Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction. Proposal Draft. We particularly seek to publish critically focused articles which challenge received wisdom, report and discuss innovative practices, and relate issues of community development to questions of social justice, diversity and environmental sustainability. 0000007158 00000 n One of the most promising approaches to poverty reduction in developing countries is to encourage sustainable livelihoods for the poor. Pages 109-129. 0000003337 00000 n 0000014874 00000 n CBNRM, poverty reduction and sustainable livelihoods: Developing criteria for evaluating the contribution of CBNRM to poverty reduction and alleviation in southern Africa by Brian TB Jones Downloadable from www.cassplaas.org An output of the joint Centre for Applied Social Sciences/ Programme for Land and Agrarian 0000002522 00000 n 38, No. This item is part of a JSTOR Collection. Introduction. This article examines the relationship between sector‐wide approaches (SWAps), sustainable livelihoods approaches (SLAs) and rural poverty reduction. Food Security, Poverty Reduction, Climate Change: Placing Trócaire’s Livelihoods work in context 1 C"!&ˆ!&% Introduction 3 1. Nonetheless, there is an emerging consensus that effective poverty reduction requires action on a range of broad, inter-linked fronts. Established in 1996, BASIX is a livelihood promotion institution, working for more than 3.5 million customers, over 90% being rural poor households and about 10% urban vulnerable sections of the society. All Rights Reserved. 0000002500 00000 n The World Food Summit of 1996 ... subset of the sustainable livelihood approach and hence, the most relevant school on the development arena of today. Pages 101-108. For Sub-Saharan ... 1999), or sustainable livelihood approaches which draw out causes and broad categories of poverty (Angelsen and Wunder, 2003). Promoting the Contribution of the Sustainable Livelihoods Approach and the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries in Poverty Alleviation. For purposes of this paper, a livelihood is sustainable when it can cope with and recover from shocks and stresses and maintain and enhance its capabilities and assets both now and in the future, whilst not undermining natural resources (DFID, 1999). The authors suggest that SLAs provide one means by which SWAps can focus more effectively on poverty reduction, whilst SWAps provide an entry point via which government and donor initiatives can be made supportive of the livelihoods of the poor. 0000005124 00000 n Request Permissions. Sector Approaches, Sustainable Livelihoods and Rural Poverty Reduction 305 combat poverty. 0000011472 00000 n The dominance of welfare based approaches has largely It currently publishes more than 6,000 new publications a year, has offices in around fifty countries, and employs more than 5,500 people worldwide. It is found that community development is largely absent from sustainable livelihoods thinking and contended that part of the reason lies with the locally situated character of community development practice, which makes it difficult for externally driven sustainable livelihoods interventions to systematically incorporate community-level methods and practices. More fundamentally, sustainable livelihoods approaches embody a technocratic development drive, which is at odds with the principles, ethos and values that underpin much community development work. Informal settlements 45 2.11. The Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction An @inproceedings{Krantz2001TheSL, title={The Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction An}, author={Lasse Krantz}, year={2001} } People by and large depend on forest and agricultural products, daily labourers and allied activities. Building local capacities in natural resources management for food security in the highlands of Northern Thailand. The study addresses the two intertwined challenges of rural poverty and forest degradation in rural areas of Zagros, Iran. Pages 93-100. Introduction . Transitioning 10 The Transitioning Model 10 Agroecology and Climate Change 11 A Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction: An Empirical Analysis of Mizoram, the Eastern Extension of the Himalaya (SpringerBriefs in Environmental Science) | Sati, Vishwambhar Prasad, Vangchhia, Lalrinpuia | ISBN: 9783319456225 | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Livelihood development programs refer to a wide range of approaches to help poor people acquire productive assets and build the skills to use them. 0000002231 00000 n Therefore, building sustainable livelihoods requires a strong understanding of the causes of poverty and the particular context of the livelihoods in question. 0000010517 00000 n 0000017971 00000 n Keywords: Poverty, sustainable livelihoods, poverty reduction, food gardening 1. Facilitating and hindering factors to sustainability 47 2.12.1. PDF. approaches, the International Workshop “Integrated territorial and landscape approaches for poverty reduction and sustainability: Innovation and challenges from country led implementation' held in Rome from the 10th to the 12th of December 2019. Animal husbandry and petty business are one of the sources of livelihood for these people. The main objective of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (Ministry of Finance and National Planning, 2002), as an economic strategy, is to facilitate sustainable economic growth and subsequently reduce poverty through the identification of sectors that have a strong potential for economic growth and are critical for social development. About this book. The Sustainable Livelihood It is based on evolving thinking about the way the poor and vulnerable live their lives and the importance of policies and institutions. Vol. It must also be made appropriate to local circumstances and local priorities. 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The call for emphasis on sustainable livelihoods was A brief overview of sustainable livelihoods approaches. 0000016894 00000 n Since 1966 the leading international journal in its field, covering a wide range of topics, reviewing significant developments and providing a forum for cutting-edge debates about theory and practice. Introduction The concept of sustainable livelihoods has dominated development thinking in recent years as many practitioners strive to unlock approaches that will move poor people out of poverty. I.- Introduction It is not an exaggeration to say that the battle to achieve the global society’s stated objectives on hunger and poverty reduction will be won or lost in the rural areas of the developing countries. 16-19). It has become familiar to millions through a diverse publishing program that includes scholarly works in all academic disciplines, bibles, music, school and college textbooks, business books, dictionaries and reference books, and academic journals. For terms and use, please refer to our Terms and Conditions Introduction The Sustainable Livelihood Approach (SLA) to development intervention has been in vogue since the late 1990s and formed a central concept of the UK‟s Department for International Development‟s (DFID) strategy during the early years of the New Labour government in the UK. %PDF-1.3 %���� A specific livelihoods framework and objectives have been developed to assist with implementation, They provide a structure for coherent analysis of livelihoods, risk, vulnerability and poverty, and the design of people-centred development and poverty reduction policies, programmes and projects, SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS GUIDANCE SHEETS INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW 1.1 Sustainable livelihoods: Putting people at the centre of development The livelihoods approach is a way of thinking about the objectives, scope and priorities for development. 0000005958 00000 n We examine the impact of the relocation and settlement program (RSP) to date, reporting on an ecosystem services (ES) assessment and a 1400-household survey. A sustainable livelihoods approach provides a methodology for policy makers that recognizes, and takes advantage of, the complex nature of livelihood systems. The concept Sustainable Livelihoods is an attempt to go beyond the conventional definitions of and approaches to poverty. 0000008580 00000 n These have often been too limited, focusing only on a few aspects of the manifestiation of poverty, such as low income or lack of education, whereas other aspects, such as alienation and vulnerability, are forgotten. A central notion is that different households have different access livelihood assets, which the sustainable livelihood approach aims to expand. SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD APPROACHES: THE FUTURE FOR INCOME GENERATING PROJECTS ... 1.4.2 Poverty Reduction Strategies: Income Generating ... 1.0 INTRODUCTION Reducing poverty is a global concern, and has become one of the most important 0000004233 00000 n 0000003359 00000 n 0000006829 00000 n The purpose of this case on BASIX Social Enterprise Group is to introduce their Rural Sustainable Livelihood approach for poverty reduction. The Farming Transitions Continuum 4 Business as Usual 5 Sustainable Intensification 6 Transformative Approaches 8 2. 0000011427 00000 n A Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction: An Empirical Analysis of Mizoram, the Eastern Extension of the Himalaya January 2016 Publisher: Springer International Publishers, Switzerland The green economy delivers poverty reduction, well‐being, livelihoods, social protection and access to essential services. OUP is the world's largest university press with the widest global presence. Benefits of co-operatives in the community 46 2.12. ... suggests the incapacity to sustainably support decent livelihoods. These have often been too limited, focusing only on a few aspects of the manifestiation of poverty, such as low income or lack of education, whereas other aspects, such as alienation and vulnerability, are forgotten. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Introduction. Annex 7. The DFID has developed a ‘Sustainable Livelihood Framework’ (SLF) which is one of the most widely … While the overarching goal of graduation—exit from extreme poverty into a sustainable livelihood—is common across all pilots, the measurement criteria differ. 250 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 252 /H [ 1069 1162 ] /L 411996 /E 18155 /N 44 /T 406877 >> endobj xref 250 30 0000000016 00000 n Figure 1 illustrates the sustainable livelihoods framework and its components. This article introduces sustainable livelihoods approaches, explaining what they are and how they have emerged. But what does this new entry into the development The Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction. 0000005102 00000 n The rise of sustainable livelihoods approaches In the 1990s and 2000s overseas development assistance has increasingly been directed towards an agenda for poverty reduction, as expressed in the millennium development goals to halve extreme poverty and increase well-being globally by 2015 (www.developmentgoals.org). It is very difficult in the time allotted to give an overview on all of the work that has taken place on sustainable livelihood approaches over the past several years. The SLA contends that urban communities should become planners, initiators and executors of local development in order for any transformation to occur. The sustainable livelihoods approach incorporates a set of five core principles Access supplemental materials and multimedia. Each pilot … View Notes - Sustainable Livelihoods Framework.pdf from PSY 409 at University of Botswana-Gaborone. A Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction : An Empirical Analysis of Mizoram, the Eastern Extension of the Himalaya Main Authors: Sati, Vishwambhar Prasad , Vangchhia, Lalrinpuia (Author) Krantz, L. 2001. It helps formulate development activities that are. Introduction How to assist poor ... To make a contribution towards poverty reduction is the main aim of the sustainable livelihood approach. 3 INTRODUCTION The concept of ‘sustainable rural livelihoods’1 is increasingly central to the debate about rural development, poverty reduction and environmental management. The term sustainable refers to an individual's ability to provide for … A Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction [electronic resource] : An Empirical Analysis of Mizoram, the Eastern Extension of the Himalaya / by Vishwambhar Prasad Sati, Lalrinpuia Vangchhia. The sustainable livelihood concept, which aims for poverty reduction, depends on the ability of a system to recover from shocks. Limnirankul, B., T. Onprapai and P. Gypmantasiri. and poverty reduction. © 2003 Oxford University Press This Workshop was an activity of the Sustainable livelihood approach on poverty reduction 44 2.10. 0000009691 00000 n It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. The role of government is, however, crucial both in providing a facilitating environment for private investment and collective organisation, and in the financing of services and a sustainable livelihood within a defined period of time (generally 18 to 36 months). This article examines the relationship between sector‐wide approaches (SWAps), sustainable livelihoods approaches (SLAs) and rural poverty reduction. 0000000951 00000 n 0000010539 00000 n This book presents a socio-economic and livelihood analysis of agriculturally-dependent communities of Mizoram, the eastern extension of the Himalaya, using the sustainable livelihood approach. Corpus ID: 19177925. of this total group about 80% are under below poverty line. 2.9.2.3.Sustainability 42 2.9.2.4.Empowering, Dynamic and holistic 44 2.9.3. 0000008263 00000 n Sustainable livelihood approaches (SLA) put people at the centre of development and highlight their strengths rather than their needs. Stockholm: Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. A comparison of international sustainable building tools–An update. Presented by Timothy R. Frankenberger, CARE. Select the purchase JSTOR®, the JSTOR logo, JPASS®, Artstor®, Reveal Digital™ and ITHAKA® are registered trademarks of ITHAKA. ©2000-2021 ITHAKA. The concept of sustainable livelihoods (SL) has its According to the Food and Agriculture Organization origin by the Brundtland Commission on Environment (FAO), the term livelihood involves the capacities, and Development (Krantz, 2001). This paper addresses the question of whether sustainable livelihood approaches have value at the level of overall policy on poverty reduction, and specifically addresses to what extent the approach might be used in support of poverty reduction strategy papers. The Resource A Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction : An Empirical Analysis of Mizoram, the Eastern Extension of the Himalaya, by Vishwambhar Prasad Sati, Lalrinpuia Vangchhia, (electronic resource) 0000005980 00000 n INTRODUCTION between the politics of resource management and poverty reduction. 0000014851 00000 n The literacy of men is 35% and women 15%. DFID’s Sustainable Livelihoods Approach and its Framework. It examines how different organizations have taken up a sustainable livelihoods approach, and considers whether in so doing they have drawn on community development thinking and practice. From this perspective, a sustainable livelihood approach is a set of policies, technologies The UNDP approach uses an approximation based on and strategies used in decision-making that aim to values, emphasizes that people have access to a 92 Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems, 14 (2011): 91 - 99 sustainable use of the ―assets or capitals‖ that they To summarize, the UNDP SL approach, it is … Abstract and Figures This essay discusses the meaning and methodologies of sustainable livelihoods (SL), or sustainable livelihood approaches (SLA), as applied strategies for rural development. 2015. The Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction An Introduction By Lasse Krantz February 1. 0000006851 00000 n 3, Special Issue: Sustainable livelihoods and community development (July 2003). trailer << /Size 280 /Info 238 0 R /Root 251 0 R /Prev 406866 /ID[<5843011b8940a5d1f4baf8ec2ac6d203>] >> startxref 0 %%EOF 251 0 obj << /Pages 245 0 R /Type /Catalog /Outlines 236 0 R /FICL:Enfocus 237 0 R /Metadata 249 0 R >> endobj 278 0 obj << /S 1179 /O 1466 /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 279 0 R >> stream Towards these ends, The concept Sustainable Livelihoods is an attempt to go beyond the conventional definitions of and approaches to poverty. The sustainable livelihoods approach is only one way of organizing the complex issues that surround poverty. A Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction: An Empirical Analysis of Mizoram, the Eastern Extension of the Himalaya: Sati, Vishwambhar Prasad, Vangchhia, Lalrinpuia: Amazon.sg: Books 0000002208 00000 n SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS GUIDANCE SHEETS INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW 1.1 Sustainable livelihoods: Putting people at the centre of development The livelihoods approach is a way of thinking about the objectives, scope and priorities for development. Poverty reduction and sustainable agricultural development in the Caribbean the conflict and convergence dilemma ... INTRODUCTION Poverty eradication or reduction is increasingly being recognized as an important dimension of Third World economic development. China’s largest-ever resettlement program is underway, aiming to restore ecosystems and lift ecosystem service providers out of the poverty trap and into sustainable livelihoods. It adopts a broad definition of community development to include policy, planning and action as they impact on the life of communities. The goal of policy should be to support existing and develop new livelihood systems. Community Development Journal Check out using a credit card or bank account with. The concept of ‘Sustainable Livelihoods’ constitute the basis of different ‘Sustainable Livelihood Approaches’ (SLA) and has been adapted by different development agencies such as the British Department for International Development (DFID). For a watershed in Zagros, a quantitative analysis based on the sustainable livelihood framework approach is used to identify household livelihood strategies, analyze livelihood choices, and investigate which strategies are most sustainable. The Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction An @inproceedings{Krantz2001TheSL, title={The Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction An}, author={Lasse Krantz}, year={2001} } Corpus ID: 19177925. 3 INTRODUCTION The concept of ‘sustainable rural livelihoods’1 is increasingly central to the debate about rural development, poverty reduction and environmental management. A Sustainable Livelihood Approach to Poverty Reduction: An Empirical Analysis of Mizoram, the Eastern Extension of the Himalaya (SpringerBriefs in Environmental Science) (English Edition) eBook: Vishwambhar Prasad Sati, Lalrinpuia Vangchhia: Amazon.de: Kindle-Shop ** Best Book Urban Livelihoods A People Centred Approach To Reducing Poverty ** Uploaded By Georges Simenon, one of the most promising approaches to poverty reduction in developing countries is to encourage sustainable livelihoods for the poor this takes account of their opportunities and assets and the sources of their A sustainable livelihoods approach provides a methodology for policy makers that recognizes, and takes advantage of, the complex nature of livelihood systems. The rise of sustainable livelihoods approaches In the 1990s and 2000s overseas development assistance has increasingly been directed towards an agenda for poverty reduction, as expressed in the millennium development goals to halve extreme poverty and increase wellbeing globally by 2015 (www.developmentgoals.org). In The 17th Annual Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Conference, Gold Coast 2011 (pp. [6] sustainable reduction of extreme poverty. The sustainable livelihoods idea was first introduced by the Brundtland Commission on Environment and Development, and the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development expanded the concept, advocating for the achievement of sustainable livelihoods as a … Read your article online and download the PDF from your email or your account. FISHERIES AND POVERTY. The term reflects a concern with extending the focus of poverty studies beyond the physical manifestations of poverty to include also vulnerability and social exclusion. The evaluation offers an alternative developmental paradigm that has been used with success in other simila– the r circumstances sustainable livelihood approach (SLA). Analysing and addressing the multiple dimensions of poverty 25 Introduction 25 Poverty profiling 26 Globally, extreme poverty continues to be a rural phenomenon despite increasing urbanization. Krantz, L., 2001. Executive Summary 1. being. option. 0000004211 00000 n Sustainable livelihood emerges at the intersection of development and environmental studies to offer a new way to think about work, especially the work of vulnerable populations. DFID’s Sustainable Livelihoods Approach and its Framework ... DFID’s biggest aim is the elimination of poverty in poorer countries. poverty reduction. and poverty reduction. The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach can be seen as one of a number of analytical frameworks which deal with the dynamic dimensions of poverty and well-being through establishing a typology of assets which poor individuals, households and communities deploy to … The sustainable livelihoods approach: new directions in West and Central African small-scale fisheries 5 Introduction 5 The SLA principles and framework 6 Background and rationale of SFLP 9 Experiences and outcomes 17 References 22 2. The sustainable livelihoods framework helps to organize the factors that constrain or enhance livelihood opportunities and shows how they relate to one another. A specific livelihoods framework and objectives have been developed to assist with implementation, Vishwambhar Prasad Sati, Lalrinpuia Vangchhia. The sustainable livelihood concept, which aims for poverty reduction, depends on the ability of a system to recover from shocks. Box: Sustainable Livelihoods Frameworks—Strengths and Weaknesses Strength Weakness Seeks to understand changing combinations of modes of Sustainable livelihood emerges at the intersection of development and environmental studies to offer a new way to think about work, especially the work of vulnerable populations (e.g., low income population living in the bottom of the pyramid, indigenous communities, etc. 1. DFID, however, ... Reducing the livelihood perspective to a methodological tool contains the risk to look at the two things interchangeably. Therefore, building sustainable livelihoods requires a strong understanding of the causes of poverty and the particular context of the livelihoods in question. In essence this boils down to action in four distinct areas. But what does this new entry into the development The sustainable livelihoods approach incorporates a set of five core principles Back Matter. The goal of policy should be to support existing and develop new livelihood systems. Combating and eradicating poverty is one of the principal priorities of the international community. A Sustainable Livelihood Approach to poverty reduction: participatory experiences of women involved in art and craft co-operative in Bhambayi, Kwa Zulu Natal By Hloniphile Assistance Khuzwayo Submitted in fulfilment of the regulations for the degree of Master of Social … The sustainable livelihoods approach is a way of thinking about the objectives, scope, and priorities for development activities. [5] Komeily, A., & Srinivasan, R. S.. A Need for Balanced Approach to Neighborhood Sustainability Assessments: A Critical Review and Analysis.Sustainable Cities and Society 2015. Effective and sustainable poverty reduction through sustainable livelihood creation will depend fundamentally on the actions of private individuals and on collective action. INTRODUCTION. 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