All pages with keywords: uganda

Resilient, but from whose perspective? Like-for-like comparison of objective and subjective evaluations of resilience

Resilient, but from whose perspective? Like-for-like comparison of objective and subjective evaluations of resilience

a working paper by Lindsey Jones, Marco D'Errico 6 September, 2018

Little has been known to date about how objective and subjective modes of evaluating resilience compare. This paper addresses this gap, introducing a new method of subjective evaluation through household surveys in Uganda. The findings are relevant to evaluation toolkit design. read more »


Green agricultural policies and poverty reduction

Green agricultural policies and poverty reduction

a policy publication by Stefania Lovo, Mintewab Bezabih, Gregor Singer 26 January, 2015

Since developing countries typically have large agricultural sectors, the implementation of green agricultural policies can play a key role in helping shift to low-carbon economies. However, the challenge … read more »


Ex-post Evaluation of the Additionality of a Clean Development Mechanism Cogeneration Project in Uganda: the significance of changes in project financing and background economic conditions

Ex-post Evaluation of the Additionality of a Clean Development Mechanism Cogeneration Project in Uganda: the significance of changes in project financing and background economic conditions

a working paper by Mark Purdon 1 April, 2014

In this paper I evaluate the additionality of a Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) bagasse cogeneration project at Kakira Sugar Works (KSW) in Uganda using what I refer to as an … read more »


Ex-post evaluation of the additionality of Clean Development Mechanism afforestation projects in Tanzania, Uganda and Moldova

a working paper by Razack Lokina 1 February, 2014

This study presents findings from a systematic comparative research effort to investigation the additionality claims of CDM afforestation projects in Tanzania, Uganda and Moldova. Using what … read more »


Vulnerability to weather disasters: the choice of coping strategies in rural Uganda

Vulnerability to weather disasters: the choice of coping strategies in rural Uganda

a research article by Jennifer Helgeson, Simon Dietz 21 March, 2013

When a natural disaster hits, the affected households try to cope with its impacts. A variety of coping strategies, from reducing current consumption to disposing of productive assets, may … read more »


Vulnerability to weather disasters: the choice of coping strategies in rural Uganda

Vulnerability to weather disasters: the choice of coping strategies in rural Uganda

a working paper by Jennifer Helgeson, Simon Dietz 1 October, 2012

When a natural disaster hits, the affected households try to cope with its impacts. A variety of coping strategies may be employed, from reducing current consumption … read more »