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Program Evaluation in an Aquatic Agricultural System

Many rural poor and marginalized people strive to make a living in social-ecological systems that are characterized by multiple and often inequitable interactions. Uncertainty and inequality in such systems require research and development interventions to be adaptive. Complexity-aware approaches to planning, monitoring and evaluating development interventions are gaining strength, yet, there is still little empirical […]


Research translation through participatory research: The case of two community-based projects in low-income African settings

blogpost written by Deborah Isobell Imagine the amount of funding that research projects receive every year. Not just nationally, but globally. Now take a moment to think about the knowledge generated from that research. Is it being used to its full potential to change peoples’ lived experiences? In instances where the application of research-derived knowledge […]