Training program on ‘Fundamentals of Livelihood Promotion’

We are pleased to inform you that ILRT is announcing a 5-day training program on ‘Fundamentals of Livelihood Promotion’ (FLP) to be held at Hyderabad on 12 – 16 December, 2016.

The course aims at contemporizing livelihood promotion work with a backdrop of historical evidence and how it has evolved in the last few decades in India. That then helps derive key lessons out of the individual experiences of participants and their respective organizations.

The programme will make use of participatory training methodologies to make the learning interesting and participant-centric. Our experienced faculty will bring out a flavour of practitioner’s perspective that will help relate the learning from the field or practice and draw out a clear-cut relationship with theories.

We are happy to inform you that our earlier FLP held in July 2016 has received a good feedback from the participants and the representation was found from 12 Indian states.

I take this opportunity to request to kindly nominate staff for the programme and also encourage your partners to send their staff as well. Please find the course brochure (here) and the registration form (registration-form-flp-dec-2016) attached. Nomination form should be sent to on or before 30th November, 2016, which will be appreciated.



Dr. G. A Swamy


G.A Swamy, Ph.D. |Regional Coordinator & Lead Faculty – Institute of Livelihood Research and Training (ILRT)|Basix Headquarters:3rd Floor, Surabhi Arcade, Bank Street; Koti, Hyderabad – 500001 | (: +91 93969 55195 (M) | visit us at

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