“There is no question that building resilience must become a priority for us all….We can no longer accept our vulnerabilities or ignore the threats we live with….The good news is that resilience building is a concept that can be learned and a practice that can be developed.”
A growing network of 250+ practitioners of resilience measurement, evaluation, assessment and learning, we make the concept of resilience actionable for policy-makers, donors, project implementors and investors.
We collaborate to innovate and advance research, measurement, evaluation and learning tools that produce credible insights into what works for increasing resilience for all in today’s complex world.
Representing 90+ organizations, our members are leaders in strengthening the evidence base for resilience investments.
What are the critical components of effective resilience programming? A new GRP and Itad report distills learning from 22 GRP Challenge projects and 42 partner programs, from 16 countries.
‘Risk-informed decision-making should be the norm. Reducing risk means building resilient communities’. Find out more about the key messages and commitments developed by over 50 organizations and 500 participants seeking to raise ambition and accelerate action for climate adaptation and resilience.
Elsa Febles Carmona is the Senior MEAL Advisor for Resilience at Oxfam Intermón (Oxfam Spain), supporting Oxfam’s Resilience Knowledge Hub (RKH). Elsa led the development of Oxfam’s Monitoring, evaluation and learning for resilience: A companion guide (2018).
The concept of resilience is on a journey from theory to practice. Members have identified some milestones on that journey.
What event started you on your resilience journey? What milestones have been key along the way? You can tell us more here, and we will use this information to update the timeline.
The RMEL CoP and members, with support from the Global Resilience Partnership, IISD, Itad and Mercy Corps, took stock of how the growing RMEL community is generating and using evidence and knowledge to inform resilience practice and investment at scale. The convening followed the RMEL Conference 2018.
Over 200 resilience measurement, evaluation and learning specialists participated in the RMEL Conference 2018.
Hosted by the Resilience Measurement, Evidence and Learning Community of Practice, in conjunction with members and partners, the conference demonstrated that investments in resilience are resulting in better outcomes in people’s lives.
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This group is for members of the RMEL Community of Practice, and delegates who participated in the RMEL Conference 2018, providing a place to connect, and to share knowledge and expertise. Our purpose is to advance the field of resilience measurement, evidence and learning, through the collaborative exchange of ideas and publications.