Risk Analysis for Resilience Programming in Protracted Crises
Join REAL for the first discussion in a series of three, based on their recently published Resilience Rapid Learning Series. This first discussion will focus on how continuous, granular, real-time risk analyses can help inform resilience-building interventions in protracted crisis contexts. Based on the learning brief Leveraging Crisis Analysis Towards Resilience-building Responses, REAL will discuss the relevance and applicability of rapid situational analysis tools—typically reserved for humanitarian settings—to resilience investments in protracted crises. The brief presents a case study in one such analytical method, Crisis Analytics at Mercy Corps, and its application to protracted crises in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
The event will be held in English with simultaneous interpretation in French. For more information, including panelist bios, please click here.
About the Discussion Series
REAL is organizing a series of three online events based on the recent Resilience Rapid Learning Series and lessons learned for building resilience in protracted crises and conflict-affected settings. The series of briefs examines promising program approaches in Niger, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and Northeast Nigeria. These discussions will showcase emerging findings from the learning briefs on how to work differently at the intersection of peacebuilding, humanitarian aid, and development, and how to incorporate resilience perspectives in program design and implementation.
For more information about our second and third discussions in this series, including dates, please visit this page.
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