Research has played a fundamental role in all our projects - whether qualitative or quantitative in nature. We have undertaken research covering several fields; livelihood, migration, gender and healthcare practices. We make sure our
research takes an intersectional lens; following a bottom-up approach; keeping in mind systemic oppressions in terms of class, gender, caste, and ethnicity. Our research, in this manner - helps develop a better understanding of the on-ground realities; creating a space for better outcomes, improved livelihood opportunities, and practices through more promising policy implementation.
Previous Project:'Understanding the Perspectives of Frontline Health Workers (ASHA, Anganwadi & ANMs) in Bundelkhand Region to Improve COVID-19 Containment Efforts.' A short-term study was carried out in collaboration with Azim Premji University (APU) - it covered the experiences and perspectives of CHWS fighting the COVID-19 pandemic in Bundelkhand.