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rural poor in Leyte

Pilar R. Jimenez

rural poor in Leyte

a social and institutional profile

by Pilar R. Jimenez

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Published by Research Center, De La Salle University in Manila .
Written in

    Places:
  • Leyte Island (Philippines)
    • Subjects:
    • Leyte Island (Philippines) -- Rural conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 45-48.

      StatementPilar R. Jimenez and Josefa S. Francisco.
      SeriesRC-DLSU research report ;, no. 1
      ContributionsFrancisco, Josefa S.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN720.L4 J56 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 88 p. :
      Number of Pages88
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2939112M
      LC Control Number84177136

      Palompon is composed of 50 barangays, 10 of which is located in the poblacion while the remaining 40 are located along the coastal and interior parts of the municipality. Some 26% of the population resides in the poblacion barangays while the remaining 74% are found in rural areas. Palompon is densely populated, with persons per y: Philippines.   The rural poor often suffer more than the urban poor because public services and charities are not available to them. Several factors tend to perpetuate rural poverty. For example, political instability and corruption, customs of discrimination, unregulated landlord/tenant arrangements and outdated economic policies often make it impossible for.

      LINKING LAND REFORM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT TO POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN THE RURAL AREAS Land Reform and Rural Development programmes have been initiated in the rural areas to alleviate poverty, although they have been subject to hot debates in many countries. To improve the living conditions of the rural poor, there is a. Book Provides Complex Understanding of the Rural Poor By Jennifer Sherman When the rural poor prioritize issues such as the right to bear arms, and disapprove of welfare despite their economic concerns, they are often dismissed as uneducated and backward by academics and political analysts.

      (3) About two of every three rural poor lived in a household where at least one household member worked during that year. (4) A large number of the rural poor looked for jobs but could not find them. (5) More rural poor family heads (including both two-parent and single-parent families) worked in in comparison to metro poor family heads. rural poor and includes productive components aimed to generate income. It often successfully delivers services that have reduced the vulner-ability of the rural poor but without sustainably lifting them out of poverty. The growth-oriented approach,financed by.


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