Study on Monitoring the Impacts of Climate Change on Poverty in Asia
This study aims to examine and track the risks and impact of climate change on poverty through the development of a community based monitoring system customized in local context in selected sentinel sites in a developing country.
The research work, supported by the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) through the PEP Network, was undertaken by the CBMS Network Team in part with the on-going initiative of the CBMS Network on monitoring and mitigating the impacts of policy shocks on poverty such as that of economic crises (e.g. food and fuel price hike, and global financial crisis) and climate change in selected poverty observations in developing countries.
The project involves the conduct of the following research activities
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