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Published on May 31, 2014

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• A complex process which envisages the development of rural areas. • Aims at all round development of people living in Rural areas. • Aims at improving Rural peoples’ livelihood in an equitable and sustainable manner. • Objectives of RD Programmes alleviation of poverty and un-employment through creation of basic, social and economic infrastructure thereby bringing a quality rural life.

• Rural infrastructure and habitat development • Poverty reduction • Provision of basic minimum services • Employment generation • Making available basic necessities

 15% of World’s Population live on less than $1/day  40% of World’s Population live on less than $2/day  More than 850 million suffer from hunger  One in 7 people go to bed hungry  17000 children die every day from hunger  25% of the world’s poor live in India  73% of India’s poor live in rural areas  47%of Orissa” population-poor

Poverty Ratio 55 51 44 38 35 27.5 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 1973-74 1977-78 1983 1987-88 1993-94 2004-05 Years PovertyRatio(%) Poverty Ratio Absolute Poor in India 321 329 323 307 320 302 261 264 252 232 244 221 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 1973-74 1977-78 1983 1987-88 1993-94 2004-05 Years Poorinmillion Total Rural

Little control over their own Life And Destiny Employment Insecurity and Low Incomes Lack of Control over Common Resources  Lack of Assets and Entitlements  Low Productivity of Assets  Illiteracy, Poor Health and Nutritional Status  Lack of Access to Credit, Information & Technology

• Create Rights and Legal Guarantees for rural poor • Decentralize Planning and Implementation • Set up well defined Systems with clear Guidelines • Involve Partners and Stakeholders • Converge Schemes with Common Objectives • Incentivize Achievements • Ensure Transparency and Accountability • Use IT platform for effective Monitoring • Establish Grievance Redressal Mechanism

Indicator MDG Target Status Value by 2015 Proportion of population 18.75(%) Latest surveys show poverty at 27.50 (%) below poverty line well on target to reaching the goal. Literacy rate of 100.00 (%) Literacy has gone up to over 76 (%) 15-24 year olds for this age group. Infant Mortality rate 27.00 India’s rate already has come down from (per 1000 live births) 80 in 1990 to 58 in 2006. Population with access 80.5 (%) India has already touched 82 percent. to water source (rural) Population with access to 72 (%) It is expected to achieve the target by 2012 sanitation (rural) itself.

“ Be the change you want to see in the world” Mahatma Gandhi 1927

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