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Non Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) for Sustained Livelihood: Challenges and Strategies
The natural resources constitute the basis for the fulfilment of basic needs of the poor people in the rural areas. This study considers the role of natural resource utilisation as a poverty reduction strategy in the rural areas. The livelihood activities of the rural were identified; the available natural resources in the locality and the use to which these resources are put were equally determined.
The study was carried out at Ife-central local government area of Osun state. A multistage sampling procedure was used to select members of the Fadama user group in the area.
The survey was conducted using structured questionnaire to collect information from the respondents. This book is the output of empirical research on communities and livelihood strategies in developing countries. Local governance is identified as crucial in ensuring sustainable livelihoods as it ensures healthy collaboration between communities, on the one hand and civil society and those communities, on the other hand, in promoting self-sustaining development trajectories.
Similarly, the role of social capital is not ignored as it brings in community drive and a sense of purpose, direction and solidarity among community members which facilitates problem solving in periods of crises and disasters.
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Discusses innovative livelihood and agricultural innovation adoption by farmers, including efforts to propagate organic farming Shows the impact of changing climate on crop yields and short- and long-term revenues of farmers with adequate incorporation of adaptive responses in Ghana and Nepal Assesses rural institutions, namely, village officers, neighborhood groups, village parliament and village development committees and community-based self-help initiatives to sustain decentralized rural development see more benefits.
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