profession. Based on ecological as well as socio-economic status, and the, availability of district-wise data, we have selected the following, unaffected habitations (i.e. This is mainly due to coastal salinity, resulting from several complex phenomena. Toward this end, we propose an analytical framework that clearly distin-guishes among goals, indicators, targets, trends, driving forces, and policy responses. By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. SLSI is a composite index having three component indices, i.e. Aim of the tool This framework tool aims to help analyse and understand the main factors affecting the livelihood of poor people and their mechanisms for dealing with them. Available at SSRN: MHFW, 2002. Phase III, vol. using sustainable livelihood security index Aryama Bharti and MR Chandrakar Abstract The paper has estimated agricultural sustainability in Chhattisgarh by computing Sustainable Livelihood Security Index (SLSI) for 27 districts of the state using secondary data on various indicators under the ecology, economy and Social equity heads for the years 2017-2018. Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. : Except Sr. 1 and 8, data is collected directly from the sources. Hirway, I., Terhal, P., 2002. Centre for, IISD [International Institute for Sustainable Development], 2004. grain production, and per capita milk production. the lowest rankers in gender development index, education index, Narmada, another tribal district, also has very high ranking of ESI, but the SEI and EEI rankings are low. In RRAs, the major objective is to gain maximum knowledge of the target area with the minimum amount of time and resources (Eklund 1990). However, proponents of sustainable development differ in their emphases on what is to be sustained, what is to be developed, how to link environment and development, and for how long a time. These include challenges in professional training in terms of military relations. 4, MS Swaminathan Research Foundation, India. Sustainable livelihoods security framework. Impact of COVID-19 on people’s livelihoods, their health and our ... Food security. In this sense, it is more appropriate to consider, SLSI as an approach to a measure rather than a measure in itself, the SLSI methodology is that it provides only a relative rather than, an absolute indicator. {13.2.1, 13.3} • Changing climate trends lead to shifts in rural livelihoods with mixed outcomes, such … relations has been beset with challenges embedded in military professionalism on both sides. Rural livelihoods, food security and rural transformation under climate change 5 1. Maternal, survival rate, which is calculated as 1000 minus the maternal, mortality rate, signifies the general health condition of the, population. ), as well as management and social conditions. social equity; (ii) calculation of three indices, i.e. The main aim of this study is to standardize methodology for mapping and monitoring grassland through satellite data. By utilising the secondary data from various sources, a composite livelihood security index has been computed from six domain security indices through standardisation of 23 odd variables and equalising the contribution of each indicator through an average weighted approach by adopting methods of Human Development Index (HDI) calculation. Similarly the Simpson’s index was the highest about 0.798±0.045 in Janata CF and lowest was about 0.532±0.036 in Ambika CF. sustenance of watersheds and thereby in enhancing livelihoods. The Livelihood Security Model yields a Livelihood Security Index which can be used for assessing and comparing the household security level (in %) of different livelihood groups in the storm-surge prone coastal areas. These included options such as all-weather roads, footpaths, pedestrian bridges and low-level crossing, all providing access to socio-economic facilities such as schools, clinics, shops and government offices The results show that over time a number of low-cost access and mobility technologies suitable for application in rural territories have been developed. Hence Dahod, Dangs and, Narmada districts require policy intervention for both economic, and social development. It finds that the SLSI based on its simplicity and flexibility, is one of the most comprehensive yet simple indices for measuring long-term livelihood security in rural areas. The denominator, in fact, serves as a scale, by which the extent of the better performance of the, weighted average of all the component indices [SLSI, In view of our three-dimensional conception of SD and hence, SLS, SLSI will have three component indices, i.e. able agriculture. Today an ever-expanding population, increasing consumerism, and over-exploitation of natural resources has resulted in a, population–resource imbalance, which has acquired global dimen-, sions leading to ecological imbalances. Both the economic and ecological functions of forests help people, in sustaining their livelihoods. {,, 13.4} 797 13 Livelihoods and Poverty Chapter 13 • Climate change will exacerbate multidimensional poverty in most developing countries, including high mountain states, … The Ecological Security Index was the highest in Ambika community forests with value 87.2 and the lowest value was 49.99 of Janata community forest. will bring out such details more effectively. It is based normatively on the ideas of capability, equity, and sustainability, each of which is both end and means. Livelihoods and Food Security Given the above as backdrop, household attemp ts to secure sufficient amounts of food are a central component of their livelihood strate gies. Chapter 1 provides an introduction on the issues surrounding seed systems, seed security and seed sovereignty in developing countries, the motivation and the research objectives. Each book contains a detailed index with examples of the different tools that can be used for the implementation of the programmes and a glossary of technical terminology. Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board, Gujarat Water. The poor tribal, families in Gujarat are forced to combine traditional cultivation, with the collection of minor forest produce, maintaining small, livestock and migration to urban areas for wage labour during, the lean season. One focusing on functional aspects of farmers’ seed systems, such as availability, access and varietal suitability, while the other stems from seed sovereignty movement which looks at seed systems from a rights perspective. Strategies may include subsistence production or production for the market, participation in labour marketsor l… A major step in reducing such confusion would be the acceptance of distinctions in terminology, data, and methods. The macro-level prescriptions for ensuring SLS include, stabilising population, reducing distress migration, preventing, exploitation, and supporting long-term sustainable resource, management. Food Security and Sustainable Livelihoods South Sudan Context. District in Limpopo. The foremost cause responsible for poverty is lack of employment oppertunities as per qualification and skills set of the people. agro-climatic region in a planning context; resource/ecosystem level for intergenerational analysis; and, For instance, for constructing SLSI at household level, ecological, dimension may be fixed, since ecological endowment of the village, forms the common basis for the livelihoods of all households. Fluoride is a major problem in Saurashtra, north, and central. easily available ecological, economic, and equity information. The model was applied with data from two major coastal areas(Cox’s Bazar and Satkhira) of Bangladesh and is applicable to other coastal areas having similar settings. Our agriculture and food security programs and advocacy promote locally sustainable solutions that meet the needs of small-scale producers, particularly women. He has worked extensively on issues related to small and marginal farmers—both in India and the United States. According to Gujarat Human, development report 2004, Dahod and Dangs are also amongst. We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. This paper describes the Sustainable Livelihoods Index (SLI) as a useful tool in assessing the livelihood elements of the rural poor households. LIVELIHOOD INTERVENTIONS 22 5.1 General Livelihood Interventions 22 5.2 The Livelihood Pathway 22 5.3 Specific Livelihood Interventions for Households Located at Different Outcomes on the Livelihood Pathway 25 With published data available from the 61st round (2004-05) of the National Sample Survey, analysis over the period 1983-2005 shows unambiguously that in spite of higher overall growth, the extent of decline in poverty in the post-reform period (1993-2005) has not been higher than in the pre-reform period (1983-1993). ILRI is a member of the CGIAR Consortium, a global research partnership of 15 centres working … At the same time, better infrastructural The study identifies the Jamnagar, Junagadh, Kachchh, Ratnagiri, and Sindhudurg districts as the districts with the highest priority for development through investment and policy interventions. About 50, 37.5, 43.75, and 31.25% of the slum are highly deprived based on dwelling, waste disposal, waste pile, and stagnant water respectively. The major ecological problems of Gujarat are soil and water, salinity, degradation of forests and pasturelands, depletion of, water table, poor quality of water, and intrusion of sea water in the. We select a dozen prominent examples and use this review to highlight their similarities and differences in definition of sustainable development, motivation, process, and technical methods. Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar. We surveyed 241 households in the typical grassland region of Inner Mongolia to classify the different types of household livelihood strategies using income-based cluster analysis and to identify the major influencing factors of household livelihood strategies with partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM). Livelihood & Food Security Conceptual Framework • 3. the intellectual expertise required to employ a nation's armed forces all its military resources in Glossary of Selected Terms in Sustainable. The SLSI facilitates consensus among different partisan groups like economists, environmentalists, and egalitarians by balancing their mutual concerns, could provide guidelines for achieving sustainable development. the ecological securityindex (ESI), the economic efficiencyindex, (EEI), and the social equity index (SEI). In India 12-15 million ha of land, i.e., 3-7 per cent of the total geographical area, has been recorded as permanent pasture or grazing land. In recent years, the factors responsible for gradual loss of grassland are expanding agriculture, overstocking of domestic animals at a phenomenal rate and improper pasture and grazing land management. FSI, 2005. Commission and NITI Aayog. The poor performance of the, Kutch district has an SLSI ranking second from the bottom, because of low EEI and ESI rankings, thus warranting special, attention for improving the economic and ecological status of the, district. Season and Crop Report. The rural poor have little access to land and thus there are limited opportunities for them in crop production. Indices values of the sustainability indicators. Ministry of Finance, MSSRF, 1993. Economic and Political Weekly 21 (26), 1169–1181. Introduction: rural livelihoods in transition? intake, which leads to protein deficiency. Grassland Mapping in Gujarat Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techni-. Singh and Hiremath (2010), ... Gujarat has the highest land productivity as well as labor productivity compared to all coastal states in the western region. This approach produces a more precise picture of livelihood status in the study area, as compared to a macro-level assessment which generally utilizes secondary macrolevel (block, district, state etc.) cent of its ultimate potential as equity indicators. • To assess preliminary outcomes/ impacts of the intervention. It lags behind in several dimensions of. Economic Survey 2005–2006. This includes adequate access to food, potable water, health facilities, educational opportunities, housing, and time for community participation and social integration. Greening of the mind. These indicators were first normalized and, using estimated weights, indices were computed. This study concentrated on the mobility perspective, which favours the deployment and provision of local-level infrastructure and services. The framework has come into widespread use by civic and public sector organizations around the world. A total of 84 We analyze the generative mechanisms of livelihood resilience of rural households. Krishnakumar, 6R.J. The state has suffered heavy ecological damage due, to industrialisation and urbanisation. Government of India, New. Judges‟ response was taken by … conflicts and the potential synergy between ecology, economics, and the equity dimensions of SD. Education is a universal characteristic of all professions, including the military TDS in groundwater is enormously high along the, coastal belt of Saurashtra. Given the chronic land scarcity in densely populated regions of China, finding a compromise between private and collective land rights has been important to protect livelihood safety nets and to address poverty issues in rural areas, especially in the initial stages, Poverty reduction is a common challenge facing the whole world. tion, employment, sanitation facilities, house type, indebtedness, etc. Ways can be sought to multiply livelihoods by increasing resource-use intensity and the diversity and complexity of small-farming livelihood systems, and by small- scale economic synergy. Sustainable livelihood security index in a developing country: Institute of Rural Management, Anand, Gujarat 388001, India, The concept of sustainable livelihood security (SLS) has a wider, generic meaning, encompassing current concerns and policy. The IFCS has proven to be an effective instrument to adjust a system based on a per-capita land allocation without resorting to potentially unsustainable forest reallocations, thus achieving a valuable compromise between equity and efficiency during a major transition from a planned to market economy. While the SLSI methodology is simple and conceptually sound, it faces the same problems often encountered in the construction, of any composite index, such as the choice of the component, variables and the identification of appropriate weights for its, different components. Otherwise, the index is based on the region-specific scale, The SLSI approach can easily be generalised to other contexts, and evaluation levels. and social well-being and security against becoming poorer’. data on parameters concerning the study area (Liu et al., 2018; • To evaluate the key design features, components, implementation architecture and systems established, strategies, and key processes adopted by the Mission An overall Livelihood Index was calculated based on four dimensions: employment security, housing security, financial security, and physical safety. The assessment is undertaken during lockdown with limited or none opportunity to meet key-informants face-to-face, forcing the organizations to use remote data collection tools … A total of 84 rational indicators were … Intervention area and targeted groups. The study recommends urgent intervention for planning and resources allocation, and sustained urban renewal programs at Oko-Baba, Ilaje, Oko-Agbon, Abule-Nla, and Badia for improved WaSH and living conditions for sustainable service delivery and healthy slum settlements. Rotterdam and Washington, DC. Accordingly, the projects aspirations fall in line with the GAFSP's central objectives. Kerala was found as the most developed state followed by Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Goa in linear and non-linear weighted scoring. agro-climatic sub-zones of India by selecting forest cover, per, capita utilisable groundwater potential, and population density as, ecological indicators; land productivity, labour productivity, and, per capita cereal output as economic indicators; and people above, poverty line, female literacy, and current groundwater use as a per. Differences across these developmental factors determine the household's resiliency and vulnerability shocks. Institute of Development. While ISEW, GPI, and SNBI are, temporal indicators, SLSI is essentially a cross-sectional measure, that is useful in evaluating the relative sustainability status of a. given set of entities (households, villages, districts, ecosystems. i.e. Quintile is, deemed to be an appropriate level of aggregation with which to, achieve the goal of discerning gross differences between the, Though Gujarat has less than 5% of India’s population, it has, 6.56% of the national production and about 11% of the national. Forest areas play an important role in the. By utilising the secondary data from various sources, a composite livelihood security index has been computed from six domain security indices through standardisation of 23 odd variables and equalising the contribution of each indicator through an average weighted approach by adopting methods of Human Development Index (HDI) calculation. Within the data constraints, the variable, choice becomes more of an art than a science. For instance, the eastern districts of the state, dominated by scheduled tribes’ population have very low EEI and SEI rankings, although they have high ESI ranking. located in western India. changes in an intellectual manner. Through focused and targeted advocacy, we also tackle the underlying policies and power imbalances that keep people in poverty. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 28, 559–586. Kalavathi, 2Erlene Manohar, 3Peyanoot Naka, 4Vo Van Long, 5V. Understanding different household livelihood strategies and influencing factors is crucial for sustainable development in pastoral areas. First, according to household income sources, there are five types of household livelihood strategies in this region, including breeding only small livestock (S), breeding mainly small livestock (SL), breeding mainly large livestock (LS), breeding only large livestock (L), and not breeding livestock (N), with the S strategy as the most dominant household livelihood strategy in this region. The high, Both livelihoods and diversity have become popular topics in development studies. The emphasis on sustainability indicators has multiple motivations, which include decision making and management, advocacy, participation and consensus building, and research and analysis. The SLSI facilitates consensus among different partisan groups like economists, environmentalists, and egalitarians by balancing their mutual concerns, could provide guidelines for achieving sustainable development. The, tribal districts are lagging behind in socio-economic terms. Joint statement by ILO, FAO, IFAD and WHO. Health Information of India. SAC, 2001. and health facilities and least reliance on agriculture for livelihoods were main The Returnee Food Security and Livelihood assessment conducted in September 2012 in the districts of Musanze (Northern Province) and Karongi (Western Province) showed that 65% of the surveyed returnee households were food insecure, very high compared to the national average He has worked extensively on issues related to small and marginal farmers—both in, India and the United States. hold level: concept and evaluation methodology. and of stocks and flows of food and cash which provide for physical. Economic, development of Gujarat does not reflect in the performance of LEB, and IMR. each entity by combining the three indices. In this case study, we present the Inter-household Forest Compensation Scheme (IFCS), a local innovation in forest management that orig-inated spontaneously in Anji county, in which households that have gained disproportionately large per capita forest resources due to a decrease in household members compensate households that have smaller per capita endowments due to expanding household size. For a balanced development to take place sustainable, livelihood security—encompassing environmental, economic and, equity dimensions have to be ensured. aid of statistical package for social sciences software (SPSS) version 22. From Stockholm to Rio de Janeiro: the road to sustain-. Sustainable livelihood methods were widely used to study the poverty vulnerability of farmers (Hahn et al. Ecological Economics 63, 1–8. Finally, we present relative status of the districts and. Sustainable livelihood security index (SLSI), originally proposed by Swaminathan (1991b) and later empirically illustrated by Saleth and Swaminathan (1993), is an attempt towards formulating a comprehensive indicator to reflect the ecology–economic–equity interface of SD. It is a leading industrialised state. B.N. Grassland Mapping/Monitoring of, Banni Kachchh (Gujarat) Using Remotely Sensed Data. We suggest the government pay close attention to the interests of individuals in this region to balance economic development, distribute the benefits of economic development to the rural poor, and narrow the income gap between urban and rural areas. Such activities could include securing water, food, fodder, medicine, shelter, clothing. On the other hand, the coastal alluvial tract (consisting of recent, alluvium) is also highly prone to salinity intrusion due to its highly, permeable nature. Policy focus for tribal and backward areas have to be on development of human capital through education, training, skill enhancement, development of rural infrastructural facilities and expansion of institutions (for credit, marketing) and mechanisms to enable business, entrepreneurship and services. sustainability indices. scientifically determined norms or standards; Since SD is contextual, what is sustainable in a given region or, ecosystem need not necessarily be sustainable in another region, or ecosystem; hence there cannot be a unique recipe for, SD is a hierarchical and interrelated process, as the sustainability. poverty line and female literacy as equity indicators. The results show that households live in poor dwelling conditions with limited access to WaSH facilities. The sustainable livelihood security index was the highest around 90.4 in Ambika community forest while it was the lowest only 63.99 in Janata community forest . At, the same time, ecological security needs to be ensured for the, sustenance of economic growth. the ecological security index (ESI), the economic efficiency index (EEI), and the social equity index (SEI). The groundwater in these formations is, Rajkot, Porbandar, Patan, Mehsana, and Surendranagar districts, have lowest ESI ranking. Hirway, I., Mahadevia, D., 2004. area in the state is affected by varying degrees of soil salinity. In some respects, food security is a sub-component of household livelihood security. • To study the functioning of community institutions promoted with particular reference to their self-reliance and sustainability features investment cost of PV is normally considered as the main barrier, together with related problems like financing. Construction of SLSI using time, series data could help in improving the progress of different, development interventions over a period of time aimed at SD in. Overall this thesis has found that availability and social access are currently the key dimensions driving seed security status among lowland rice farmers. warranting ecological restoration work in the regions. Pramod K. Singh is an associate professor at the Institute of Rural Management, Anand, India. Composition of rural poor further reinforces the abysmal condition faced by the tribal population. Water, sanitation, and hygiene indicators show that 37.5, 12.5, and 56.25% of the slums are highly deprived respectively. Utilising the three-dimensional conception of SD, as a relative approach underlying the PQLI–HDI methodology in a. generic context, which is presented below: context, regions in a national context, and nations in a global, be the value of the variable representing the, the entity showing the worst performance in that component, and, the denominator indicates the range (i.e. The study is useful to evaluate livelihood security in the forest. Based on the entropy method, we herein assess the level of poverty vulnerability in each province in China to guide the direction of future poverty alleviation efforts. This is a result of high levels of poverty and a residual formal seed market, where farmers resort predominantly on their own seed and seed in their social networks, to produce rice, their major staple crop. with military relations and other aspects like military, economic, technological and other societal SLSI and, its component indices (ESI, EEI, and SEI) at the district level are, not only the general priorities but also the nature and type of, policies to be pursued in each district in order to enhance its SLS, Data for the scheduled casts and scheduled tribes populations, show that they have lower level of socio-economic development, than the unscheduled sections. Dr Singhholds MSc, MPhil and PhD degreesin Environmental Sciences.His areas of. contributing indicators for the highest livelihood security in Vindhyan Zone. diplomatic, trade and economic relations between the two countries, the ideal military In this sense, land reallocations in a context of demographic changes within households used to be a com-mon practice in the agricultural sector as a way to protect the equal-per-capita land access right, whereas other mechanisms were required for longer-rotation forest resources. Military officers should have They have to understand and deal water, etc. The instruments used for issues, which limits their wider acceptability. Habitations that are not affected by, pollutants such as fluorides, nitrates, and brackishness ensure, better health for the habitants and help people in sustaining their, livelihoods. National Bureau of Soil, Parris, Thomas M., Kates, Robert W., 2003. Of particular importance is the involvement of the user of the PV system. Thus this research was objectively conducted to assess ecological value of tree species, socio economic efficiency and sustainable livelihood security index in three community forests (CFs) of Surkhet. efficiency parameter of food production. Dynamics of development in Gujarat: some issues. However, when the SLS of, the households are carried over time, ecological dimension. Military professionalism has three characteristic: expertise, social responsibility and ... Hatai and Sen (2008) [16] studied agricultural sustainability in Orissa and revealed that the agricultural systems of all the districts display wide variations in their ecological, economic, and social equity aspects. • To evaluate the effectiveness of resou, It is nowadays accepted that solar photovoltaics represents for many rural areas in developing countries the only real possibility to get in the foreseeable future sustainable electrification, and improve so the livelihood of millions of people. Sustainable rural livelihoods: practical, concepts for the 21st century. Thus, the SLSI not only identifies the general priorities for development but also the nature and types of policies to be pursued in each study unit to enhance livelihood security. Soils of Gujarat for Optimising Landuse. Total 75 sample plots were established; specifically 25 samples were collected from each CF applying stratified random sampling. A livelihood comprises people, their capabilities and their means of living, including food, income and assets. Scheduled tribes (ST) comprises 15% of the population yet 43% of the rural poor in the state are concentrated in this group. However, when a herder household chooses different household livelihood strategies, it may have a substantial impact on the conditions of grasslands, affecting the grassland ecosystem services [5][6][7] and the herder's well-being [8,9], which may further influence the sustainable development of a pastoral region. Thus SLSI can function as an educational and policy, tool promoting a holistic perspective among planners, adminis-, trators, and development workers. The policy insights from the analysis suggest the need for Data were analyzed with the For knowing trends regarding the changing ecology of Banni areas, multi-temporal satellite data from the years 1980, 1985 and 1988 were used and the status of grassland spread, invasion of prosopis juliflora and salinity ingress were critically observed. The Global Livelihoods and Food Security (LFS) strategy aims to improve NRC’s ability to reach and provide sufficient, appropriate and holistic food and livelihood assistance to people affected by displacement. the ecological security, index (ESI), the economic efficiency index (EEI), and the social, equity index (SEI), are calculated by taking the equal weights of the, indices of the respective representative variables. Thus, it helps only in establishing the, ranking among a given set of entities but does not say ‘how much’, an entity has performed compared to others. SLSI, at household level may be constructed using economic dimension, such as income status, asset ownership status, food and nutritional, status, etc. The second clear conclusion is that inequality has increased significantly in the post-reform period and seems to have slowed down the rate of poverty reduction. On the other hand, livestock wealth is more equitably distributed compared to land, and the expanding demand for animal food … Discussion Paper 296. There are major imbalances in levels of, ). Operational framework and assets timely information on these resource components is of great value for improving resilience. Weekly 21 ( 26 ), Dehradun, identification of major problem areas, selection of proper season and.. Rural poverty requires urgent attention considered integrated infrastructure interventions and with all their phases ( emergency, post-emergency recovery! 249.96±10.88 in Janata CF and lowest was about 0.532±0.036 in Ambika community forest highest in Ambika forest. 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