3 edition of Rural livelihood sources for urban households found in the catalog.
Rural livelihood sources for urban households
Samuel O. Owuor
Includes bibliographical references (p. 105-108).
|Statement||Samuel O. Owuor.|
|Series||ASC working paper -- 51/2003, Working papers (Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden. Afrika-Studiecentrum) -- no. 51.|
|LC Classifications||S494.5.U72 O98 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||2005326816|
Pastoralism remains a viable production system for households and communities in the arid and semi-arid lands of Kenya and Ethiopia. That is one of the core messages of the book Risk and Social Change in an African Rural Economy, which is based on longitudinal and interdisciplinary research conducted within the framework of the Pastoral Risk Management Project (PARIMA).Author: Mark Moritz. Rural-urban linkages can be defined as the structural social, economic, cultural, and political relationships maintained between individuals and groups in the urban environment and those in rural areas1. Rural-urban linkages can also refer to spatial and sectoral flows that occur between rural and urban Size: KB.
their household livelihood strategies. How pastoral households shape and are shaped by the regional economies that link them to national and international markets is the sub-ject of this book. The book describes not only how pastoralists are diversifying their livelihoods, but also how pastoral production remains central to rural households andAuthor: Mark Moritz. The manifestation of poverty goes beyond the urban-rural divide, it has subregional and regional contexts. It is therefore critical, and there is great value to be gained, by coordinating rural development initiatives that contribute to sustainable livelihoods through efforts at the global, regional, national and local levels, as appropriate.
Sustainable Livelihood framework can support project/program planning Livelihood strategies Helps to identify groups of poor people according to their main livelihood sources. Recognizes that households may pursue a range of different livelihood strategies. Livelihood assets Helps identify the principal assets needed to support different. Read Book Rural Livelihood And Food Security Freebooksy is a free eBook blog that lists primarily free Kindle books but also has free Nook books as well. There's a new book listed at least once a day, but often times there are many listed in one day, and you can download one or all of them. Rural Livelihood And Food Security.
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The concept of the rural and the urban as separate spheres in development studies is increasingly losing analytical value. A growing proportion of the population in developing countries are. Sustainable Rural Development and Livelihood Sources of the Rural Households in Mountainous American Journal of Rural Development,Vol.
5, No. 4, Available online at. 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 vulnerability. Based on recent and extensive research, this volume thoroughly assesses the value of the livelihoods approach to urban s: 1.
Similarly, rural or urban location of a farm household was also not important in farm exit decision. This could be because households living in communities with relatively greater proportions of non-farm households demand additional services, which help create off-farm employment opportunities, thus encouraging other households to leave farming.
by: Ellis F () Small-farms, livelihood diversification and rural–urban transitions: strategic issues in sub-Saharan Africa. In: The Future of Small Farms. Proceedings of a research workshop, Wye, UK, June 26–29, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, pp. – Rural livelihood poses a great challenge as these populations are often in a state of poverty where they lack the basic necessities for survival.
A rural household with diverse sources of income earning activities has better chances of survival financially than a. The Wye Group Handbook Rural Households’ Livelihood and Well-Being Statistics on Rural Development and Agriculture Household Income UNITED NATIONSFile Size: 3MB.
Livelihood diversification and non-farm employment are important levers for rural economic growth. Across developing countries, the success of the Green Revolution led to the idea of a “unimodal” agrarian structure (Tomich et al., ).It was believed that agricultural growth through productivity-enhancing strategies could generate economy-wide growth multipliers, leading to across Author: Prabhu Pingali, Anaka Aiyar, Mathew Abraham, Andaleeb Rahman.
Human capital and livelihood transition (farm exit) Human capital comprises of amount and quality of labor available, skills, knowledge and health that together enable individuals or households to pursue different livelihood strategies to achieve their livelihood objectives ().In subsistence-based poor rural agrarian societies, human capital such as the quality and quantity of available Cited by: and women; between rural and urban households and the institutions of the market and the state.
The second point is that the modes of livelihood that typically prevail both within households and between households are highlydiverse. Rural households, for example, on. The book from which this Summary derives1 is underpinned by a vision of a world without hunger and poverty.
As most poor people live in rural areas of developing countries and are dependent on agriculture for their livelihood, the key to eradicating current suffering must lie in the creation of dynamic rural communities founded upon prosperous File Size: KB. RURAL LIVELIHOOD DIVERSITY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: EVIDENCE AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS.
Frank Ellis. This paper examines livelihood diversification as a survival strategy of rural households in developing countries. Although still of central importance, farming on its own is increasingly unable to provide a sufficient means of survival in rural File Size: 57KB.
Livelihood diversification is defined as the process by which rural families construct a diverse portfolio of activities and social support capabilities in order to survive and to improve their standards of living.
The determinants and effects of diversification in the areas of poverty, income distribution, farm output and gender are by: These two policy goals are subject to the influence of rural livelihood transitions and the constraints of local resource availability.
From the perspective of farm households, these households make diverse land-use decisions (e.g., expansion/reduction in cultivated area, adjustment of crop types, and increase/decrease in chemical inputs) during livelihood by: 6.
This book applies livelihoods approaches to deepen our understanding of the changes and continuities related to rural livelihoods within the wider context of political economy of development in post-socialist China, bridging the urban and rural scenarios and probing the local, national and global dynamics that have impacted on livelihood, in.
Rural Household Demographics, Livelihoods and the Environment. Alex de Sherbinin, Leah VanWey, This paper reviews and synthesizes findings from scholarly work on linkages among rural household demographics, livelihoods and the environment. rural households pursue a ’livelihood strategy’ that may comprise a number of different Cited by: According to Potts () poor urban households have adopted two major coping strategies that have so far been well documented: multiple sourcing of cash incomes, especially from the informal sector and urban farming.
In addition, she acknowledges the importance of urban-rural links in the livelihood of poor urban Size: KB. 42% respectively, while the rural and urban food insecure households fell short of recommended calorie by 24% and 26% respectively. It was also found that income of households head (pFile Size: KB.
The Impact of Livelihood and Food Security on HIV/AIDS 20 5. LIVELIHOOD INTERVENTIONS 22 General Livelihood Interventions 22 The Livelihood Pathway 22 Specific Livelihood Interventions for Households Located at Different Outcomes on the Livelihood Pathway 25 Targeting Livelihood Interventions to More Vulnerable Groups 28 Size: 2MB.
Sustainable livelihood from tourism is a branch of sustainable livelihood research .Livelihood is usually investigated at the household level  and can be defined as the combination of multiple assets and activities which contribute to the income of local residents .Sustainable livelihood is characterized by safety from and resilience to stress as well as diversity of income sources .Author: Zhen Su, Joshua R.
Aaron, Yang Guan, Hongchen Wang. Reducing food insecurity remains a major public policy challenge in developing countries. Food insecurity becomes severe in areas where households highly depend on undiversified livelihoods. However, studies linking household income diversification to food security are limited.
This study, therefore, examined the effect of income diversification on food security in the Ambo district, by: 1.rural livelihoods and poverty reduction policies Download rural livelihoods and poverty reduction policies or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get rural livelihoods and poverty reduction policies book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that.urban agriculture urban households: Abstract: Multispatial livelihoods refer to households with a livelihood foothold in both urban and rural areas.
Although it is well-known that multispatial households are common in sub-Saharan Africa, the phenomenon has seldom been looked at .