Changing The Economic Paradigm Through Developing Community Enterprises In Rural Areas [eurasiareview.com]
There is an incidence of neglect and poverty throughout rural societies around the world. While urbanization is quickly taking place across the Earth, rural societies are very quickly slipping behind. This is not just a ‘developing country’ affliction, the rural regions within many developed countries have declined economically, where potential opportunities are sparse.
One of the greatest problems of today’s rural societies is finding culturally sustainable activities that provide both material and social well-being for the individuals and families within them. In the developing world, this occurs because of the erosion of traditional skills, and lack of access to the logistical supply chains that can propel rural products to international market places. Due to various reasons, there is a general loss of access to sustainable opportunities within many rural regions around the world.
Rural communities require a new paradigm to achieve their aspirations .Too often, government agencies try to develop these communities within the ‘occidental development paradigm’ which destroys traditional skills, cultural integrity, and the social fabric of local communities.
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