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A perspective on fisheries sector interventions for livelihood promotion
Microfiche. New Delhi : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 2007. x microfiches Master microform held by: DLC.
|Statement||Samar K. Datta, et al|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||2010318736|
amy-Introduction to Livelihood Promotion-Madurai Institute of Social Sciences. Wallman livelihood is an umbrella concept, which suggests that social life is layered and that these layers. This module is the introductory section of “A Resource Book for Livelihood Promotion”. This publication is very useful for anyone interested in livelihood promotion, you could be an NGO or a MFI practitioner, a policy maker, an adviser, or a professional from any governmental : Ajwad, Mohamed Ihsan; Abels, Miglena; Novikova, Marina; Mohammed, Muderis Abdulahi.
Social Risk Management framework so that interventions geared towards protection and those geared towards livelihood promotion complement each other, and this should not just be within the context of a productive sector such as agriculture, but also in coherence between measures. development interventions including: the future of projects and programmes, and sector wide approaches (SWAPs) and direct budgetary support. This project intends to undertake an innovative review of these issues. Central to this will be to question how a livelihood approach is actually being used in a range of development by: 7.
Fish Marketing Systems Using a Combination of Sub-sector Analysis and the Sustainable Livelihoods Approach U. Kleih, P. Greenhalgh and N. Oudwater The integration of wider development approaches in the fisheries sector is essential for the sector to be fully involved in the development process.A Guide to the Analysis of FishFile Size: 1MB. the sector, and has started to increasingly play the role of a knowledge repository. It is with this perspective that ACCESS initiated the Sitaram Rao Livelihoods India Case Study Competition in the memory of its late Board of Director and a sector leader. The theme for this year is “Catalysing Markets through Collectives.
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Request PDF | A Perspective on Fisheries Sector Interventions for Livelihood Promotion | The distinctive features of fisheries resources, fishers and their geographic contexts, on the one hand.
Downloadable. The distinctive features of fisheries resources, fishers and their geographic contexts, on the one hand, and broad stylized features of the existing lacklustre performance of this sector, on the other, call for specialized and sustained efforts to promote livelihood of usually poor, backward and unorganized fisher communities, which are nevertheless and often the Cited by: 1.
Subho Biswas & Samar K. Datta & Srijan Pal Singh & Milindo Chakrabarti & Sah Bittu, "A Perspective on Fisheries Sector Interventions for Livelihood Promotion," Working Papers id, : RePEc:ess:wpaper:id Note: Institutional Papers.
Livelihood interventions are conscious efforts by an agency or an organization to promote and support livelihood opportunities for a large number of people (other than those directly or indirectly employed by them). Government of India has been one of the largest agencies involved in such livelihood promotion efforts.
However, the cooperativeFile Size: KB. Srijan Pal Singh is an Indian author, public speaker and social entrepreneur. He was born and raised in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. Srijan Pal Singh is an electrical engineer from the Institute of Engineering & Technology, Lucknow and a management graduate from the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA).He worked closely with the Former President of India Dr A.
Alma mater: Indian Institute of Management. Introduction. The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach (SLA) is prominent in recent development programmes that aim to reduce poverty and vulnerability in communities engaged in small-scale fishing, fish processing and trading.The ‘capitals and capabilities’ framework, underpinning the SLA has been used to design research into the role of small-scale fishing in rural economies Cited by: Committee on Fisheries Research, that an evaluation of the role and importance of small-scale fisheries should be undertaken with a view to improving understanding on the contributions of the sector to rural livelihoods in developing countries.
Béné, C. • The promotion of irrigated and mechanical farming, • Promotion of other forms of livelihoods such as entrepreneurship and career develop-ment. LIVELIHOODS AND PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS. Like all human beings PLWHA need access to.
Sustainable Fisheries Livelihood Programme; a Fisheries Action Plan was developed in with interventions to address major constraints in the fisheries sector. One of the priority actions was the conduction of a frame survey along the coast in August–September This work was.
The fisheries sector has for many years contributed significantly to the employment and livelihoods of the poor, to food security, and to GDP and foreign exchange balance.
Cambodia’s fisheries provide full-time, part-time and seasonal employment for up to 6 million people and the fisheries sector contributes very significantly toFile Size: 1MB.
The technical guidelines that exist for the Agriculture and Livelihood Interventions in Humanitarian Settings serve as a complement to this handbook and should be used in conjunction with Size: 4MB. Financing fisheries development. Although livelihood diversity is frequently documented in the fisheries literature (even if its implications are rarely considered in fisheries management), there is one feature of rural livelihoods that has been consistently overlooked in fisheries sector analyses—the importance of the remittance by: A Resource Book for Livelihood Promotion, BASIX Initiatives, Hyderabad,New Concept Information Systems Pvt.
Ltd. Indian Co-operative Societies Act, () ACT : Rupak Das. perspective of all the people who use and rely on them. consequently, development plans or work outside the sector such as farming.
the fisheries associated with these ‘livelihood strategies’ have different characteristics and functions. Livelihood approaches and fisheries management in the Lower Mekong Basin Size: 1MB. with examples from the Fisheries Management Science Programme (FMSP), and considers the implications for policy and future work priorities.
This brief is one of a series of five concerning fisheries and development issues produced by the FMSP. Contributions of fisheries to livelihoods A livelihood is made up of the capabilities, activities andFile Size: KB.
and creation of new livelihood opportunities (livelihood promotion). While these objectives can and often do overlap, experience shows that problems occur when objectives are not clearly articulated by donors and/or implementing partners.
ECHO’s livelihood policy and interventions Size: 1MB. Planning Promotion Trust and Assitant Professor (Livelihood and Microfinance Management) with HDF School of Management.
Rao has strong knowledge and grassroots level experience in livelihood promotion, capacity building, networking, program planning, implementation, monitoring and.
“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 or enhance its capabilities and assets, and provide sustainable livelihood opportunities for.
IMPACTS OF YOUTH-LED LIVELIHOOD PROGRAMS: AN EVALUATION OF UN-HABITAT’S URBAN YOUTH FUND AND THE YOUTH EMPLOYMENT NETWORK’S YOUTH-TO-YOUTH FUND by TIZAI MAUTO BSc, University of Zimbabwe, A thesis submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Colorado in partial fulfillment of the requirements for File Size: 3MB.
The sustainable livelihoods approach facilitates the identificationof practical priorities for actions that are based on the views and interests of those concerned but they are not a panacea. It does not replace other tools, such as participatory development, sector-wide approaches, or integrated rural by:.
The fisheries sector has been growing very rapidly with million people estimated to be partly or totally dependent on fisheries related activities by95% of which are in developing countries (FAO, ).
This rapid growth has led to fears of a world-wide fisheries crisis (Mc Goodwin, ).File Size: KB.livelihood promotion to the people working with them. As a strategy to address large number of livelihoods in the state of Bihar, The Livelihood School provides technical support for livelihood promotion to many of donors and development agencies.
The Livelihood School has offered an integrated module for team of - SHG Federation leaders,File Size: KB.particular—to the youth livelihood sector. The book presents real-life examples, testimonies, indicators, and practical challenges as they relate to evaluating youth livelihood interventions.
• Second, we seek a balance between the practical toolkits that emphasize general.