Join REAL and team members from USAID-funded programs in Uganda, Nepal, and Ethiopia for an interactive discussion on successes and challenges of implementing integrated resilience programming in food security activities.
Defined as, “the intentional layering and sequencing of multi-sectoral interventions and the coordination of actors in order to prevent or reduce the drivers and effects of shocks and stresses that undermine the program and the long-term well-being of the target population,” integrated resilience programming has proven crucial to sustained resilience outcomes and the success of food security activities across the USAID portfolio.
By the end of this session, participants will have learned about the added value of integrated resilience programming in food security activities, hear examples of what integration looks like in practice, and learn about challenges faced when attempting to integrate programs at different stages of the program life cycle. Breakout group discussions will allow for more in-depth conversations with peers. This event is primarily for development practitioners who support USAID-funded activities, especially those working on food security and resilience.