The Added Value of Resilience Programming

The Added Value of Resilience Programming

22 May 2017

This report examines how the BRCiS programme in Somalia used early warning seasonal data in June and November 2016 to identify Red Flags for the now realised drought crisis.  

Concern's Building Resilient Communities in Somalia ( BRCiS) programmes uses a multifaceted approach to strengthening local capacity to identity, prepare for, and respond to shocks.As a result of using early warning seasonal data, the programme was able to trigger a series of early responses, months prior to conventional humanitarian actions taking place.

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The Added Value of Resilience Programming

This case study demonstrates clearly the added value of resilience programming to the ongoing drought response in Somalia.
  • The added value of resilience programming to the drought response in somalia