There is a need for a safe space to test and scale disruptive and bold ideas. GRP surfaces and tests resilience innovations and incubates new ideas by designing and running innovation challenges and supporting peer-to-peer learning on innovation.
Projects on the Ground
We identify, co-design, and invest in resilience innovations on the ground.
PREPARE Call to Action to the Private Sector
GRP together with USAID and with input from the Office of the U.S. Special Presidential Envoy are collaborating on the Call.
Mobilising Business Schools for Adaptation (MBA)
GRP in collaboration with UNDP is working with prominent business schools on knowledge exchange, the business case for resilience, and innovation.
Ocean Risk & Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA)
This multi-sector collaboration aims to pioneer ground-breaking financial innovations that build coastal resilience.
Ocean Resilience Innovation Challenge (ORIC)
The Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance (ORRAA)‘s Ocean Resilience Innovation Challenge (ORIC) acts as an incubator by providing mentoring, leadership training and, for some, funding to help promising projects scale up.
Eight seed-level initiatives have been selected and over the next six months will work in collaboration with GRP to receive tailored mentoring and leadership training. The RAIN Challenge for non-profits is a joint effort between GRP and the Munich-Re Foundation.
In this story by Chemitei Janet, we learn how young people are changing the face of the fashion industry through sustainable choices. This is one of the five winning stories from the Resilience Perspectives storytelling contest.
In this story by Knowledge Into Use awards winner, Enoch Mwangilwa, children from the Chongololo and Chipembele Conservation Clubs are making a difference by using art and peer-to-peer climate education to encourage their communities to adopt sustainable practices.
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