Learning about Livelihoods: Insights from Southern Africa
Oxfam, 2002 - Africa, Southern - 361 pages
The five short films are case studies drawn from Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe, that reflect the impacts of retrenchment, flood risk, recurrent drought, HIV/AIDS, violence and political instability on individual households and their communities. The facilitator's handbook contains a series of training sessions which build understanding of the factors that make poor families vulnerable, as well as their inherent strengths.
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Activity Guide agricultural appreciative inquiry Ask participants assets and capabilities countries crops DFID disaster risk discussion drought economic enquiry external environment facilitator fieldwork film flipchart floods Frelimo gender analysis hazards highlight HIV/AIDS household livelihoods household members identify impact income indicators institutions International interventions issues key ideas labour land learning objectives Lesotho Limiting factors livelihood activities livelihood security livelihood strategies livelihoods analysis livelihoods framework lives livestock maize Maputo Maseru ment Mozambican Mozambique natural resources Ngalande organisations Oxfam participatory people’s planning poor poverty prepared programme resilience retrenchment roles rural sector sell session shocks and stresses sources South Africa southern Africa structural adjustment sustainable development sustainable livelihoods Thlabeli understand UNDP University of Sussex uogssag vulnerability context well-being Western Cape Winterveld women World Bank Zambia Zanla Zimbabwe