Income And Food Habits On Health Issues Among Rural Women In Tamil Nadu
Long journey of rural development programme, the government of India enacted MGNREGA to promote right to work, and right to food among rural residences. This act aims at enhancing the livelihood security of people in rural areas by guarantee in hundred days of wage employment in a financial year to a rural household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work. As a result, women have had high cash flow. Women’s income in rural areas is significantly related to food habits on health issues of rural women as well as rural economy. Rural income inequalities leads to increasing of economic segregation of health issues, lack of the resources of families in poverty and so on. The income generation also leads to promotion of food habits which directly impact on health. The present study discuss on income and food habits influences on health issues among rural women in Tamil Nadu.