Transforming lives through improved resilience

Transforming lives through improved resilience

14 July 2014

Concern Worldwide has produced a report on community resilience to food and nutrition crises called: "Confronting crisis: transforming lives through improved resilience". This report was originally published online on 13 January 2014.

Here is an excerpt from the report, which can be downloaded by clicking on the link below:

In recent years, discussion has grown on promoting resilience by humanitarian, disaster risk reduction, climate change and development actors working in the Horn of Africa and the Sahel. Donors such as USAID, the European Community and DFID have started to adopt a resilience agenda In DFID’s case, this was catalysed by the independent Humanitarian Emergency Response Review, which described the current global humanitarian system as “not fit for purpose” and called for a shift in the way humanitarian aid is conceived and delivered.

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Transforming lives through improved resilience

Concern Worldwide has produced a report on community resilience to food and nutrition crises called: "Confronting crisis: transforming lives through improved resilience".