5 edition of Rural households" livelihood and well-being found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references
|Other titles||Wye Group handbook, Handbook on rural households" livelihood and well-being|
|LC Classifications||HD1421 .R87 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 533 p. :|
|Number of Pages||533|
|LC Control Number||2007465870|
Livelihood and Wellbeing in the Urban Fringe. Presents the results of a primary field survey on the livelihoods of rural people in a developing economy Defines urban fringe livelihoods and examines both economic and social well-being in the urban fringe; Sustainability of Livelihoods and Well-Being of Urban Fringe Households. Pages About 60% of southern Africa’s population lives in rural areas with limited access to basic services and amenities such as clean and safe water, affordable and clean energy, and balanced and nutritious diets. Resource scarcity has direct and indirect impacts on nutrition, human health, and well-being of mostly poor rural communities. Climate change impacts in the region are manifesting Cited by: 1.
If rural growth engines begin to falter negative diversification can occur both at a household level, as people are pushed into coping strategies, and at the economy level, as demand for superior, urban products drops. Thus, as Chandrasekhar 8 At the level of individual or household livelihoods economics is, of course, not the only factor in the. Sustainable Rural Development and Livelihood Sources of the Rural Households in Mountainous Pakistan. American Journal of Rural Development. ; 5(4) doi: /ajrd Correspondence to: Muhammad Israr, Department of Rural Development, Faculty of Rural Social Sciences AMKC, Mardan, The University of Agriculture Peshawar, Pakistan.
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Rural Households’ Livelihood and Well-Being Statistics on Rural Development and Agriculture Household Income UNITED NATIONS New York and Geneva, Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized.
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The UNECE, in cooperation with FAO, OECD, Eurostat and the World Bank, releases a page Handbook on Rural Households’ Livelihood and Well-Being: Statistics on Rural Development and Agriculture Household Income.
The Handbook is available on the UNECE website at. The Wye Group Handbook Rural Households’ Livelihood and Well-Being Statistics on Rural Development and Agriculture Household Income UNITED NATIONS New York and Geneva, NOTE HANDBOOK ON RURAL HOUSEHOLDS’ LIVELIHOOD AND WELL-BEING 1. rural” 2 TheFile Size: 3MB.
Handbook on Rural Household Livelihood and Well-being Statistics on Rural Development and Agricultural Household Income Origins Background of rural development and agricultural income issues at Meetings of Food and Agricultural Statistics in Europe Topic at all three World Conferences of Agricultural Statisticians Issues a focus of IWG-Agri Group meetings Team effort of a Task Force set.
Rural Households’ Livelihood and Well-Being. Statistics on Rural Development and Agriculture Household Income Increasing sums are being spent on rural areas, the livelihoods and well-being of people who live there, and conservation of the natural environment. Agricultural policy reform is likely to move spending further in this direction.
Our findings qualify the general understanding in rural livelihood diversification and well-being by demonstrating that a household can enhance well-being only when it pulls into its livelihood portfolio the high return sector(s) among various off-farm opportunities available. However, pulling the high return sectors is not a matter of free by: Rural livelihood diversification and household well-being: Insights from Humla, Nepal Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Rural Studies April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
This paper reviews and synthesizes findings from scholarly work on linkages among rural household demographics, livelihoods and the environment.
Using the livelihood approach as an organizing framework, we examine evidence on the multiple pathways linking environmental variables and the following demographic variables: fertility, migration Cited by: SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIVELIHOODS A FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYSIS IDS WORKING PAPER 72 to household, to household cluster, to extended kin grouping, to village, region or even nation, with sustainable livelihood () argues that such a well-being approach to poverty and livelihood analysis may allow people themselves to define the criteria which.
Decisions made by rural households to secure their livelihood are central to understanding many of the key issues of international development studies. Most available approaches only provide a partial understanding of these decisions, partly due to inevitable simplification of factors taken into account.
Modelling livelihood trajectories for different archetypal households, with different seasonal livelihood strategies and multiple coping strategies during periods of low income, shows the transient nature of poverty and the ways in which farm and off-farm employment combine to create more or less stable well-being : Helen Joyce Adams, W.
Neil Adger, Robert J. Nicholls. relevance to rural livelihood analysis explain the livelihoods concept and critically appraise the use of sustainable livelihoods frameworks for rural livelihood analysis consider, with examples, the effects of interactions of change among peasant livelihoods within the rural economy and markets.
Wye Group Handbook: Rural Households Livelihood and Well-being - Statistics on Rural Development and Agriculture Household Income Paperback – Oct. 9 by United Nations (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Amazon Price New from Used from Author: United Nations. In line with the SL framework, a livelihood is defined here as ‘the activities, the assets, and the access that jointly determine the living gained by an individual or household’1.
Rural livelihood diversification is then defined as ‘the process by which households construct a diverse portfolio of activities and social support capabilities. Agriculture is a major source of livelihoods for people in developing countries, but rural areas are a large harbor of poverty.
To understand how agricultural growth can reduce rural poverty, this chapter identi-ﬁ es three pathways out of rural poverty. It characterizes the livelihood strategies of rural households and identiﬁ es challengesFile Size: KB. : Intrahousehold Resource Allocation and Well-being: The Case of Rural Households in Senegal (Awlae) (): Sow, Fatimata Dia: BooksCited by: 5.
Chinese rural households each have a set of feasible livelihood options and allocate their labor according to the relative returns of these options in a way that increases total income (Tian,Tian et al., ).At the local level, environmental factors, most importantly the endowments of farmland and natural resources, and village characteristics, especially location relative to urban Cited by: The Household Livelihood Approach 8 Livelihood Assets 10 Livelihood Activities 11 The Vulnerability Context 11 Food First vs Sustainable Livelihood Approach 17 Intra-Household Issues with Livelihoods 17 4.
IMPORTANT CONCEPTS IN HIV/AIDS 19 The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Livelihood and Food Security 19File Size: 2MB. This article uses a case study in Southeast China to demonstrate how the substantial changes in rural livelihoods have been driven by a combination of “pull” forces from external economic development, and “push” forces from local areas, leading to a shift in rural household economic activities: household outmigration and de-population of the countryside, changes in energy Cited by:.
Livelihoods of the rural households in the developing regions are still dependent on farm and off-farm economic activities and this approach emerged from a range of efforts to understand that how the people survive in a particular area.
Empirical research conducted on this subject give diverse results in this respect. The main purpose of the present study was to analyze the livelihood sources Author: Muhammad Israr, Asif Yaseen, Shakeel Ahmad.LIVELIHOODS AND COPING STRATEGIES OF RURAL HOUSEHOLDS IN ABELA LIDA PEASANT ASSOCIATION OF SHEBEDINO DISTRICT, SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA.
By KEMERIA BARSENGA KEDIR Submitted in part fulfilment of the requirements For the degree of MASTER IN HUMAN ECOLOGY At the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA SUPERVISOR: F.T TABIT May, Livelihood Strategies and Dynamics in Rural Cambodia impacts of climate change on rural household livelihood activities.
reliance and well-being, with households closer to the protected.