Creating Resilient Community in Disaster Prone Geographies: Should AAGAAS Turn For-profit or Remain Not-for-profit?
The case is structured to achieve the following teaching objectives:
- To discuss economic, social, and environmental resilience in communities prone to natural disasters and make the region financially sustainable.
- To recognize the importance of environmental conservation and how it impacts the lives of the poor people in the mountain regions
- To appreciate the challenges of addressing sustainable livelihood and poverty alleviation in hilly regions
|RELIEF EFFORTS OF AAGAAS|
|AAGAAS AND PEOPLE FOR ANIMALS (PFA)-DEHRADUN|
|EXISTING INITIATIVES OF AAGAAS TOWARDS CREATING SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS|
|ESTABLISHMENT OF BIO-TOURISM PARK (BTP)|
|LOCAL CRAFT PROMOTION|
Sustainable Development, Sustainable Livelihood, Disaster Prone Communities, Disaster Resilience, Uttarakhand, India,Scaling Up, Mountainous Regions, Human Resource Development, Community Development, Bio-Tourism, Religious Tourism, Environment Conservation, Poverty Alleviation, Leadership