Resilience Evidence Forum
Join the Global Resilience Partnership for a three-day, interactive gathering to discuss what works and what doesn’t in building resilience.
The demand for resilience evidence has grown exponentially as conflict, COVID-19 and the accelerating impacts of climate change have reversed development gains on a massive scale and pushed hundreds of millions of people into crisis levels of poverty and hunger. As we’re seeing an increase in financial commitments to adaptation and resilience, it is key to review what works, what doesn’t and how we can tell the difference between the two when it comes to building resilience.
The Global Resilience Partnership and USAID are cohosting the Resilience Evidence Forum, a three-day, interactive gathering to advance the conversation about what works and what doesn’t in building resilience. The conference will take place in Cape Town, South Africa, and bring together up to 200 physical participants, including USAID headquarters and field-based staff, implementing partners, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), United Nations and international organizations, donors and Global South government officials, universities, private sector, and community-based and research organizations.