Migration Impacts On Rural Poverty: Case Study of Faisalabad District, Pakistan
The global economy of today includes migration as a key component. Although this study aims to evaluate the significance of internal migration in reducing poverty in rural Faisalabad, people leave their homes for a variety of reasons. Internal migration refers to people moving within a nation, typically in quest of better job prospects. One of these South Asian nations with high internal immigration rates also includes Pakistan. Poverty is regarded as a significant influence in this regard. In the Pakistani district of Faisalabad, rural household poverty is estimated, as is the effect of internal migration on rural household poverty.
Keywords: Migration, Poverty, Rural, District Faisalabad, Pakistan