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Urban livelihoods : a people-centred approach to reducing poverty / edited by Carole Rakodi with Tony Lloyd-Jones.

Contributor(s): Rakodi, Carole | Lloyd-Jones, Tony, 1947-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London ; Sterling, VA : Earthscan Publications, 2002Description: xxii, 306 p. ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781853838613 (Paperback); 9781853838606 (Hardback).Subject(s): Urban poor -- Developing countries | Community development, Urban -- Developing countriesDDC classification: 362.5091732091724 RAK
Contents:
A livelihoods approach - conceptual issues and definitions ; Economic development, urbanization and poverty / Carole Rakodi -- The urban context and poor people / Sheilah Meikle -- Seeking an understanding of poverty that recognizes rural-urban differences and rural-urban linkages / David Satterthwaite and Cecilia Tacoli -- Living in the present, investing in the future - household security among the poor / Jo Beall -- Municipal government, urban economic growth and poverty reduction - identifying the transmission mechanisms between growth and poverty / Philip Amis -- Support for livelihood strategies / Stuart Rutherford, Malcolm Harper and John Grierson -- Social capital, local networks and community development / Sue Phillips -- Tenure and shelter in urban livelihoods / Geoffrey Payne -- Health, health services and environmental health / Trudy Harpham and Emma Grant -- Infrastructure and environmental health services / Mansoor Ali -- Spatial planning, access and infrastructure / Alison Brown and Tony Lloyd-Jones -- Urban livelihoods - issues for urban governance and management / Nick Devas -- Reducing urban poverty in India - lessons from projects supported by DFID / Susan Loughhead and Carole Rakodi -- The Jamaica Urban Poverty Project / Sue Jones and Kingston Restoration Company -- Strengthening urban livelihoods in Zambia - PUSH II and PROSPECT / David Sanderson and Darren Hedley -- Lessons from the experience of some urban poverty-reduction programmes / David Satterthwaite -- Issues in designing new projects and programmes / Sue Jones.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

A livelihoods approach - conceptual issues and definitions ; Economic development, urbanization and poverty / Carole Rakodi -- The urban context and poor people / Sheilah Meikle -- Seeking an understanding of poverty that recognizes rural-urban differences and rural-urban linkages / David Satterthwaite and Cecilia Tacoli -- Living in the present, investing in the future - household security among the poor / Jo Beall -- Municipal government, urban economic growth and poverty reduction - identifying the transmission mechanisms between growth and poverty / Philip Amis -- Support for livelihood strategies / Stuart Rutherford, Malcolm Harper and John Grierson -- Social capital, local networks and community development / Sue Phillips -- Tenure and shelter in urban livelihoods / Geoffrey Payne -- Health, health services and environmental health / Trudy Harpham and Emma Grant -- Infrastructure and environmental health services / Mansoor Ali -- Spatial planning, access and infrastructure / Alison Brown and Tony Lloyd-Jones -- Urban livelihoods - issues for urban governance and management / Nick Devas -- Reducing urban poverty in India - lessons from projects supported by DFID / Susan Loughhead and Carole Rakodi -- The Jamaica Urban Poverty Project / Sue Jones and Kingston Restoration Company -- Strengthening urban livelihoods in Zambia - PUSH II and PROSPECT / David Sanderson and Darren Hedley -- Lessons from the experience of some urban poverty-reduction programmes / David Satterthwaite -- Issues in designing new projects and programmes / Sue Jones.

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