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Anastasia Marshak co-authors article about building resilience in Rural 21
Rural 21 The International Journal for Rural Development published an article co-authored by Concern Worldwide’s Cecilia Benda and Feinstein’s Anastasia Marshak. The article discusses how to build resilience among rural households and highlights Anastasia and Alexander Liss’ work on the CRAM and BRACED projects. The “Early warning systems in Chad: forecasting food security” section of the article describes their project with Concern Worldwide to construct a model that predicts future crop production in Chad.
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