|Author:||Samuel Potts,John Makin|
|Title:||Rural Facilities Survey 2008: Report on the Provision of Facilities within the Rural Settlements of Wiltshire|
|Format:||lrf docx mbr doc|
|ePUB size:||1185 kb|
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|Category:||Politics and Government|
|Publisher:||Wiltshire County Council (May 2009)|
The Rural Facilities Survey report, published in 2005, seeks to ascertain the extent of services and facilities within the smaller settlements in Wiltshire County and Swindon Borough. Wiltshire and Swindon Rural Facilities Survey 2005.
A key challenge in rural South Africa is providing social facilities such as clinics. This is difficult due to the nature of settlement distributions, especially in traditional authority areas. Settlements in South Africa's traditional authority areas often do not meet the minimum thresholds required for specific social facilities, therefore determining the best location can be daunting. For more than a decade a GIS based methodology has been used in South Africa to assess and plan for the provision of social facilities and to provide input to integrated social facility development plans which are not only defensible but enable smart decision making that impacts meaningfully on investment priorities. This enables the greatest impact from the least number of investment locations to maximise return on investment.
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Within this framework, an amalgamation of variables impact attempts towards a transparent and inclusive development project. The paper draws upon literature from the fields of facilities management, new economics and sustainability. Findings – The paper presents the results of an initial exploration, draws tentative conclusions and offers a framework for evaluating the performance of organisations. Originality/value – Introduces novel concepts, an evaluation framework and tools for the assessment of FM processes for sustainability. PIP Inadequate social infrastructure provision-in terms of education, health care facilities, and water and sanitation-has become a critical issue in Nigeria's urban areas. The decline of the Nigerian economy and the introduction of economic structural adjustment have curtailed drastically government spending on these services.
Statement of Problem. The infrastructure of a city is a major determinant on the demand of houses. One of the major problems affecting housing demand in Lokoja
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One of the imperatives of health care provision is a concern for both social and spatial justice. This study is an attempt to examine the spatial distribution of health facilities in Benue State. The perspective taken is spatial and focuses on the problem of inadequacy and inequality of public health facilities among populations in Benue state
In a rural area of South Africa, we aimed to describe the characteristics of the publicly-funded primary healthcare facilities, investigate the proportion of facilities that provided the Youth Friendly Services programme and examine healthcare workers’ perceived barriers to and facilitators of the provision of youth-friendly health services. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with nurses of all eight publicly-funded primary healthcare facilities in Agincourt sub-district, Mpumalanga Province, South Africa. Participants reported that provision of the Youth Friendly Services programme is limited in this sub-district, and below the Department of Health’s target that 70% of primary healthcare facilities should provide these services. Whilst a dedicated space for young people is unlikely to be feasible or necessary, all facilities have the potential to be youth-friendly in terms of staff attitudes and actions.
Essay on the Advantages of Rural Settlements. Essay on the Disadvantages of Rural Settlements. Essay on the Evolution of Rural Settlements. The development of such facilities would be beyond the range of private farmers. On a wider scale, the opening up of new land increases the productive area of the country, contributing to the national economy, and the planting of established export crops increases production and revenue from important commodities.
Key words: service provision, ICT, Vital Rural Area, service policy, multifunctional facilities. 1. The importance of rural service provision – an introduction. This article identifies and discusses a number of crucial aspects and dimensions of rural services. No matter where people and business enterprises settle, they anticipate the provision of certain categories of basic public and private services. Service provision is regarded as essential for the mere functionality of a modern family life. Within the broad and overall definitions, there are a number of academic discourses and models of crucial importance for the service policy discussion in rural areas, and they shall be elaborated in the following. 4. Functions of services in rural areas. Intuitively, services in rural areas are there to support the daily lives of the citizens and enterprises.