Technologies for Rural Development/Introduction
- 1 Introduction
- 1.1 Technologies for Rural Development/Using water resources
- 1.2 Technologies for Rural Development/Building houses
- 1.3 Technologies for Rural Development/Ways of farming
- 1.4 Technologies for Rural Development/Dealing with waste
- 1.5 Technologies for Rural Development/Building infrastructures
- 1.6 Technologies for Rural Development/Creating energy
- 2 Introduction for Parents, Guardians and Educators
- 3 Licensing
Rural Development is a term that is used widely in governmental organizations and many publications regarding rural activity in all the countries around the world. This book is about Rural Development at a basic level, with the material directed towards informing children about what can drive the first phases of development.
The water resources module explains how the water cycle operates and how important its protection and correct use is to development in all areas of life. A number of technologies that can improve use of water are explained.
The housing module explains many ways of creating reliable housing in different rural locations around the globe.
This module explains how simple technologies can improve farming in rural areas.
This module explains how simple technologies can improve waste management to minimise pollution.
This module explains the importance of building infrastructures and working as a community.
This module explains simple ways to create and use energy in developing communities.
Introduction for Parents, Guardians and Educators
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