Danish Channa, President at Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai Welfare Society
The Communities of villages are dependent on the income from farming which is received in peasantry work. The receivable items include the seeds which are only utilized in food intake and fodder. These communities have no asset except the small number of livestock and hens. Every household of villages has income of 200-300 in the form agriculture labor and formal activities while going to the city of Mirpurkhas. It is analyzed that almost all the families of the villages are living below the poverty line and therefore deprived of the basin human development and sustainable development facilities.
Most of the population of the aforementioned villages is dependent of the daily basis earning in the form of doing labor work in the district otherwise they will have no survival option. Averagely, 200-300 per day is earned by the each family head depending on the availability work. Therefore, if the family head receives no work his family will have to suffer in starvation. The primary skill of the communities is of agri-based labor but this depends on the season. However in the off seasons the family members start moving to the cities for the odd labor on the daily wages