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by Carole Rakodi,Tony Lloyd


Read instantly in your browser. Urban Livelihoods: A People-Centred Approach to Reducing Poverty. Carole Rakodi is Professor of International Urban Development in the International Development Department, School of Public Policy, the University of Birmingham

Read instantly in your browser. ISBN-13: 978-1853838606. Carole Rakodi is Professor of International Urban Development in the International Development Department, School of Public Policy, the University of Birmingham. She is a geographer and town planner, with professional experience in Zambia and Kenya.

Tony Lloyd-Jones, Carole Rakodi. One of the most promising approaches to poverty reduction in developing countries is to encourage sustainable livelihoods for the poor.

Carole Rakodi, Tony Lloyd. A livelihoods approach views the world from the point of view of the individuals, households and social groups who are trying to make a living in volatile conditions and with limited assets.

One of the most promising approaches to poverty reduction in developing countries is. .ByTony Lloyd-Jones, Carole Rakodi.

One of the most promising approaches to poverty reduction in developing countries is to encourage sustainable livelihoods for the poor. First Published 2002. Lasting improvements depend not just on economic development, but on political commitment and structures that are responsive to the claims and needs of different groups of poor people. Part 1 livelihoods and the poverty context.

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328 pages, Figs, tabs. Publisher: Earthscan. ISBN: 9781853838613 Paperback Dec 2002 Usually dispatched within 5 days.

Carole Rakodi, Tony Lloyd-Jones.

A livelihoods approach views the world from the point of view of the individuals, households and social groups who are trying to make a living in volatile conditions and with limited assets. It provides a framework for understanding the opportunities and assets available to poor people and the sources of their vulnerability, as well as the impact upon them of external organizations, processes and policies. Based on recent and extensive research, this collection assesses the value of the livelihoods approach in analyzing urban poverty and guiding the selection of policy and program components. Part two reviews the situation and strategies of poor urban people and identifies the policy and practical implications. In part three reviews recent project experience and finally policy and practical implications are identified.Lasting improvements in well-being depend not just on economic development but on political commitment to addressing the concerns of the poor as well as governance structures and processes that are responsive to the claims and needs of different groups of poor people. This readable account will be important for professionals, development workers, academics and students.
Urban Livelihoods: A People-Centred Approach to Reducing Poverty ebook
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