The term livelihood skills refers to capabilities, resources, and opportunities for
pursuing individual and household economic goals (Population Council, Kenya); in other
words, income generation. Livelihood skills include technical and vocational abilities
(carpentry, sewing, computer programing, etc.); skills for seeking jobs, such as
interviewing strategies; and business management, entrepreneurial, and money
management skills. Though livelihood skills are critical to survival, health, and
development, the focus of this document lies elsewhere....