Chatham House has launched a report on ‘Managing Famine Risk: Linking Early Warning to Early Action.’ The report was the culmination of the Chatham House research project Translating Famine Early Warning into Early Action.
This is a guide to support research teams who wish to work with a theory of change approach when developing their pathways to impact and impact strategies.
This report maps a range of different types of research, including agricultural development projects, specific agricultural interventions, and the generation and analysis of new data on agricultural and nutritional change.
The report is a product of the global initiative to achieve greater Coherence in Information for Agricultural Research for Development (CIARD).
This report was commissioned by DFID to examine current and future research projects on agriculture for improved nutrition and identify gaps in research coverage.