Consultant - Researcher
International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
Marie-Charlotte Buisson conducts research in Development Economics and Environmental Economics with a specialization in impact evaluation. She has expertise on sustainable management of natural resources, on the role of policy instruments and their relations with climate change and environmental sustainability. She also works on agriculture, gender and migration. Her competencies are anchored on more than ten years of extensive field research in Africa, South East Asia and Central Asia. Her work aims to support the design of investments and programs and to inform policy makers. She also contributes in building research capacity in developing countries. After five years with the International Water Management Institute—CGIAR she now works as an independent consultant.
Jun 18, 2018
In rural households from which men have migrated, women in Tajikistan have increased responsibilities in agriculture and are more involved in decision making. But far from being empowered, they face new pressures, including greater demands on their time and exclusion from social networks.
On May 25, Agrilinks hosted researchers from the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) for a seminar entitled “Water Governance, Training and Gender in Agriculture: A New Evidence Base.” This event showcased findings from Feed the Future’s recently completed impact evaluation that...
May 21, 2018
This post was written by Marie-Charlotte Buisson, Consultant, International Water Management Institute (IWMI) Farmers in Tajikistan urgently need new ways to boost their incomes while strengthening household food and nutrition security. Recent research suggests that an integrated approach,...