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FAO Livelihoods Assessment and Analysis e-learning course

The EC-FAO Food Security Programme has produced an e-learning course on 'Livelihoods Assessment and Analysis'.

The Livelihoods course introduces the concept of livelihoods and the components of the livelihoods framework. It also provides guidance on assessing livelihoods in different food security contexts and on selecting and interpreting livelihoods indicators.

Previous e-learning courses include Food Security Information Systems and Networks, Reporting Food Security Information, and Nutritional Status Assessment and Analysis. All of these are available in English and French.

The new course is available for free online at; http://www.foodsec.org/dl/dlcourselist_en.a sp or on CD-Rom, email: information-for-action@fao.org, tel: +39 06 570 54003. Related resources for trainers, which can be customized for faceto- face training, are also available.

EC-FAO Programme website: www.foodsec.org FAO website: www.fao.org

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FAO Livelihoods Assessment and Analysis e-learning course. Field Exchange 32, January 2008. p15. www.ennonline.net/fex/32/fao