Seasonality Revisited

Conference-Logo---finalThe Seasonality Revisited International Conference, was held at the Institute of Development Studies from 8-10 July 2009, concluded that the costs of ignoring the seasonal dimensions of poverty are enormous, despite seasonality being rarely reflected in agricultural investment and social protection policies.

The conference was organised by the Future Agricultures Consortium and the Centre for Social Protection to help put the ‘seasonality of poverty’ back in the policy agenda.


Latest articles

Adjustment of Short Duration Rice Variety in Rice-Based Cropping Pattern and Agro-Techniques to Miti
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited - Day 2
Adjustment of Short Duration Rice Variety in Rice-Based Cropping Pattern and Agro-Techniques to Mitigate Seasonal Food Insecurity (Monga) in Northern Districts of Bangladesh. M.G. Neogi1, Abul Khair2 and S. Samsuzzaman1 1RDRS Bangladesh, Jail Road, Rangpur, Bangladesh. 2Department of Botany, Jahangirnagar

Seasonality: Timing and Duration of food aid programmes
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited - Day 2
Seasonality: Timing and Duration of food aid programmes A case Study from Malawi, 2002-2003 Zoltan Tiba University of Cambridge

Water-bound Geographies of Seasonality Investigating Seasonality, Water, and Wealth in Ethiopia
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited - Day 2
Water-bound Geographies of Seasonality Investigating Seasonality, Water, and Wealth in Ethiopia Through the Household Water Economy Approach Lorraine Coulter, Zemede Abebe, Seifu Kebede, Eva Ludi, Belay Zeleke

Soil Fertility Crop Theft: changing rural dimensions and cropping patterns
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited - Day 2
Soil Fertility Crop Theft: changing rural dimensions and cropping patterns Linley Chiwona-Karltun Linley.chiwona.karltun@sol.slu.seThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala

Seasonal Neglect? Aseasonality in agricultural projects
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited - Day 2
Seasonal Neglect? Aseasonality in agricultural projects Stephen Devereux Richard Longhurst

Seasonality and Social Protection: A Bridge too Far?
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited - Day 2
Seasonality and Social Protection: A Bridge too Far? Nicholas Freeland

Seasonal Livelihoods and Rural Migration in China
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited - Day 1
Seasonal Livelihoods and Rural Migration in China Shijun Ding, Haitao Wu, Yuping Chen Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Wuhan, China

Seasonality in time use and time
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited - Day 1
Seasonality in time use and time poverty in Kenya Lydia Ndirangu and John Omiti KIPPRA

Off farm work in the Peruvian Altiplano: Seasonal and geographic considerations for agriculture…
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited - Day 1
Off farm work in the Peruvian Altiplano: Seasonal and geographic considerations for agricultural and development policies Cecilia Turin Rural Sociology Department, University of Missouri, US Institute for Small Sustainable Production, Agrarian University of La Molina, Peru SANREM Project “Adaptation to

Isolated wetlands in the Sahel: key seasonal resources under pressure
September 15, 2010 / Seasonality Revisited - Day 1
Isolated wetlands in the Sahel: key seasonal resources under pressure Joost Brouwer Brouwer Envir. Agric. Consultancy The Netherlands images Joost Brouwer, Hans Hut, Leo Zwarts