4 edition of Impalila Island Conservancy institutions and livelihood approaches evolution found in the catalog.
by Community Based Natural Resources Management Programme, Social Science Division in Windhoek, Namibia
Written in English
|Other titles||Impalila report, MRCC research|
|Series||MRCC research report|
|Contributions||University of Namibia. Multidisciplinary Research and Consultancy Centre.|
|LC Classifications||HC940.Z7 I47 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||2004410203|
The Institutional Analysis and Development (IAD) framework serves as a multidisciplinary tool used to frame policy research on common pool resources, i.e. resources jointly managed and/or used by a group rather than by an individual (Ostrom, , Ostrom, , Ostrom and Cox, , Ostrom et al., ).The IAD framework serves the purpose of our research in that it Cited by: 2. Carney, D. (ed.) (): Sustainable Rural Livelihood's, London, Department for International Development. Carole Rakodi and Tony Lloyd-Jones (): Urban livelihoods: a people-centred approach to reducing poverty, Earthscan Publisher, Dept. for .
Multipurpose mosaic (“ecoagriculture”) landscapes can serve the purpose of land sharing to combine objectives of agricultural production and biodiversity conservation. Rewarding the people who shape and maintain those landscapes could act as a mechanism to generate added-value representing an indirect payment for ecosystem services. We investigated the feasibility of such an approach Cited by: 5. conservation and the environment in namibia. a r e n a m i b i aâ€ s c a r n i vo r e s at r i s k? mining and the. environment h u m a n -w i l d l i f e.
Jones, B. () Policy lessons from the evolution of a community-based approach to wildlife management, Kunene Region, Namibia. Journal of International Development – Langholz, J. & Kerley, G. () Combining conservation and development on private lands: an assessment of ecotourism-based private game reserves in . I followed a Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) approach in this research, including case study and a variety of qualitative field tools (Chambers ; Berg ).Semi-structured interviews were conducted in Namibia in and with key informants involved in CBNRM from NGOs, government ministries, conservancy communities and the national research .
Ouachita system [by] Peter T. Flawn [and others]
inscription on the cross
Its really up to you: you & alcohol.
Lectures on modern novelists: William Golding, J. D. Salinger, Jack Kerouac, Thomas Wolfe, Henry James [and] David Michael Jones
making of Scotland
Under the influence
Entrusted with spiritual leadership
The Illustrated World Atlas
Fundamentals of Math 106
impact of traumatic disability on adults and their families in Brazil and United Kingdom.
Construction project management
religious and historical paintings of Jan Steen
"The evolution of language has been described as the hardest problem in science, fraught with conflict, entrenched views, and misunderstandings between the multifarious disciplines involved.
Fitch guides us through this tangled and often treacherous domain with clarity, equanimity, and encyclopedic by: "I'm an evolutionary biologist and a Christian," states Stanford professor Joan Roughgarden at the outset of her groundbreaking new book, Evolution and Christian Faith: Reflections of an Evolutionary Biologist.
From that perspective, she offers an elegant, deeply satisfying reconciliation of the theory of evolution and the wisdom of the by: What are the major movements since the late s that have influenced the evolution of human resources management.
Island Conservancy institutions and livelihood approaches evolution. This present study examines the impact of conservancies on community livelihoods and the environment by the example of Impalila Conservancy, a conservancy located in the most north-eastern part of.
Boundary-making in Conservancies: The Namibian Experience 97 Mayuni Conservancy is in north eastern Namibia, in the Zambezi region. The conservancy covers km 2 with an approximate population.
In several recent papers (5,26,31,40, 44, 47,48), the sustainable livelihoods approach functioned as a bridge between theory and methods by enabling scholars to Author: Olivier Serrat. Studies project ‘Breaking new ground: Approaches to people-centred natural resource management for development in southern Africa’ () Centre for Applied Social Sciences University of Zimbabwe PO Box MP Mount Pleasant Harare Zimbabwe Tel: + 4.
The livelihoods concepts and methodological approaches in this book are rooted in this more holistic view. The livelihoods framework is not restricted to analysing rural livelihoods.
It has important applications in understanding urban livelihoods and vulnerability and the linkages between rural and urban Size: KB.
The book looks at the role of social institutions and the politics of policy, as well as issues of identity, gender and generation. The relationships between sustainability and livelihoods are examined, and the book situates livelihoods analysis within a wider political economy of environmental and agrarian change.
COMMUNITY-BASED NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Christo Fabricius Rhodes University, South Africa Keywords: Biodiversity, common property, livelihoods, participation, tenure, natural resource management, community Contents 1.
Introduction 2. Benefits of Community-Based Natural Resource Management Financial Benefits Non-Financial File Size: KB. governments, institutions, NGOs and – local communities determine who will take what role in making the changes Case study: Senegal Mangrove restoration to ensure sustainable livelihoods Senegal still has somehectares of mangrove estuaries in the Casamance and Sine Saloum regions, hectares have been lost since the s.
A livelihood portfolio theory of social protection Chris de Neubourg Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Maastricht University Brussels, December 9th, Livelihood portfolio decisions within the welfare pentagon We make use of the basic economic assumption that individuals and households1 maximize income under constraints.
What has the author Alfons Wabahe Mosimane written. Natural resources 'Impalila Island Conservancy institutions and livelihood approaches evolution' -. Sustainable Livelihoods from Theory to Conservation Practice 3 Foreword There was time not too long ago when conservation was seen to be mainly the purview of the ecological sciences.
Now the reality is widely appreciated that conservation is primarily about managing ourselves, people, and the societies we create. Sustainable Livelihood Approach: A critical analysis of theory and practice. Geographical Paper No. Stephen Morse Department of Geography, University of Reading, UK @ Nora McNamara and Moses Acholo Diocesan Development Services (DDS), Idah, Kogi State, Nigeria November Series Editor: n.
Ndeinoma, A & Freerk Wiersum, K. Diversity of governance arrangements for indigenous natural products in communal areas of Namibia, Forests, Trees and Livelihoods. Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 26(2). Wildlife hazards and disaster risk reduction.
Kasika and Impalila conservancy plans, developed in partnership with The choice of a proactive approach is. Chapter 3 explores the conservancy approach in practice, using the example of the Tsiseb Conservancy to show the origins of conservancies, their function and : Caroline Ashley.
This Guidance represents a significant evolution in the conservation approach of the Conservancy. The motivations for the evolution and the differences with previous approaches are elaborated upon in the 20th Anniversary Edition of Conservation by Design.
This version of Conservation by Design, CbDis centeredFile Size: 3MB. (i) conducted site visits and validation surveys; (ii) selected 8 project sites (villages) in 2 sub-districts and targeted livelihood direct beneficiaries (households), of which are women; (iii) provided 48 enterprise skills development training activities (production skills, group management, book keeping, marketing, certification for.
1. Introduction. Ecosystem services (ES) are indispensable to human livelihoods. Generally, rural households’ livelihoods (esp. the poor people’s) to a large extent depend on continuous flow of ecosystem services (Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, ; Fang et al., ).The links between ecosystem services and livelihoods are complex, dynamic, locally specific, and Cited by: 5.1.
Small and frequent hazards in disaster risk reduction. There is an increasing call from both scholars and practitioners for considering small and frequent hazards within disaster risk reduction (DRR) policies.Most commonly, these policies focus on extreme and rare events, backed up by a wealth of evidence from academic research as well as data on losses collected by Cited by: 1.This study analyses the livelihoods of marine ﬁshing communities in the Indian coastal state of Orissa using the sustainable livelihoods approach.
It investigates the relationships between livelihoods and coastal poverty and seeks to develop simple qualitative indicators to monitor the changes in these relationships over time.