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The challenges associated with (back-) migration of people to rural communities in the 1990s are examined. It is argued that reducing the "brain drain" from rural areas through the creation of job opportunities for college-educated individuals, is central to an effective rural(community) development strategy. To survive, rural communities must increasingly provide incentives, services and opportunities to economic agents operating outside the agricultural sector.

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