"Cable television reaches those settlements, whether they meet the broadcast. The same goes for amplitude modulation broadcasting. It is very difficult to reach a settlement that does not already have at least one radio frequency modulated. When a "snoops" on the lives of these small communities, notes that appear cooperating schools, hospitals and police stations. The Centers for Retirees and Pensioners are a must. And also the branch of a bank ordinarily be the respective province and / or a cooperative. In addition, clubs are mutual credit operations.
There is also a center or chamber of commerce. The lives of people embedded in their respective families, is placed in these institutions. For not to leave, if possible, nothing implied, although it seems obvious at least 1440 locations and many of the lowest population density have electricity, water, telephone and Internet services has entered into all those places. But there's something so no obvious perceived by the inhabitants of these settlements and whether the observer from the rarefied metropolitan habitat. The inhabitants of these settlements have inferred from what was lost in big cities: THE QUALITY OF LIFE. In addition to quality of life in these settlements there, unused capacity, to receive the settlement of new families in a gradual way, not to impair the quality of life. This idle capacity, increases its potential to the extent that they apply or expand existing training programs, support or promotion of Home Economics, which is a good example the program "Community gardens" that has been developing since 1990 the National Institute Agricultural Technology, which is nothing more than an updated version of similar programs had been implemented in Argentina, sponsored by the then Ministry of Agriculture through its Agricultural Almanac and then making, use of radio media in the mid-decade forty.