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  1. 1. ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS OF URBANIZATION: SOCIO ECONOMIC, POLITICO- ADMINISTRATIVE, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, SPATIAL, ETC.
  2. 2. WHAT IS URBANIZATION? Urbanization is the process through which cities grow, and higher and higher percentages of the population comes to live in the city.
  3. 3. WHAT IS URBANIZATION? world population has grown cantly, and our economies become more industrialized the past few hundred years, s a result many more people moved into cities. This process wn as urbanization.
  4. 4. WHAT IS URBANIZATION? early half of all people now live urban areas. They are attracted jobs in manufacturing and the ofessions, as well as by creased opportunities for ucation and entertainment.
  5. 5. Crowded Tokyo Street With more than 40 million residents, Tokyo, Japan, is a megacity. Another effect of urbanization is urban sprawl. PHOTOGRAPH BY POLA DAMONTE VIA GETTY IMAGES IMAGE Crowded Tokyo Street With more than 40 million residents, Tokyo, Japan, is a megacity. PHOTOGRAPH BY POLA DAMONTE VIA GETTY IMAGES
  6. 6. THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF URBANIZATION Developing countries are experiencing a rapid growth in the urbanization. As a result of these, countries are faced with shortage of jobs. Unemployment rates rise as a result of causing people to apply for government-funded programs and benefits. "Businesses and governments cannot produce enough jobs to meet the demand of a fast-growing population" in developing countries.
  7. 7. THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF URBANIZATION The problems associated with urbanization are: • High population density, • inadequate infrastructure, • lack of affordable housing, • flooding, • pollution, • slum creation, • crime, • congestion and • poverty
  8. 8. ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS OF URBANIZATION: POLITICO-ADMINISTRATIVE s in the Twenty-first ng rapid urbanization with of people in the urban ulation of people in the ng due to the rise in rural- adverse consequences on political development of
  9. 9. ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS OF URBANIZATION: POLITICO-ADMINISTRATIVE stem from the lack of good rate of corruption and the f state resources through diverse ing reforms and development is affirms that urbanization is a res objective management and ifferentiations and performance anizational synergy, moderation ecessary for the equitable common wealth for the greatest not only in the urban areas but reas which invariably will bring economic development in cities, high incidences of poverty, d crisis.
  10. 10. ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS OF URBANIZATION: SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT e development of urban areas ntegration and coordination, and to tackle land-use issues, food employment creation, tion infrastructure development, y conservation, water on, renewable energy sourcing, recycling management, and the of education, health care and
  11. 11. MPLICATIONS OF URBANIZATION: AINABLE DEVELOPMENT gies and investments are needed to promote opment, including in the world’s cities. anges to prices of goods and services to more rcity now and in the future, and to encourage roducers to switch to less resource-intensive cts.
  12. 12. URBAN THREATS th can lead to greater poverty, with local to provide services for all people. use leads to greater air pollution with human health. produces elevated lead levels in urban air. ollected waste create multiple health hazards. an magnify the risk of environmental hazards . l barriers to root growth promote loss of urban re inhibited by toxic substances, vehicles, and d food sources.
  13. 13. TIONS moting economic development and job creation. ty in local government. upgrading energy use and alternative transport artnerships to provide services such as waste disposal orate the care of city green spaces as a key element in
  14. 14. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS US ALL PO!
  15. 15. SOURCES/REFERENCES tional Geographic tps://education.nationalgeographic.org/resource/urbanization) erican Psychological Association tps://www.apa.org/topics/socioeconomic-status) kedin(https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/urbanization-problems- veloping-countries-golfer-okorie) ited Nations tps://www.un.org/en/chronicle/article/addressing-sustainable- banization-challenge) ps://ourworld.unu.edu/en/urbanization-threatens-sustainable- velopment
  16. 16. MPA 213 MANAGEMENT OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT PRESENTED BY: JAINABELLA C. SALVADOR

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