A new Itad and Global Resilience Partnership (GRP) report explores the latest evidence on how resilience approaches are helping some of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people to move from protracted and recurrent crises to longer-term sustainable development. With insights from across the breadth of GRP, this evidence will be used to inform future resilience programming at a time when it is more important than ever.
The Resilience Insights Report distils and illuminates the latest evidence from across the breadth of the Global Resilience Partnership, which is made up of around 50 partners spanning academia, policy think tanks, bilateral and multilateral development institutions, global and local Civil Society Organizations, and the private sector. This includes evidence from 42 resilience projects and programmes showing the most compelling results from some of the most advanced resilience enhancing efforts from around the world.
Itad’s Dave Wilson, one of the report’s lead authors said of the findings “Given the urgency of the climate crisis, there is limited time to pursue solutions that do not work at scale for the people already feeling the effects of climate change. I hope that the evidence we’ve gathered in this report demonstrates the contribution resilience programmes can make to a global solution and help direct those planning and designing projects to do so in the most effective way possible ”