Should resilience-building projects (always) be socially acceptable?
What makes humanitarian and development projects socially acceptable?
The role of multilateral climate funds in supporting resilience and adaptation through insurance initiatives
This BRACED policy brief explores how insurance can support smart decisions around risk reduction and adaptation to support the most vulnerable.
Intersectional approaches to vulnerability reduction and resilience-building
This scoping paper explores intersectional approaches to vulnerability reduction and resilience-building, with the aim of informing institutional policy and operational practice.
Exploring links between financial services and climate resilience: evidence from Myanmar
This report lays out early findings from mobile phone surveys conducted in Hpa-An township, eastern Myanmar, focusing on access to financial services and emergency funds.
Routes to resilience: insights from BRACED final year
Following three years of implementing 15 BRACED projects, this report collates and synthesises evidence to understand how BRACED is building resilience.
Routes to resilience: insights from BRACED year 2
Two years into the implementation of BRACED, this report collates and synthesises evidence from BRACED projects, to understand how projects are building resilience.
The market-based approach to resilience in Ethiopia: qualitative evidence from South Omo
This report explores which BRACED interventions and combinations of interventions made the most difference in Ethiopia
Making progress: BRACED at the mid-term
This report presents a synthesis of project-level mid-term reviews, carried out after 18 months’ implementation of the BRACED programme.
Routes to resilience: lessons from monitoring BRACED year 2
This paper shares insights, reflections and lessons learnt from designing, implementing and reporting against the BRACED Monitoring and Evaluation framework.
Community stories of resilience in ASEAN
This report highlights good practice in resilience building across ASEAN.