Assessing the Impact of Agricultural Research on Poverty Using the Sustainable Livelihoods Framework

  title={Assessing the Impact of Agricultural Research on Poverty Using the Sustainable Livelihoods Framework},
  author={Michelle Adato and Ruth S. Meinzen-Dick},
As the goals of international agricultural research move beyond increasing food production to the broader aims of reducing poverty, both agricultural research and studies of its impact become more complex. Yet examining the magnitude and mechanisms through which different types of agricultural research are able to help the poor is essential, not only to evaluate claims for continued funding of such research, but more importantly, to guide future research in ways that will make the greatest… CONTINUE READING
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