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One tip for spreading economic growth to the under privileged
Recently, the government announced support for a so-far neglected section of the society - orphans. Economic support will help this section of society to uplift themsleves and participate in the overall economic growth of the country.

IT IS good to learn that certain class of population is getting support to start their careers as entrepreneurs. There have been numerous success stories of people starting on a small scale and making it big eventually – some of them are already having global presence.  All such news augurs well for the pattern of growth chalked out.

However, from inclusive growth’s perspective, it will be in the fitness of things if the above support also percolates down to those sections of the population who are yet to benefit. One section of the population is singled out and these are children living in various orphanages across the country. If some of these children make it big as entrepreneurs, they will act as role models for their counter parts which would mean the concept of economic growth is getting evenly spread.

Perhaps, some funds should exclusively be allocated for targeting this section of the population.  They should get all around support for one and all for getting started and sailing smoothly.

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