Thatta Kedona project demonstrated many answers and raised some new questions. One of the answers was the only way of stopping or minimizing the migration of villagers to urban areas is developing our villages. If the rural folks are provided with all the facilities like having earning opportunities, healthcare services, electricity, clean water, education, environmental development, cultural enrichment, respect, security and co-operation among genders, they need not to go to cities and towns. On one hand, village conditions will improve, and, on the other hand, human welfare projects will prosper and enrich human lives. Thus, rural people will not feel any urge to take the pains of moving to cities and suffer from the migration issues.
As a result, cities will be less crowded and be able to take better care of their environmental and metropolitan matters. So, village development is an investment that promises a win-win-win situation.