The ASSAR Small Opportunities Grant enabled Udita Sanga to gain insights into questions around food and security in Southern Mail and whether these insights would lead to real impacts.
In December 2016, as part of the Small Opportunities Grant awarded by ASSAR, Divya Solomon visited the University of East Anglia to work with Dr Nitya Rao on a study in the Bhavani region in Tamil Nadu, India.
Congratulations to ASSAR Southern Africa researcher Omagano Shooya on being selected as a 2017 Climate Change Leader by the (IDRC).
In this photo essay, Jennifer Leavy describes the challenges people face when trying to make a living from growing and trading Miraa, a key cash crop in Kenya.
Renie Thomas, an ASSAR researcher from WOTR, looks at the impact of farm ponds and what their increasing use means.
The Farming Juggle is a dynamic exercise that can be used to explore the complex and compounding effects of multiple stressors in any system.
Colleen Magner, Managing Director, Reos Partners in South Africa, looks at how using TSP can help with understanding long-term climate impacts.
In this report the outcomes of the full Transformative Scenario Planning process that was followed during two workshops, a writeshop, and the subsequent scenarios that were developed, are described.
This short report provides an overview of the proceedings of a workshop titled ‘Water and You – Bangalore's water situation is in crisis.
Julia Davies looks back at the recent ASSAR annual meeting, held in Ghana, and asks what a positive and meaningful path towards the end of the project might look like.
Teresa Perez, a sociologist working on Transformative Scenario Planning, gives a refreshing look at the ASSAR project, in story form.