Published November 1997
by Amar Prakashan .
Written in English
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Where possible, the selection criteria used and the other assumptions made in planning the road programme in question will be discussed. Of particular concern is the mechanism by which various socio-economic groups were expected to, and did, benefit from the programmes or by which an expected flow of benefits was obstructed. Contents: Economic Reforms and Rural Development, Rural Developments and Dairying in Orissa, Social Elites and Social- Economic Change, Rural Power Structure and its Sequel, Intellectual Abilities and Personality Development of Rural Children in Andhra Pradesh, Land Reforms: A Key to Rural Uplift Need and Reorientation of Policies, Demand Supply Mismatch of Credit and Role of Co-operative . Quantifying the Road Influence Zone on Socio-economic Development in Rural Tigray, Ethiopia. Rural roads are very important for economic development, especially in rural areas. Empirical studies confirmed that rural roads provide safe and efficient human mobility, enhance access to markets for inputs such as fertilizers and improved seeds, enable framers to sell their produce to Author: Fredu Nega, Edris Hussein. the social improvements for people living in rural areas if the road conditions are improved. Reports from the World Bank have identified the need for new socio-economic models with focus on social welfare and social development together with economic development, besides the .
This publication is designed to help rural landowners understand how to improve and maintain existing roads. It also provides guidance on planning new roads. It is written for people who have little to no previous experience in managing a road. If you have recently purchased a rural parcel Missing: Socio-Economic Development. In supporting the strategic objectives of KSD's rural development agenda, transportation (as encapsulated in the IRTP) thus becomes the lynchpin for socio-economic development . Excellent infrastructure is the backbone and chief driver of socio-economic development, which every country strives to achieve. In the US during the s and s, massive and strategic investment was made to build world-class interstate highway systems and transportation infrastructure. Roads are the arteries through which the economy pulses. By linking producers to markets, workers to jobs, students to school, and the sick to hospitals, roads are vital to any development agenda. Since , the World Bank has constructed or rehabilitated more than , km of roads.
considerable number of studies3 undertaken in order to assess the impacts of rural roads. An overview on the impact studies is given in the annex4. It is widely agreed that rural roads have considerable positive impacts on poverty. However, while roads are condicio sine qua non for development, they are not sufficient to generate poverty. A DFID funded systematic review of published evidence, covering 56 studies, found that rural road investment demonstrated strong links between good accessibility and socio-economic development. participation in rural road development and finally, community efforts should be encouraged through self-help approach. KEYWO RDS: Rural Area, Accessibility, Poverty, Self- Help Approach and Development. INTRODUCTION Generally, rural areas server as the base for the production of . The Impact of Rural Roads and Bridges on the Socio-economic Development of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria: An Evaluation (Published) Article Author: Enefiok Ibok, Ekong Daniel Rural roads and bridges form the basis for transformation and communication.