We do not believe that research should be done in isolation, so we work to build bridges between disciplines and between research, policy and practice.
We aim to extend the boundaries of livelihood analysis and are actively linking livelihood analysis with climate science. We are also connect with nutrition scientists, to combine household income analysis with nutritional research. Practical applications of this inter-disciplinary work reaches across a wide range of sectors, including climate change and adaptation, food security, health, and social protection.
More information about our research can be found within our Expertise pages. You can also read our studies and reports here.