Collective action is essential for providing both the range and quantity of support needed to protect communities before, during, and after hazard events and other threats.
A wide variety of solutions are emerging to use digital technology to more widely engage people and communities directly through mobile devices and to ‘leapfrog’ the service and infrastructure gaps that still contribute to making communities vulnerable in many parts…
Local design and problem-solving are essential tools for ensuring that resilience solutions address local contexts and needs and build on local contexts. Even for solutions being adapted from elsewhere, local design can provide an important opportunity to shape and adapt…
To help communities around the world to strengthen their resilience, fundraising and other approaches to local resourcing are essential tools to start and sustain local resilience-building activities and to encourage further investment from local government and the private sector.
Measuring progress in resilience-building is an essential tool for organisations and communities to use in shaping current projects and demonstrating impact to donors and local investors.