Why we are beginning our Village Development Programs in India   2 comments

The UN based Map below shows that India is amongst the poorest nations in the world… as the nation has over 850 million people earning less than $2 per day!

World Poverty Analyses – India is amongst the Poorest

India, as in 2016

  1. India has perhaps the greatest potential to become the most developed nation
  2. However, while the Constitution provides for and officially facilitates perhaps the most humane and people-friendly development programs, the implementation of all aspects of development activities being in the hands of the crooks, mafia and corrupt officials, 100% of these works are organized and planned in such a manner as to “help only themselves”
  3. The entire system of operation works only through a “Wheeler Dealer” arrangement, and not even one development work would proceed as per the letter and spirit. This results in a pilfered and filtered economics, whereby public funds spent on all development works are purloined and distributed amongst the “implementing groups”. The real beneficiary may not get even 25% of the allocated/ intended values!
  4. All our development works and governance are dictated by the needs of the western world (specifically the US)

India’s current population (May 2016) is an estimated 1.28 billion. An estimated 74% of our total population (915 million) live in villages/ farm regions, most of which are in dilapidated conditions. On the basis of personal studies made by this writer, the following are the observational inferences:

  1. An average Indian Farmer has a family of 5 people
  2. Only one person in each family is able to get full time (150 days in a year) employment
  3. There are two classes of families: One group could be named: “Bottom Farm Community” (BFC); the other is the “Upper Farm Community” (UFC)
  4. BFC and UFC are distributed in an approximate ratio of 60:40
  5. The annual Family income in BFC is an estimated Rs.15,000 ($250); that in UFC is an estimated Rs.45,000 ($750)
  6. The above observation means the following: 545,000,000 farm community people in India earn a paltry Rs.3,000 ($50) per annum; 370,000,000 farm community people earn Rs.9,000 ($150) per annum

The aforementioned observational inferences reveal the truth behind the pathetic conditions of Farm community in India. Whereas the average minimum family earnings required for decent living in India (at current costs and other inputs) are Rs.75,000 ($1,200), the current earning levels range between $250 and $750 … far below the decent living level!

Today, there is a stand-off between the “Ruling Class” and the common public. The ruling class is constituted by the Parliamentarians, Legislators, Government Officials and others involved under Government … the public is being represented by Non Government Organizations (NGO), eminent personalities and even retired Army Generals. While the ruling class tell us that they are doing everything right, the public is unhappy that “nothing is right”

What is the answer to this impasse? There seems to be nothing in the horizon! The most affected are the farm community, who struggle to feed the whole population!

The Answer lies in TOTAL VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS (TVDP)

CLICK ON EACH IMAGE/PHOTO BELOW TO ENLARGE THE IMAGE

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Please visit: https://agrobiogenicscleantechpvtltd.com/total-village-development-projects-tvdp/

TOTAL VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM_PROJECT_START-UP

AN IDEA OF A VILLAGE COMPANY MODULE UNDER TVDP

TOTAL VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH ZW-ZC-BM.png

For more info: pvhramani@yahoo.com

updated on May 11, 2016

Posted August 31, 2012 by Hariharan PV (pvhramani)

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