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A Systematic approach to resilience assessment, measurement and analysis Resilient Africa Network (RAN): resilience framework

Source(s):  Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy, Tulane University (DRLA)
United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

A systematic approach to resilience assessment, measurement and analysis:

This publication describes the work of the Resilient Africa Network (RAN) in identifying resilience dimensions and indicators and assessing system resilience, understanding what makes people and systems resilient (what makes them capable to withstand or adapt to shocks and stresses in a manner that makes them less vulnerable to future risks). This paper also identifies entry points and prioritizes interventions to strengthen capacities and reduce vulnerabilities to build systems’ resilience, and aims to give better explanation of shocks and stresses that affect populations and systems and the factors that render them vulnerable to those shocks and stresses.



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  • A Systematic approach to resilience assessment, measurement and analysis Resilient Africa Network (RAN): resilience framework
  • Publication date 2013
  • Author(s) Luu, Ky; Nkwake, Apollo; Elzie, Deborah; Curdumi Pendley, Sofia
  • Number of pages 10 p.

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