CASE 3: KARAMOJA, UGANDA
The REAL Risk and Resilience Assessment Case Study Series is produced by the Resilience Evaluation, Analysis and Learning (REAL) Award. The series takes a closer look at risk and resilience assessments to reflect on where and how these processes have positively affected strategy and programs.
This case focuses on the use of a risk and resilience assessment to inform a new development vision in Karamoja, Uganda.
For other case studies in this series refer to this link:
The REAL RISK AND RESILIENCE ASSESSMENT CASE STUDY SERIES OVERVIEW