The Food Security and Nutrition Network Resilience Task Force is a community of technical specialists and practitioners who are using resilience as an organizing framework to bring development programming and humanitarian assistance together. Dedicated to advancing the understanding of resilience programming, the Task Force provides an inclusive forum for sharing experiences and for identifying, adapting, refining and disseminating state-of-the-art methods, tools, and promising practices related to resilience programming and measurement in order to increase the positive impact of food security programs.
Meetings and Events
Next Resilience Task Force Meeting: Tuesday, April 25, 10:00-11:30 am EDT / 2:00-4:00 pm GMT. Offices of Save the Children, 899 N. Capitol N.E., Maryland conference room, 9th floor. More details can be found here.
November 10, 2016 10:00 am-11:30 am EST. Read the notes.
August 10, 2016: View the meeting recording.
May 11, 2016: The Resilience Task Force held its first meeting, and discussed the broader resilience community, task force goals and objectives, and meeting frequency. View the meeting recording. Read the notes.
How to Get Involved
Participation in the Resilience Task Force of the FSN Network is open to those who are interested in using resilience as an organizing framework for food security and nutrition programs.
- Click here to join the RTF listserv and stay informed about future meetings.
- Contact Karyn Fox (email@example.com) for information about the task force.
- Sign up for the FSN Network Newsletter to stay informed of upcoming meetings and events.
Added Value of Resilience Programming to the Ongoing 2017 Drought Response by Dustin Caniglia (Concern Worldwide) and Sarah Baran (Baran Consulting), for Concern Worldwide
Analysis of Resilience Measurement Frameworks and Approaches, prepared by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) and Members of the Resilience Measurement, Evidence and Learning Community of Practice (CoP)
Asian Resilience Measurement Workshops - Summary by Tim Frankenberger and Olga Petryniak
Should Resilience be Conceptualized and Measured Differently in Asian Rural and Urban Contexts? by Tim Frankenberger and Olga Petryniak
Qualitative Data and Subjective Indicators for Resilience Measurement by Dan Maxwell, Mark Constas, Tim Frankenberger, Dorthea Klaus, Nancy Mock
Systems Analysis in the Context of Resilience by Nancy Mock, Christopher Bene, Mark Constas, and Tim Frankenberger
Measuring Shocks and Stressors as Part of a Resilience Measurement by Tim Frankenberger, Richard Choularton, Jon Kurtz, Suzanne Nelson
Resilience Evaluation, Analysis and Learning (REAL) Award
The Resilience Task Force collaborates with the Resilience Evalation, Analysis and Learning (REAL) Award, funded by the USAID Center for Resilience. The REAL Award provides rigorous analysis, relevant knowledge, and applicable guidance on best practices for resilience measurement, program design and implementation. Additional information and resources are found on the FSN Network REAL webpage.