HS 285F — Livelihoods, Enterprises and Development
Meets for one-half semester and yields half-course credit.
Introduces students to concepts on sustainable livelihood diversification, enterprise and how they interact to impact on the development of poor and marginalized communities. Students will learn how to develop policy interventions and programs to support and facilitate enterprise development through sustainable livelihood diversification in developing countries. This courses aims to help students acquire skills and tools for policy analysis and develop technical skills in the preparation of Policy Response Papers and Policy Briefs. Usually offered every year.