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This reading focuses on the economic development in Africa through agricultural activities. This considers the use of proven agricultural techniques in order to increase the yields for food security purposes. The common challenges faced by African farmers entail soil exhaustion, water insufficiency and distorted economics caused undeveloped infrastructures. This implies that the poor soil fertility hinders the growth of some crops. This is because the local farmers engage in over farming and insufficient crop rotation. The existence of poor infrastructures contributes to high production costs because the farmer cannot access fertilizers and other inputs. Similarly, constant water scarcity due to periodic drought spells also affect Africa’s agricultural sector.
This reading discusses the population explosion in developing nations, regardless of the favorable conditions. The author explores the population growth rate of Kenya in which it emerges that adults are free to give birth to any number of children. The people do not care about the availability of health care facilities, food or other aspects. The population explosion concept threatens humanity due to scramble for space, resources and economic activities. The Maragoli documentary depicts the struggles of women across the world since they cannot control birth rates. The underlining aspect of the documentary is that, in reality, population increases, but the amenities remain the same.
The focus of this reading is the developmental challenge of political and criminal violence. It tackles the negative influences of the two aspects, such as destruction of property, death, displacement of people and economic stagnation among others. For instance, children brought up in hostile environments suffer from malnourishments and illiteracy. The millennium development goal (MDG) project has been unable to achieve its objectives of uplifting the living standards in
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Keeping record of statistical data regarding FDI is a must for making policies and analyzing economies. The need for comparable, comprehensive and updated data on FDI is increasing as it is assumed to be an important factor for the internationalization of various economic activities.
The major goals of the reconstruction were to readmit the South into the Union and to achieve racial equality. Radical measures during the reconstruction period were taken under the administration of the Army in the year 1867 in which coalition of Freedman and local whites endorsed the Fourteenth amendment.
The introduction offers the background of the topic and it outlines the purpose of the entire paper i.e. thesis statement. ii. Body- This section of the paper contains an in-depth analysis of the topic. Reasons or need for Economic Development in Developing countries The Links between Economic Development and Increasing Pollution in Developing Activities of economic Development that leads to pollution such as Industrialization Challenges faced by developing countries in their effort to curb pollution resulting increased pollution iii.
According to the paper, the concept of sustainable development focuses at having an economic growth and development of a nation without harming the current state of the environment. The fundamentals of sustainable environment lie in having an endowed environmental carrying capacity with an eco efficiency of the highest order.
It is also a member of the UN Security Council (which is an honour indeed). Other than this China is also actively involved in other major organizations too, for example the WTO, APEC, Shanghai Co-operation and the East Asia Summit. It is also a state which is nuclear based with a very large defence budget for the army, which happens to be the largest in the world.
This study presents an attempt to uncover the common processes of successful industrial development based on the case studies of selected industrial clusters in China.
In China industrial clusters consisting of small and medium enterprises have been proliferating in areas where private sectors have successfully developed.
se development is it must be participatory – a ‘bottoms up’ exercise, where ordinary people understand, initiate, and control the process.” (Taking Stock of Democracy in Zambia – Peter Burnell Abstract)
Over the years, development administration has become a field of
The Ninth Malaysian Plan is comprised of five thrusts: Thrust one is to move the economy up the value chain. In which, a considerable amount of focus is to enhance the value addition of manufacturing, agriculture and services and
The concept might also be recognized as the qualitative as well as quantitative alterations taking place within an economy. These processes widely comprise of various aspects concerning regional competitiveness, social advancement, literacy rate, infrastructural developments and numerous other initiatives.