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Alliance2015 Multi Country Covid-19 Research - 2022
This page is about the research carried out by Concern with other Alliance2015 partners in multiple countries: 'Community Resilience and the Ongoing Impacts of COVID-19 on Vulnerable Households'.
The Graduation Model and Gender Empowerment research project in Malawi
This page gives the reader an overview of the Graduation Model and the Gender Empowerment research project in Malawi including a series of learning briefs from 2021.
Research from the Graduation Model
This page outlines the research and learning of Concern's Graduation approach in Rwanda and Burundi, as a means of sustainably addressing extreme poverty at the household level.
Innovation history of the CMAM Surge Approach: Towards a shock-responsive health system in Kenya
Innovation history of the CMAM Surge Approach. Towards a shock-responsive health system in Kenya.
Alliance2015 Multi Country Covid-19 Research
This page is about the research carried out by Concern with other Alliance2015 partners in multiple countries: 'COVID-19 impacts on community resilience in the Global South'.
This page shows the results of research carried out by Concern showing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the poorest people in our programme countries.
Education - Safe Learning Model Research
Find out how Concern, in partnership with UCD, is tackling School Related Gender Based Violence through its Safe Learning Model pilot research in Sierra Leone..
Liberia Child Stunting Research
This page presents the results of Barrier Analysis, Link Nutrition Causal Analysis and both season and dry season Cost of Diet Assessments carried out in Liberia to investigate the immediate and underlying causes of the high rates of child stunting in Liberia.
Understanding Urban Livelihood Trajectories in Bangladesh
This page outlines the results of two rounds of research into understanding urban livelihood trajectories in Bangladesh under the Improving the Lives of the Urban Extreme Poor 2017-2021 programme.
Sand Dams Research in Somaliland
This page details the findings of research into sand dams carried out as part of an MSc dissertation by Paz Lopez-Rey, Concern's Resilience Programme Coordinator in Somalia/ Somaliland.
A review of community-centred early warning early action systems
This research looks at how the barriers to early action can be overcome, and how that action can better meet the needs of the people affected.
Lessons from gender and cash-based programming in Malawi
This paper shares key lessons from Concern's gender and cash-based programming in Malawi.
The impact of an emergency cash transfer programme in Niger
This paper presents the results of an emergency cash transfer intervention in Niger.
Evidence from a nutrition and gender-sensitive agriculture project in Zambia
This study presents results from an impact evaluation of a nutrition-and gender-sensitive agriculture development programme.
Evidence from a cash transfer project in Niger
This study shows the results from a cluster randomised trial of unconditional cash transfers in Niger.
Pastoralist systems in Dar Sila, Chad
This study contributes to the understanding of the dynamics of pastoralism and farming in Chad.
Violence against women and girls
This report explores the links between gender-based violence, and the resilience shown by survivors, their households and the wider community.
Building Climate Resilience in fragile contexts
This paper is a synthesis of research that was undertaken within the BRACED Programme between 2016 and 2017 in South Sudan.
Feed The Future: Nutrition-Sensitive agriculture in Zambia
This paper reviews three different approaches to Nutrition-Sensitive agriculture in Zambia.
The next frontier for Disaster Risk Reduction
This report looks at the political and institutional barriers to adapting Disaster Risk Reduction initiatives to fragile or conflict-affected contexts.
Evaluating complex programmes: Reflections on realism and resilience
This paper considers the challenges and lessons from the mid-term review of the BRACED projects.
Cost of the diet: analysis in two Zambian districts
This document summarises the key learning points from the cost of diet analysis of the DiRECT project.
Multi-sector nutrition sensitive response to drought emergency in Pakistan
This paper shares the lessons from a multi-sectoral nutrition sensitive response project in Pakistan.
Framing innovations for climate resilience for farmers in the Sahel
This paper examines innovative approaches that have been adopted in four BRACED projects to build resilience to current and future climate risks.
Feeding toolkit operations research in Malawi
This brief looks at the use of a feeding toolkit for improved infant, young and child feeding practices amongst food insecure households in Malawi.
Managing an integrated project
Find out here about the practical challenges and lessons of managing an integrated project- Concern’s Realigning Agriculture to Improve Nutrition Project in Zambia.
Young people and agriculture in Africa
Why are rural young people in Africa turning away from agriculture? A report by the Institute of Development Studies for Alliance2015 examines the issues.
Adolescent nutrition: the missing link in the life cycle approach
Erin Homiak, Concern’s Nutrition adviser in Mozambique writes about the interrelationship between the biological and social factors that shape adolescent nutrition.
Résilience communautaire à la malnutrition aigüe
Le présent document d’information a pour objectif de présenter les enseignements tirés du programme de RCMA à ce jour.