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Strengthening Resilience in Niger and Burkina Faso: Results from the RISE I Recurrent Monitoring Surveys 2018-2019

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Save the Children
Date:
Nov 18, 2020
Time:
9:30am - 11:00am
Location:
Online
Organizer:
REAL

About the Event

The REAL Award and the Sahel Collaboration & Communication Activity (SCC) invite you to join panelists from TANGO International and USAID for a presentation of the key findings from the RISE I (Resilience in the Sahel Enhanced) recurrent monitoring surveys (RMS). The RMS followed a group of RISE I households over five rounds spaced two months apart from August 2018 through April 2019 in both Niger and Burkina Faso to evaluate how their wellbeing and ability to cope and recover from shocks evolved overtime.

The webinar will be a unique opportunity for participants to reflect on the study findings and engage with the lead researchers on this study. Priority questions from participants will be taken into account for follow-on learning events related to the RMS findings and SCC’s shared learning agenda.

This event is for humanitarian and development practitioners who support or are interested in resilience programming in the Sahel or neighboring West African countries. The session will be held in English with an option for simultaneous interpretation in French. Presentation materials in both English and French will be shared with all registered participants in advance of the webinar.

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Presenter

Tim Frankenberger, President, TANGO International

Tim FrankenbergerTim Frankenberger is the President and co-founder of TANGO International and has over 35 years of experience in international development activities. Tim has extensive experience in resilience measurement, project design, monitoring and evaluation, food and livelihood security assessments, vulnerability assessments, and policy analysis. He has actively contributed to the Resilience Measurement Technical Working Group and co-authored numerous papers developing resilience measurement standards. He has also published articles, evaluations, and reports focusing on resilience and household food and livelihood security and has worked in more than 30 countries. Tim has facilitated many workshops on resilience measurement, monitoring and evaluation, and project design, food security concepts, assessment approaches, livelihood approaches, and strategic planning.

Moderators

Tom Spangler,Resilience and Livelihoods Director, Save the Children US

In his current role with Save the Children, Tom provides technical input and program management support to a portfolio of USAID-funded Associate Awards, including the Resilience Evaluation, Analysis and Learning (REAL) and Implementer-led Evaluation and Learning (IMPEL) Awards, the Livelihoods for Resilience Learning Activity (Ethiopia), and Evaluative Research on Graduation Pilot Development Food Security Activity in Kamwenge, Uganda. Prior to Save the Children, Tom worked for Project Concern International (PCI) as the Director of Food, Nutrition and Livelihood Security, at the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization promoting strategic engagement with the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC), and at TANGO International as a Senior Technical Specialist.

Maggie Janes-Lucas,Chief of Party,Sahel Collaboration and Communication Project (SCC)

Maggie As the Sahel Collaboration and Communication Project (SCC) Chief of Party with Mercy Corps, Maggie Janes-Lucas oversees a five year program and multi-disciplinary team to address the challenges of collaboration, learning and communication among development and humanitarian actors across Niger and Burkina Faso. She regularly advises and engages with government agencies, international humanitarian and development non-profit organizations, civil society and the US Government – she is an agile problem solver focused on helping agencies and governments leverage funding and collaboration to address the major environmental, health and natural resource challenges in the Sahel Region.

Renforcement de la résilienceau Niger et au Burkina Faso: Résultats des enquêtes de suivis récurrents RISE I 2018-2019

Le projet REAL et l'activité de Collaboration et de Communication au Sahel (SCC) vous invitent à vous joindre aux panélistes de TANGO International et de l'USAID pour une présentation des principaux résultats des enquêtes de suivis récurrents (RMS) sur les projets de RISE I. Le RMS a suivi un groupe de ménages RISE I pendant cinq cycles espacés de deux mois, entre août 2018 et avril 2019, au Niger et au Burkina Faso, afin d'évaluer l'évolution de leur bien-être et de leur capacité à faire face et à se remettre des chocs.

Le webinaire sera une occasion unique pour les participants de réfléchir aux résultats de l'étude et de s'engager avec les chercheurs principaux de cette étude. Les questions prioritaires des participants seront prises en compte pour le suivi des événements d'apprentissage liés aux résultats du RMS et au programme d'apprentissage commun du SCC.

Cet événement est destiné aux humanitaires et aux acteurs de développement qui soutiennent ou qui s'intéressent aux programmes de résilience au Sahel ou dans les pays frontaliers d'Afrique de l'Ouest. La présentation sera faite en anglais avec une option de traduction simultanée en français et les questions/réponses seront disponibles dans les deux langues. Le matériel de présentation sera partagé avec tous les participants inscrits avant le webinaire.

Pour lire la présentation de RISE RMS en anglais, veuillez cliquez ici pour le rapport complet

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