are alternative livelihood projects alleviating poverty in
Can non-timber forest products solve livelihood problems
Determinants of collection of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) and alternative livelihood activities in Similipal Tiger Reserve, India. Forest Policy and Economics, Vol. 73, Issue., p. 215.
POST OPIUM SURPASS POVERTY (PSP) UNOCHA
Provision of alternative livelihoods to match the opium elimination and the promotion of sustainable industrial development as a way of alleviating poverty are the main objectives of UNIDO-UNODC
The Trees and the Bees Using Enforcement and Income
take into account not just the type of alternative livelihood activity introduced but also the loca-tion of this activity. In this way, the forest man- conservation through poverty alleviation projects in and around parks, many parks have managers or NGOs implementing such projects, often with .
MPA's and Poverty Alleviation crc.uri.edu
sustainable development and poverty alleviation have become focal points of international aid and development assistance. In Tanzania, the importance of sustainable environmental management and poverty reduction is articulated in the government's Poverty
Shifting sand, shifting livelihoods? Reflections on a
Are Alternative Livelihood Projects Alleviating Poverty in Mining Communities? Experiences from Ghana, Journal of Development Studies, Taylor Francis Journals, vol. 45(2), pages 172-196. Full references (including those not matched with items on IDEAS)
Philippines 6000 Informal Garbage Workers to Benefit from
New project to help raise incomes, provide alternative jobs for informal workers in dumpsites. MANILA, JUNE 18, 2012—Close to 6,000 informal garbage workers and collectors in several areas in the country are expected to benefit from a US$3 million grant extended by the Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF) for a project designed to improve their incomes and livelihood.
Analysis of Power Dynamics and Livelihood Assets in
This study shows how PF projects have changed the energy structure and whether alternative energy sources are used to sustain livelihood improvement. Moreover, collective action is considered an asset for sustainable natural resource development.
Kasadya Surallah About Facebook
Addressing the call for Poverty Alleviation, USWAG Surallah brings about various alternative livelihood projects in the community. Bringing the government closer to the people through livelihood projects and delivery of basic social services are among the priorities of the program.
Livelihood The Concept imaptrust.org
Summary The basic postulate of this effort is to search an alternative livelihood from barren lands for rural poor especially for Tribal people. What we understand from the prevalent agricultural practice is a large number of people falls under disguised employment.
Small-scale fisheries in Indonesia benefits to s
Aug 06, 2016 Alternative livelihoods project for fishers on Rote and in Kupang Bay (poverty alleviation, alternative income generation, empowerment) Fisheries management agenda (limited) benefits to s, the roles of women, and opportunities for improving livelihoods Author
Seaweed Farming An Alternative Livelihood for Small-Scale
alternative livelihoods such as seaweed farming, this will reduce pressure on the fisheries. This is an excellent example of a project logic framework whereby certain inputs (e.g. promotion of seaweed farming) will lead to specific outputs (e.g. improved socio-
FAO Fisheries Aquaculture Alternative livelihoods
Alternative livelihoods adaptation and diversification. Most studies of small-scale fisheries in developing countries in the last 25 years have tended to emphasize small-scale fisherfolks' resource dependence and the open-access nature of fisheries that together lead to resource degradation, poverty and marginalization.
Afghanistan's opium drug economy (English) The World Bank
Afghanistan's opium drug economy (English) Abstract. In conditions of lawlessness and impoverishment, opium has become Afghanistan's leading economic activity, accounting for one third of (opium inclusive) GDP in 2003, and even more so in 2004.
Laos United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
The project focuses on improving food security by providing alternative development support to former opium poppy growing communities in 35 villages of Xamtai District, Houaphan Province. This will be achieved through the development of licit and sustainable alternative livelihood practices that contribute to food security.
Project initiated to support fishing communities in Indus
'Working with World Bank, through the Japan Social Development Fund (JSDF), we have provided financial support to Pakistan in 15 projects, including this project, specifically in poverty alleviation, disaster management and agriculture sectors'.
Efico Fund opportunity for projects Funds for NGOs
ACRO Ghana is embedded with social inclusion activities namely, sports/football projects that address these issues in our society today to promote peace, gender equity, child literacy development, HIV/Aids awareness and poverty reduction through agriculture.
Comprehensive Community Development for Poverty Alleviation
In 2007, the Global Environmental Facility's Small Grants Programme (GEF-SGP) Support funded the 'Alternative Livelihood Options for the Indigenous Community of Rukha' programme with US$31,845. This programme complemented the ongoing work in Rukha.
Livelihoods research some conceptual and methodological
2 Livelihoods research some conceptual and methodological issues This paper offers a review of conceptual and methodological issues in the pursuit of livelihoods research, with particular reference to
Piloting seaweed farming as an alternative livelihood
An assessment is needed of the impacts of small-scale intensive aquaculture (cage culture) of the selected seaweed species as, in positive terms, a method for alleviating poverty and, in negative terms, an activity which may potentially damage the offshore environment.
1. Project Data thegef.org
overall project, supported by the Bank loan that closed on December 31, 2004, is Report No. 32660 of alleviating poverty and upgrading basic social services; and (e) supporting sustainable natural resource management. management and access to alternative livelihoods. It tested new models for conservation and management
Alternative Livelihoods Research Papers Academia.edu
Alternative livelihood projects are used by a variety of organisations as a tool for achieving conservation results. Yet these interventions, including their objectives, vary a great deal, and there is no single accepted definition of
THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC WORKS ON POVERTY AND WELFARE
Social Opportunities Project (GSOP) on poverty in Ghana using data from two-rounds of survey. The study is in five sections. Section two presents an overview of the LIPW of the GSOP, the methodology of the study is discussed in chapter three and the results of the impact of LIPW on poverty are presented in section four.
TOURISM AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION A CASE STUDY OF
ii ABSTRACT This research examines the interrelationships between tourism, poverty alleviation, and social marketing. It argues that tourism growth is necessary but insufficient by itself to alleviate poverty.
Reduce poverty by strengthening the empowerment, self-reliance and adaptability of disadvantaged communities through education and capacity building projects. Improve economic stability of impoverished communities by building skills and capacity in alternative livelihoods and through microfinance schemes.