6 edition of Rural Resources and Local Livelihoods in Africa found in the catalog.
February 10, 2005
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||256|
4. Rural livelihoods in post-apartheid South Africa: a review Discussion of terms, conceptual positioning, and relevance of the research This introductory chapter aims at defining and discussing the terms and concepts that are mobilised in the document. It does not only clarify the terminology but also forms theFile Size: KB. RURAL LIVELIHOOD TRANSFORMATIONS AND LOCAL DEVELOPMENT IN CAMEROON, GHANA AND TANZANIA 8 Rural-urban linkages In sub-Saharan Africa, rural-urban linkages and interactions play an increasingly significant role in local economies and livelihood transformation (Tacoli, ), and there is an increased need for understanding theFile Size: 1MB.
and livelihoods between COP16 and COP17, to be held in late in South Africa. The decisions essentially provided for the development of a toolkit to assess the impacts of CITES listings on livelihoods; the preparation of guidelines on preventing and mitigating any negative impacts on livelihoods; and conducting relevant caseFile Size: 2MB. Downloadable (with restrictions)! This paper forms part of the growing body of scholarly research that seeks to understand the impacts of extractive activities on local and indigenous communities. The paper examines the socio-economic impacts of large-scale mining activity on rural livelihoods in four villages (Armoede, Ga-Chaba Ga-Molekana and Skeming) in the Mapela Cited by: 4.
In southern Africa where rural and urban livelihoods rely on natural capital, rapid social and environmental change can fracture central socio-ecological links creating vulnerabilities among local communities (Ryan et al., ). If ecosystem services are to be sustained, conservation objectives must be developed that are acceptable to a wide Cited by: 4. (). Rural Livelihoods and Poverty Reduction Strategies in Four African Countries. The Journal of Development Studies: Vol. 40, No. 4, pp. Cited by:
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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 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.
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.
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- Daniel A. Omoweh in AFRIKA SPECTRUM Rural Resources and Local Livelihoods in Africa presents an excellent collection of multi-methodological studies concerned with local resource use practices and policy intervention in different environments throughout sub-Saharan Africa.
Rural resources and local livelihoods in Africa – Edited by Katherine Homewood. Pauline Von Hellermann. University of Sussex. Search for more papers by this author. Pauline Von Hellermann. University of Sussex. Search for more papers by this author.
First published: 26 May Author: Pauline Von Hellermann. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues.
Learn : Pauline Von Hellermann. 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.
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. Rights, resources and rural development: community-based natural resource management in Southern Africa Book January with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Christo Fabricius.
von Hellermann, Pauline Review of K. Homewood (ed.) ‘Rural Resources and Local Livelihoods in Africa’. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 12(2). Rural Resources and Local Livelihoods in Africa by Katherine Homewood,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Katherine Homewood.
In the first part of this chapter, we explore the importance of honey-hunting and beekeeping as an ecologically sound and economically appropriate livelihood option in rural southern Africa. We argue that beekeeping is a valuable, yet overlooked, component of community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) in southern by: 3.
Across sub-Saharan Africa, natural resources remain central to rural people’s livelihoods. Local norms and customs shape people’s everyday forms of resource use. In contrast, the commercial uses of natural resources often remain highly centralized, conditioned by government policies of the colonial and post-colonial Size: 1MB.
livelihood strategies in Caprivi Region was conducted to identify implications for the Community Based Natural Resource Management Programme. The rural tourism sector was assessed in terms of its multiple impacts on rural livelihoods and how these can be File Size: KB.
Deconstructing urban, peri-urban and rural 6 Linking livelihoods, natural resources and policy 7 5 Understanding ‘Hidden’ Livelihoods: NR Livelihoods in Urban Areas 8 How do urban natural resources, and their uses, contribute to livelihoods, especially of the very poor.
District rural opportunities is based Landscape, Physiography, Climate, Administration, Population, Primary resources, Industries and Financial Institutions. In the following analysis an attempt has been made to identify the potential opportunities for a better Rural livelihood.
The major potentials identifiedFile Size: 1MB. Natural resource governance initiatives –at different scales 2. Livelihoods, diversification and change in artisanal and small-scale mining communities 3. Integration of ASM policies into broader local development strategies and poverty reduction policies My Research in Sierra Leone Question –what role should mining play in post-conflict.
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.
RURAL HOUSEHOLDS LIVELIHOOD STRATEGIES IN COMMUNITIES AROUND Overview of rural dairy projects in South Africa Baseline information on the District and Local Municipalities in the study areas.
44 Nkonkobe Municipality Demographic analysis. Filling that gap, this book brings together recent evidence of AIDS impacts on rural households, livelihoods, and agricultural practice in sub-Saharan Africa. There is particular emphasis on the role of women in affected households, and on the situation of children.resources sectors workforce with the youth at the centre, Africa is poised to enter new spaces in world food systems and markets.
Babatunde Iyanda of the African Union examines the need to engage Africa’s youth in agriculture and natural resources management policy processes for sustainable rural development.
For the first time, this book addresses many of the issues that are fundamental to an understanding of the real role of recreational hunting in conservation and rural development.
It examines the key issues, asks the difficult questions, and seeks to .