The Role of Amenities and Quality of life in Agriculture Productivity Rural Economic Growth - A Case Study of Sindh
economic, Growth, amenities, Development, quality, rural
The present study investigates the role of amenities facilities on quality of life in Rural Sindh and how it reflects the agriculture production in Rural Sindh. A structural model of regional economic growth is estimated using data from 200 rural households by using simple random technique, for this study a structured questionnaire designed to get the reliable results from the chosen sample. Five districts Larkana, Shikarpur, Jacobabad, Khairpur and Sukkur of Rural Sindh where sample has been conducted. It was revealed that education as well amenities facilities has positively associated with the agricultural production. It was observed that rural areas where facilities like, road, education, health and amenities facilities were there they have impact on the Agriculture production and enjoying the highest level of yield compare with the traditional farming activities. In areas where Farmers were educated and they were using all the modern implements and their usage. Results suggested that amenity characteristics can be organized into consistent and meaningful empirical measures that move beyond ad hoe description of amenities. In addition to insights into the influence of local characteristics ranging from tax burdens between amenities, quality of life, and local economic performance exits in various villages of rural Sindh. It was further revealed that only 20% of the villages of all five districts where quality of drinking water was available.