The National Organization of State Offices of Rural
Health has also endorsed the legislation.
According to Rural
Healthy People 2020, rural
communities face even greater challenges than they did in 2001, when Rural
Healthy People was first envisioned.
The most common theme found was rural
origin, defined as growing up in a rural
area, or living in a rural
area for a significant period of time prior to any educational training.
We've already transformed the prospects of thousands of rural
businesses and want to make sure that change is felt in every part of rural
Like many parts of the country, and like many denominations, the rural
Anglican church is changing.
The study indicates that 1% of paediatricians, 3% of obstetricians and gynaecologists, 2% of emergency medicine specialists and 3% of psychiatrists are located in small-town or rural
Therefore readers should not be fooled by Walker's misleading and unfortunate title, for All We Knew Was to Farm provides an innovative and compelling story of the ways that rural
women and men in the upcountry South encountered, embraced, and resisted the multiple facets of modernization.
For example, Nebraska legislators, which has many rural
schools, proposed last year to close all the small schools in the state.
This exhibition is a fitting tribute to the unique combination of utopianism and pragmatism that drives the Rural
Studio even in his absence.
residents are moving into the cities where the good-paying jobs are, rural
communities are being depopulated with devastating effect: Populations are too small to sustain Main Street businesses; college-educated young people find no business for their skills or salaries much lower than city jobs; schools must be consolidated; there is a loss of neighborly fellowship and community spirit.
Eighty-four people took part in the study, 44 from the Durban metropolitan area and 40 from the Tugela Valley, a rural
area about 200 kilometers north of Durban.