CARE’s programming principles for livelihood projects Figure 5. In strategies for adaptation to climate change and for the reduction of disaster risk, the integration of future climate change, existing climate variability associated with risk reduction was also recommended by the PoA. 0000020857 00000 n Sustainable Livelihoods Framework; Sustainable Livelihoods Framework. Sustainable Livelihood Analysis (SLA) has since the 1990s become the dominant approach to the implementation of development interventions by a number of major international agencies. To reduce the impact of future disasters and to develop mechanisms and approaches for better early warning systems, a collective effort was embarked by the Asia-Pacific region in the aftermath. 0000018683 00000 n A central notion is that different households have differ-ent access livelihood assets, which the sustainable livelihood approach aims to expand. Sustainable Livelihoods Approach (SLA) underscores how programming around the Sustainable Livelihoods Framework (Figure 1) enhances development and builds resilience even in crisis-affected communities. As analysts point out, there are two broad approaches to defining livelihoods. 0000003055 00000 n Sustainable livelihood program is conducted with sustainable livelihood framework to understand the complexities and principles of poverty. Find more similar flip PDFs like AN IFAD SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS FRAMEWORK. ӹP?��! First, essay briefly introduces the concept of GVC analysis approach and sustainable livelihood framework with their inherent strengths and limitations, and then applies and illustrates the combination of these two approaches in the vulnerability context of the ‘bottom end’ coffee producer/workers in Mexico, and concludes in favor of such combination. This ppt is compiled by S.Rengasamy to introduce the concept of livelihood to MSW students specializing in community development The sustainable livelihood framework appreciates the contexts and relationships that exist and thus influence and shape communities and households. Sustainable livelihood emerges at the intersection of development and environmental studies to offer a new way to think about work, especially the work of vulnerable populations (e.g., low income population living in the bottom of the pyramid, indigenous communities, etc. The livelihood strategies and activities of poor people are often complex and diverse. AN IFAD SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS FRAMEWORK was published by on 2015-04-16. 0000006860 00000 n The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach (SLA) concept and framework adopted by DFID in the late 1990s (building on work by IDS, IISD, Oxfam and others) have been adapted by different organisations to suit a variety of contexts, issues, priorities and applications. It does not offer definitive answers and guidelines. Early warning systems were inadequate when the waves struck the areas. Like all frameworks, it The Sustainable Livelihoods framework was adapted from a model developed by the UK’s Department for International Development, and adjusted for use in Canada. 0000008666 00000 n To reduce vulnerabilities and risk, the sustainable management and use of ecosystems through development activities and better land-use planning is also encouraged by it. The framework shows how, in different contexts, sustainable livelihoods are achieved through access to a range of livelihood resources (natural, economic, human and social capitals) which are combined in the pursuit of different livelihood strategies (agricultural intensification or extensification, livelihood diversification and migration). The Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) which was adopted in Japan few weeks after it got hit by a disaster was shaped by after the experience of the 2004 tsunami. It also calls for the implementation of natural resource and integrated environmental management approaches that including non-structural and structural measures, like, appropriate management of fragile ecosystems and flood management systems incorporates disaster risk reduction. To promote and safeguard livelihoods, lives and sustainable development, one of the options adopted was building resilience. The financial comprises of wages, pensions, remittances, debit/credit – NGOs, informal, formal and savings. %PDF-1.2 %���� The Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) which was adopted in Japan few weeks after it got hit by a disaster was shaped by after the experience of the 2004 tsunami. 0000001604 00000 n participatory methodology and adapting DFID's sustainable livelihoods framework, the research will identify how AIDS-affected young people are incorporated into (or excluded from) current household livelihood strategies, the processes and practices that shape their access to livelihood opportunities, now and in the future, and how they make decisions about livelihoods. 0000001081 00000 n LIVELIHOOD INTERVENTIONS 22 5.1 General Livelihood Interventions 22 Sustainable Livelihoods