Participatory research for sustainable livelihoods

a guidebook for field projects
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IISD , Winnipeg
Sustainable development -- Arid regions -- Planning., Community development -- Arid reg

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Arid regions, Arid reg

StatementJ. Keith Rennie, Naresh C. Singh.
ContributionsSingh, Naresh C., International Institute for Sustainable Development.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC79.E5 R4523 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 122 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL570728M
ISBN 101895536421
LC Control Number96156695
OCLC/WorldCa35883604

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Participatory Research in Conservation and Rural Livelihoods: Doing Science Together starts from the understanding that all people create knowledge and that the creation of sustainable livelihoods and of conditions that protect and sustain rural ecosystems are interrelated.

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Interdependent science, that is, science undertaken collaboratively by local and professional scientists, can create. Participatory Research in Conservation and Rural Livelihoods: Doing Science Together. starts from the understanding that all people create knowledge and that the Participatory research for sustainable livelihoods book of sustainable livelihoods and of conditions that protect and sustain rural ecosystems are interrelated.

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Here local experts and professional researchers write independently about the participatory research processes through. About this book Participatory Research in Conservation and Rural Livelihoods: Doing Science Together starts from the understanding that all people create knowledge and that the creation of sustainable livelihoods and of conditions that protect and sustain rural ecosystems are Range: £ - £ Abstract This article introduces sustainable livelihoods approaches, explaining what they are and how they have emerged.

It examines how different organizations have taken up a sustainable. The Livelihoods and Chronic Conflict Working Paper Series This Working Paper forms part of a series that reviews the range of ways in which livelihoods approaches are currently used by operational agencies and researchers working in situations of chronic conflict and political instability (SCCPI).

Abstract. According to its proponents, participatory agricultural research is related to sustainable land management in various ways. First, it is argued that sustainable agricultural technologies can only be developed and turned into innovations and farmers’ practices if land users’ priorities are adequately addressed by the research agenda (section 2).

This exciting book is a pioneering work of integrated praxis, situating theory within a participatory worldview and grounding practice in the important issues of our times - social justice and sustainability. The book will be of interest to both academics and community-based practitioners.

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Section 1 – Understanding Livelihoods and Poverty Contexts: A Situational Analysis Chapter 1: Social Mapping Chapter 2: Wealth Ranking for Diverse Groups Chapter 3: Resource Mapping Chapter 4: Resource Card for Men and.

Pimbert’s work centres on food sovereignty and citizenship, sustainable agriculture and livelihoods, the political ecology of natural resource and biodiversity management, as well as participatory action research and deliberative democratic processes.

Over the last 28 years he has published extensively in these areas, linking theory with. The concept of sustainable livelihoods is a reference point for a wide range of people involved in different aspects of development policy formulation and planning. As analysts point out, there are two broad approaches to defining livelihoods.

One has a narrower economic focus on production, employment and household income. Participatory Research for Sustainable Livelihoods: A Guidebook for Field Projects. International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD): Winnipeg.

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The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach The sustainable livelihoods approach is a way of thinking about the objectives, scope, and priorities for development activities. It is based on evolving thinking about the way the poor and vulnerable live their lives and the importance of policies and institutions.

understand the participatory experiences of women involved in the implementation of an art and craft economic co-operative projects using the sustainable livelihood approach as a poverty reduction strategy, in Bhambayi.

Using a participatory action research methodology, the evidence. SPRA, Participatory Research: An Introduction (New Delhi: Society for Participatory Research in Asia, ) Sriskandarajah N, Bawden R.J. an d Packham R.G., "Systems agriculture: a paradigm for.

Managing Natural Resources for Sustainable Livelihoods book. Uniting Science and Participation. Engaging in participatory research and management with rural families requires an understanding of ‘at what scale?’, as well as ‘who’ and ‘what’.

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In this chapter we discuss working across scales, and scaling up and out to reach a. The book indeed provides insight into the theme of livelihoods, natural resource management and sustainability. It does serve as an important reference for those interested in pursuing research or development action related to the livelihood enhancement of the rural poor.

Participatory research for sustainable livelihoods. Winnipeg: IISD, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J K Rennie; Naresh C Singh; International Institute for Sustainable Development. These have included: participatory rural appraisal, farmer participatory research, participatory technology development, participatory action research, participatory learning and action, gender and stakeholder analysis, community-based natural resource management, and sustainable livelihoods.

Participatory Research in Conservation and Rural Livelihoods: Doing Science Together starts from the understanding that all people create knowledge and that the creation of sustainable livelihoods and of conditions that protect and sustain rural ecosystems are interrelated.

Karl M. Participatory Policy Reform from a Sustainable Livelihoods Perspective: Review of Concepts and Practical Experiences. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Lax J, Krug J.

Livelihood Assessment: Participatory tool for natural resource dependent communities. This report describes a participatory research process facilitated by the Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation in It is the result of a one-year partnership between SLF and the Delft Safety Group.

The report provides a way to understand the challenges people are facing every day in urban township settings in South Africa with regards to.

Managing Natural Resources for Sustainable Livelihoods analyses and extends this premise to show unequivocally that the process of research for improving natural resource management must incorporate participatory and user-focused approaches, leading to development based on the needs and knowledge of local resource users.

Participatory Action Research (PAR) approaches and methods have seen an explosion of recent interest in the social and environmental sciences. PAR involves collaborative research, education and action which is oriented towards social change, representing a major epistemological challenge to mainstream research traditions.

It has recently been the subject of heated critique and 5/5(1). Abstract: Communities, Livelihoods and Natural Resources presents cases from some of the poorest parts of Asia to illustrate how local innovations in participatory natural resource management can strengthen livelihoods, build capacity for local governance, and spark policy change.

The book synthesizes results from a seven-year programme of applied research on community-based. This sourcebook forms part of a wider initiative to promote easy access to systematized information on field-tested participatory research and development concepts and practices.

The sourcebook aims to identify and consolidate tested practices and concepts relevant to managing natural resources for agriculture and rural livelihood. The primary audience for the sourcebook are field-based. Managing Natural Resources for Sustainable Livelihoods analyses and extends this premise to show unequivocally that the process of research for improving natural resource management must incorporate participatory and user-focused approaches, leading to development based on the needs and kwledge of local resource users.

Drawing on extensive and varied case studies, this book presents innovative approaches for establishing and sustaining participation and collective decision-making in natural resource management research.

It covers a wide range of natural resources - including forests and soils, water and management units such as watersheds and common property areas - and provides practical lessons from.

Empirical sustainable livelihoods research leading to the ODA SLA programme 7 The White Paper 8 The Sustainable Rural Livelihoods Framework () 9 Natural Resources Department’s SLA initiative 10 ‘Participatory Research for Sustainable Livelihoods’ by Rennie and Singh is published.Gender Analysis for Sustainable Livelihoods and Participatory Governance in Rwanda By.

Institute of Policy Analysis and Research- Rwanda (IPAR-Rwanda) March Recommended Citation: Pamela Abbott, Lillian Mutesi and Emma Norris (March, ).

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