Worst part is, people have distinguished skills to earn money but are still poor! Who is responsible for the situation? If the poor folks of Pakistan, who are mostly villagers, are given chances to bring up their local skills, products and services, they can amaze the entire world through their brilliant demonstrations. I came across many village people who gifted me their handmade articles as tokens of their love. I got touched to find such fine skills in embroidery, pottery, plant-oriented objects, and so on. I always think if ever we have some sensitive, vigilant, educated and dynamic souls who could exploit these resources to be benefitted and to benefit these village people. I believe, this is a self-reliant approach towards human progress, because once you are self-sufficient in generating decent living, you think of better projects, like education, health, environmental progress, gender welfare and much more.
Along with local and regional development, the benefit comes along will be tourism. If national leadership or NGOs develop well-thought and research oriented plans like Thatta Kedona Project for Pakistani rural areas, they will be profited in diverse directions.