58. Durable Assets
Durable Assets can empower people and communities to be self-sufficient even in times of hardship. Development practitioners, community members, and individuals can consciously pursue the acquisition and sustainability of Durable Assets. Government should develop initiatives to enable individuals and communities to acquire Durable Assets and to protect those they already own.Edit
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Bushmen Village, Namibia
- Ploughing with cattle - Kim Tucker 16:57, 15 August 2012 (UTC)
- Ploughing with cattle in ancient Egypt
- Saami Family in 1900 - Kim Tucker 17:12, 15 August 2012 (UTC)
- +1 - Kim Tucker 21:44, 16 August 2012 (UTC)
- Loaded jingle truck in Afghanistan - (Doug, 15 August 2012)
- Bushmen Village, Namibia
- Isangi people living off the river
- Village kiosk (India)
- Bushmen in Deception Valley, Botswana - demonstrating how to start a fire by rubbing sticks together.
- Bushman reparing to hunt
- Indians fishing - Native Americans) fishing with weir and spears in a dugout canoe.
- Zimbabwe bird
- While looking for pictures of Zimbabwean soapstone sculptures or the artists in action I somehow ended up with these Tibetan images below. In Zimbabwe, there are still some artists doing quite well via soapstone carvings in spite of difficult economic conditions. The durable asset is the art of stone carving (the assets produced are also durable ;-).
- Painting Thangka Lhasa Tibet
- Paint a picture of Thangka
- Hupa man with spear
- Potter and his work, Jaura, India
- Subsistence farming in Cameroon