SMERU assesses and evaluates the Bakti BCA programs to improve these programs.
Protecting the Most Vulnerable in Rural Indonesia: How Can We Develop More Adaptive Social Protection
This research looks especially at the extent to which social protection can be used as a policy instrument to enhance people’s adaptive capacity to deal with the new problems and issues caused by climate change. The findings of this research will contribute to developing more adaptive social protection in Indonesia.
This study assess the scarring impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on investments (physical capital) and human capital demand in the labor market.
This study will test the efficacy of different information treatments in schools to trigger awareness about air pollution and hindering the negative health impacts by running a randomized control trial.
This study assesses the effectiveness of improving knowledge and practice in infection prevention measures, equitable demand for vaccination, and reducing vaccine hesitancy.
This research specifically explores the dynamics of inequality in Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in Indonesia and factors that correlate with it both at macro and micro levels.