resilient livelihoods course

  • Resilient-Livelihoods-Course
  • Resilient-Livelihoods-Course

Venue:

Fine Results Research

BY REGISTRATION

Service Provider
Sep 09, 2019 - Sep 13, 2019
08:07 - 05:07

Date Listed: July 16, 2019 (about 1 month ago)

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INTRODUCTION

The world is changing and is becoming more unpredictable and uncontrollable. This holds for both social and natural conditions, with climate change and globalisation being major drivers of change in the world. People around the world are increasingly exposed to extreme weather events, economic crises, food crises, disease epidemics, social instability and political conflicts. The resulting insecurity not only affects the global social and economic systems, but also (local) food systems and their farmers who stand at the basis of food production. This course aims to offer a systems thinking and systems dynamics approach on agriculture as well as skills and tools to design innovative, resilient and sustainable food systems. It looks at how to balance between producing food, managing natural resources, dealing with uncertainty and providing livelihood base for the rural population. It will move beyond the technical realm looking also at the role and involvement of public, private and civil stakeholders for inclusion of social, environmental, economic, and political aspects.

 DURATION

5 Days

COURSE OBECTIVES

By the end of the course, learners will be able to:

·         Understand various terms in food security and risk reduction

·         Gain better understanding of sanitation as well as knowledge and practices of health and hygiene

·         Understand how to improve household food production and consumption (dietary diversity) even at the middle of disaster.

·         Plan how to put up agricultural infrastructure and adopt to agricultural practices that contributes to resilience.

·         Improve home-based livelihood opportunities for the rural poor. Develop and strengthen community-based livelihoods management and disaster preparedness and response mechanisms

 


Event Date
Start Date: September 9, 2019
End Date: September 13, 2019
Event Time
Start Time: 08:07 AM
End Time: 05:07 AM
Event Link
Ticket Online
Ticket Link:
https://bit.ly/2JBrRor

Contact Organizer

Name : Fine Results Research
Contact No. : 0723586520

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