In April the REAL Award launched the USAID Resilience Measurement Guidance Note Series, a set of five guidance notes that provide pragmatic guidance to assist practitioners in integrating core aspects of resilience measurement into their programs and activities.
In this short course, we invite you to join us for three interactive webinar sessions where you will learn how to apply the guidance in your work. Register for one, two or all of them and mark the three last Wednesday in June at 10 am EDT in your calendars!
We strongly recommend reading the Guidance Notes before attending the webinar series.
To view and listen to the recording of the Guidance Note Launch Event in April 2018, please click here.
Session 1: Risk and Resilience Assessments - Wednesday, June 13, 2018 | 10:00-11:00 AM EDT
Presenter: Sarah Henly-Shepard, Senior Advisor, Climate Change and Resilience, Mercy Corps
Session 2: Design and Planning for Resilience Monitoring & Evaluation at the Activity Level - Wednesday, June 20, 2018 | 10:00-11:30 AM EDT
Presenters: Diana Picon, Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant, Mercy Corps | Jill Scantian, Regional Resilience Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning Advisor, Mercy Corps | Sonia Moldovan, Senior Technical Lead for Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, Mercy Corps
Session 3: Measuring Shocks, Stresses, and Resilience Capacities & Analyzing Resilience - Wednesday, June 27, 2018 | 10:00-11:30AM EDT
Presenters: Brad Sagara, Senior Resilience Researcher, Mercy Corps | Tim Frankenberger, President and Co-Founder, TANGO International
Session 4: Recurrent Monitoring Surveys- Tuesday, October 29, 2019 | 10:00- 11:00 AM EDT
Presenters: Lynn Michalopoulos, Resilience Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, USIAD Bureau for Food Security | Tim Frankenberger, President, TANGO International, Jill Scantlan, Resilience Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning (MERL) Advisor, South and East Asia, Mercy Corps.
Access the Insights into Implementing Recurrent Monitoring Surveys in USAID-funded Activities Webinar here. This event organized by REAL was a discussion on the practical aspects of planning and implementing a recurrent monitoring survey (RMS), featuring panelists from Mercy Corps and TANGO International (see below for panelist bios) with first-hand experience of completing an RMS.