In most rural areas of the world, approximately 90 % of the population is involved in farming as a way of earning a living. J Agric Econ 51(2):289–302. This is because with more resources one is able to afford an education or training which can complement or augment their skills thereby widening their livelihood capabilities, which is not the case for those without resources. 3 J Microfinance/ESR Rev 7(2):13–31. who are already benefiting from the rural focus through innovative ideas. 3 INTRODUCTION The concept of ‘sustainable rural livelihoods’1 is increasingly central to the debate about rural development, poverty reduction and environmental management. ...Nursing Care in Rural Communities MERS virus spread from the Middle East into South Korea, and the Ebola virus crossed borders from Guinea to Liberia, Sierra Leone, Senegal, Mali and Nigeria. Even though microfinance has helped others to boost their businesses and attain financial security to others, it is the contrary (Kondo et al. Organizations have to work with local govt bodies & NGOs to create necessary awareness among the rural customers. | Key words: livelihoods, activities, skills, households, regression, policy, Zambezi, Namibia. 90% of the rural population is concentrated in villages with a population of less than 2000.Rural marketing is as old as the civilization. • Urban markets are crowded and saturated.... ...guidance which has helped me preparing this assignment properly. Areas that are associated with harsh climates may avert investors. Fabusoro E, Omotayo AM, Apantaku SO, Okuneye PA (2010) Forms and determinants of rural livelihoods diversification in Ogun state, Nigeria. This concept was tested in South Africa where a health training component was added to group-based microfinance programmes. Spread of other infectious diseases such as HIV and the risk of disease outbreaks such as measles, chicken pox and scabies are also common. Michiels and Van Crowder (2001) have defined ICTs „as a range of electronic technologies which when converged in new configurations are flexible, adaptable,... ...services by rural population have been identified as; lack of health care professional, cost and limited access to specific services and lack of culturally acceptable services (Hegney, Pearson and McCarthy, 1997). The sustainable livelihood approach offers a holistic and integrative approach with the capacity to analyse and understand the complexity of rural development (Chambers and Conway 1991; Solesbury 2003). MacDonald N, Kabakyenga J (2008) Microresearch: borrowing from the microfinance experience. To be able to make full use of physical capital, there is need for human capital, that is, the required skills, for example to operate machinery and to manage assets. Cohen CR, Steinfeld RL, Weke E, Bukusi EA, Hatcher AM, Shiboski S, Weiser SD (2015) Shamba Maisha: pilot agricultural intervention for food security and HIV health outcomes in Kenya: design, methods, baseline results and process evaluation of a cluster-randomized controlled trial. Diversification of livelihoods increases chances of economic growth and survival of a household. GIZ, The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (2013) giz2013-en-the-contribution-of-transport-to-rural-development-1.pdf. Micro-irrigation pump, seeds and fertilizer. Kondo T, Orbeta A, Dingcong C, Infantado C (2008) Impact of microfinance on rural households in the Philippines. And if the individual who is sick is the one who provides for the household (bread winner), illness may result in serious disruption of the household status. Training/skill development: in order for a household to diversify, there is need for human capital . | It defines the objectives of improving linkages by making marketing interventions. Role of small and intermediate urban centres Introduction Most insights into rural livelihood change are based on snapshots. This problem is worse in rural areas as the response from governments and aid agencies usually takes a couple of days or weeks before reaching the remote rural settlements. Wang, L.; Zhang, J.‐L. In the context of rural livelihood I will discuss mainly human behaviour and how this has contributed to emergence and re-emergence of infectious diseases . This is further complicated by diseases that emerge after the natural disaster. Some of the challenges that have affected rural livelihoods include natural disasters and disease outbreaks . 14. U.P. Chambers R, Conway G (1991) Sustainable livelihood-chambers and conway1991.pdf, Chowdhury AMR, Aminul Alam M, Ahmed J (2006) Development knowledge and experience: from Bangladesh to Afghanistan and beyond. In terms of living in an urban or rural setting the potential residents must compare and contrast four basic items: education, health, jobs and stress. This income can also be used to acquire assets as well as invest in other activities that will bring more income into the household, thereby improving livelihoods and allowing for diversification . Agric Econ Res Rev 25(1). | constant capital rule is set out. | It outlines the purpose of the guide as a framework for studying market linkages. ## Read Rural Livelihood And Food Security ## Uploaded By Astrid Lindgren, rural livelihoods food security and rural transformation under climate change 5 1 introduction rural livelihoods in transition in 2017 34 billion people lived in rural areas most in low 15 and middle income 79 countriesi many deriving their income from A major conclusion is... ...CONTRIBUTION OF ICT IN RURAL SECTOR: • Pre-structural These communities tend to develop habits that later on become the norm for that community from what surrounds them. Abstract The Koshi River basin, a trans-boundary river (originates from the Tibetan Plateau of China passes through Nepal Himalaya, Terai and flood plain areas of Bihar, India), is one of the hotspots of climate change (Nepal, 2016). BACKGROUND Physical capital allows for work to be accomplished faster as well as for diversification. Quirós R, Gonzalez-Vega C (2007) LATIN AMERICA COSTA RICA FINCA. In rural areas this has led to diversification of livelihoods where people are moving away from farm activities and opting to migrate to areas where they can earn more money to sustain their households. These ties are also a basis for access to information that can be of great assistance to the community. Gains and outputs—These are the resources derived from what they do that allows them to earn a living. This paper focuses on the case of rural tourism in illustrating the Introduction In this paper we explore the concept of rural livelihood and demonstrate its relevance for research in the rural sector. Financial capital refers to any liquid medium or mechanism that represents wealth such as money, purchasable items, savings, credit , etc. Soc Sci Med 132:30–37. It’s because there were no road links or deteriorated infrastructure because of the government negligence to build better road network and renovate the damage or ruin health care facilities. The programme works to improve the livelihoods of farmers in the central corridor of Tanzania. Rural population is calculated as the difference between total population and urban population. These include: Poor road network has resulted in certain communities being isolated (GIZ. Any study of rural livelihood change must capture this diversity, focusing on on- and off-farm income, the individual and household material INTRODUCTION: SUSTAINABLE RURAL LIVELIHOOD India’s strong economic growth has consistently tried to include the rural population, which is concentrated in areas where rain fed agriculture is the main economic activity. 1. We call a “livelihood group” a group of people who access similar resources, share similar social and cultural values and have a comparable economic status. J Infect 71:S97–S100. People with big families will venture into as many ways as possible to gain the required resources to support their families. Human behaviour has resulted in a range of environmental and ecological changes, some of which have influenced emergence and re-emergence of infectious diseases . Categories of a household include: People—that is, the individuals and their livelihood capabilities. SOLOTAXONOMY Approach This knowledge can be attained through education , creativity, availability of skills and talents, experience, training and exposure. These bring serious threats to livelihoods with the rural poor being the most affected. 04. Examples of physical capital include equipment such as a tractor on a farm, a sewing machine for a tailor, buildings and computers. There is a common pattern in most developing countries where the very poor and those who are relatively well-off tend to have a more diverse livelihood than the middle range income earners (Ellis 1996). This movement exposes populations to new pathogens that exist in their new found home, at the same time these migrants bring new pathogens to this new environment. Diversification can also refer to attempts undertaken by an individual or a household to find new ways of survival to raise income and endure shocks such as disasters and disease outbreaks (Khatun and Roy 2012). Re-emergence of polio in countries surrounding Afghanistan , Pakistan and parts of Nigeria and surrounding countries is an example of this. A large number of rural e-Governance applications, developed as pilot projects were aimed at offering easy access to citizen services and improved processing of government to citizen transactions. 2008; Moll 2005; Quirós and Gonzalez-Vega 2007; Yadav 2014). The rural poor will mostly be involved in part-time and casual labour that does not require skills. Introduction A common view shared by a number of empirical literatures is that majority of the population in low and lower-middle income countries reside in rural areas, where the agricultural sector People move to new areas in search for work and a better life, this migration determines the choice of livelihoods. BRAC was also able to train community health workers who served the health needs in their communities. In order for a population to survive there is need for livelihoods that would sustain and support their households. Bull World Health Organ 84(8):677–681. Disaster Med Public Health Preparedness 4(1):30–38. This trend has been observed in Uganda , Kenya , Nigeria , and Malawi . This paper presents a brief review of the innovative projects in Information and communication technologies for rural development and how far it has contributed. 1. A household or community that is further from town has poor access to these facilities and has less chance of diversifying. Availability of physical capital boosts productivity and enhances income earned by a household. Many people running away from civil wars and/or regional wars have found themselves hiding in the wild and thereafter migrating to neighbouring countries. Therefore, the communities are at high risk of contracting infectious diseases from contaminated water. The fight started between two drunken supporters outside the field and later emerged into the playing field. Livelihoods are determined by several factors which include (Ellis 2000; Fabusoro et al. Lack of safe water is a major problem after occurrence of a natural disaster . State Rural Livelihood Mission - UPSRLM. • Relational Level Human capital also includes health of an individual, household and community. Availability of capital allows for growth of a business through innovation, diversification and skill enhancement; i.e. These diseases play a role in livelihood sustainability as well as diversification . • There are some organizations like HUL, ITC, LG, Mahindra etc. Sustainable livelihoods are needed for economic growth and development of rural populations. Land is a source of food and income for the rural poor, lack of land therefore leads to lack of food and income hence hunger and malnutrition . 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Rural livelihood is a complex structure comprising of mostly agriculture, with part of the population diversifying into non-farm activities in order to attain a sustainable livelihood to get better income for their households In actuality, they each have their own unique health problems and risks. Rural livelihood poses a great challenge as these populations are often in a state of poverty where they lack the basic necessities for survival . – Rural Marketing is a different ball game. Conflicts have resulted in breakdown of public health measures, including vaccinations and surveillance ; populations from these regions may miss out on vaccinations necessary to protect them from certain infectious diseases . Gender ; where a livelihood is determined by the gender of an individual. Unfortunately, this has also led to introduction of diseases from wild animals to the human population . Boccia D, Hargreaves J, Lönnroth K, Jaramillo E, Weiss J, Uplekar M, Evans CA (2011) Cash transfer and microfinance interventions for tuberculosis control: review of the impact evidence and policy implications. Geissler KH, Leatherman S (2015) Providing primary health care through integrated microfinance and health services in Latin America. Natural disasters can lead to poverty due to loss of income and income generating resources. Community participation in microfinance activities has been successful because individuals see the benefits from their participation (Kondo et al. Poor sanitation is a good source of infectious diseases such as malaria , dengue, leishmaniasis, cysticercosis (tapeworm), cholera and other diarrheal diseases that can easily spread in densely populated areas with poor sanitation. The two communities described above are exposed to two different environments and will likely be exposed to different animals and insects in their habitats. It is common to see more than one livelihood group in a geographical area. BMC Health Serv Res 7:168. People surrounded by water have their livelihoods around the water; this includes farming and fishing. tourism and the nature of its interdependence with rural resources by re-conceptualising the rural resource as a kind of ‘capital asset’ Population Focused Community Health Nursing On the scene the particular player was badly injured and was brought to the clinic.... ...PART A Kollmann TR, Bortolussi R, MacDonald NE (2015) MicroResearch—finding sustainable solutions to local health challenges in East Africa. CONTENTS Livelihoods are an important part of human existence . If each member of such a household is able to attain a skill that brings in income, there is a high probability that the big family will do well. Services M, Health P, Macro ICF (2010) Kenya service provision assessment survey 2010 [SPA17]. Please join StudyMode to read the full document. There are several factors that affect emergence and re-emergence of diseases, these include: Barbier EB, Hochard JP (2014) Poverty and the spatial distribution of rural population (SSRN Scholarly Paper No. Inherited livelihoods; where an individual takes up a livelihood that has been passed on in the family , for example cultivation, pastoralists , fisherman, shopkeeper, artisanal work, etc. Social networks are considered as horizontal associations between individuals, which increase productivity by reducing the costs of doing business and facilitate coordination and cooperation. Availability of Land: apart from human capital , availability of land is also fundamental in rural livelihoods (Barbier and Hochard 2014 ) . People lose their crop, livestock and source of income resulting in loss of their financial capital . • Companies can exploit rural market segment/region to for new opportunities. Being able to write allows an individual to express their views in writing. using two case-study vignettes by way of illustration. This cross-border travel is also another route of spreading infectious diseases . 13. A poor asset base limits a household’s ability to diversify and/or acquire loans or credit. Several projects have reduced the costs, and it also has increased transparency. Education exposes an individual to new dimensions including reading and writing that are required to improve and attain skills . The case study will be elaborating on the significance of rural nursing with regard to emergencies situations in the remote areas. This in turn fuels inequalities and vulnerable communities resort to livelihoods that are unsustainable, affecting the health and well-being of both men and women in different ways (Kim et al. Introduction Objectives of the study Methodology of the study Theoretical discussion Concept of NGOs Historical background of NOGs in Bangladesh Types of NGOs Functional coverage of NGOs Role of NGOs behind the rural development Advantages and disadvantages Findings Jagorani chakra foundation (JCF) Objectives Working area Programs Programs related rural development Exceptional and successes of JCF Achievements of JCF Concluding remark 01. Keywords: Livelihood Diversification, Labour Engagement, Nigeria, Share of Income. Seiber EE, Robinson AL (2007) Microfinance investments in quality at private clinics in Uganda: a case-control study. This small-scale market boom has also resulted in the rise of theft for those who want to make quick money. | It provides a summary of the overall process that is recommended by the guide. These communities will hunt animals in the forest as their source of food and will eat fruits and berries and other plant products that are available in the forest, they also cut down trees to harvest firewood and timber, and wild mushrooms for sale to realize income. There have many debates over the years about who has the better quality of life, including less health problems, those who live in rural communities or those that live in the urban city communities. Not affiliated Increase in population; this means with increase in food demands, there is more pressure to produce enough food and enough income to sustain growing families. The students will then transfer to the nearest city/town to attend high school. Lack of employment and/or loss of livelihood, the impact of HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses on a household and lack of income have rendered both men and women vulnerable to poverty. Most of the current emerging diseases are zoonotic meaning that they are transferred from animals to humans. Some of the activities that fall under rural livelihood include: Animal herding including livestock farming ; Artisan work , for example, weaving and carving; Providing services in transport and other available services; A livelihood comprises the capabilities, assets (stores, resources , claims and access) and activities required for a means of living: a livelihood is sustainable which can cope with and recover from stress and shocks , maintain or enhance its capabilities and assets, and provide sustainable livelihood opportunities for the next generation; and which contributes net benefits to other livelihoods at the local and global levels and in the short and long term (Chambers and Conway 1991). 09. Angelo State University In rural populations where their livelihood is dependent on land and other natural resources , a natural disaster deprives these communities of their human capital. Without their kind co-operation in all respect it would not been possible for me to prepare this assignment. Depending on the location of an individual or a household , they can be faced with assorted constraints and challenges . Population growth is not solely in larger metropolitan centres - the mega cities. – Agriculture’s share in overall GDP is going down, but, India still lives in her villages. The outcomes showed that it is possible to achieve broader health benefits when there is partnership between health, economic and social sectors when implementing interventions (Kim et al. Focus Note 24(24):1–11. Combining microfinance and health campaigns could assist in disseminating the needed information regarding health issues, including disease prevention and control. However, ability to raise collateral and to pay back the loan is critical in fuelling diversification; otherwise poverty levels have increased with resultant loss of assets for non-payment of loans. A livelihood is the set of capabilities, assets 11. As shown in Table 1, estimates of urban population increases vary widely, from a doubling to a trebling over a 20-year period. Retrieved from. The livelihood of the poor is gruelling as they find themselves in a state of poverty and lack basic necessities . Better-off families are able to diversify more favourably than poor families as they possess the financial and social capital that is lacking in the poor families. Rural livelihoods is a key area for understanding how gender operates in limiting or expanding men and women’s access, options and choices regarding the use of … Drawing on recent thinking by ecological economists, an approach based on the concept of the There is then a high risk of transmission of infectious diseases including measles, meningitis , cholera, malaria and other acute respiratory diseases . Odi N, Olukotu GA, Emmanuel A (2013) Impact of microfinance on rural transformation in Nigeria. This service is more advanced with JavaScript available, Infectious Diseases and Rural Livelihood in Developing Countries An increased dependency ratio will push the household into diversifying into other activities that can bring more income to the household (Khatun and Roy 2012). Lack of credit is a constraint to diversification as the risk of failure of the new market can heavily affect the financial status of the household––hence most households are less willing to diversify. 03. Introduction As a result the poor make very little income, which results in failure to create opportunities that could earn them more money, and they are denied opportunities to improve their status—an example of low human capital (Ellis 1996). Buckley G (1997) Microfinance in Africa: is it either the problem or the solution? Increased migration; this has also resulted in development of squatter homes with poor sanitation. Spontaneous livelihoods; that are taken up due to desperate situations where what an individual does is in principle determined by social economic and ecological situation. Ms. Carter The other aim is to ponder over the achievements and the failures of ICT in the sustainable development march. By 2030, 60 percent of the world’s population are expected to be living in urban areas. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 15(6):37–49. The concept of livelihood has now been added to Due to the crowding, the displaced communities are at high risk of contraction of these diseases. Page 02 02 02 03 03 04 05 06 08 09 10 10 11 12 13 15 15 16 17 A benefit to this is that the student to teacher ratio is about 15:1(Richardson), whereas bigger towns and cities have an average student to teacher ratio of 30:1(Blankenship). The community health nurse plays an extremely important role in rural America. It is a process of building rural households’ capital by pursuing different group of activities to advance their standard of living (Ellis, 1998). of economic, social, political and environmental influences. Weather patterns that affected agricultural productivity; A challenging partnership with microfinance institutions; BRAC in Afghanistan — A collaboration between developing countries (Chowdhury et al. Is it possible to create saving and credit cooperatives that can support health research and health service delivery in developing countries? Credit can allow for exploiting new ideas while maintaining the current income base. Asian Development Bank: At, Solesbury W (2003) Sustainable livelihoods : a case study of the evolution of DFID Policy London. This is very common in developing countries where there is lack of rapid response and availability of aid to the victims. The case of rural tourism The review was made on determinants and challenges of livelihood diversification in Ethiopia. At the family level, the more the skills in a household, the more they can venture into different markets thereby widening their ability to make money and support their family. NRLM - National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) was launched by the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), Government of India in June 2011. Climatic change which has affected arthropods; Pathogens acquiring new virulence traits. It can also be defined as saved-up wealth that can be used to start-up or maintain a business. Due to variations in ability to access the basic necessities, there are people who are rich, able to acquire all their basic necessities without difficulty and those that are poor, and lack one or more of the their basic necessities. Introduction of the public employment programs, such as MGNREGA, have also facilitated a faster move towards the rural non-farm sector, yet these livelihood avenues are a last resort means for those in the lower income quintile, casting doubts on the long-run welfare of this transition. Through provision of micro loans, including follow-up and careful evaluation of their work, BRAC is a success story in the use of microfinance for human development. Natural capital includes land , water , air, living organisms and all ecosystems on the Earth that are necessary for human survival and well-being. Apart from economic empowerment for small-scale entrepreneurs can microfinance be beneficial in health research? advantages of adopting a sustainable development approach to identifying suitable policies and strategic action plans to assist in The reliance on agriculture though tends to decrease when household income levels rise, as observed in sub-Saharan Africa . 06. Dependency ratio: measures the pressure on the productive population . CHAPTER 1 World Dev 38(1):48–63. At an individual level, diversification in markets and ways of making a living can also aid in raising social capital and status. 2010-09-01 00:00:00 INTRODUCTION Livelihood diversification is defined as the process by which rural families construct a diverse portfolio of activities and social support capabilities in order to survive and improve their standard of living. 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