Monthly Archives: June 2021

Odisha will set up DIPA to stimulate the rural economy

Bhubaneswar: The government of Odisha decided to establish industry and investment promotion agencies (DIPA) at the district level to create new employment opportunities and stimulate economic activities in rural areas. The decision was taken at a high-level meeting here on Monday held digitally under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Suresh …

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Women entrepreneurs transform the rural economy despite the multitasking whirlwind

Women entrepreneurs are transforming and challenging traditional conceptions of professional success today, despite the multitasking vortex, officials say. “UMEED – a program sponsored by the center, breathes new life into rural women amid the pandemic,” said Dr Sehrish Asgar, general manager of the Jammu & Kashmir State Rural Livelihoods Mission …

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How does the rural community of Teviston without running water

The only functioning well in the rural community of Teviston ruptured in early June, leaving more than 700 residents without running water. This story was originally published by CalMatters. This is how the water crisis in California is unfolding these days: The only functioning well in the rural community of …

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USDA Invests $ 650,000 to Improve Rural Community Facilities and Services in Nebraska | KLIN

U.S. Department of Agriculture and Rural Development Acting Director of State in Nebraska, Kim Martini, today announced that USDA is investing $ 650,000 to equip, rebuild and modernize essential services in rural areas of Nebraska. The investments will benefit more than 300 rural residents. USDA is committed to helping rural …

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The rural economy can revive

Government must reverse its neglect and policy mistakes as key indicators show the sector is resilient Government must reverse its neglect and policy mistakes as key indicators show the sector is resilient The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic may be slowly receding with official estimates of daily infections and …

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The rural economy can start a revival

Government must reverse its negligence and political missteps as key indicators show the sector is resilient The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic could slowly recede with a drop in official estimates of daily infections and deaths. The economy is also very gradually returning to normal, with many states starting …

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USDA invested $ 629,000 to improve rural community facilities and essential services in 5 communities

USDA invested $ 629,000 to improve rural community facilities and essential services in 5 communities. Acting United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)New York State Director Brian Murray today announced that USDA Rural Development is investing $ 629,000 in loans and grants in five rural New York communities to equip, rebuild …

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As Covid funeral pyres burn, gloom mounts over India’s rural economy

After watching his father’s funeral pyre burn beside a river near their farm last month, Indian sugar cane farmer Dattatray Bagal and his brothers had to put aside their grief to count the financial cost of the death. impact of coronavirus on their family. They had hoped to buy a …

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As COVID-19 funeral pyres burn, India’s rural economy goes up in smoke

Satara, INDIA: After seeing his father’s funeral pyre burn by a river near their farm last month, Indian sugarcane producer Dattatray Bagal and his brothers had to put their grief aside to count the financial cost of the impact of the coronavirus on their families. They had hoped to buy …

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The Svamiva program can revitalize our rural economy

Living in a village in Eastern Uttar Pradesh (UP), Durgavati lost her husband at a young age. She raised her son on the meager earnings of a samosa and tea stand. All these years, she lived in constant fear of losing possession of her semi-pucca house, for lack of ownership …

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A policy to boost PNG’s rural economy

Agriculture is vital to the economy of Papua New Guinea (PNG). Agriculture provides 22% of PNG’s GDP, represents 11% of its exports and supports more than 80% of the population. When inputs from the resource sector weaken, it is time for the agricultural sector to strengthen. This is especially true …

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USDA opens grant application for funds to repair rural community housing – news is my business

The before-after of a house in Utuado that was repaired with USDA funding. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Assistant Under Secretary for Rural Development, Justin Maxson, announced that the agency is seeking grants to repair housing for low- and very-low-income rural residents. Grants are provided through the USDA Housing Preservation …

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