This brief summarizes findings from a learning study conducted in two cities of Odisha, Berhampur and Dhenkanal to understand the experiences of urban collectives engaged in sanitation-linked livelihoods.
As part of the Sanitation linked Livelihoods Projects we also produced briefs on:
The authors of this brief present findings of a rapid evidence assessment on the effects of democracy and freedom interventions in democratic backsliding contexts. This brief was commissioned by the United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO).
Authors of this brief share preliminary lessons from an ongoing evaluation of Niger’s Agricultural Production Intensification for Food Security Project (PIPA/SA) which aims to increase irrigated and rain-fed crop production. Since the intervention areas are remote and hard to survey, the West African Development Bank (BOAD) commissioned 3ie and New Light Technologies to use remotely sensed data to analyze various program outcomes, including changes in production, water availability, siltation and desertification.
The author of this note presents learning from India’s Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana National Rural Livelihoods Mission and illustrates the benefits of layering economic programs on social networks or groups, and how these vary according to the group’s composition and characteristics. Funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the note also talks about policy recommendations for decision-makers to consider.
This brief summarizes findings from a learning study conducted in two cities of Telangana, Nizamabad and Warangal to understand the experiences of urban collectives engaged in sanitation-linked livelihoods.