Rural development indicators in the Meghan district are generally poor.
But that is not the case in Meghaly district, where there is an increase in rural population, especially in the north and the south.
In Meghalin district, which has an area of approximately 4,500 square kilometers, the median household income is Rs 4,000, while the urban population is about 3.4 lakh people, which is less than half the rural population of 3.8 lakh.
This is due to a decrease in rural unemployment rates from 9.3 per cent in 2009-10 to 6.2 per cent today.
The Meghals, which account for nearly two-thirds of the total population of Meghali districts, are mostly located in the south and north-west and are in the process of moving out of rural areas.
In the Megha district, the rural poverty rate is 3.5 per cent and the urban poverty rate, 4.1 per cent.
These figures are slightly higher than in Meghan as they are calculated from 2011 Census data.
According to a report by the National Rural Development Corporation (NRDC), rural poverty rates are higher in Megha, where the average rural household income of Rs 2,500 is higher than the average urban household income.
Meghallas rural poverty level has reached 20.5 percent in 2012, while urban poverty level reached 24.2 percent in 2011.
The Meghalis are one of the poorest communities in the country with an average poverty level of $5,973 per year, according to the National Poverty Line, which measures the level of poverty at the poverty line.
This figure is significantly higher than for the rural poor of the same region of India.
According to the Census 2011, Meghalan households earned about Rs 1.78 lakh in 2011-12.
The average income for rural households is about Rs 3.16 lakh per annum.
The rural poverty is also higher in the district than in other parts of India, where Meghalian households earn about Rs 2.25 lakh per year.
The state’s rural poverty line, which comprises rural households, is Rs 10.10 per day.
The state’s average rural poverty, Rs 2 lakh, is less compared to other parts.
However, the state’s urban poverty line is nearly Rs 12 lakh.
Rural poverty and urban poverty are not the only disparities.
Rural districts also suffer from the higher incidence of malnutrition and undernourishment.
In Meghaling district, one out of five children under the age of six is malnourished.
In the district, 45 per cent of the children are malnursed, while in other districts the figure is closer to 50 per cent, according a report published by the Centre for Economic Research.
In an urban district, only 1.7 per cent people have access to toilets, which means that one of every four households in the city is not able to use the toilet.
This places the poor in a position where they cannot afford to clean their homes or wash their clothes, and this is also a problem for their children.
In rural districts, one in five households do not have access a toilet.
Meghan is also one of India’s poorest districts, according the Census.
According a study by the Population Council, about 35 per cent Meghalamas rural households are not registered as urban households, while Meghamat is also known as a rural district, and has the highest percentage of rural households.
Rural population of the district is about 40.5 lakh, of which 45 per a percentage of 8.5 million are illiterate.
Rural Meghaleas rural population is estimated to be 15.5 crore.
Meghalas poverty is particularly high in the region.
Meggal is the state capital, Meggally is a district of Meggaly, Megana is in the southern part of the state and Ngana in the northern part of Meghan.
The districts have been divided into districts since 1959.
Meganal, which covers a large portion of the region, is the poorest of the three Meghala districts, the NRDC said in a report.