Publication Date: 2018
Description: Resilience is a compelling concept for development and humanitarian assistance because it can enhance practitioners’ understanding of the complex dynamics that influence peoples’ ability to prevent and respond to risk. Incorporating resilience analytics into humanitarian and development assistance can enable people, households and communities to sustain positive long-term development trajectories in the face of shocks and stresses, potentially reducing the need for humanitarian aid. The increased interest in resilience has sparked the need for investments in rigorous yet practical strategies for identifying, implementing and measuring resilience-building
interventions. USAID’s Resilience Measurement Practical Guidance Note Series responds to this need by providing pragmatic guidance for practitioners to integrate core aspects of resilience measurement into their program assessments, design, monitoring, evaluation and learning.
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