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Executive Summary
1.1Roots of SL approaches
Sustainable livelihoods: Origins, principles, definitions
1.2What is ‘sustainable livelihoods’?
Box 1 DFID core SL principles
Uses and usefulness of SL: Early experience
Table 1 Summary of NRAC 99 case studies
Box 2 Questions about the implementation of SL approaches
3.1Designing new projects and programmes
Practical applications
3.2Using SL at policy level
Box 3 From holistic analysis to focused interventions
Box 4 Using SL approaches to highlight policy issues
Box 5 Khanya’s approach to institutional analysis
Box 6 SL as a common language across disciplines
3.3Cross-sectoral teamwork
Box 7 SL in an urban context
3.4Which methods to use and when?
3.5Monitoring and evaluation
Box 8 CARE’s livelihoods monitoring system
3.6Costs and efficiency
Box 9 What can SL learn from past development approaches?
5.1‘Sustainable’ in what way?
Gaps and challenges
Box 10 Secure or sustainable livelihoods?
5.2Power and politics
5.3 Poverty focus
Internal institutional issues
Box 12 Summary of ten key issues on the application of SL approaches
A1.1 Core concepts
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Ashley Sustainable Livelihood Lessons Learned

Ashley Sustainable Livelihood Lessons Learned



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