4 edition of Livelihoods, poverty and targeting in the Indo-Gangetic plains found in the catalog.
Livelihoods, poverty and targeting in the Indo-Gangetic plains
|Statement||Olaf Erenstein, Jon Hellin & Parvesh Chandna.|
|Contributions||Hellin, Jon, 1965-, Chandna, Parvesh., CIMMYT India., Rice-Wheat Consortium for the Indo-Gangetic Plains.|
|LC Classifications||HC437.A-ZG (H15)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||2008319753|
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Livelihoods, poverty and targeting in the Indo-Gangetic Plains: A spatial mapping approach. New Delhi: CIMMYT and the Rice-Wheat Consortium for the Indo-Gangetic Plains (RWC). Livelihoods, poverty and targeting in the Indo-Gangetic Plains: a spatial mapping approach. Livelihoods, Poverty and Targeting in the Indo-Gangetic Plains: A Spatial Mapping Approach Technical Report (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Metadata only record. Several NGOs and social organizations are collaboratively working in the Cotacachi canton to aid the process of participatory planning for sustainable local by: Livelihood Assets as a Multidimensional Inverse Proxy for Poverty: A District‐level Analysis of the Indian Indo‐Gangetic Plains Olaf Erenstein (Agricultural Economics) with the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre (CIMMYT), currently in Addis Ababa, Cited by: The relatively low poverty incidence in the north-western plains is associated with an overall favorable livelihood asset base, particularly pronounced for natural and financial capitals.
There is a marked gradient with poverty increasing eastwards, reflecting a similarly marked decline in livelihood by: In line with the need to target activities where they contribute most to alleviating poverty, CIMMYT and the Rice-Wheat Consortium (RWC) for the Indo-Gangetic Plains, a CIMMYT-convened network of national programs and other partners in South Asia, have produced the publication “Livelihoods, poverty and targeting in the Indo- Gangetic Plains: A spatial mapping approach.
Experiences with poverty targeting in Asia: an overview 1 John Weiss 2. Poverty targeting in India 34 Pradeep Srivastava 3. Poverty targeting in Indonesia 79 Ari A. Perdana and John Maxwell 4. Poverty targeting in the People’s Republic of China Wang Sangui 5.
Poverty targeting in Thailand Peter Warr and Isra Sarntisart 6. Stocktaking of livelihood projects in India. in the institutional architecture of the poor includes federating SHGs to increase their capacity to leverage finance and interact with the state and market for accessing services for the poor (Annex 1).
Targeting and inclusion of the Size: KB. Conservation agriculture, livestock and livelihood strategies in the Indo-Gangetic Plains of South Asia: Synergies and tradeoffs. Conservation agriculture, livestock and livelihood strategies in the Indo-Gangetic Plains of South Asia: Synergies and tradeoffs Olaf Erenstein a, Nils Teufel b & Arindam Samaddar ab (a CIMMYT, b ILRI.
There is a marked gradient with poverty increasing eastwards, reflecting a similarly marked decline in livelihood assets. The overall unfavorable livelihood asset base in the mid-Gangetic Plains of Bihar and Eastern Uttar Pradesh provides a particularly challenging spatial poverty by: Research on the association between rural households’ livelihood capitals and livelihood strategies has long been of interest in geography, management, economics, ecology and other disciplines.
However, the existing micro-empirical studies are mostly small-scale surveys of rural households; there are much fewer large-scale investigations at the national by: The second meeting in the series defined a sustainable livelihood as comprising the capabilities, assets and activities required for a means of living, and introduced the sustainable livelihood approach as a way of thinking about development.
From Income Poverty to Sustainable Livelihoods: Practical Implications of Evolving Frameworks for. Rural Livelihoods and Poverty Reduction Strategies in Four African Countries by Frank Ellis and H. Ade Freeman* Summary This paper compares and contrasts rural livelihoods in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Malawi, with a view to informing rural poverty reduction policies within Poverty Reduction Strategy Plans (PRSPs).File Size: KB.
Downloadable (with restrictions). The measurement of poverty is important yet problematic and controversial. This study assesses livelihood asset indicators from the sustainable livelihood approach as a multidimensional inverse proxy for poverty.
The study develops and contrasts different asset-based proxies building on the five livelihood capitals: natural, physical, human. Poverty maps are an increasingly popular mode of visualizing the spatial dimension of poverty.
They help guide priority-setting and target poverty-alleviation interventions. The utility of poverty maps can be enhanced by spatially disaggregating the underlying causes of poverty. One promising approach explored in this paper is the use of livelihood assets - natural, physical, Cited by: rice-wheat systems in the Indo-Gangetic Plains.
These systems are fundamental to food security, incomes and employment to hundreds of millions of rural and urban poor in South Asia. The objectives of the RWC are to help improve livelihoods and eliminate poverty through more.
Adapting food systems of the Indo-Gangetic plains to global environmental change: Key information needs to improve policy formulation.
Adapting no-tillage agriculture to the conditions of smallholder maize and wheat farmers in the tropics and : Olaf Erenstein. Erenstein, O., Hellin, J. and Chandna, P. () Poverty mapping based on livelihood assets: A meso-level application in the Indo-Gangetic Plains, India.
Applied Geography, 30(1): Feldacker, C., Ennett, S. and Speizer, I. () It's not just who you are but where you live: An exploration of community influences on individual HIV. 2 Introduction Poverty targeting, defined as the use of policy instruments to channel resources to a target group identified below an agreed national poverty line, is used by all governments.
The book focuses on two domains: the measurement of absolute consumption poverty and a first order dominance approach to multidimensional welfare analysis.
In each domain, it provides a series of flexible computer codes designed to facilitate analysis by allowing the analyst to start from a flexible and known base.Livelihoods, poverty and targeting in the Indo-Gangetic Plains: a spatial mapping approach.
Olaf Erenstein Jon Hellin (, [Libro]). This study develops a spatial mapping methodology as a tool to guide priority-setting and targeting of poverty-alleviation activities.Livelihoods, poverty and targeting in the Indo-Gangetic plains: A spatial mapping approach.
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