Food, Energy, and Water Security in the Wake of Disaster: A Community-Based Assessment

Project Objectives

The primary objective in this project was to develop, pilot, and validate a standardized household survey to more precisely quantify public health impacts originating from coupled food, energy, and water (FEW) insecurities under compounding hazard contexts. The goal was to make this survey actionable and accessible, with the purpose of being used by community members to understand the current health and FEW needs, and outline prospective solutions. Learn more about JPB Fellow Anais Roque’s research here.