Effects of poverty on malaria in the rural areas of India

The approach of irrigation is causing desertification of the fertile land. There are huge investments made by the central and state government towards developing alleviation programs of poverty. Such an approach has not been able to make the rural areas self reliant but in turn has increased the economic dependency amongst the daily wage workers. In the urban areas there are preventive measures taken by the government so that such diseases do not affect public health but on the contrary the rural areas malaria is linked with poverty majorly due to lack of accessibility towards proper health care facilities and due to environmental degradation. The specific problem that has been identified in this particular context is that malaria is causing huge number of deaths in the rural India. Though the government is taking initiatives but it is not being able to safeguard people from such diseases. The problem area for this research study is that there needs to be proper measures implemented in rural India or else the rate of such disease would be high with every passing year. The major aim of the research study would be to highlight the relationship between the poverty and malaria and even to bring forward certain cases that would depict how some operations that are performed on rural land are leading to increase in the number of death rates caused by malaria. This research study would be important for the audience as it would portray the real scenario of rural India and even outline the major reasons behind why such a disease is not been able to eliminated from the area. The study would even help to analyze the direct relationship between poverty and malaria and the efforts that should be made so that such a disease can be discarded from the root level. The research question for this study would be – How does poverty in rural India has a direct relation with the major public health disease malaria? This research question is aligned with the

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