New Work on Risk and Resilience in Children's Lives
We have recently secured funding from the Oak Foundation to expand our work on risk and resilience through a series of research-to-practice activities. This sub-study will focus on orphanhood and parental absence in Ethiopia and on child work and migration in India. First we will assess the findings from our survey and qualitative work to date and then identify with practitioners the kind of research they would find valuable for use in their own work. After some further exploration of these questions, we will track how the information is used, including barriers to use. As well as new evidence around these themes, it is intended that this stream of research and policy activities will produce share-able learning in relation to challenges and opportunities for transferring research into practice.