From recovery to "resilient"—when good development outcomes aren't good enough

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By Jasbir Kaur and Molly Hellmuth, Ph.D.
Dec 17, 2020

As the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other donors assess COVID-19’s implications for future shocks, it is urgent that programs strive to build resilient systems and institutions where we work.

Watch as experts from USAID, ICFTulane University, and Tango International discuss how we know if our development outcomes across sectors are strengthening resilience capacities at the individual, household, community, and systems level.

This on-demand webinar:

  • Explores what resilience means in the COVID-19 influenced world from the perspective of both measurement and outcomes.
  • Provides case examples.
  • Highlights current tools, methods, and resources program that planners and implementers can access. 

 

Speakers:

Greg CollinsUSAID

Kerry PelzmanUSAID

Dorine GengaUSAID/Kenya

Ruth MadisonUSAID

Tim FrankenbergerTango International

Nancy MockTulane University School of Public Health

Jasbir KaurICF

Molly HellmuthICF

Meet the authors
  1. Jasbir Kaur, Director and Team Lead, Food Security and Resilience

    Jasbir is a survey research expert with more than 20 years of experience in food security, international health, epidemiology, and biomarkers.


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  2. Molly Hellmuth, Ph.D., International Lead, Climate and Resilience + ICF Climate Center Senior Fellow

    Molly ensures resilience to changing climate risk, with over two decades of experience mainstreaming climate-resilient development. View bio