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Old Bangla Song At the current rate of poverty reduction, Bangladesh will require years to eliminate poverty in rural areas and 43 years to achieve the prime target of the Millennium Development Goals, a report prepared by a research organisation, Unnayan Onneshan, claims.
Recent Preliminary Report of the Poverty Monitoring Survey by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics shows that the incidence of poverty by head count ratio on the basis of Food Energy Intake was The poverty rate declined by 2. According to the Direct Calorie Intake method, the household income expenditure survey of shows that poverty declined from Trends, in accordance with Food Energy Intake method, show that it will take about 81 years to eradicate poverty completely and 24 years to achieve the target of the millennium development goal.
In rural areas, it would take years to eradicate poverty and 43 years to achieve the target New Age, September 14, Yunus, the Nobel Laureate and champion of micro-credit, believes that if his schemes are followed poverty will be completely eradicated by Fakhruddin Ahmed, the head of the caretaker government, envisions reduction of poverty to half the present level by But the million-dollar question is, are these rosy projections mere wishful thinking or their proponents do understand what all it will take to eradicate poverty from our soil.
Poor are those who are deprived of the very basic wants of life: Thus poverty can be equated with pervasive deprivation want of materials, resources and security measures. Therefore, those who claim to bring reduction in poverty which virtually equates with deprivation must take full cognizance of challenges ahead, lest political dynamics may change radically at the cost of the privileged class and the incumbent social and economic order M ShadmanMay 16, The benefits of the growing trend in economy the country has witnessed this fiscal year failed to reach the rural poor mainly due to city-centric development, the Centre for Policy Dialogue CPD observed yesterday The growing trend is reflected in the 5.
But, the major contributors to the growth were urban sectors -- In comparison, the contribution to the GDP by agriculture sector, which is directly related to the rural poor, was only 11 percent.
Poor girls here are compelled to earn a living due to abject poverty when other girls of their age group attend schools. Nilufa, Shirin, Rahela, Afroza and Marufa, all aged between 12 to 15 of Morishbunia village in Patuakhali Sadar upazila are a few of such girls.
Shirin is their team leader. Each of them earn Tkper month by making soap. But they are not complacent because they are being deprived of education. Their place of work is 15 kilometre off the district town.
Nilufa who was seen busy in packing soaps told this correspondent, 'My father is a rickshaw-puller. I stopped attending school due to poverty. Five of the girls now realise that education is necessary for decent living but now they do not have the scope S.
Hossain, Daily Star, November 9, It shows that the economic growth was 'discriminatory' and biased towards urban areas rather than improving the condition of the rural poor CPD Executive Director Debapriya Bhattacharya4.
Small farmers, businesses fail to play due role for lack of fund Rural small businesses and farmers are unable to play their due role in growth and employment generation due to limited access to rural finance, says a joint study carried out by the government, world Bank and DFID. A joint study on Access to Rural finance by the Government of Bangladesh, the World Bank and the Department for International Development DFID has found that for every taka deposited or collected in rural areas by banks, only half of it is on lent in rural areas.
Besides bank lending to agriculture and rural small businesses have been decreasing significantly in recent years.
In addition while microfinance plays a very important role in rural Bangladesh, small enterprises and small and medium farmers are not microfinance's traditional clients and there are only limited products targeted at this market segment Holiday, May 11, In Bangladesh in the crop sector rice dominates agriculture.
As staple food, rice provides 75 per cent calorie and 55 per cent protein which occupies about 77 per cent of the countries total cropped area and contributes about 71 per cent output value of other sectors. In recent reports it is found that rice production has achieved great success, in fact, the highest during the past 30 years.
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