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Livelihood and Nutrition Enhancement Interventions
One of the biggest challenges facing development practitioners and policy-makers in the world today, is how they can assist large numbers of people in the developing world to have a meaningful livelihood which sustains them, and ensures they can live with dignity and hope for the future.

Livelihood interventions may take:
A spatial approach, such as addressing problems in a degraded watershed
A segmental approach, such as addressing problems of the landless or the disabled
A sectoral approach, involving addressing problems of dairy farmers or cotton growers
A holistic approach, involving a range of crosscutting interventions is more complex, but may be essential to address the problems of the poorest of people living in remote areas

Key grants

Popularisation of nutrition gardens managed by village women for year round vegetable production for domestic consumption of farming families of Punjab