Projects and grants
This project will investigate existing marketing arrangements, assess domestic and foreign market potential, identify main problems and formulate an appropriate marketing policy reforms programme.
By combining historical regional climate and wheat yield data with information on farm practices, we will develop a better understanding of future risks and management options.
The aim of this project is to bridge the gap by systematically evaluating whether introducing pre-schooling in remote rural communities improve cognitive and non-cognitive skills of children.
The project investigates how social networks or peer groups can be utilised among poor rural farmers in developing countries to facilitate the adoption and diffusion of a novel and promising new approach to increasing productivity in rice cultivation, the SRI.
A cluster-randomized controlled trials in rural Bangladesh seeking to empower mothers in the targeted community with more knowledge on rearing and caring of children.
Does providing women living in rural areas with innovative financial interventions change household expenditure and saving behaviour?
We use a Randomized Controlled Trial to assess whether either a simplified less intensive financial treatment or a tailored ‘just-in-time’ financial treatment can perform better than traditional financial education in overcoming financial inclusion barriers for young women in rural areas.