Using mixed methods to assess food security and coping strategies: a case study among smallholders in the Andean region

@article{Limon2017UsingMM,
  title={Using mixed methods to assess food security and coping strategies: a case study among smallholders in the Andean region},
  author={Georgina Limon and Guillaume Fourni{\'e} and Elisa G. Lewis and Paula Dominguez-Salas and Daniela Leyton-Michovich and Eloy A. Gonzales-Gustavson and Armando Emiliano Gonzalez and Aurelio H. Cabezas and Julio Pinto and Jonathan Rushton and Javier A. Guiti{\'a}n},
  journal={Food Security},
  year={2017},
  volume={9},
  pages={1019-1040}
}
International organizations and national governments in resource-scarce settings regularly support programs for the control of animal diseases with the aim of improving smallholder food security. However, the impact of such disease control programs on smallholder food security remains unclear. Mixed methods designs that integrate the collection, analysis and interpretation of qualitative and quantitative data in a single study, are increasingly being used to achieve deeper explorations of… CONTINUE READING