To reflect on alternative policy approaches and identify a more effective policy framework for ameliorating chronic poverty in spatial poverty traps the analysis draws upon the various studies including an overview of chronic poverty in remote rural areas carried out by the chronic poverty research centre in india. A wide range of anti poverty policies have been introduced since the 1950s which nonetheless took effect after 20 years of implementation and thus rural poverty in india has subsisted up until today while at the same time the services sector accounts for most of the countrys gdp poverty in pakistan spreads across a variety of issues . In most developing countries poverty is more widespread and severe in rural than in urban areas the author reviews some important aspects of rural poverty and draws key implications for public policy he presents a policy framework for reducing poverty taking into account the functional differences and overlap between the rural poor several policy options are delineated and explained . The below mentioned article provides an overview on the problem of poverty in india meaning of poverty poverty is often defined by economists and social workers with reference to certain basic amenities such as food floor space per person medical care etc. This working paper explores the relationship between migration remote rural areas rras and chronic poverty in india and is part of a series of odi cprc working papers entitled spatial poverty traps what are they and what can be done about them
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