Building constructive engagements between social science and conservation
The Anthropology of Conservation NGOs: rethinking the boundaries
From Pyramid to ‘Pointed Egg’?: Preliminary Observations on Longterm Rural Livelihoods & Wealth Segmentation in Morogoro, Tanzania
Fourth blog from a series on Dan Brockington’s ESRC/DfID project: Exploring long-term livelihood change in Tanzania.
A “Hidden Crisis”: Rural groundwater supply in sub-Saharan Africa
Dr. Luke Whaley and Prof. Frances Cleaver are part of a large consortium project researching non-functional water points in sub-Saharan Africa.
Rebuilding Barpak: resilience and the difficult transition from emergency relief to long-term reconstruction
One year on from the Nepal earthquake we discuss resilience and resconstruction in Barpak, the village closest to the epicenter of the earthquake.
Part Two: Are we there yet? Lighting fires: burning some of the assumptions about childhood
In his second blog in the ‘Are we there yet? series, Mark Waddington, CEO of the NGO Hope and Homes for Children, questions some of our assumptions about ‘childhood’ and how we define it.
Nutrition transition in South African cities
In the context of South Africa’s “triple burden” of disease, urban anthropometric patterns are not changing in the same way for everyone.