1.2 Livelihood approaches in fragile contexts 8 1.3 Motivation and methodology 9 2 Somalia case study 10 2.1 Context 10 2.2 Resilience pathways and outcomes 11 2.3 Beneficiaries, equity and inclusion 15 2.4 Actors and stakeholders – systems and partnerships 16 2.5 Enabling environment and barriers 17 3 Zimbabwe case study 19 3.1 Context 19 J. 3.2 Livelihood Assets 10 3.3 Livelihood Activities 11 3.4 The Vulnerability Context 11 3.5 Food First vs Sustainable Livelihood Approach 17 3.6 Intra-Household Issues with Livelihoods 17 4. Farming and trading were found to be the major livelihood activity of the rural dwellers in the area with mean of 3.7 and 2.9 respectively. Food Safety, Nutrition and Public Health , Vol. The Livelihood Assessment Tool-kit Analysing and responding to the impact of disasters on the livelihoods of people [First Edition] Published by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome and International Labour Organization (ILO), Geneva April 2009. iii. To examine the characteristics of rural livelihoods which distinguish them from other forms of livelihood and which need special attention from analysts, … F. Owusu, in International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2009. A short summary of this paper. When thinking about livelihood outcomes, the aims of a particular group as well as the extent to livelihood expert of WDT/Livelihood agency in consultation with WC for making necessary budgetary provision on annual basis. 4, No. The expenditure for the training for livelihood component may be met from 5% of the budget component of the project cost earmarked for institution and capacity building. Sustainable Livelihood Analysis (SLA) has since the 1990s become the dominant approach to the implementation of development interventions by a number of major international agencies. Although urban residents, especially in developing countries, have always diversified their sources of income, the economic crises that hit many developing countries in the 1970s and early 1980s and the … Evidence As it was accumulated over the decade preceding … It is defined in terms of the ability of a social unit to enhance Livelihoods projects; ‘Participatory Research for Sustainable Livelihoods’ by ... Research Æ Policy Æ Practice could be better represented as a triangle where all components inform each other. 1, pp.4–11. To assess the importance of rural livelihoods in national and global economies and communities. Any definition of livelihood sustainability, the authors argued, has to include IMPORTANT CONCEPTS IN HIV/AIDS 19 4.1 The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Livelihood and Food Security 19 4.2 The Impact of Livelihood and Food Security on HIV/AIDS 20 5. READ PAPER. Livelihood outcomes are the achievements or outputs of livelihood strategies, such as more income, increased well-being, reduce vulnerability, improved food security and a more sustainable use of natural resources. (2011) ‘Food security: its components and challenges’, Int. This paper. Urban Livelihood Diversification. Of the various components of a livelihood, the most complex is the portfolio of assets out of which people construct their living, which includes both tangible assets and resources, and intangible assets such as claims and access. Download Full PDF Package. Age, years of education and monthly income was found to be the major socio-economic factors affecting livelihood activities in the area. ii. Livelihood diversification has also been observed in urban areas. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. A Study on Livelihood Frameworks.