Alternative Livelihood Programs are the name given to government attempts, especially in South America to replace the illicit cultivation of banned substances, such as opium or coca, with alternative, legal crops or other activities as a source of income.
Alternative Livelihood has sometimes been referred as Alternative Development.
- A case study of alternative livelihood in Laos by UNODC (PDF)
- Alternative Development Cooperation in East Asia by UNODC
- Alternative Livelihoods Program in Northeastern Afghanistan - a project of CIDA implemented by Aga Khan Foundation Canada
- Integrated Alternative Livelihoods Program in Kandahar Province - a project of CIDA
- Research in Alternative Livelihoods Fund (RALF) - administered by the U.K.'s Department for International Development (DFID)
- Afghanistan Alternative Livelihoods Program - implemented by PADCO, a member of the International Peace Operations Association
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