How communities and countries build resilience will be dependent upon their capacity to anticipate, plan and take action to respond to a wide range of risks. This is particularly the case for least developed countries. GRP works with communities, civil society and national governments to help ensure their long-term capacity and institutions are built for transformative change. To do so we harness the best expertise, experience and evidence on resilience and accelerate learning across institutions, practitioners and geographies.
Resilience Knowledge Coalition
Getting the best resilience knowledge and practice used to shape policies, plans and investments for a resilient future.
A collaborative online space to capture, access, co-create and advance the latest resilience knowledge.
Voices from the Frontline
Supporting grassroots communities’ to share their stories on the challenges and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Partners share their work with others in online webinars.
At Asia Pacific Climate Week, Mercy Corps, GRP, and the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance brought together a session discussing what transformation in locally led adaptation looks like in practice. This blog is a summary of the ideas and experiences shared and recommendations arrived at in this session.
The Resilience Knowledge Coalition is excited to announce the launch of the Global South Talent Pool. The Global South Talent Pool is an internship programme for graduates and young experts from the Global South. This programme includes capacity building, experience exchange, and support for the graduates and young experts.
As the Resilience Measurement Community of Practice (RMEL CoP) transitions into the Resilience Knowledge Coalition, we offer three key contributions of resilience measurement in the past decade, and three challenges to advance resilience practice in the decade to come.
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