Tools to Diagnose and Improve How Households Fare in Difficult Circumstances from Conflict to Climate Change
Definition: Household Resilience indicators serve to capture the capacities of families and communities to prepare for and to react to stressors and shocks in ways that limit vulnerability and promote sustainability.
Build on the best of current practices but in a fundamentally new way by streamlining and creating more pragmatic options so that resilience measurement is more easily measured and understood.
Distilling best practices and then streamlining so anyone can use and understand resilience metrics, a vital component of poverty reduction.
A Sample Of Global themes
- Shock and Risk
- Community and institutional Environment
- Living and working conditions
- Basic humans rights and equity
- Learning and innovation
- Services and infrastructure
- Resource Management
- Climate Change
- Producer Livelihood
- Other Resources