3 edition of Basic needs in development strategies found in the catalog.
Basic needs in development strategies
by Woodstock Theological Center at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||John Weeks, Elizabeth Dore.|
|Series||Working papers / Woodstock Theological Center at Georgetown University, Working papers (Woodstock Theological Center)|
|LC Classifications||HC79.B38 W44 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21, 8 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||81147076|
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The basic needs strategy. Development of the rural areas. the authors of this book explain that: More importantly, there is the general thesis that once the peasantry's immediate demands for land are met, it becomes a conservative force, a bulwark of the [new] status quo. Contents: What is a basic needs approach to development all about.
by D.P. Ghai On the principles of quantifying and satisfying basic needs by D.P. Ghai and T. Alfthan Some normative aspects of a basic neeeds strategy by E.L.H.
Lee Basic needs targets: An illustrative exercise in identification and quantification by A.R. Khan Production planning for basic needs by A.R. Khan. needs development strategy was also more practical than conventional strategies.
Not surprisingly, in most cases the required rate of economic growth to fully meet basic needs targets was. A basic needs (BN) approach to development is one which gives priority to meeting the basic needs of all the people. The actual content of BN have been variously defined: they always include the fulfilment of certain standards of nutrition, (food and water), and the universal provision of Cited by: its standard definition of the Basic Needs approach the following extract from the declaration.
'Strategies and national development plans and policies should include explicitly as a priority objective the promotion of employment and the satisfaction of the basic needs of each country's population.
Basic needs, as understood in this Programme of. The basic needs approach is one of the major approaches to the measurement of absolute poverty in developing countries.
It attempts to define the absolute minimum resources necessary for long-term physical well-being, usually in terms of consumption poverty line is then defined as the amount of income required to satisfy those needs. The 'basic needs' approach was introduced by the.
elimination of underdevelopment (Ghai, 1). The basic needs approach to development is one of such 'utopia' (Vittachi, ) and of recent origin as a forum of logical reaction to the earlier development strategies.
The paradigmical shift in the process of development has. Current development approaches are re-visited and the Basic Needs theory is introduced as the only theory that takes community development beyond just the various " approaches " currently seen.
Tiny houses, minimalism, less-is-more, back-to-basics - these are all strategies to make sure that we are getting our most basic needs met on a daily basis without getting distracted by the shiny. This article addresses the “basic needs’ approach to development policy from the perspectives of the political and economic development literature.
The central questions concern the compatibility of a basic needs approach with political and economic development and the impact of development on population welfare. Will a basic needs approach weaken or strengthn the processes of legitimation.
The basic needs model was introduced by the International Labour Organization inmainly in reaction to prevalent modernization- and structuralism-inspired development approaches, which were not achieving satisfactory results in terms of poverty alleviation and combating inequality in developing countries.
It tried to define an absolute minimum of resources necessary for long-term. basic needs and growth, and between basic needs and the New International Econoinic Order is discussed, and the case for additional aid, in order to make a sublstantial step towards meeting basic needs by the year is argued.
OBJECTIVES The objective of a basic needs approach to development is to provide. Community Development Strategies In order to increase the local capacity for independent community action, and to discourage dependence on government, people need some basic skills and knowledge.
One of the major goals of community development is to strengthen the capacity of individuals to learn all the time, and to remain flexible and adaptable. EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT—BASIC CONCEPTS iii • Set appropriate learning and development goals to meet the needs of children in each domain of development, including fostering development for children with disabilities.
• Identify strategies caregivers can use to help families support their children’s needs. The Basic needs approach to development was endorsed by governments and workers and employers organizations from all over the world. It influenced the programmes and policies of major multilateral and bilateral development agencies, and was the precursor to the human development.
The conflict between basic needs and comprehensive development approaches are explored. Both theoretical models and case studies outline and analyze the thorny issues inherent to the basic needs approach to development.
The full range of contemporary theory and exerience is addressed in detail within the seventeen essays collected in this volume. Some advocates of the basic needs approach believe that a consensus will be forged in the United Nations to make basic needs the cornerstone of an international strategy for a possible Third Development Decade.
At the same time, however, the likelihood and the advisability ofthe basic needs approach playing a leading role in an overall.
ILO pub-WEP pub. Monographic compilation of essays on the basic needs approach to the economic development of developing countries - reviews the main issues and legal aspects of a basic needs strategy, develops a methodology for the identification and quantification of basic needs targets, and deals with the problem of production planning for basic needs, etc.
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