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Creating New Paths to Resilience: Experiences from Indonesia and the Philippines

Partners for Resilience (PfR) received a grant from the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) to implement a range of activities to facilitate innovative learning and policy dialogues, building upon delivery at scale in PfR. Managed by the Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre, the project aims to inform and shape policies for scaling up climate-smart community resilience building, using evidence-based lessons learned from PfR experiences in Indonesia and the Philippines. As part of the project component on global sharing of project experiences for learning, facilitating dialogues and influencing climate-smart policy across levels and regions, knowledge management products to facilitate policy dialogues will be produced. These will be developed through documentation of good practices and lessons in  implementation through the writeshop process.

The International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) provides supportand guidance on the linking and learning agenda of PfR Philippines. IIRR submitted a proposal to the Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre to help guide and facilitate the documentation of lessons learned and good practices from the two countries.

Objectives and Outputs
The publication is linked to the set learning agenda of PfR, which has three learning objectives:

  1. How can good practices be identified in integrating disaster risk
    reduction (DRR), climate change adaptation (CCA) and ecosystems
    management and restoration (EMR)?
  2. How can implementation of integrated DRR/CCA/EMR approaches
    be facilitated at community level?
  3. How can implementation of integrated DRR/CCA/EMR approaches
    be facilitated at local, national and international policy level?

These are further discussed in the paper in this book, PfR Experiences:
What are we learning?
This publication provides input to the learning of PfR and partners in the course of implementing the integration of DRR/CCA/EMR in their projects. It will also serve as a reference in the development of policy briefs and other knowledge management products.

 

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