Flowminder Foundation, in partnership with Mercy Corps and the Feinstein International Centre (FIC) of Tufts University.
Resilience can be defined as ‘the capacity that ensures adverse stressors and shocks do not have long-lasting adverse development consequences’ (FSIN). But measuring resilience in the field is challenging; a critical obstacle is the lack of high frequency data on individual and household well-being.
Itad, in partnership with Mercy Corps.
“Transferring resilience measurement information and systems into front-line practice could help implementers to take the “small-bets”, use rapid feedback loops, and change activities that bolster people’s resilience capacities in real-time.”
Itad, in partnership with 100 Resilient Cities (100RC), which was pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation, and with Slum Dwellers International (SDI).
“When a billion slum dwellers are engaged in the process of defining, planning, monitoring and evaluating resilience we lay the ground for truly transformative contributions to resilience learning and influence.”
Slum Dwellers International (SDI) and Global Infrastructure Basel (GIB) Foundation.
“Global struggles for poverty reduction, climate change adaptation and resilience will be won or lost in informal settlements.”