It appears in the ‘short books for big ideas’ agrarian and peasant studies series, and tries to offer a readable overview of the key debates, as well as suggesting important new directions.
The Last Mile in Ending Extreme Poverty will be a classic book for the era of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) towards 2030.
Can social protection lift up households out of poverty sustainably? The keyword of this sentence is ‘sustainably’.
What components or types of social protection programmes most effectively reduce poverty and vulnerability? What about impacts on a local economy?
New research reveals livelihood strategies in rural Cambodia. Taking a case of Stung Treng, the paper identifies rural livelihood strategies for different household clusters, and analyse selected livelihood activities.
Shifting the paradigm from charity to investment is necessary. People with disabilities are regarded as a passive recipient of supports, and considered for the subject of pity and sympathy.
People with disability account for 15 percent of the world population. “Why should not we focus on disability is a proper questions?” Dr. Kamal Lamichhane says.
Disability and poverty have a clear association. In Nepal, when people with disability have at least 9 years of schooling, they are not likely to live in poverty.
An innovative collaboration sends out a strong message into the world, “Growth is dead, long live growth: The quality of economic growth and why it matters”.
Socio-Economic Atlas of Kenya estimates that Kakamega is the poorest county in Kenya.