A right based approach to livelihood is consistent with the mordern acceptance of the universality of human rights. This acceptance is symbolised in numerous charters and declaration of the united nations . There has been much discussion in civil society in India about the livelihood.
India witnessed since the early nineties has contributed to the instability of the livelihood systems of the poorer section of both rural and urban household. While the benefits of globalization process have largely accrued to the urban sector growth the rural sector has been lift behind slowdown in agricultural growth and productivity changing cropping patterns, increase in distress migration, changing consumption patterns, governments policies favouring industrial houses. Among others have seriously undermined the food and livelihood security of the poorer households
In these circumstances we provide tools like as vocational training , self employment counselling and family counselling etc to the poorer section of both rural and urban households for to make better their livelihood.