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Characteristics of households migrating to, within, and from rural areas

C. Crothers

Characteristics of households migrating to, within, and from rural areas

by C. Crothers

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Published by Town & Country Planning Division, Ministry of Works & Development in [Wellington] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand.
    • Subjects:
    • Rural-urban migration -- New Zealand.,
    • Urban-rural migration -- New Zealand.,
    • Migration, Internal -- New Zealand.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementC. Crothers.
      SeriesTechnical report / Town & Country Planning Division, Ministry of Works & Development,, Technical report (New Zealand. Town and Country Planning Division)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB2152.5.A3 C76
      The Physical Object
      Pagination26 p. ;
      Number of Pages26
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3867533M
      LC Control Number81189631

        Georgetown University. She is completing a book on rural modernization campaigns in China, Taiwan, and Korea. Meg Rithmire is an Assistant Professor and Hellman Faculty Fellow at Harvard Business School. Her book, Land Bargains and Chinese Capitalism, published in October by Cambridge University Press, is about land politics and Files/UrbanizationChina_RithmireLooney_notes.   urban areas have better access to electricity, drinking water, sanitation and clean fuel compared to rural areas (Bhagat b). Also worthwhile to

        continents poor live in the rural areas and depend mainly on agriculture for their livelihood. The sector accounts for about 20% of Africas GDP (ECA, ), 60% of its labor force and 20% of the total merchandise exports. Agriculture is the main source of income for 90% of The CMI represents the overall incidence, or level of internal migration within a country, indicating the propensity to move. The MEI indicates the effectiveness (or efficiency) of migration as a mechanism for population redistribution by comparing net migration with migration turnover; it quantifies the spatial imbalance between migration flows and counter‐://

        • Different types of migrants are attracted to rural areas, poblaciones3, and urban areas. The latter two attract the better-school, in part because young people migrate for education or to seek better employment prospects. Migrants to rural areas move primarily for and Human Sciences.   In the s, some 16% of the rural South African population migrated annually to urban areas (Anderson ) to seek opportunities and provide financial support to households of origin (Collinson et al. ; Collinson et al. ; Posel and Casale ; van der Berg et al. ). –02 census data showed that 42% of citizens of African


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This paper examined the effects of rural-urban migration on the rural communities of Southeastern Nigeria. Data were obtained using mixed methods approach comprising questionnaire surveys and key informant interviews. Six rural local government areas (LGAs) were selected based on population size and spatial equity from two states of Southeastern ://   Table 1 presents the summary statistics of the panel sample.

The sample is restricted to individual above the age of As mentioned, about 4 per cent of the sample consists of individuals who moved their residence between the three rounds of the survey once the matching between the migration section of the questionnaire and the overall household roster is ://   originate from rural areas.

Around 40% of international remittances are sent to rural areas, reflecting the rural origins of a large share of migrants. In many African countries, more than 50% of rural households report having at least one internal migrant. 40% of international remittances are sent to rural areas, reflecting the   highest share of rural households among the households with international migrants (74%).

Indeed, this is a country with high prevalence of rural areas. On the other hand, the smallest share of rural and from rural areas book with international migrants is observed in Nigeria. Figure 3 below illustrates internal migratory flows from rural and urban At the Census, minor urban areas and other urban areas had higher proportions of people who had moved between and compared with rural areas.

Large proportions of movers living in rural areas had moved from urban areas, whereas movers living in main urban areas had mainly moved within these /Migration/internal-migration/   In developing countries like Ethiopia rural-urban migration affects development in both urban and rural areas. As such, this study aims at establishing the major causes and consequences of the movement of people from rural to urban areas.

To achieve the objective Characteristics of households migrating to household heads were selected randomly from three kebeles of the ?sequence=1. Rural Afghan populations have low skilled birth attendance rates and high maternal and infant mortality.

Insecurity and armed conflict, geographic barriers, and cultural norms often hinder women’s access to facility-based reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) services.

Community health workers (CHWs) are critical agents for behavioral change in this and similarly fragile income of rural households. In East Africa, Studies have shown that rural families increase their livelihood security by splitting the locations of the family, most often by one member of the family migrating to an urban area (Bigsten).

In these families, remittances offer relief as well as insurance in times of adversity. Various   Inthere were million rural-urban migrants in China, accounting for about 11 percent of the total population. Among them, an estimated 85 million to million were born after — a period when three distinct government policies converged to shape the circumstances for increased rural-to-urban migration within :// Out of about 98 million, total intra-state and inter-state migrants in the country during last decade, 61 million have moved to rural areas and 36 million to urban areas.

Migration stream out of rural areas(73 million) to another rural areas was quite high (53million) in comparison to from rural to urban areas   Rural Scotland comprises 89% of Scotland's landmass, and contains 20% of the population, and 27% of those employed [].There is growing interest in the health of people living in rural and remote areas, and in the study of health care services provided to them [2–4].Urban-rural variations in health outcomes have been studied within Scotland [5–9] and the UK [10, 11].

Rural–urban migration is a common demographic phenomenon in developing countries. Over the last four decades, Indonesia has had the highest rate of urbanization among Asian countries, which has   From Wikipedia: Rural areas are large and isolated areas of an open country with low population density.

From Wikipedia: Rural development in general is used to denote the actions and initiatives taken to improve the standard of living in non-urban neighborhoods, countryside, and remote villages. These communities can~asmayer/rural_sustain/intro/ Rural-urban migration is the movement of people from rural areas to urban centers in search of employment and better living conditions among others.

Rural-urban migration is most prevalent in developing countries. Rural-urban migration is facilitated by pull and push factors that forces people influx from countryside to :// The urban and peri-urban areas provide easier access to non-farm income opportunities, especially the informal sector, to rural households.

In Bhutan, internal migration flows primarily to the economic hubs of the country—Paro, Chukha, and Thimphu—from the rural areas (Ministry of   Even though rural migration has increased substantially in recent years, migrants may not belong to the poorest households.

In Appendix Table 2, we present summary statistics for households in poor areas with and without migrants. According to the data, migrant households are better-educated, more distant from markets or townships, have more Noting that most rural areas across the world are agricultural, some push factors that would cause one to move to an urban area include drought and famine, conflicts and disputes, decline in   developed areas.

Investments in rural areas that would benefit the rural people often received a second priority. In terms of road infrastructure for example, not much was initially done to im-prove the rural transport net-works. The primary road network, understandably, received the highest priority.

After the primary road networks were reasonably   In this paper, we examine the impact of rural-urban migration on consumption in rural areas of China. We first extend a standard household model to include a migrant labor market, and use this model to frame the possible mechanisms through which migration may affect consumption outcomes in migrant sending   Urban areas include formal and informal urban residential areas and commercial and subsistence farming.

agglomerations and secondary cities (e.g. The fact that, in several provinces, more than 50% of the population lives in tribal areas has a significant bearing on the approach to providing access in these rural areas. The. Households reported an average monthly expenditure of around Rs.

4, in urban areas and around Rs. 3, in rural areas. In addition, most households in the sample did not have any member who was educated beyond Class The majority of men were employed in wage labor and the majority of women were engaged in housework as their primary activity~kamurali/papers/Other Writing/Bihar TPDS Pre-pilot Study.Many households in sub-Saharan Africa allocate their labor resources between rural and urban areas to diversify risks and maximize income.

One such strategy would be for a husband in a rural area Within rural areas, a lower percentage of students in fringe rural areas were White (66 percent) than in remote rural (75 percent) and distant rural (80 percent).

A greater proportion of students attending public schools in fringe rural areas were Black (12 percent), Hispanic (16 percent), and Asian/Pacific Islander (3 percent) than in distant