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Resilience program start-up: How five years of rich learning through PAHAL can help future programs start strong

Source(s):  Mercy Corps

This paper outlines five key moments during program start-up where applying a resilience lens to existing good program management standard practices is critical: contextual analysis, results chains (resilience pathways), annual work planning and intervention design, quarterly work planning and activity design, and monitoring, evaluation, and learning planning. We refer to these as resilience standard practices.

Each of the five chapters focuses on one of these resilience standard practices by answering a set of key questions:

  1. How will this enhance the good work we’re already doing?
  2. Who should be involved and when?
  3. How do we complete the resilience standard practice?
  4. What has this looked like for other teams?



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  • Resilience program start-up: How five years of rich learning through PAHAL can help future programs start strong
  • Publication date 2020
  • Number of pages 44 p.

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