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The Life Of Rural Vs. The City

- The life in rural vs. the life in the city will always be debatable as some prefer a relaxed and comfortable life while some prefer a hectic and fast paced life. No matter where we go, there will always be people who will contradict and agree to one side, but having experienced to both the city and the rural life, I will always belong to the city because of the practicality, freedom, its way to future, and values. In contrast to the city life, I cannot bear the solitariness, life-threatening, and inconvenience of living in the rural....   [tags: City, Rural area, Rural, Rural culture]

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The Empowerment of Rural Women in Limpopo

- Introduction: Women in rural provinces tackle many adversities: from domestic violence to HIV ratings being increased due to the increase of sexual abuse. This project is there to help empower women to be independent, self-assured and conscious of their rights so, in the end, the women will be able to convey their knowledge and skills to the community. This project will educate the community on understanding HIV/AIDS, gender customs, sexuality, and domestic brutality. Background: Women empowerment motivates women with the courage to get rid of the shackles of certain cultural traditions and religious terms that have customarily held women dormant and incapable of seeing the power they hold....   [tags: rural development projects, woemen empowerment]

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Domestic Violence and Poverty in Rural Communities

- Introduction: A rural community can be defined as encompasses all population, housing, and territory not included within an urban area (Defining rural population). Poverty can be defined as, the state of one who lacks a usual or socially acceptable amount of money or material possessions or renunciation as a member of a religious order of the right as an individual to own property (Dictionary.com). Domestic Violence is defined as, violent or aggressive behavior within the home, typically involving the violent abuse of a spouse or partner (Dictonary.com)....   [tags: rural issues, religion, housing]

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Medical Students and Rural Health Care

- Unenthusiastic to serve in villages. But this is a global phenomenon. There is no doubt that medical students should be unprotected to challenges of rural health care. This could be easily done through proper implementation of the up-to-date undergraduate medical curriculum and not through coercive tactics such as outspreading the 5.5 year-MBBS course to 6.5 years by making one year rural service binding and banning doctors from settling abroad. In ideal state both basic health and education needs of a citizen should be public sector programmes....   [tags: urban health, rural hygiene]

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Careers in Rural Areas

- ... In rural areas, where many miles may lay between the population and services, there may be a lack of service in many aspects of life. One area where the lack of services can be felt is in the medical field. “Many rural communities have difficulties attracting and retaining clinicians because of concerns about isolation, limited health facilities, or a lack of employment and education opportunities for their families (Young, 2004)”. Because of the lack of medical services the physical health of those who live in rural areas may not have access to many in urban areas take advantage of....   [tags: social work, community activists, rural]

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The Ontario Rural Council Report

- Overview The Ontario Rural Council report has a focus on the reassessment of rural health care and how there should be a greater emphasis placed on the prevention and management of disease, rather than exclusively on the treatment (The Ontario Rural Council, 2009). The participants of the rural council forum collaborated to create recommendations and potential partners that could be used to change the face of rural health care (TORC, 2009). This repot is a summary of the discussions held in the rural health forum, held to combine individuals observations, ideas and recommendations on rural health to inform stakeholders and decision makers on these issues (TORC, 2009)....   [tags: rural health care, obesity, diabetes, children]

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Using Spatial Planning For The Rural Urban Divide

- Using Spatial Planning to Lessen the Rural-Urban Divide A high quality spatial plan carries a high degree of legitimacy (Elbakidze, et al., 2015). This high level of legitimacy is important to ensure buy-in from all stakeholders. Spatial plans effectively lessen the rural-urban divide by connecting local with broader spatial agendas, plans not only plan for the urban areas but are aware of and plan for the sub-regional and regional areas as well (Gallent & Shaw, 2007). Sustainable lifestyles focus on livability for all rather than the few....   [tags: City, Rural area, Urban sprawl, Rural]

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Maternity Care in Rural Areas in New Zealand

- This essay discusses the determinants of health in New Zealand with a focus on maternity care in rural areas, mainly the rural Tai Rawhiti area and how two objectives of the New Zealand Health Strategy can have a positive impact. The two objectives described are … 1Discuss health inequalities in nz. Dew and Matheson (2008) state that the disciplines of epidemiology and social epidemiology have progressively given more descriptions of health inequalities. Epidemiology mainly focuses on how and from where infectious diseases spread, whereas social epidemiology looks at the patterning of health outcomes involved with social characteristics such as gender, ethnicity and income in order to find...   [tags: rural facilities, midwives]

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Economic Development Because of Rural Areas Migration

- Urban rural migration refers to as the change of people from one geographical area to another, whether permanently or temporarily. The reasons as to why people make migrate usually differ from ones personal level. Migration, therefore, has socio- economic, demographic and educational characteristics that affect a particular individual or family. If development was referred as having access to available resources, we see that whether it is access to clean water, income, health care, good and clean environment, or education then rural areas would not be at par....   [tags: urban areas, rural migration, agriculture]

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Agricultural and Rural Society After the Black Death

- History provides the opportunity to explore the origins of a topic or problem. The information from Agriculture and rural society after the Black Death provides an overview of agricultural and rural society’s agrarian issues; during the Middle-Ages these issues were centered around depopulation and social conflict (Dodds & Britnell, 2008, pp.3-50). Problems in the economics of society in the medieval fourteenth century involved the decline of social status and labor services (Dodds & Britnell, 2008, pp.73-132)....   [tags: social status, labor, communities, rural]

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