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From Income Poverty to Sustainable Livelihoods: Practical Implications of Evolving Frameworks for Understanding Poverty
The second meeting in the series defined a sustainable livelihood as comprising the capabilities, assets and activities required for a means of living, and introduced the sustainable livelihood approach as a way of thinking about development.
This event launched and discussed the book entitled ''Quality and Growth'', written by Vinod Thomas, Vice President of the World Bank for the World Bank Institute.
Are Donors Part of the Solution, or Part of the Problem? How Can Development Cooperation Help Reach the International Development Targets (IDTs)?
At this meeting, speakers put forward the view that aid makes a stronger contribution to poverty reduction when delivered flexibly on the basis of better forms of partnership with government.