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In an attempt to elaborate on the health and literacy attributes of a rural region in India, quantitative surveys were conducted over two six day periods in the village, Naga Valadia. Data describing the infrastructure, politics, and education as they relate to literacy and health outcomes are reported. Naga Valadia is unique in its sophisticated infrastructure and significant commitment to educating the youth; however, it, like most rural areas in India, it is plagued with substance abuse and non-sustainable sources of income. A profile of Naga Valadia, postulated causes of its successes and failures, and future implications are discussed in detail. This paper aims to elaborate on the state of affairs of Naga Valadia and how the researchers’ organization can implement sustainable solutions in an attempt to eradicate the aforementioned issues.
Rosane Cavalcante Fragoso, Brasil
Chief Scientific Officer and Head of a Research Group
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