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Knowledge matters: improving resilience in South Sudan

Source(s):  Concern Worldwide

The improving resilience in South Sudan (IRISS) project – funded by DFID’s building resilience and adaptation to climate extremes and disasters (BRACED) programme – sought to increase resilience to drought and floods for targeted communities, especially women and girls, while also contributing to evidence-based learning related to developing climate change resilience in complex and conflict contexts.  

After just over three years in operation, the BRACED-IRISS project came to an end on 30 June, 2018. This article summarises the main lessons from the project.

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  • Knowledge matters: improving resilience in South Sudan
  • Publication date 2018
  • Author(s) Brouder, Alan; Boswell, Alan; Dowd, Caitriona; Matturi, Kai; Kingston, Nellie; SilvaVillanueva, Paula; Philips Itty, Ruth; Sword-Daniels, Vicky; Maugère Ciupa, Zoé
  • Number of pages 40 p.

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