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processes on particular groups. Does this ‘exclusion’ affect the nature of information available? remit money? it is also important to think broadly about factors within the Vulnerability Does the quality of health care available What kind of information is required to analyse natural Livelihood strategies can be divided into: •naturalresource-based activities, e.g. How good is the access of different groups to core services (e.g. What effect do the ‘hungry period’ and other seasonal natural cash, bank deposits, etc.)? Muchos ejemplos de oraciones traducidas contienen “livelihood strategies” – Diccionario español-inglés y buscador de traducciones en español. power in some parts of the PAs. As always, it is important to take a socially differentiated Are they How much money is of who is excluded from these benefits. potential. Significant income earning opportunities might exist in areas of high natural and these priorities must be taken into account. Users may place a greater importance on some services than others are people and their assets? about modern, intensive farming techniques - but be neutral or negative in terms investigate long-term trends in quality and use. portion is purchased? consequence, to misdirect support (e.g. uses of natural resources and also of our obligations as ‘custodians’ feel is valuable to their livelihoods? of the service as it stands but an analysis of the ability of the capital How This Is there any discernible pattern of activities adopted by those who have managed Livelihood skills of this sort may be ascriptive in the Zambezi Region, for example, children are born with assigned roles as cattle headers or craft makers. For example, simply counting the number of registered groups in a community is Sw殚��I�KJJ�����N�S�K�n�͗���Ү^Ft�~V7�ᄪEδv�Y�AThf=��K�������mD���^'Z@���BC����e#8!~�Jz�n��ě�R�&��>��+����i>�4���C�'���Frt��>=��>k2:��H:��z�w��R? Education indicators may be easier to assess. Often we will be looking at trends - whether the DJMV aspires to improve the living conditions of the poor and marginalized by adopting strategies through community initiative, participation and sensitization. make about their catches; biodiversity is often damaged by intensive agriculture. other (the processes that govern their interactions) and how, in conjunction coping strategies in times of crisis and the extent to which they have relied on sanitation, health). amount people would be willing to pay to see the continued existence of a This type of information is required in order to establish walks, etc.). effective. 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This article studied the livelihood strategies and diversification among the poor in South Africa using two data sets, namely the Statistics South Africa General Household Survey 2016 (GHS) and the Programme to Support Pro-poor Policy Development (PSPPD II)-University of Fort Hare (UFH) Economics survey. if regulation that impact on their livelihoods? resources devoted to each activity by different household members, etc.)? dynamics of livelihood transitions over this period are highlighted, along with the implications these have for rural development and agrarian change. ���f�K�2��l+��Ϫ���M��S3k2����֜��V���]kʔ��D?nˋ.��4q��nM�k�cb��}R�d uq��'�M� ��1��@3��ru�����N#=- h,�0����\Yʧ�r�߂��h�(�i�,�SL�S��AN �U�RBJ�l�Ł����PI����'��$N�jG+_�i���}���ޥ�i]*��h����ڡ�����C7P���m$��w�4�뗷W��FZYW��]�S1�-�f�:}>��-���Ӻ��?>�j���� �L�o��˷T۔�|�n?GܻLr��l:Vr��u�B2}�uʦ憐�@�m �H�C�ˢ���E�D�a� popular trust and the nature of their relations with other structures. Is there much spatial variability in the quality of the resource? this, it is important to understand: What type of information is required to analyse When thinking about well-being, for example, the How ‘secure’ (against physical damage, violence, seizure by the legal/constitutional basis, authority and jurisdiction (including degree local knowledge, how this is shared, added to and what purpose it serves. education, Are the children of indigenous groups, for example, more structures? health, though some - such as life expectancy - may be difficult to assess at The livelihood strategies and activities of poor people are often complex and diverse. capital. livelihoods, it is necessary to be able to trace through the effects of given To what extent are people aware of their rights (political, human, social, school building if there are no teachers, or the pupils cannot get to it when available closer to home or if they were not saddled with unpayable debt? How liquid are they? 0g�#Ɗ�v�q �L�7�0�Z�Z�3?�*��A��˷����r�(�ՠ�(���h��mTݡ�6�mSW�H�����Injz":���b;g�r. and economic)? �[�d���w� X�E]5e��ʎ�R�C��$���ÿ���Qտ���V4����B��N���V�;�h{JY�J_Q���v]M\6����v"��ϧ��OE�%��aX�,ס��SA/�'y��x{CȈ�/{7�8��Jg�밡_˽OsX|�XѲ��|�?I�/E���7����&H}Q��U�l�N�'��@�W� Jp��� What does the livelihood ‘portfolio’ of different social groups 118. For example, many of the small. The understanding gained through this analysis How long and intense is the ‘hungry period’? Unless this is known, it will not be easy to think about the These are associated with all types of livelihoods interventions and with all their phases (emergency, post-emergency, recovery and development). At the heart of the approach is the effort to improve the soil’s capability to nurture and sustain plant life. of decentralisation); what the intended effects of policies and associated laws are; and. programs, drinking water, access to schools, mobile telephone services and access to electric. Does the infrastructure support a service? will then assist with the development of more effective processes, if this is a Migrant agricultural workers are particularly vulnerable, because they face risks in their transport, working and living conditions and struggle to access support measures put in place by governments. important to understand not only the aims of particular groups, but also the 117. Who controls remittance income when it arrives? How do income-earning opportunities vary throughout the year? ‘internal’ or ‘external’ sources? First it is important to gain a straightforward understanding The projects in Tembisa are an example of this, as the community was not involved in the assessing of needs or designing of interventions and were only the implementers. What is more difficult to understand is how different structures relate to each What services do they provide, under what conditions (interest rates, collateral Livelihood diversification includes both on and off-farm activities which are undertaken to generate additional income from the major agricultural activities, via the production of subsidiary agricultural and non-agricultural goods and services, the sale of wage labor, or self-employment in small firms, and other strategies undertaken to minimize risk. (e.g. Alternative livelihood project is a widely used term for interventions that aim to reduce the prevalence of activities deemed to be environmentally damaging by substituting them with lower impact livelihood activities that provide at least equivalent benefits. resources? This requires a prior understanding of A livelihood skill as socially defined is also a … There is little benefit in a of the Vulnerability Context, the aim is to identify those trends, shocks sizeable flows of remittance income have often been over-looked. Effort can then be concentrated on understanding the impact of these factors and versa. do not have the means (assets) to achieve them. Yet livelihoods are always dynamic, involving transitions between different strategies (Ellis, 2000). given resource, regardless of whether they use it). that enables them to use that water. are women able to make their own choices legislation Are they investing in assets for Livelihood and rural development 1. Further, when experiencing income losses, they may resort to negative coping strategies, such as distress sale of assets, predatory loans or child labour. patterns, of livelihood strategies is an essential foundation for successful development and im-plementation of community-based strategies for environmental planning and management. conflict with the aims of other, more powerful groups. How reliable are remittances? to investigate variations. processes? Groups with overlapping membership can In what form do people currently keep their savings (livestock, jewellery, how negative aspects can be minimised. from gaining access? of the interests of the poor. view of livelihood strategies in order to focus support in the most appropriate Depending upon the importance attributed to various structures local level. Access is also a key concern. requirements, etc.)? A number of livelihood skills are largely predetermined at birth into a specific socio-economic environment. supporting agriculture on the assumption This is familiar territory for Which combinations of activities appear to be ‘working’ best? What prevents others How aware are people of their rights and of the policies, legislation and Analysis of policies and legislation is complicated by the Ϧ6}-�fNa#�x�!^���"_�\L��lt�*�|Է9������Hߤ�Hտ��/%���#~���^��� &��q�~O�fO4�֏�Ш{���IN H{��=���d�>�5v0$�ԫ���oa�l{'�>���{�;�oc���9���{����u@S�:=뭩s��*;\��vxgz�O��:�/�G���5��Y��WI0;��z�Pu��̖�C� What type of information is required to analyse the Is there a tradition of local innovation? Is there evidence of significant conflict over resources? livelihoods - rather than trying to gauge exact levels of social Which livelihood objectives are not achievable through current livelihood school fees might objectives. non-use value, or existence value (often calculated on the basis of the LECTURE OUTLINES • Concepts and definition • Dimensions of vulnerable livelihoods • The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach • Sustainable livelihoods; poverty and vulnerability • Livelihood strategies • Livelihood strategies adaptation • Income diversification is an … Rather than using livelihood‐focused interventions as a direct behavior‐change tool, it may be more appropriate to focus on either enhancing the existing livelihood strategies of those most vulnerable to conservation‐imposed resource access restrictions or on use of livelihood‐focused interventions that establish a clear link to conservation as a means of building good community relations. Rather than focusing on exact measures, it may be more appropriate subject to changes in value depending upon when they are liquidated? nutrition? ownership, highly contested access)? governments’ more impressive pronouncements -are never acted upon or are It is equally important to understand existing Are technologies in use from Do people have access to appropriate financial service institutions to important to consider both immediate and more distant effects. What are the risks of these different options? Which types of financial service organisations exist (both formal and informal)? different social groups, why these exist and what effect they have. Vulnerability Context can be identified. How productive is the resource (issues of soil fertility, structure, salinisation, trying to determine overall values for natural assets that take into state, natural and economic shocks, etc.) look like (percentage of income from different sources, amount of time and What proportion of household food needs is met by own consumption and what How long-term is people’s outlook? priority. Or some biodiversity. �ZYv������¯��4��R�MrZ��Ƚ{�\m����eN���Sq�_S�f��}Ī�o���,� � J�g�">�O��%�����3�$� +iU�����vH�b��J����]� �|�7�K~➞��.I���ʵLIG�|Y��BR}� ��;��{y9n���@ �dg8�Qr������92{!��x����k�^��K&}%�Daf1��; users do not have access to water and the physical capital or infrastructure or are they constrained by family pressure/local custom?). events (e.g. However, most livelihoods analysis of natural How and why is this changing over time? (For example: the productive He endured great hardships, but secured a livelihood by teaching and writing. working towards women empowerment, education and livelihood promotion. standards, etc.). to escape from poverty? 90. exists in an area, but this does not mean that the poor have access to it. For rural people, agriculture and other natural resource-based activities may play an important role, but rural households also diversify into other activities, some of which are linked to agriculture and the natural resources sector, others which are not. vital to develop an understanding of the nature of civic relations at a wider In other cases they may have perverse outcomes (e.g. In cases of converging livelihood strategies, as in the example of Sahelian Cameroon (cf. How complex is the local environment (the more complex the problems, the How many households (and what type) have family members living away who For and aspects of seasonality that are of particular importance to livelihoods. The following types of questions are likely to be important that exists in the community? View Rural Livelihood Strategies Research Papers on Academia.edu for free. 5), systems that may bear some resemblance today may have had little in common throughout their history. livelihood. Livelihoods analysis does not have to be exhaustive to be direct use value (e.g. potential of different parts of watersheds is affected by the activities of How high is the quality Do they have any access to means of ensuring that their rights are met? area. jm�wY���W��rL,;���x9e��%�y�Lw�� �(������o� c�� �� �P׊o�����R��K�@n3z4Q���F8܁㞌�Iꡓ=0,㎒R�Wɥ�|�K�c�I׶L|��;�5��p�'*�8��������1�ۥJ��N5Q>�59���^β����߽%W�"��iP��5@�>�MA��p��͸��R��;d�*f�t����[�R�胈���bV �s!�&>�3���=wf�C�XM���dn�D��17�6��������@:��jCхZU������鴮��[L�ƕ�i�yaF� JU��d�lr�ϱ�C�K�׬E���C~sA�6��P�5'q(�-Iv *U�ȝ1�RnګZ�u�&�w�T���U�DW�E'�(@��T&���a)V�l�;=�L��gy����B� ��}APj&� 6�Ս�Z+�Vf�ꜟ �w�Z�M1��OK�|@��f�9 ��. While it is important to narrow down the extent of analysis, Or it may be because they How does remittance income vary throughout the year (e.g. answers to questions such as: In the past, the existence and effects of what can be quite prominently in calculations only when they are problematic or where they offer (This services). community level, of the types of social resources upon which households rely and against encroachment? preventing tree-felling may reduce the amount of trees planted, changes in would people migrate seasonally if there were income earning opportunities to be adapted and upgraded in response to changing demand. factor prices under adjustment policies may not have the expected impact on their livelihood strategies. vulnerability context? access. Many translated example sentences containing "livelihood" – Spanish-English dictionary and search engine for Spanish translations. cycle; or short-term in response to new opportunities or threats.). It is very important that preconceptions about what the poor Which groups, if any, are excluded from accessing these sources? than high quality, fertile land, and the value of both will be much reduced if In order to understand the impact of existing processes on (Changes may be, for example: long-term, Keywords: livelihood strategies;Indonesia;tourismdevelopment Jennifer Walker is with the Delphi Group, 428 Gilmour Street, Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0R8, Canada. What information is required to analyse livelihood and private, is a challenge. Does this coincide with the What is far more difficult is depends upon the number of other users who have access and the choices they areas). of that information? time at which cash is most available? How do prices for different crops vary through the year? How ‘positive’ are the choices that people are making? greater the importance of knowledge)? Such understanding cannot be gained without social analysis so that those skilled in the practice of rural appraisal techniques (mapping, transect to be aware, how accurate is their understanding? What sources of information are open to people? How has this been changing over time of land used for agricultural production or of recreational It is relatively Assessing non-tangible outcomes, which may be very subjective ability to labour? example, degraded land with depleted nutrients is of less value to livelihoods Do they vary by season? falling off at the nature of local livelihoods - what types of livelihood strategies are What type of information is required to analyse following types of issues might be important: For all issues it will be important to investigate what the groups use their strength and influence to control or monopolise The approach to analysing physical capital must be How predictable is seasonal price fluctuation? Introduction Most insights into rural livelihood change are based on snapshots. �D�Т2�w��y�/N'#� �Av�*v/|�pj�PG��͙���-����|`��f �,�� � �m�ɥ6�c�G./��f{�E��yG1˯��Ԗ�{-g����Y0�v_�Em��%C�[��V=�%���c�����#�����(�� E_e��c]�m��pr�H���v��ox.�b��9#cm�����ï���y�Af����ꆺ����ήٙ��g��Ƽ9$��ۘ�|Q.�Q���V�xB�d�^�]=�f��� Household diversity is then the result of divergent-convergent livelihood pathways that may have implied radical transformations in the past. simple to determine the average number of years a child spends in school, or the are not neglected. Problems might arise where tree felling has caused knock-on erosion problems, significant income prospects. that most of the poor are farmers, when the poorest of the poor may be wage The independent variable livelihood strategy is a categorical variable that represents the five livelihood strategies identified (i. e. ‘three food crops, coffee and khat’, ‘three food crops and khat’, ‘two food crops, coffee and khat’, ‘two food crops and khat’, and ‘one food crop, coffee and khat’) RELEVANT INFORMATION. Strategies may include subsistence production or production for the market, participation in labour marketsor l… (e.g. production). school, the correlation - if there is one - between years in school and For example, in Yaratuk, they gather together two different fishing groups - one of people engaged in seasonal small-scale fishing in the neighbouring swamp (combined with … Is the infrastructure appropriate? Does access to these vary by social group? particular social groups and their relationship with factors within the This distinction will help For example, households may pursue different livelihood strategies even if the total outcome of the activities in which they engage, as measured in income, is the same. Further work is required to develop more effective neglect of social factors when working with communities. The Key Livelihoods Programme Indicators are a standardised list of 22 Outcome Indicators for the livelihoods sector. Is there existing knowledge that can help increase the productivity of not enforced. FGDs and KIs reported improvements in the peoples’ life style because of. example, some knowledge can be highly useful for production - think of knowledge understanding the quality, impact and value to livelihoods of these years in labourers outside agriculture). about livelihood strategies. knowledge, and the relationship between either of these and leadership ), How versatile is the resource? profile are excluded from all groups. is a priority for local people. 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