2 edition of Land and livelihood on Mokil found in the catalog.
Land and livelihood on Mokil
Joseph Edwin Weckler
|Statement||by J.E. Weckler.|
|Series||CIMA report -- no. 11, Coordinated investigation of Micronesian anthropology, 1947-1949|
|Contributions||Bentzen, Conrad., National Research Council (U.S.). Pacific Science Board.|
|LC Classifications||DU568.M6 W42|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
Its remaining land is in danger of desertification. For the poor living in these parts, livestock is an important means of livelihood. With scarce and erratic rainfall, and frequent droughts in the region, a pastoralist community of Rajasthan, Raikas follow the practice of moving their flocks and herds in search of water and forage. Ian has made a significant impact since his arrival, leading a transformation of the marketing team. Championing “Heritage” as Nisa’s hero own label brand, introducing a new brand strategy and focusing the business to be customer led has been no easy task. land into escalating instability. They began to argue that the land needed people as much as people needed the land’ (Griffiths , p. 11). As a result of these kinds of difficult experiences, some land managers are rediscovering that sustainability requires partnerships among desert lands and people as one system. At the national level.
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LIVELIhOOD AND EmPLOYmENT OPPURTUNITIES IN NAGALAND:SECTORAL ISSUES - A Thematic Report v The thematic report ‘Livelihood and Employment Opportunities in Nagaland: Sectoral Issues’ is an outcome of the inputs, efforts and support of many people.
The project team acknowledges and express gratitude to them. Rural Livelihood Words 21 Pages National Civil Society Conference What it takes to Eradicate Poverty December 4 – 6, THE CHANGING FACES OF RURAL LIVELIHOODS IN INDIA Theme Paper Trends Shocks Seasonality Markets Credit Seasonal Migration Education Health Employment Infrastructure Source: NADEL-ETH, SDC – (adapted).6 Resource Book for Livelihood Promotion - Fourth Edition Evolution of the Resource Book To understand the evolution of the Resource Book, we need to understand the context when the Resource Book was ﬁrst written in the late s.
Though by then activists and policy makers alike had started recognizing that sustainable.the context within which a livelihood is developed and those factors that make a livelihood more or less vulnerable to shocks and stresses Livelihood assets: Assets may be tangible, such as food stores and cash savings, as well as trees, land, livestock, tools, and other resources.
Assets may also .