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Communities together: A guide for resilient community center design in island communities

Source(s):  Enterprise Community Partners
Mercy Corps
Resilient Puerto Rico Advisory Commission (ReImagina Puerto Rico)

This guide emerges as a response to the need to design community centres with the capacity to face climate, social and economic changes. And at the same time, serve as community educational and socio-economic development centres throughout the year. This duality of being prepared for an emergency, but also being relevant and active throughout the year, is of great importance to ensure, year after year, the community increases its organizational capacity to make positive changes. This resource was created to help communities design resilient community centres to strengthen organizational capacity, promote education year-round and be able to face climate, social and economic changes. It offers practical suggestions, including developing community organization, operational capacity and relevant physical assets to achieve resilience.



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  • Communities together: A guide for resilient community center design in island communities
  • Publication date 2019
  • Number of pages 47 p.

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