Resilience is a much talked-about topic, but what does it actually look like in practice and what can donors, practitioners and Monitoring and Evaluation experts learn from others’ experiences?
Join us for a roundtable discussion to explore how BRACED (Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disasters) projects have been building resilient communities during its first two years of programming. Presented by project staff, stories share the successes, setbacks and opportunities for implementing and maintaining development activities that are resilient to climate extremes and disasters. These stories look closely at the themes of economic empowerment and access to financial services, to spark a discussion on what resilient project activities look like, what assumptions are made in the design of resilience programmes and where to go from here.
To read stories from the BRACED programme, visit the Resilience Exchange.
To express your interest in attending this event, please email Charlotte Rye ([email protected])
Emna Zina Thabet - Advocacy and Communication Officer, Welthungerhilfe
Getrude Lung’ahi @eglungahi - Knowledge Manager Engagement Lead, BRACED
Madan Pariyar - Program Development and M&E Director, International Development Enterprises (iDE)
Gisele Henriques - Resilient Livelihoods Adviser, CAFOD / BOND Interagency Resilience Learning Group
James Smith - BRACED Resilience Exchange Lead