The Global Impact Collaboratory partners development practitioners and social scientists to advance cutting-edge, scientifically-valid, cost-effective methods for designing and tracking behavioral, social, and cultural change in low-resource communities and vulnerable sectors of society.
Among collaboratory projects are efforts, such as:
- Adaptation to Extreme Weather Events in Mozambique
- Improving Access to Justice in Haiti
- The Global Ethnohydrology Study: Better ways to capture cultural information
- Improving Water Security Screening Globally
- New Approaches to Rapid Gender Assessments
The collaboratory is co-directed by Alexandra Brewis-Slade and Peggy Ochandarena, with Chemonics International and affiliated with the School of Human Evolution and Social Change.