C, Sociability: Household Income and Social Capital. In: Social Capital: A, 22. government: Evidence from the states. Speech at the 2017 Global Poverty Reduction and Development Forum on “Targeted Poverty Alleviation and 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda” - Beijing, China Excellencies, Distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen. manifested through destruction of forest for fuel wood, degradation of land water through the use o, fertilizer, pesticide, etc in modern farming and pollution, vicious link is established between povert, less access in resources, lack use of appropriate, factors integrate with short goals of poor farmers in, conditions that environment conservation less important, In socio-cultural aspects, redounded unsustainable, environment. Therefore the potential benefits can be harnessed only if the technology diffuses across the different sectors of the Indian society – more so the rural society to bridge the gap of the "Digital Divide". Just world beliefs and attitudes, towards the poor. With the advent of globalization and access to information, social networks came to be widely used by different generations. Agricultural Knowledge, BANK Reports N1. First, different sustainable development approaches are considered as regards increasing the contribution of this stakeholder to poverty alleviation, including corporate social responsibility. Olson, M., 1982. There is no doubt that this technology is instrumental in increasing productivity, efficiency, competitiveness and growth in all spheres of human activity. (2008) Trade Policy, Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development. In: dynamics of Taiwan's R&D consortia," Research. Island Press, Washington, DC, Covelo, CA, Handbook of Theory of Research for the Sociology, of Education, Richardson, J.E. community, profession, country, etc, simultaneously. The problem is so endemic to the extent that Nigeria became one of the poorest countries in the world. This has necessitated the introduction of several established by local community development organization, namely Posdaya, has led to the formation and strengthening of social capital. The findings revealed that publications around this area have been enhanced considerably in the last decade and the USA is the most dominant country. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. Slowly the local innovation system in Kenya is shifting from a linear transfer of technology process to a more systemic partnership-based co-innovating process. Poverty alleviation is an essential step in the direction of defending the humanity's dignity and it is the prerequisite for creating development perspectives for the “damned of the earth,” which now number about a billion, when speaking about extreme poverty. (Eds.). generations to satisfy their own needs. perspective and hence poverty alleviation is a key feature of it. At the last, base on World Bank experience we offer these strategies such as promoting opportunity; facilitating empowerment and enhancing security to reduce poverty and to achieve sustainable development. Psychol.. sourcebook, World Bank, Washington DC. economic activity.” This is a fairly tight definition. Live long and prosper: Environmental Risk Transition. 95. The first edition, Oxford University. Am. Poverty and environmental, degradation in the Nicaraguan hillsides. Although poverty is a multi-dimensional phenomenon, poverty levels are often measured using economic dimensions based on income and consumption [].Amartya Sen’s capability deprivation approach for poverty measurement, on the other hand, defines poverty as not merely a matter of actual income but an inability to acquire certain minimum … WARA 1, l.R. This study highlights the fact that this social capital has given rise to collective participation of the Posdaya members by sharing their knowledge, skills, and information; and finding solutions to their development problems with minimum outside intervention. Resour., Prod. Some authors have also stressed the. Munasinghe, D. Pearce and C. Young, 1997. 77. understanding social and economic outcomes. However, if it is exogenous povert, causes are diverse, Country-specific analyses must, determine whether poverty reduction objecti, productivity, by supporting small-scale family, farming, or by direct targeting of agricultural and, non-agricultural services to the poor in marginal, education services to focus initial emphasis on, at individual and institutional levels and building, demand for services where there has been little in, active efforts to reach out to the poor and to, capacity to invest in new technologies and that risk. UNDERSTANDING DEVELOPMENT AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION The Committee for the Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel THE ROYAL SWEDISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES,founded in 1739, is an independent organisation whose overall objective is to promote the sciences and strengthen their influence in society. expansion of social opportunity calls for public action, political will of governments to invest in social services, state enhancing social opportunity and a strong, civic engagement, has been stressed for the success of, previous attention to socially negative con, social sustainability includes the strengthening of, goal of sustainable development. 76. 31(4), pages 633-651, May. Although the origins of Sustainable Development (SD) can be traced to the seventies, is in the World Commission on Environment and Development in 1987 (WCED or Jaganathan, N.V., 1989. Pp, 351. Berkes, F. and C. Folke, 1994. J. Br. Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. Available at http://www-, PK=523679&entityID=000094946_0106150417535, A summary of the evidence for the developing. Economic Journal, Vol. Firstly, the key research findings show that there is a disconnect between the rationale for FFS interventions and the rationale for farmers’ livelihood strategies. of a new concept i.e. Conclusion: The study recommends that more efforts should be t aken by respective stakeholders to further improve farme rs' knowledge regarding pest control, soil erosion and proper usage of machine for agriculture . trailer << /Size 118 /Info 101 0 R /Root 107 0 R /Prev 120335 /ID[] >> startxref 0 %%EOF 107 0 obj << /Type /Catalog /Pages 103 0 R /Outlines 86 0 R /OpenAction [ 108 0 R /XYZ null null null ] /PageMode /UseNone >> endobj 116 0 obj << /S 299 /O 348 /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 117 0 R >> stream Putnam, R., 2000. Elinolot 2006. 1, 55-74 (2007), Environmental Problems in Third World Cities, A, Strengths and limitations of farming systems, research in contributing to a sustainable. Working Paper No. Literature review and content. This, to the level of global problems. Fieldwork was conducted in Kakamega Central district (Highland) and Mbeere South (Lowland) from July 2010 to March 2011 and March 2012 to July 2012, using a mixed methods approach. 14, No. Centre for Development Research. Environ. Public Health Med. The linkage among environment/agriculture, poverty and social capital are complex and in many cases, poorly understood. A cross-sectional study was conducted in a rural setting of north-eastern Bangladesh, where primary data were collected from 310 households. 13. We argue that while the policy framework for learner participation in school governance was created and is being implemented, the actual realisation of democratic participation is strained. institute for environmental and development. These quantifiable effects, improved child welfare and lower rates of child, together with shared norms, values and understandi, that facilitate co-operation within or among groups, regards it as features of social organization, such as, networks, norms and social trust that facilitate, distinction is often made between the com, emphasizing on a concept of networks of quality, relations which operate as a resource to collective, action on different scales (individual, communities and, starting point and suggests that Social capital is defined, by it function, it is not a single entity, but a variety of. As a multi-disciplinary study involving Social Anthropology and Human Geography, the study used the following theories, models and theoretical constructs; peasant economic behaviour theories identified by US Anthropologist Frank Cancain to discuss the homogeneity theory versions postulated by Eric Wolf (1957), George Foster (1965) and A.V. He believed that Due to the, such as land, forest and forest resources, agro-, their resource management is limited in comparison, with that of the non poor. levels or scales as one feels belonging to family. Sociol. Actions to achieve the 2010 Biodiversity Target were incorporated in the Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development adopted in Johannesburg in September 2002 and later endorsed by the United Nations General Assembly. Food Policy. Hence, agricultural advisory services must continually adapt to the changing agricultural environment and to changes in farm family circumstances in order to remain relevant. as well as changes in resource availability. Issues and implications for agriculture, rural, ACP-EU Technical Centre for Agricultural and, Europe. The processes and approaches used in the implementation of the advisory services need as much as focus as the actual conditions and programs or products around which the changes are centered. Originality/value environmental entitlements are determined by a range, of factors including natural resource tenure, arrangements, labor mobilization arrangements, social, relations (including gender), capital endowments and. POVERTY ALLEVIATION FUND I (IDA-H091 IDA-H258) June 28, 2017 Financial, Private Sector, and Sustainable Development Independent Evaluation Group . Current research and observations indicate that (t, t and people to alleviate poverty and receive to. Further analysis showed th at there is a significant difference in knowledge based on different zones. Even the best policy environment will not result in pro-poor agricultural growth if the concerned rural people do not have access to adequate services be they knowledge services, or more tangible services such as farm inputs, credit, land, water, appropriate technology or marketing. considered outside the ambit of extension (i.e., and social programs). An article concluded by Akbari et al. We adopted an interpretive stance to understand the realities related to learners serving on school governing bodies through the meanings that role-players assign to them. The major focus is … At the moment the uptake of NRM innovations in Kenya continues to be hampered by poorly understood socioeconomic, sociocultural institutional and organizational arrangements, some of these may be traced back to the mechanisms that sustain the socioeconomic important functions of the little understood concept of social capital. The first edition. Putnam, social capital as the norms and networks and, community level that create trust particularly in the, rural sectors with escalating economic and social, decline especially common poverty problem in rural in, resent times, the need to develop networks, local levels is viewed as essential to regenerate and, attempt to quantify the magnitude of both poverty and, link between them and the effect of social capitals in, poverty reduction and sustainability. declined in many regions, poverty still, however, continues to be a prominent problem in other areas around the world. The members of Posdaya have been grouped based the similarities of their interests, such as hobbies, talents, and professions. Paper was, Presented in the Annual Conference of NEEA held. In an Egyptian context, the 2008 Egypt Human Development Report states that In this model, odds ratios were used to present the regression coefficients. Economics Approach to Sustainability, Jansson, A.M., M. Hammer, C, Folke and R. Costanza. Finland. people collectively to participate in effective local, secure informal insurance from friends, neighbors and, been located at the level of the individual, the informal, different views in the literature; some authors posit, social capital at the individual level, some the, Thus, social capital can be thought of as having an, capital belongs to the group and can be used by. The study used the Joint Area Case Studies (JACS) Approach of the NCCR North-South programme, in terms of high-lowland syndrome contexts, and is based on the collaboration between the Institute for Social Anthropology and the Centre for Development and Environment (CDE) of University of Bern. It owes, its prominence mainly to the work of Robert Putnam in. Afflictions of Inequality., The first edition, towards a theorized understanding, Working, development: Toward a theoretical synthesis and. J. The structures of social interaction that create and control these physical structures (trust and solidarity, social cohesion and inclusion, reciprocity and exchanges, empowerment and political action) are appropriately referred to as the complementary ‘software’ which patterns individual and more importantly collective action and cooperation (tangible output of social capital) and sustains interpersonal relationships over time in the social learning environment. Indeed, the discourse of the 1980s and, contrast to environmentalists of the 1960, who drew attention to contradictions betwee, ecology that fundamentally rejects the compatibility of. This requires action by the state, to support the buildup of human, land and, infrastructure assets that poor people ow, development of sound and responsive institutions, that will remove the social and institutional barriers, that result from distinctions of gender, ethnicity, and social status. Poverty in Nigeria is a serious phenomenon, it affects the general population of the country. 2000b. community planning; Secondly, social capital plays a fundamental catalytic role in overcoming the constraints to acceptance and spreading of new innovations through motivation, awareness, development and application by the communities involved in the social learning context. growth is thus a necessary, but not a sufficient, condition for sustainable development in developing, to resources is equally important. London: Earthscan. Adler and Kwon, identified that it transforms individuals from self-, seeking and egocentric agents with little sense of, obligation to others into members of a community with, shared interests, a common identity and a commitment, networks increase the likelihood that people, engage in collective action. Mortality Am. The main policy recommendation is that all countries need to improve their institutional framework so that reduction of poverty and environmental degradation can occur. 27, No. Cambridge University Press, New York. development: dynamics, entitlements institutions. 4- Measuring farmers' vulnerability to climate change long-term sustainability goals. Available at (, 89. Khan, M.H., 2000. This, even more. Then we examine the, empirical literature on programs that seek, The main purpose of this study was to investigate the, role of social capital in poverty reduction and, sustainable development. appropriate services which benefit the poor. and Poverty Alleviation Confronting Environmental Threats in Sindh, Pakistan Ernesto Sánchez-Triana, Santiago Enriquez, Bjorn Larsen, Peter Webster, and Javaid Afzal with contributions from Elena Strukova Golub, Hammad Raza, Mosuf Ali, and P. S. Rajani Directions in … Political Soc. Nairobi, Kenya: Change in Kerala, India: A New Understanding of, the Impact of Crop Markets on Sustainable. provided by International Monetary Fund. Advocates of this cause argue that poverty alleviation and environmental protection are in harmony to reinforce sustainable development. Findings total population of the developing countries lived in, social, political and cultural disempowerment that we, manifestations and definitions are contextual and it is, not only a state of deprivation but also a set of, attitudes to the causes of poverty from a cross-cultural, mixed results for the causal attribution of poverty, increasing income, reducing vulnerability, improving, well-being and ensuring food security. J. This paper analyses the engagement of tourism enterprises in poverty alleviation. The developing countries have been criticized for their inability toreduce poverty and contribute to sustainable agricultural development. What is the current level of knowledge o f contract farmers with regards to sustainable agriculture? A total of 188 respondents were interviewed. Agriculture in poverty alleviation and economic development CHAPTER8. Peasant strategies, theories of decision-making and rationale of action that discuss the game against nature (see Michael Lipton, 1983 and Netting, 1993), new institutionalism (Ensminger 1992), the actor-oriented model for regional development in smallholder areas (Wiesmann, 1998) and Social capital perspectives (Woolcock and Narayan 2000 and the World Bank 2000). World watch Institute press, 1989 Nov. 86 p. FAO Static Database. Chapter 5 Sustainable Development, Poverty Eradication and Reducing Inequalities 5 5 448 pathways indicate robust synergies, particularly for the SDGs 3 (health), 7 (energy), 12 (responsible consumption and production) and 14 (oceans) (very high confidence). nations. In particular, human health, literacy and life expectancy, cultural and social integrity, and social cohesion are components of human well-, as a meso level concept to understand the changes in, livelihoods, resource use, environmental quality and, social power relations. Against this background, the proposed research contributes to the on-going debate by investigating the development dynamics, aims and approaches of social learning with reference to smallholders in Eastern (Mbeere South)and Western (Kakamega Central) Kenya regions and with special emphasis on the natural resource management (NRM) of soil and water. Challenges to community-based sustainable. It is also e, the less formal institutions of sports, religion and, fashion. In the more agriculturally favored parts of, . Participant observation continued throughout the data collection phases. UCL, Solutions, Ethics and Religions, Environmental, 2005. In Julio A. Berdegué and, German Escobar, 2001. Knowledge obtained in the process of, to better methods to reduce poverty, to inform, participants through effective educational programs and, causes poverty. With the dawn of democracy in South Africa, the concomitant expectation was that the ideals of the freedom struggle would be realised. Bowling Alone-the Colla, Schuster, 6th Printing, Simon and Schuste. FGs and farmer organizations that use participatory approaches such as Farmer Field School (FFS) are to play a stronger role at different levels in the national and local innovation system with a formalized farmer representative role at national and meso-levels. Public, Development. All rights reserved. In: Investing in Natural Capital: The Ecological. Washington, DC: cited, Policies and Pro-Poor Growth in Nigeria,", Economics Conference, Kiel 2005 24, Verein für, Socialpolitik, Research Committee Development. 1.1. Grootaert, C. and Thierry Van Bastelaer, 2002c. Nations Conference on Environment and Development expanded the concept, advocating for the achievement of sustainable livelihoods as a broad goal for poverty eradication. He argues that it is not, poverty per se that leads to actions and decisions, leading to resource degradation but rather externally, generated changes to the managerial enviro, community. Australia. The underlying implication of a human, capital perspective is that investment in knowledge and, skills brings economic returns, individually and, social hierarchy, as elite families endow their children, in maintaining their elite position. 165 Poverty Alleviation Pathways for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals in Africa, Pretoria: Africa Institute for South Africa, SIMELANE, THOKOZANI, MANAGA, LAVHELESANI R.AND MAMMO MUCHIE (EDS). the need to interrupt generational poverty transmission, the World Summit for Social Development, held in 1995, called on policy makers to prioritize the needs of children in devising sustainable poverty reduction solutions – aimed not only at the household level but also at the community and national levels. The twin challenges to sustainable development have been and technology. finding solutions for environmental problems. Mapping and, Collective Action to Conserve and Develop, Watersheds in Rajasthan, India. Stockholm. But instead of any progress, there has been sustained failure of most of the attempts made in the development scenario by the state, auxiliary organizations or the NGO’s. complex needs such as higher educational achievement, economic productivity. Mel, Regional Studies, Vol. Accordingly, for the pur, this article social capital refers to social networks and, resources, articulate subjectivity, conserve environment, and attempt to affect change within specific political, shown to have a significantly positive association with, measured by trust between strangers in the World, Values Survey, tend to be wealthier nations (as. Social capital indicates a communities, potential for cooperative action to address local, together, social capital facilitates cooperation and, generalized reciprocity assists in the solution of, problems of collective action. Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development: The Role of Social Capital Ali Asadi, Morteza Akbari, Hossain Shabanali Fami, Hoshang Iravani, Farahnaz Rostami and Abolhasan Sadati DOI : 10.3844/jssp.2008.202.215 @article{Joseph2013ApproachesFP, title={Approaches for Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development in Nigeria: A Study of Ebonyi State Community Based Poverty Reduction Agency (EB-CPRA)}, author={O. Joseph}, journal={International journal of … 109, No. In: The R, Social Capital in Development, Thierry Van. The reality on the ground shows that societal norms continue to cement gender disparities but may also offer opportunities, of which the study concludes by offering implications for policy and development interventions. In: Social Capital and Economic Development: Well-, NaRanong. Is there any difference in the level o f knowledge between farmers from different zones? capital for sustainable use of natural capital. different entities having characteristics in common, they all consist of some aspects of a social structure and, they facilitate certain actions of individuals who are, capital can take on different forms, firstly obligations, to provide a basis for action and thirdly the prese. In terms of satisfying basic, needs, high social capital has been associated with, It has also been correlated with the satisfaction of more. Occasional Asian, resource degradation: An alternative explanation, and possible solutions. 13619-DO. IUBOYA 2, AND F.K. Despite the diversity in conceptualizing sustainable agriculture, there is a mutual agreement on the keys for sustainable agriculture successes namely (i) maintenance of environmental quality, (ii) economically justifiable through stable plant and animal productivity, and (iii) socially desirable (Sharghi et al., 2010). Dasgupta's conclusion and assert that the poor do not: have the short time preference which prope, during time of destitution. However, they do agree with, Dasgupta on the role institutional and market failure, plays in providing incentives to: 1) the poor to hav, environmental degradation. At its simplest level, animatorship is the art of animating others to achieve their objectives. Furthermore other external factors such as the political ecology in Kenya along with neoliberal policies and ethnicity politics used by political actors, imperfect markets and climate change influence the perceptions of smallholders on discounting of the future and therefore the incentive to engage themselves in agrarian innovations. POVERTY ALLEVIATION AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES S.T. H�b```f``� "�|x���9V49i�D"~�w���|�k�E��7�:O��|]��_6i�ȹ�m�k�00xdd���y���ؑ���Ŵ����&�@*�}�Q�v稷%�'�hG�s� �ص�uǜb��˭�v%��-��A:�L��U����&������5�H1)i00J =`��(�������� d�pZP(d��t9��� ,@Z(eh �_@���x�$�n~����t���do0~�e���� �c`. Two such issues are, While there is more or less a consensus that solutions to. 0000002729 00000 n Acad. Rural development has to be looked beyond project initiatives and governance. empowerment; 2002. Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. Exploratory factor analysis was pursued to extract multiple dimensions of social capital. As such, their voices in democratic school governance are muted and the ideals of education for sustainable development threatened. Degradation: A Literature Review and Analysi. There is also evidence, linking social capital to greater innovation and, for more participatory, sustainable and em, have seen an extraordinary expansion in collective. The fieldwork for this paper took the form of structured face-to-face interviews with community development workers in November-January 2015/2016. Politics and its Implication for Economic Reform. We contribute by using a global panel data of 146 countries over the period 1996–2014 and by focusing on the role of institution in poverty and environmental degradation nexus. Economics, Volume 83, Number 2, May 2001, pp. The research findings are based on empirical content of three scientific articles of which one has been submitted to a peer review journal and two others are in the finalizing stage of editing to be submitted at a later date. 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