The Sustainability of CLP-1 Livestock Services Providers on the Chars

Abstract

The first phase of the Chars Livelihoods Programme (CLP-1) worked to eliminate extreme poverty on the island chars of North West Bangladesh. CLP-1 ended in March 2010 and the withdrawal of support provides the opportunity to see how activities are progressing without support from CLP, the findings of which could influence programme design of CLP-2. The study outlined in this brief examined the sustainability of CLP trained Livestock Service Providers (LSPs) in CLP-1 working areas.

Citation

McIvor, N.; Arshad Hussain. The Sustainability of CLP-1 Livestock Services Providers on the Chars. (2011) 2 pp.

The Sustainability of CLP-1 Livestock Services Providers on the Chars

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