Includes bibliographical references (p. 38-40).
|Series||Oxfam research papers ;, 8, Oxfam research paper ;, #8.|
|LC Classifications||TX360.A26 K44 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||96129897|
In recent years, increasing attention is being given to the existence of a variety of 'survival strategies' which enable communities facing situations of famine or food shortage to survive the crisis. These strategies are cited as an explanation of why predictedCited by: 5. Famine, Needs-Assessment and Survival Strategies in Africa - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. In recent years, increasing attention is being given to the existence of a variety of 'survival strategies' which enable communities facing situations of famine or food shortage to survive the crisis. These strategies are cited as an explanation of why. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Keen, David, Famine, needs-assessment, and survival strategies in Africa. Oxford, UK: Oxfam, © Famine, needs-assessment and survival strategies in Africa. By D Keen and Oxford (United Kingdom) Oxfam. Abstract. SIGLEGBUnited Kingdo Topics: 05J - Political science, public administration, 05R - Sociology, social studies, welfare studies, social services, 05D - Economics.
What do peasants do in the face of severe food crisis and ecological stress, and how do they manage to survive on their own? This study revolves around a case study conducted by the author in the awraja (district) in the Ambassel Wollo province in northeastern Ethiopia. This is in the region that was hit hardest by the famine, which Rahmato calls "the worst tragedy rural Ethiopia had. Abstract. This chapter discusses how famine can be defined and operationalized. While acknowledging the benefits of understanding famine as an ongoing process, the chapter subscribes to an understanding of famine as a discrete event identifiable by an increase in mortality caused by mass starvation and diseases. David Keen (born 21 September ) is a political economist and Professor of Complex Emergencies at the London School of Economics, where he has worked since the s. He was educated at Cambridge and Oxford in economics and anthropology, and was formerly a consultant for NGOs and development agencies, and a journalist.. Keen is a theorist of contemporary conflict, notably in African society. 34 Books You Must Get Immediately To Survive and Thrive When Civilization Hits the Fan Freshmen and Drinking. Computer Security Article. Famine, Needs-Assessment and Survival Strategies in Africa. Survival. 5 Little Known Secrets to Survive The Arlington Institute Speaks Volumes Needs-Assessment and Survival Strategies in.