by Andrew Barnett

Issue: 46

Journal section: General Article
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Received: 2010-08-12


The Sustainable Livelihoods approach is a way of looking at development which is concerned first and foremost with people. It tries to understand people’s strengths (their skills, status, and possessions) and how they use these asset s to improve the quality of their lives. No single asset on its own will provide for all the many and varied requirements people seek to make their lives worthwhile.

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