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BRACED Resilience exchange: what have we learned so far?

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Written by Katie Peters, Elizabeth Carabine, Blane Harvey, Virginie Le Masson, Emily Wilkinson, Catherine Simonet, Charlotte Rye, Florence Pichon

Hero image description: Nepalese vegetable farmers Harina Harina Devi Khatri and her husband Bishnu practice on their new drip-irrigation system, supported by BRACED. Image credit:Bimala Rai Colavito Image license:iDE Nepal

The climate is changing rapidly. With limited resources and time to build resilience, we must learn what works, how it is working and how this can be scaled up, if we are serious about supporting the people who are most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and disasters. 

The BRACED Resilience exchange shares what we’ve learned so far by: 

  • presenting our experiences and learnings; 
  • providing insights into how resilience is being built in practice with 23 individual ‘stories of change’;
  • assessing key questions on how BRACED builds resilience and how we measure impact; and 
  • challenging what we think we know. 
Harina and Bishnu Khatri drip farmer © Bimala Rai Colavito
Carina Bachofen, James Baer, Elizabeth Carabine, Blane Harvey, Bettina Koelle, Virginie Le Masson, Katie Peters, Florence Pichon, Charlotte Rye, Catherine Simonet, James Smith, Zoe Tabary, Emily Wilkinson and Dave Wilson