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17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley An Alternative Sustainable Livelihoods Framework Experience from SL workshops at IFAD.

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1 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley An Alternative Sustainable Livelihoods Framework Experience from SL workshops at IFAD

2 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Background 2002 – ongoing: a series of “SL” workshops have been organised within IFAD (HQ, regions & countries) An opportunity for IFAD staff and consultants to reflect on their experience An opportunity to explore ways of implementing the new IFAD Strategic Framework: The Sustainable Livelihoods Approach used as a “thematic guide” to organise and analyse experience

3 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Introduction SL framework an effective tool for facilitating analysis and identifying “ways forward” Dependent on mode of presentation Several short-comings identified by facilitators

4 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Key issues in the SL framework Poor not central enough – easily “lost” from vision Key “processes” – gender, age, ethnic group, class/caste – not explicitly highlighted “Tradeability” of livelihood assets not indicated Linkages between different elements not sufficiently highlighted Too sequential – left-to-right Aspirations and opportunities missing Little assistance in dealing practically with “PIP box”

5 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley The SL Framework Policies Institutions Processes N S F P H Vulnerability Context Shocks Seasonality Trends Changes influence Livelihood Strategies Livelihood Outcomes

6 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Focussing on the poor ThePoor

7 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Livelihood Assets FinancialPhysical Natural Social Human Personal ThePoor

8 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Unpacking Policies and Institutions Enabling agencies Service providers Financial Physical Natural Social Human Personal The Poor

9 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Unpacking “Processes” Enabling agencies Service providers Financial Physical Natural Social Human Personal The Poor

10 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley An Envelope of Action Enabling agencies Service providers Financial Physical Natural Social Human Personal The Poor

11 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Strong Envelope – People Less Vunerable Enabling agencies Service providers Financial Physical Natural Social Human Personal The Poor

12 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Weak Envelope – People More Vulnerable Enabling agencies Service providers Financial Physical Natural Social Human Personal The Poor

13 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Enabling agencies Service providers Financial Physical Natural Social Human Personal The Poor

14 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Uses A guide for people in the analysis of development practice and issues Encourages discussion and probing Not necessarily easier to explain but more complete Specifically identifies many features – politics, rules, social norms, gender/age/class/ethnic issues – that will help make it more culture specific Still not a magic bullet!

15 17/06/2004IFAD SL Framework - J. Hamilton- Peach & P. Townsley Advantages Addresses some of the “grey areas” identified regarding SL  Places the poor firmly at the centre – makes people visible  Suggests the importance of clear definition of who is at the centre of the analysis  Unpacks the PIP box – more specific regarding key institutions and processes – and provides a more practical approach to analysing institutional and policy issues  Incorporates political dimension more explicitly  Helps understand entry points – based on opportunities and aspirations, possible at different levels (identifying them still depends on good analysis)


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