Understanding Livelihood Processes and Dynamics Livelihood-Policy Relationships in South Asia Working

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  title={Understanding Livelihood Processes and Dynamics Livelihood-Policy Relationships in South Asia Working},
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  • Published 2001
(DFID) supports policies, programmes and projects to promote international development. DFID are providing funds for this study as part of this objective but the views and opinions expressed here are not necessary those of DFID. Summary The concept of livelihoods has gained wide acceptance as a valuable means of understanding the factors that influence people's lives and well-being, particularly those of the Bernstein et al., 1992). It has been embraced by a number of development agencies, with… CONTINUE READING

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