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Speaker: Christophe Béné, Decision and Policy Analysis research area DAPA-CIAT, (Colombia)
As resilience programming gains more and more prominence as an approach for addressing chronic vulnerability of populations exposed to recurrent shocks and stressors, empirical evidence will be needed for measuring how well households, communities, and systems manage shocks and stressors, and how interventions and programmes that are designed to strengthen these capacities perform. Despite progress on the conceptual side, academics, practitioners, and donors are still struggling with pragmatic issues - in particular, how to measure, and monitor and evaluate resilience interventions. The objective of this presentation is to review some of the progress made recently in relation to measurement and M&E of resilience using some empirical case studies.