About the Knowledge Manager

The role of the Knowledge Manager is to ensure BRACED is contributing to a sustained and transformational impact on people’s resilience to climate extremes beyond the communities directly supported by funded projects. It does this through generating evidence and learning on resilience from across the BRACED programme to inform and influence the policies and programmes of practitioners, governments and funding agencies.

Evidence from across the BRACED portfolio and beyond is gathered through evaluations at different levels, thematic research, and original learning approaches. BRACED Implementing Partners will be supported to increase the impact of their projects through integrating ongoing learning into their approach, evidence will be shared with practitioners to benefit wider programming and fed in to policy dialogues to inform national policies and institutions. The Knowledge Manager is run by a consortium of six organisation, listed below.

This guide details more information about the BRACED Knowledge Manager and the various learning tools it uses to generate and share knowledge on what works and what doesn't in terms of building resilience to climate extremes and disasters.

You can also view our handy infographic on the BRACED programme as a whole and how the Knowledge Manager works alongside it.



Report Delivering climate resilience programmes in fragile contexts

Aimee Neaverson, Catherine Gould, Katie Peters

This review explores how climate resilience programmes and projects can be designed, established and managed to be resilient themselves in fragile and conflict-affected contexts.

Guide How mobile phones can be used to track views on resilience

Lindsey Jones

This brief synthesises some of the main findings from the Rapid Response Research project, highlighting strengths and weaknesses of the project’s new approaches.

Case Study Building Resilience for All: Intersectional approaches Kenya

Emma Lovell, Gertrude Lung'ahi

This note provides insights from the BRACED report ‘Building resilience for all: intersectional approaches for reducing vulnerability to natural hazards in Nepal and Kenya’, which highlights ...

Guide A how-to guide for subjective evaluations of resilience

Lindsey Jones

This how-to guide outlines what subjective evaluations of resilience are and how self-evaluations of resilience can be collected in a robust way.

Report Climate change, conflict and security scan: analysis of current th

Katie Peters, Leigh Mayhew

In the second climate change, conflict and security scan, we summarise the latest developments on Twitter, in the blogosphere, and in grey and academic literature over the period from August to ...

Report Linking financial services and social protection for resilience

Cecilia Costella, Lena Weingartner

This brief aims to inform policy by helping fill knowledge gaps on both the potential and the limitations of developing links between cash-based assistance and financial inclusion interventions to ...