As it is widely known that most of the Indigenous people are living in the rural areas, with farming and agriculture as their main source of livelihood. At the same time, many among the Indigenous people may have chosen to leave their homeland and move to bigger towns and cities, in search of better living. Some may be lucky to find jobs in the civil sectors where their welfare would be secured; however, the reality is that the bigger majority of them in the cities could only find employment in supermarkets, restaurants, or factories, earning only meagre income, barely enough to cover their own daily expenses. On the whole, whether they remain in the villages or ventured to the cities, the Indigenous people are facing great economic challenges.
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🛖Economic Challenges of the Rural-based Indigenous –