Education becomes extremely difficult when people are deprived of basic necessities of life. Child Labor: In India, a large number of young boys and girls are engaged in child labour. Also read, article on Poverty and Child labour in India. Nutrition and diet: Poverty is the leading cause of insufficient diet and inadequate nutrition. The resources of poor people are very limited, and its effect can be seen in their diet.
The society nowadays consists of different jobs and people from different areas, but they were not like that in the late 1800s. Most Americans lived on farms. When things started changing for farmers from what they were growing to how they borrowed money due to the radical policies, consequences were brought to the farmers as the radical politics started changing farmer’s life. One of the consequences is that the farmers are no longer dependent on themselves. In earlier times, farmers grew their own food, made their own tools, and were generally self-sufficient.
Although in Thailand, there are about 450,000 teachers per 11 million students nationwide, many rural schools have to depend on one teacher for all subjects. That is because teachers have low inspirations to work in the place that has few facilities, low income and low progress in work. In addition, the abilities of teachers to explain and develop students are somewhat ineffective (The Nation, 2014). As a result, this causes numerous students in the countryside to have poor opportunities in good education. Thus, the government should come up with policies to attract teachers to teach in rural areas as the teachers are still needed, and there should be more teachers who are expert in one particular subject to train the students as
The reasons behind such cases are sale by family, abduction, recruitment by former slaves, deceit etc. SALE BY FAMILY- “The condition of poverty, desperation and displacement lead many families to sell a child in slavery.” (kara) When parents take such decisions they are forced by the extremes of destitution they face which they are not able to deal with. They find their children the best source to come out of it. And for that they sell their children to the traders who further sell them to big cities to be sex workers. These traders sniff out the most dejected, poor people and make job offers for their children in return for money.
According to Hart and Risley’s (1995) study, children from poverty backgrounds have a smaller vocabulary than children who are from more affluent families. Most of the learners living in these conditions do not have access to books or libraries and their parents were not educated to help them with their language skills. Poverty contributes to poor circumstances in the homes of the learners, they do not have electricity, enough food or somewhere to do their homework and these factors may impact
Study has found that children who are under 14 years of age continue to work. These children as a result aren’t able to go to school on a regular basis. Poverty however is not he only reason for child labour. There are other causes such as lack of schools, lack of regulations and proper enforcement of laws that also contribute to the problem. This problem however cannot be eradicated by just the NGO’s themselves.
The other things that are very common in tribal community areas are poor localities, illiteracy due to which, low income, unhygienic food, lack of basic infrastructure like hospitals and toilets, poor educational facilities, poor standards of living and a high chance of losing land and jobs. More than 93% of these tribals do not have an income of over 10,000 per month. The problems of tribals Tribals throughout the world face problems, due to the lack of knowledge they have about Illiteracy – Most of the tribal communities in India and in other countries face this main problem of illiteracy because of less educational opportunities Communication Skills – Tribals across the world face this problem as they have different cultures and languages compared to their country. Either because they are not connected with the outer world or because they deny learning this new language. Lack of
Key Words: Migration, Labour, Poverty, Schedule Caste, Schedule Tribes. INTRODUCTION Our 70per cent population lives in the rural areas and their main source of livelihood is agriculture. Labour is the single most important factor in determining national income. Poverty is the main obstacle for the development of any country, but it is a very grave phenomenon where a section of society is unable to fulfill the basic necessities of life like bread, cloth, house and education. In rural areas people don’t get an employment, their main livelihood is mostly agriculture and in some cases seasonal employment in agriculture, that’s why workers face a lot of problems.
REVISIONING CURRICULA IN TRIBAL RESIONS INTRODUCTION Education is considered as a key indicator of human development and progress. Education in tribal regions assumes significance because of its low literacy level and poor ranking in education index as per their life hood. This reveals the educational backwardness of the tribes. The informal section of education- the government organizations which are engaged in catering to the needs of the marginalized who don’t have access to formal education. Therefore some government institutions and especially Ashram schools play pivotal role for the education of tribal people.