Evidence for Development works to find new and better ways of understanding how the poorest households and communities are affected by climate change and other rapidly changing socio-economic conditions, and to generate information that is vital to improve resilience and raise living standards. The methods we use promote inter disciplinary collaboration, openness and accountability at every level – from large scale HEA food security assessments affecting the lives of millions, to more localised projects that work closely with individual households.
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