Definition of Livelihoods

1. Noun. (plural of livelihood) ¹



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Definition of Livelihoods

1. livelihood [n] - See also: livelihood

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Literary usage of Livelihoods

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1. Telecentres, Access and Development: Experience and Lessons from Uganda and by Sarah Parkinson (2005)
"The second explores usage patterns that typify each of the access centre types introduced in Chapter 4, drawing on the livelihoods framework and evidence ..."

2. Empowerment Through Economic Transformation by Meshack M. Khosa (2001)
"It argues that to overcome the constraints on sustainable livelihoods and employment creation, proactive state intervention is necessary to ensure that ..."

3. Unemployment: A Problem of Industry by William Henry Beveridge Beveridge (1912)
"Common feature the destruction of established livelihoods. Not, however, of great apparent importance. Such changes best considered under a more general ..."

4. AIDS, Poverty, and Hunger: Challenges and Responses by Stuart Gillespie (2006)
"Effective analysis and action to influence the causes and outcomes of HIV/AIDS requires a contextual understanding of livelihoods (SADC FANR Vulnerability ..."

5. A New Agenda for Forest Conservation and Poverty Reduction: Making Forest ...by Sara J. Scherr, Andy White, David Kaimowitz, Forest Trends (Organization) by Sara J. Scherr, Andy White, David Kaimowitz, Forest Trends (Organization) (2004)
"The World Bank estimates that roughly a quarter of the world's poor and 90 percent of the poorest depend substantially on forests for their livelihoods ..."

6. A Description of the Coasts of East Africa and Malabar: In the Beginning of by Duarte Barbosa (1866)
"... so that they serve all with cleanliness, and they all gain their livelihoods very sufficiently. Their lineage does not mix with any other, ..."

7. Fishery Co-Management: A Practical Handbook by Robert S. Pomeroy, Rebecca Rivera-Guieb (2006)
"In a PAMANA site in Bohol, the SL visioning exercise led to the development of a community plan that relates resource management activities and livelihoods ..."

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