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Resilience for social systems (R4S)

Source(s):  GOAL International (GOAL)

GOAL developed the Resilience for Social Systems (R4S) in 2016 to inform a resilience approach to the implementation of humanitarian and development interventions by improving the understanding of socio-economic systems and how they react to shocks and stresses. The R4S intends to provide mechanisms for analysing the current resilience state of critical socio-economic systems, and leads to recommendations on how to build or strengthen the resilience of these systems, ultimately contributing to more inclusive and resilient societies.

This Guidance Manual draws on GOAL’s experience over 40 years in responding to major humanitarian crises and operating in fragile contexts as well as GOAL’s work over the past 10 years in developing innovations and practical approaches in resilience measurement and analysis. The manual breaks down R4S by exploring its five key components.

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  • Resilience for social systems (R4S)
  • Publication date 2019
  • Author(s) McCaul, Bernard; Cáceres Flores, Gabriela; Mencía, Sahady
  • Number of pages 104 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 978-99979-848-0-7 (ISBN)

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