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THE REASONS FOR AND THE EFFECTS OF RURAL-URBAN MIGRATION

THE REASONS FOR AND THE ECTS OF RURAL- MIGRATION

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

 

THE STUDY’S BACKGROUND

 

Man’s mobility has increased as a result of technological and economic advancements. He has specialized modes of transportation to aid his mobility, and distance is expressed in terms of time depending on the mode of transportation.

 

Migration is a dynamic component of population that refers to people moving from one geographic area to another.

 

Migration can be divided into the following categories:

 

a) Rural-to-

 

b) Migration from to urban

 

c) Migration between cities

 

d) Migration from cities to

 

However, attention will be focused on the rapid urbanization process, which has put significant strain on existing infrastructure.

 

However, this has resulted in deplorable living conditions, unemployment, and urban congestion.

 

Infrastructure rationalization has become the order of the day, with unemployment a major issue in Ondo State’s Ese-Odo Local Government Area.

 

STATEMENT OF THE

 

Since independence, there has been a significant movement of people from to urban .

 

This project aims to investigate the causes and consequences of -urban , which has recently become widespread in the y area of Ese-Odo Local Government Area.

 

Perhaps this movement is the result of a lack of socio-economic amenities in , the need for white-collar jobs, educational opportunities, and so on. However, finances and time have been major constraints in making this project work.

 

THE STUDY’S OBJECTIVES

 

The following are the y’s objectives that will be achieved:

 

a) To identify the factors that contribute to -urban in the y area.

 

b) To draw attention to the effects of -urban in the area

 

c) Make recommendations for controlling -urban in the area.

 

QUESTION FOR

 

Because the following research questions will guide this project’s work,

 

a) What are the causes of -urban in Ese-odo Local Government Area?

 

b) What are the local effects of -urban ?

 

c) What are the potential strategies for reducing -urban in Ese-odo L.G.A.?

 

THE STUDY’S IMPORTA

For a long time, the y of has been a problem because people have been moving from one location to another in search of favorable opportunities such as good housing, good jobs, education, health, good communication s, water and power supply.

 

The y will aid in educating individuals, policymakers, and the about the importance of developing policies for integrated development to combat -urban drift in the Ese-odo local area.

 

THE STUDY’S OBJECTIVE

 

The y’s scope will include the causes and consequences of -urban in Ese-odo Local Government Area, Ondo State.

 

TERMS DEFINITION

 

The following terms are used in this project work:

 

Migration is defined as the movement of people from to urban in order to earn a living.

 

Rural area: This refers to the countryside, including hamlets, villages, and farmsteads.

 

Towns, cities, conurbations, megalopolis, and so on are all examples of urban .

 

A settlement is a place with one or more buildings and people living in them.

 

Migrants: People who leave their home country.

 

Emigrants are people who leave their home country.

 

Immigrants are people who move to another country.

 

Net im is the difference between net im and net e.

 

 

 

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