7 edition of Rural Resources & Local Livelihoods in Africa found in the catalog.
by Palgrave MacMillan
Written in English
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Natural Resources and Rural Livelihoods. Proximate natural resources are central to rural household economies in many regions of the developing world – in rural South Africa, for example, gathered reeds are used for market-bound mats or rugs and edible herbs are collected for evening by: Book Description. It has increasingly been recognised that rural and urban areas are inextricably interlinked. This book adopts a fresh approach to the issue of rural-urban dynamics through a study of the changing nature of livelihoods, mobility and markets in ten study sites across four countries of Africa and Asia.
agricultural growth and development in Africa than the integrated rural development approach or whether this approach needs to be revisited as a means of putting agriculture at the center of processes to transform rural Africa and promote growth of the rural sector. The Concept of Rural DevelopmentFile Size: KB. Natural Resources, Tourism and Community Livelihoods in Southern Africa by Moren T. Stone, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Artisanal mining and rural livelihoods in Africa: Change, challenges and policy options Roy Maconachie University of Bath, UK [email protected] Presentation to CSD19, United Nations New York, Ma Overview of rural dairy projects in South Africa Rural livelihoods and the notion of rural development interventions resources around them in whichever ways are most likely to meet their needs and desires (Kemkes, ). The way in which they decide what activities to invest in are complex and vary.
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Rural Resources and Local Livelihoods in Africa th Edition by NA NA (Author) ISBN Format: Hardcover. The volume looks closely at the details of rural resource use, access and control, the social institutions which shape this, and the effects on African environments.
It is not possible to understand livelihoods in Africa - a central issue for all social and economic questions - without grasping the interplay between environmental change and the. Get this from a library. Rural resources & local livelihoods in Africa. [Katherine Homewood;] -- Top scholars examine issues which lead readers to better understand environmental change in the African continent and its effects on rural African livelihoods.
Each of the studies in this book. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Rural Resources and Local Livelihoods in Africa by Katherine Homewood,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Katherine Homewood. Rural Resources And Local Livelihoods In Africa, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Analysing and clarifying interactions of environment, land use, livelihoods, and natural resource management in African forests and savannahs, this text seeks to develop a better methodology concerning natural resource use strategies.
von Hellermann, Pauline Review of K. Homewood (ed.) ‘Rural Resources and Local Livelihoods in Africa’. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
This book looks at how the benefits of economic development in the Great Lakes Region of Africa are not being equally distributed.
It studies the impact of the increasing scramble for natural resources upon local livelihoods and considers the ambiguities that characterise the relationship between mining and development. Africa’s huge rural resources amid grinding rural poverty and worsening trend of local livelihoods across the continent, remains a fundamental public policy challenge for all, who are desirous of hav-ing its underdevelopment reversed.
This book. Community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) is an approach that offers multiple related benefits: securing rural livelihoods; ensuring careful conservation and management of biodiversity and other resources; and empowering communities to manage these resources Edition: 1st Edition.
The book explores the dynamics and complexities of rural livelihoods in rural South Africa. In the midst of two economies rural households are embedded in poverty developing livelihoods portfolios.
The livelihood portfolios developed included the use of natural resources such as livestock and land. Gender is an integral and inseparable part of rural livelihoods. Men and women have different assets, access to resources, and opportunities. Women rarely own land, may have lower education due to discriminatory access as children, and their access to productive resources as well as decision-making tend to occur through the mediation of men.
LAND TENURE REFORM AND RURAL LIVELIHOODS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA For those relying largely on local rural resources for their livelihood, a secure place to live, free from threat of eviction, with access to productive land and natural resources. are essential for rural livelihoods in the region.
These elements are broadly located in the. Community management of natural resources in Africa: Impacts, experiences and future directions In many parts of Africa, local communities have depended on, and managed, wildlife as a key resource since the Stone Age. Over the last twenty years, this subsistence strategy has evolved into a development strategy that has become increasinglyCited by: Background: Although natural resources play a central role in rural livelihoods across the globe, little research has explored the relationship between migration and natural capital use.
Questioning how natural resources, tourism and community livelihoods relations can positively contribute towards development efforts, this book adopts an interdisciplinary approach to understand socio-ecological systems that Author: Moren T.
Stone, Monkgogi Lenao, Naomi Moswete. Environmental aspects—Africa, Southern. Local government—Africa, Southern. Title: Rights, resources and rural development.
7 The contribution of bees to livelihoods in southern. Post-Graduate School for Agriculture and Rural Development University of Pretoria Report on theme #1: Strategies for poverty alleviation and food security Poverty and livelihoods in rural South Africa: Investigating diversity and dynamics of livelihoods.
Case studies in Limpopo Contributors: S. Perret, W. Anseeuw, F. Mathebula October File Size: KB. Rural development, Rural livelihoods, Rural economic diversification in sub-Saharan Africa Felicity J Proctor. International Institute for Environment and Development Gray’s Inn Road, London WC1X 8NH, UK for economic diversification in rural sub-Saharan Africa.
While continuing to prioritize ruralFile Size: KB. Why is understanding rural livelihoods important. 7 Section Overview 7 Section Learning Outcome 7 Setting the scene 7 The importance of rural livelihoods 8 Structural characteristics of rural livelihoods 9 Section 1 Self Assessment Questions 13 Livelihoods analysis 14 Section Overview 14 Section Learning Outcomes.
This film by PLAAS researcher David Neves explores the nature of migration in South Africa, describes urban rural linkages, and spotlights the key problems rural development policy needs to solve.provinces and rural versus urban shares, and inter- and intra-racial comparisons.
We came across small number of studies that stratified rural households in South Africa into welfare classes on the basis of livelihood strategies or activities they pursued (see Perret, Anseeuw, and Mathebula, ; Anseeuw, Laurent, Modisella.areas.4 The statistics on page 16 highlight the importance of natural resources to the livelihoods of these poor rural women and men.
Yet these poor rural households generally have small landholdings, insecure tenure, little or no financial capital and poor access to markets, infrastructure (e.g. roads, health services) and employment File Size: KB.