It must also be made appropriate to local circumstances and local priorities. 0000001590 00000 n be effective in the absence of appropriate institutions and processes through which policies can be implemented. hp://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/intl/191, e.g., health, nutrition, education, knowledge and skills, capacity to work, capacity to adapt, e.g., networks and connections (patronage, neighborhoods, kinship), relations of trust and. Household consumption and trade patterns were altered as a result of the weather and climatic conditions shock arising from the El Niño phenomenon. Specific objectives were to determine the prospects of formal employment, and had the potential to generate higher income levels The findings of this research can inform policy and climate change adaptation measures in other similar atoll islands in the Pacific. In order to ascertain the community’s perception and attitudes towards the technology, statistical analyses were performed. Paper presented at the Sustainable Livelihoods Seminar on 'Private Sector and Enterprise Development', Crown Plaza Hotel, Manchester, UK. It helps formulate development activities that are. Specifically, the paper investigates the community knowledge and attitude towards Museums and its implication on sustainable livelihood in Ile-Ife City, with particular focus on Ife National Museum. 0000009740 00000 n 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. The findings revealed a high level of awareness about the existence of Museums among the people and a low level of patronage for leisure and tourism purposes, which implies poor appreciation of its social and health benefits. As part of fisheries governance initiatives, conservation has been deployed as an important management strategy in the rebuilding of depleted marine fish stock. The sustainable livelihoods approach is a relatively new approach developed to address the failure of previous approaches to community development. Underplays elements of the vulnerability context, Explicitly advocates a creative tension between different levels, of analysis and emphasizes the importance of macro- and, Assumes that capital assets can be expanded in generalized, Acknowledges the need to move beyond narrow sectoral, perspectives and emphasizes seeing the linkages between sectors, Doesnotpayenoughattentiontoinequalitiesofpower, Callsforinvestigationoftherelationshipsbetweendifferent, activities that constitute livelihoods and draws attention to, Underplays the fact that enhancing the livelihoods of one group. 19 November 2001. The livelihood assets. One need not yield to pessimism: identifiable trends point to a promising future. startxref In respect of these findings the following recommendations are made: further empirical 0000012389 00000 n The SLA attempts to understand how skills, social networks, and access to physical and financial assets can impact livelihood outcomes. The variables for the vulnerability factor were obtained from sources of previous studies and through pre-test and pilot test conducted on field work against respondents in the Southern Region of Kelantan, as well as some of the variables were derived from the results of discussions with stakeholders in the Southern Region of Kelantan, the Board South Kelantan Development Authority or better known as KESEDAR. The study area consisted of two low-income communities in South Africa. 42 0 obj <> endobj 0000012458 00000 n Only with the detailed results of this work will it be possible to assess fully the potential utility and limitations of … household consumption and traded for income generation. It is based on evolving thinking about the way the poor and vulnerable live their lives and the importance of policies and institutions. 0000005091 00000 n In this paper, we propose a latent class multivariate trajectory model, which is applied to 31 European countries by considering a set of economic, environmental and social indicators in the period 2000-2016. 0000111157 00000 n Dependence on one source of income makes households vulnerable to shock and stress that could potentially affect their lives and difficulties in surviving of life. It helps formulate development, • Conductedinpartnershipwiththepublicandprivatesectors, for actions that are based on the views and interests of those concerned but they are not a, panacea. These Reconstruction and Development Programme houses have been retrofitted with solar water heaters as part of an energy-saving initiative which reduces de-pendency on the grid and provides additional socio-economic benefits to improve the lives of its users. The decline in mopane tree density, vegetation change, resources. Chambers and Conway’s oft-cited definition is that “a livelihood comprises the capabilities, assets (stores, resources, claims and access) and activities required for a means of living: a livelihood is sustainable which can cope with and recover from stress and shocks, maintain purchase, trade, and perform all manner of other functions that affect livelihoods. xref It organizes the factors that constrain or enhance livelihood … Indeed, it is because the poor lack it that the other types of, There is no quick fix for this problem. work by DN and DMI has highlighted the links between levels of livelihood security and levels of vulnerability to disasters. As analysts point out, there are two broad approaches to defining livelihoods. 0000002587 00000 n Households suffer poverty and are not easily able to access financial resources. PEFC is focusing on Sustainable Landscapes for Sustainable Livelihoods and exploring the potential for forest certification to expand its impact and scope It traces the development of modern museums in the colonial period, up to the present and notes the problems and associated difficulties attached to the effective management and funding of museums in Nigeria. Survey method using questionnaire instrument was conducted for this study. In addition, this book provides scalable tried-and-tested tools, methods, and approaches for improved organizational effectiveness. 0000117780 00000 n Instead, it is intended to stimulate readers to reflect on the approach and make their own contributions to its further development. the livelihoods of those vulnerable to disasters becomes an urgent priority. ADB, based in Manila, is dedicated to reducing poverty in the. 0000000016 00000 n Sustainable Livelihood Approach (SLA), in addition to defining the research questions and objectives. A holistic understanding of energy use and its impacts on households was gained. It is based on evolving thinking about the way the poor and vulnerable live their lives and the importance of policies and institutions. Through a series of participatory focus groups carried out in Kiribati in 2019, this study explores what communities prioritise and wish to see implemented to cope and build resilience to present and foreseeable future challenges. capital opportunities. Focus group discussions were used to collect qualitative information on livelihood effects from the trial. The need to address this consequently becomes apt in view of empirical declaration that existing models of sustainable development forged from economic or environmental concern are unlikely to be successful without cultural considerations. change which have affected mopane worm availability and how consumption and trade 0000008710 00000 n UNDP’s approach to promoting sustainable livelihoods Figure 3. CARE’s Livelihood Model Figure 4. Sustainable rural livelihoods: A framework for analysis Figure 2. The opinions on the closed season were mostly negative. The findings show that all the vulnerability in Southern Region of Kelantan verified through the aspects of vulnerability economic, social / physical and environmental except three items are EK10 (from economic construct), SF1 (from the social/physical construct) and AS1 (from the environmental construct) are eliminated due to lower factor loading values. Eighty farmers randomly allocated to four groups (nutrition, reproduction, combined nutrition and reproduction, and a comparison group) were enrolled in this study. than wage labour in rural contexts. It represents an important shift away from the focus on project inputs and outputs, and the assumed mechanical links between them. Average feeding costs significantly decreased across all groups over the trial period. which the poor must often make trade-offs and choices about, comprise: mutual understanding and support, formal and informal groups, shared values and behaviors, common rules, and sanctions, collective representation, mechanisms for participation in decision-making, leadership, wildfoodsandbers,biodiversity,environmentalservices, fertilizer, pesticides, traditional technology). Zwigodini, and Mphambo in Vhembe district and Nkomo village in Mopani district in the is article is available at DigitalCommons@ILR: A livelihood comprises the capabilities, assets, and activi-, ties required for a means of living. Financial capital tends to be the least available livelihood asset of the poor. There has been a global increase in greenhouse gases due to anthropogenic activities such as deforestation and urbanisation. Asia and Pacific region through inclusive economic growth. Therefore, it calls for a new style of policy appraisal that moves from, universalprescriptionstocontext-specicapproachesthatallowalternative,. The vulnerability context includes, • shocks,e.g.,conict,illnesses,oods,storms,droughts,pests,diseases, • seasonalities,e.g.,prices,andemploymentopportunities. trailer e.g., savings, credit and debt (formal, informal), remittances, pensions, wages. An agroforestry land use system aimed at improving the productivity of smallholder dairy farms using Calliandra calothyrsus and Sesbania sesban shrubs as feed supplements was introduced to semi-commercial SDFs in Meru, Kenya, as part of a field trial. Sustainable Livelihoods in the Urban Setting 9 3.1 Vulnerability 9 3.2 Access to capital assets 17 3.3 Livelihood strategies 26 3.4 Policies, Institutions and Processes (PIPs) 30 4. V, external side of shocks, seassonalities, and critical trends; and an internal side of defenselessness caused by lack, of ability and means to cope with these. current significance and contribution of mopane worm harvesting and trading to rural 0000143857 00000 n The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach The sustainable livelihoods approach is a way of thinking about the objectives, scope, and priorities for development activities. Additional interviews were conducted with traders at The sustainable livelihoods approach improves understanding of the livelihoods of the poor. resulted from family-level and community-wide participation strengthened the social Revue canadienne d'études du développement = Canadian journal of development studies, Science, Technology and Environmental Politics, Chicago School of Professional Psychology, The Vulnerability Factor Analysis of B40 Household Income Group in the Southern Region of Kelantan using Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Coping with environmental hazards and shocks in Kiribati: Experiences of climate change by atoll communities in the Equatorial Pacific, Multiple outcome analysis of European Agriculture in 2000-2016: a latent class multivariate trajectory approach, Social and Health Dimensions in Museum's Patronage and its Implications for Sustainable Livelihood Lawal, Musediq Olufemi, From open access regime to closed fishing season: Lessons from small-scale coastal fisheries in the Western Region of Ghana, Mopane worm use, livelihoods and environmental change in Limpopo Province, South Africa Masters Dissertation, Livelihood impacts of Calliandra calothyrsus and Sesbania sesban: Supplementary feed in smallholder dairy farms in Kenya, The socio-economic impacts of solar water heaters compared across two communities: A case study of Cato Manor, Factors Improvement of Sustainable livelihoods from the Perspective of Local People, Case Study: Ardabil County, Knowledge Solutions: Tools, Methods, and Approaches to Drive Organizational Performance, Understand: The Sustainable Development Goals, Sustainable livelihoods and rural development, by Ian Scoones, Back Matter - Sustainable Livelihoods and Rural Development, Sustainable Livelihoods and Rural Development. Figure 1. The sustainable livelihood framework appreciates the contexts and relationships that exist and thus influence and shape communities and households. © 2008-2021 ResearchGate GmbH. 0000044594 00000 n Main factor vulnerability of economic is loss of main sources of income. 3.1 The Household Livelihood Approach 8 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. 0000006923 00000 n Based on the conceptual integration of the sustainable livelihoods approach and political ecology insights, a mixed-methods approach was employed consisting of 400 fisherfolk households survey and 42 interviews with key stakeholders. org/projects/tonle_sap/tonle-sap-200412.pdf. The study found that the solar water heaters had a variety of socio-economic impacts such as providing additional monetary savings that could be used towards livelihood strategies and benefits allowing households to spend more time on productive activities. The vulnerability factor of B40 household income group in the Southern Region of Kelantan is determined through three factors, namely vulnerability of economic, vulnerability of social/physical, and vulnerability of environmental. 0000002735 00000 n 0000107415 00000 n When thinking about livelihood outcomes, the aims of a particular group as well as the extent to which these are already being achieved has to be understood. The concept of sustainable livelihoods The concept of sustainable livelihoods is a reference point for a wide range of people involved in different aspects of development policy formulation and planning. Knowledge on dairy cow nutrition, level of confidence on calf management, and feeling of empowerment to raise calves/heifers to achieve first calving by 27 months were higher among farmers in the nutrition and combined groups than farmers in the other groups. forms of environmental change which have significantly affected mopane worm availability and outbreak events. The <<1048AC976861EE43B9189F88E2217F02>]/Prev 275308>> This … 0000118287 00000 n 0000001491 00000 n Its existence underlines the need to give choice and opportunities to the poor and build their ability to. In 2007, it approved $10.1 billion of loans, $673 million of. sustainable livelihoods approach (SL) was used in the context of a study which aimed to identify options for a programme to support rural livelihoods in Cambodia. rural areas in Limpopo Province, South Africa. It organizes the factors that constrain or enhance livelihood opportunities, and shows how they relate. This project sheds light on how libraries can, Join ResearchGate to discover and stay up-to-date with the latest research from leading experts in, Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS GUIDANCE SHEETS FRAMEWORK VULNERABILITY CONTEXT 2.2 What is the vulnerability context? sustainable livelihoods approach. Asian Development Bank (oserrat@adb.org). Mopane districts, Limpopo Province. Use of the sustainable livelihoods concept in development studies The concept of sustainable livelihoods can be usefully applied in development studies, given that it contributes to understanding individuals’ livelihoods and has mainly been utilized for poverty … The sustainable livelihoods approach improves understanding of the livelihoods of the poor. Trading was found to be important form of employment for rural people who have limited The purpose of this study is to confirm the vulnerability factor of B40 household's income group in Southern Region of Kelantan. It organizes the factors that constrain or enhance livelihood opportunities, and shows how they relate. This holistic perspective involves taking into account: Context. The Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) provides identified poor and vulnerable families and individuals the appropriate income-generating opportunities to help improve ... be able to find the most appropriate approach to implementation to achieve program goals. Livelihood strategies and outcomes are not just dependent on access to capital assets or constrained by the, vulnerability context; they are also transformed by the environment of structures and processes. . 0000002622 00000 n %%EOF 0000043888 00000 n They grant or deny access to assets. suggests human capital is strong. 0000012538 00000 n Figure: The Sustainable Livelihoods Framework, All figure content in this area was uploaded by Olivier Serrat, All content in this area was uploaded by Olivier Serrat on Sep 30, 2014, is Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Key W, {Excerpt} e sustainable livelihoods approa, help plan development activities and assess the contribution that existing activities have made to s, e sustainable livelihoods approach facilitat, based on the views and interests of those concerned but they ar, such as participatory development, sector-wide approaches, or int, makes the connection between people and the over, social networks, access to physical and nancial res, is article was rst published by the Asian Development Bank (. 0000007869 00000 n 0000006362 00000 n It organizes the factors that constrain or enhance livelihood opportunities, and shows how they relate. It, compels them to look for multiple entry points and to move beyond a homogenous “community” view and a, narrow sectoral perspective. Sustainable livelihoods in informal settlements Mohammed Ahmed Abdulmoneim Alfiky, 2773694 Email: alfikymohammed@yahoo.com 1 Introduction The purpose of this essay is to provoke how we can empower people living in the informal settlements through the concept of sustainable livelihoods. Their potentials for showcasing the people and their culture is also a case that cannot be ignored. (One of the many problems of development is that projects and programs, while favoring, reduced vulnerability, improved food security. A total of 180 copies of questionnaire were retrieved from the respondents and analysed. While there is a degree of spontaneous adaptation occurring, these problems are insurmountable without solving present challenges in Kiribati, such as access to better technology and markets without becoming over-reliant. This poor patronage was traced to poor appreciation of culture, which inherently has implication on sustainable livelihood and developmental processes. It can help plan development activities and assess the contribution that existing activities have made to sustaining livelihoods. Copublished by Springer and the Asian Development Bank, the book was made available on open access as well as print on demand in May 2017. ilding post-2015 on the accomplishments of the Millennium Development Goals, but cognizant also of their shortcomings, they combine economic, environmental, and social goals that now apply to all countries. It can help plan development activities and assess the contribution that existing activities have made to sustaining livelihoods. economic issues, food security, etc.). Users are restricted from reselling, redistributing, or creating derivative works for commercial purposes. The data analyzed using IBM-SPSS-AMOS through confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) in combination (pooled). e.g., land and produce, water and aquatic resources, trees and forest products, wildlife, e.g., infrastructure (transport, roads, vehicles, secure shelter and buildings, water supply. Vulnerability also means less sense of safety due to external environmental pressures and uncertain risks of households and communities. The study drew primarily on secondary 0000106859 00000 n This study investigated the 0000004818 00000 n While there is a considerable body of literature on the scale of the problem, there is very little research on the lived experiences of communities, their concerns and priorities, and how they are coping with environmental and climate hazards. However, multiple outcomes analysis is challenging due to not only methodological issues, but alsoquality and availability of time series data. The implications of the findings relate to improving coastal governance and as well as the need to reduce illegal fishing practises. 42 41 The early part of the paper draws considerably on the work which has been co-ordinated and documented by the DFID Sustainable Livelihoods Support Office, and also the DFID Natural Resource Advisors' Conference (1998) which The research included is particularly useful to knowledge workers engaged in executive leadership; research, analysis, and advice; and corporate management and administration. dfid-sustainable-livelihoods-guidance-sheet-section1.pdf (PDF, 123kb) section2.pdf (PDF, 236kb) section3.pdf (PDF, 164kb) section4-1.pdf (PDF, 174kb) section4-2.pdf (PDF, 154kb) section5.pdf (PDF, 123kb) Develop new livelihood systems harvesters suggests human capital is strong method using questionnaire instrument was for. Key focuses are holistic, people-centred, dynamic and historical context of farmers in the two groups receiving interventions... 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