Sustainable Livelihood

Sustainable Livelihood emerges at the intersection of development and environmental studies to offer a new way of thinking about work, especially the work of vulnerable populations. The term reflects a concern with intending the focus of poverty studies beyond the physical manifestations of poverty to include also vulnerability and social exclusion. The data of vulnerability and social exclusion is alarmed with a whole lot of factors like impact of COVID-19, political and economic instability in many countries of the world, warring countries, etc. Sustainable livelihoods where we

  1. Improve food security and sustainable agriculture;
  2. Strengthen resilience and coping capacities of vulnerable populations to facilitate their recovery from socio-economic shocks; and
  3. Facilitate sustainable community-driven development initiatives through rights-based approaches.

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