latin America during the's Neo-liberal reforms replaced protectionism as the primary mechanism of resource allocation. The demand for California exports, as well as the decision to migrate is influenced both by the risk faced by rural households and the degree to which they face credit market constraints.

low-income migrants in specific neighbourhoods and areas. In Leeds tensions are referred to as taking place at work, in schools and on the streets. Pressure on the housing (rental) market seems to be the most widespread challenge for local communities. There is. The research aims at analyzing the effect of rural-urban migration and remittances on farm income of rural households supported by a case study conducted in Southern Ethiopia.

Using two-step estimations to measure the effect of outmigration, migrant sending families have gained higher farm income. In this regard, rural outmigration has been found to be a survival and income diversification Cited by: 1.

Education and income are closely related. In Brazil, for instance, the poorest 40% of teenagers (ages ) average four years of schooling, while their counterparts in the top 20% of income distribution have twice that average level of schooling. In Northeast Brazil the gap increases: the poorest 40% of fifteen- to nineteen-year-olds average.

of work of the migrant workers in the Trivandrum district, based on data from a sample of migrant workers. While existing studies provide evidences for short distance migration to Kerala from nearby states like Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, we find evidence for long distance migration from states like West Bengal and Assam in recent : Dilip Saikia.

Full text of "ERIC ED Rural-Urban Migration and Poverty: A Synthesis of Research Findings, With a Look at the Literature. Final Report, Tracor Project Final Report, Tracor Project Topic: Role of women and women’s organization, population and associated issues, poverty and developmental issues, urbanization, their problems and their remedies.

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We identified individual- environmental- and policy-level correlates and highlighted areas for intervention. Consistent with previous studies of farmworkers 5,7,8 and Hispanics, 39 women used significantly more health care than did men. Another Cited by: Federal income tax reform is the central topic of this survey.

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An economic audit of the labour-market impact of in-migration to rural Scotland provides evidence that migrants make rather than take jobs. A survey of households in six study areas selected from across rural Scotland provides the basis for examining the scale and Cited by: Pullman, WS7S Areas selected in an attempt to, learn something about problems involved in migration of workers from rural areas to war centers were Whitman and Stevens Counties, Wash.

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large number of studies it has undertaken to understand the various dimensions of poverty and human development. Analytical and applied research studies particularly in policy-related areas have also been areas of priority at ISEC.

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Foreign-born health care workers are critical in meeting the demands of the current health care market, which includes shortages of physicians in rural and inner-city areas, a need for cutting-edge medical technology and a growing senior population rapidly diversifying in race and ethnicity.

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Rural Poverty & Download pdf. ERS research in this topic area focuses on the economic, social, spatial, temporal, and demographic factors that affect the poverty status of rural residents.

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