Summary: Routes to Resilience: Insights from BRACED final year
Building Resilience to Climate Extremes and Disasters (BRACED) is the biggest global effort to build resilience locally, in highly vulnerable places, yet at scale. After three years of implementation, the BRACED Knowledge Manager has collated and synthesised evidence from project monitoring reports, to understand how resilience is being built on the ground. In this two-page summary, find a brief description of the key lessons.
The findings, lessons and recommendations of the full report contribute to the growing body of evidence and learning about resilience programming. The full report also contributes to further understand the practical implications of resilience as a concept, and how it can be assessed and measured to inform the design and commissioning of programmes.
This paper summarises ‘Routes to Resilience: Insights from BRACED final year’