Low and Middle Income Countries Research Network (LMIC)
- Watch new documentary Whose Crisis? showing the impact of the Covid 19 pandemic on communities in Africa
- Event: Using Evidence for Change – The Experience of Third Sector Organizations Working in the Global South
- Read our new policy brief Enhancing Community Resilience to Floods and Adapting to Extreme Weather Events though Data Driven Citizen Science
The Low and Middle Income Countries Research Network (LMIC) brings together evidence from research projects in the College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow, to inform development policies, debates and practices.
LMIC aims to promote dialogue and partnerships between researchers, governments, multilateral institutions, and communities to address global challenges.
We believe that research generates positive impacts when a wide range of stakeholders are involved in knowledge production and dissemination, from local organisations to international actors.
Please direct any enquiries about LMIC initiatives including the LMIC Publications Series to:
Ms Ana Miranda Knowledge Exchange Associate for the LMIC Network.
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If you would like to know more about LMIC's Academic Leads you can browse their profile pages on the University of Glasgow website by clicking their titles below, or email them by clicking their name:
Our work focuses on 5 Priority Challenges. To find out more about them, their geographic focus and the UN Sustainable Development Goals they are aligned with, click on the relevant tile below:
1. Promoting Equity and Gender Empowerment
Inequalities between different demographic groups are on the increase around the world and this must be addressed in order to realise global development ambitions.
2. Health Inequality
Despite progress in many areas such as reductions in maternal and child mortality rates, less than half of the world population have access to essential health services
3. COVID-19 Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has generated devastating effects on health systems globally and is threatening to reverse progress towards poverty reduction.
4. The Climate Crisis
The climate change will intensify risks and produce new threats, generating irreversible impacts across the globe.