InterSections No. 10 - Rainfall Variability, Food Security and Human Mobility

Author: 
Christina Rademacher-Schulz, Tamer Afifi, Koko Warner, Thérèse Rosenfeld, Andrea Milan (all UNU-EHS) and Benjamin Etzold (University of Bonn), Patrick Sakdapolrak (University of Bonn)
Publisher: 
United Nations University - Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)
Type of Publication: 
Status: 
Free
Language of Publication: 
English
Year of Publication: 
2012

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This publication is a research protocol and field guide, developed for the Where the Rain Falls research project. The project aims to improve the understanding about how rainfall variability affects food and livelihood security, and undertook research in eight case study countries.

This InterSections issue explains the rationale behind the research methods chosen, provides guidelines for training workshops and explains the entire research process. It should be looked at as a first generation effort to develop methodologies for field research.

Number of pages: 109
InterSections No. 10 - June 2012
United Nations University, Insitute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS)