Measuring changes in resilience as a result of the SUR1M project in Niger
This report presents the results of the BRACED Impact Evaluation of the SUR1M project in Niger.
Climate services for resilience: the changing roles of NGOs in Ethiopia
This study sheds light on the role of climate information and climate information services in bolstering resilience in Ethiopia
The Resilience Dashboard
The Resilience Dashboard allows anyone to explore insights from BRACED's Rapid Response Research project in Myanmar
Climate services for resilience: the changing roles of NGOs in Burkina Faso
This study sheds light on the role of climate information and climate information services in bolstering resilience in Burkina Faso
Reality of Resilience: 2016–17 drought in East Africa
The 2016–2017 drought across the Horn of Africa has contributed to failed harvests, extensive livestock deaths and food insecurity. This paper reveal lessons on using forecasts to trigger early action for humanitarian and development practitioners.
Discussion: What next for UN climate talks?
Two years after the adoption of the Paris Agreement, IIED and partners reflect on the outcomes of the November UN climate change negotiations (COP23) and the 12th December Climate Finance Day in Paris.
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.
Resilience solutions: exploring social protection linkages to forecast-based financing
This brief explores one aspect of how social protection can support better climate risk management and increase climate resilience by anticipating and dealing with shocks before they happen
Routes to resilience: insights from BRACED year 1
One year into implementing BRACED, this report collates and synthesises evidence from project Implementing Partners’ annual reports, to understand how projects are building resilience so far.
New methods in resilience measurement: early insights from a mobile phone panel survey in Myanmar using subjective tools
Early insights from a mobile phone panel survey in Myanmar using subjective tools