Mahad Taluka: PRIDE in India

Hannah Burnett
Mind Map by Hannah Burnett, updated more than 1 year ago
Hannah Burnett
Created by Hannah Burnett over 5 years ago


A Levels Geography (Mumbai) Mind Map on Mahad Taluka: PRIDE in India, created by Hannah Burnett on 12/29/2014.

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Mahad Taluka: PRIDE in India
1 Why stay?/How to reduce out-migration
1.1 Incentives
1.1.1 Support for farmers Farmers market
1.2 Child health clinics
1.2.1 Women's health
1.3 Global: Fairtrade
2 Why leave?
2.1 Infant mortality
2.1.1 Poor sanitation
2.2 Landlessness
2.3 Dry seasons - drought
2.3.1 Monsoons - badly affected cotton growers Flooding - in 2000 over 2,500 people were killed in the summer floods Destroyed 4million hectares of crops
2.4 Illiteracy
2.4.1 Lack of services
2.5 More political power in cities
2.5.1 Lack of jobs
3.1 Why?
3.1.1 Try to reduce mass migration to urban areas
3.1.2 Sustainable development Working in 140 of 167 villages in the rural area of Mahad Taluka
3.2 Infant mortality is 25%
3.2.1 Periodic checks to look at children's nutrition levels and health 6 full time specialist doctors
3.2.2 Healthy school meals everyday at school
3.2.3 Children under 5 given Vitamin A to prevent diarrhoea and are immunised
3.3 70% of people are illiterate
3.3.1 160 adult education centres Study centres teach English, maths and science
3.3.2 Pre-school education centres Children given an education fund to repay later
3.4 Dry seasons - drought
3.4.1 Irrigation schemes set up using check dams and reservoirs to raise the water table Villagers now have a supply of water most of the year
3.5 Women do most of the work in the villages, must raise children as well as do all of the domestic work
3.5.1 Working to educate women and ensure healthy pregnancies Free check up throughout the pregnancy
3.5.2 Allowed to start their own businesses Child care centres allow parents to work
3.6 Illness
3.6.1 500 family planning sessions a year
3.6.2 HIV check ups, advice and outreach workers Promote HIV/AIDs awareness
3.6.3 Essential medicines free of charge
3.6.4 Regular immunisation clinics
3.7 Over 45% of the 200,000 people are landless
3.7.1 Professional nursing programmes
3.7.2 Villagers trained at a centre running courses ranging from goat rearing to baking
3.7.3 Local people trained as teachers Youth clubs teach practical skills through voluntary work - improving village roads and tree planting
3.7.4 Trained local police
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