SLFTShort Life Food Tray (biodegradable container)
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Tourism livelihood assets in the SLFT comprise human, social, natural, economic, and institutional capitals.
The greatest change to the livelihood pentagon proposed by DFID (1999) lies in the addition of institutional capital into the SLFT.
Unlike PPT which considers poverty in the tourism vein, the SLFT integrates key principles of both the SLA and tourism and offers an organising framework to examine rural development with tourism as a livelihood strategy.
When conducting research applying the SLFT, all key elements need to be addressed and be integrated to achieve holistic thinking.