-Advanced technology has has helped in the provision of more efficient farming equipment like tractors,planters to increase the food production
-It has also led to the development of chemicals such as insecticides,pesticides to control pests and diseases
-New crop varieties and animal breeds with early maturity and high yied have been developed
IMPROVED MEDICAL CARE
-It has promoted excess births over deaths
-It has a good knowledge of the causes of infections and diseases and how to prevent them has lead to increase in population
-Better sanitation which has helped to check outbreak and spread of diseases has led to population increase
-Relief: Jara is located in lowland with deep volcanic and alluvial plains which favours the cultivation of crops and habitations
-Favourable climate: This area has moderate temperate and abundant rainfall throughout the year and is supported by irrigation for the cultivation of crops
-Fertile soil: Jara is blessed with rich volcanic alluvial soils which favours the growth of many crops
-Intensive agriculture:The soil is intensively and continously cultivated because of its fertility for the growth of rice and other crops
-Provision of food:Urban areas depend on rural areas for food stuffs
-Unskilled labour supply:Unskilled labour supply usually come from rural to urban industries
-Medicinal herbs:Medicinal herbs and roots are usually bought from rural to urban areas for phamaceuticals
i)lack skilled workers and use unskilled workers intensively.
ii)Developing nations are highly dependent on the advanced or developed nations.
iii)Poor funding of industries.
iv)Most of their Raw materials are farm produce.
v)They manufacture goods to meet their immediate needs not for export
i)Raw Materials: The significance of raw materials in manufacturing industry is so fundamental that it needs no emphasising. Indeed, the location of industrial enterprises is sometimes determined simply by location of the raw materials.
ii)Power: Regular supply of power is a pre-requisite for the localisation of industries. Coal, mineral oil and hydro-electricity are the three important conventional sources of power. Most of the industries tend to concentrate at the source of power.
iii)Labour: No one can deny that the prior existence of a labour force is attractive to industry unless there are strong reasons to the contrary.
Labour supply is important in two respects;
(a) workers in large numbers are often required
(b) people with skill or technical
iv)Transport: by land or water is necessary for the assembly of raw materials and for the marketing of the finished products.
v)Market: The entire process of manufacturing is useless until the finished goods reach the market. Nearness to market is essential for quick disposal of manufactured goods. It helps in reducing the transport cost and enables the consumer to get things at cheaper rates.
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i)presence of unique landforms
ii)presence of unique historical and religious centres
iii)unique environmental condidtion
iv)presence of natural and artificial lake
i)unstable political factors and government policies
ii)inadequate maintenance of tourist centre
iii)high rate of crime rate in the country
iv)outspread of diseases
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Movement of goods and services
-Movement of people
-Development of tourism
-Opening up new lands and areas
-Generation of revenue
-It is very costly to build and maintain railways
-Railway transport is relatively slow in some other areas
-Railway network is generally poor