This scheme continues from the agriculture programme. Many people have land of their own in the rural areas, either where their families are, or where they inherited land. However, lacking the knowledge to cultivate that land properly, they were forced to migrate to the towns seeking work. Once they have the knowledge of how to cultivate their land, they can move back home. Unfortunately, some of them have no houses back on their land either, and cannot afford to build, so they still wait in the towns. It is a slow process, but those who are able to move back are encouraged to go. It is better for them to live as agriculturalists on their own land than to live in slums, sometimes even eking out a living in prostitution. So far, RUSH has provided 1¼ acres of land and a house for one lady and her family, rescuing her from a life of degradation, and two other women were enabled to return to their families in the rural areas.