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Edited By: Carole Rakodi and Tony Lloyd-Jones
328 pages, Figs, tabs
Assesses the value of the livlihoods approach in analysing urban poverty and guiding policy, before moving on to examine the situation and strategies of poor urban people. Concludes with a review of project experience and identifies practical implications.
'The book provides a valuable framework for understanding the opportunities and assets available to poor people and the sources of their vulnerability.' Sustain 'Concise and well-written, this contribution is very welcome' Development and Change
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