Les auteurs :
REAL
Année de publication :
2018
Type de ressource :
Orientation technique
La langue :
Anglais

Compte tenu de l'éventail des programmes de l'USAID qui tentent de saisir les changements de résilience promus par leurs investissements, il est nécessaire de disposer d'options de mesure qui reflètent mieux les objectifs et les ressources disponibles de ces différents programmes. Ce guide présente des approches légères, intermédiaires et complètes pour l'analyse de la résilience, chacune reflétant un niveau d'effort - et de budget - différent en termes d'instrument d'enquête et d'analyse utilisé. 

Les ressources incluses dans cette page sont destinées à être utilisées ensemble pour mesurer et analyser la résilience dans les activités pertinentes financées par l'USAID.

The Resilience and Resilience Measurement Options were launched during an event in Washington, DC (and online) on November 8, 2018. You can view a recording of the event here. The presentation is available to download in the menu on the right on this page. You can access the event presentation here.  

View the Resilience and Resilience Capacities Measurement Options overview postcard here

Resilience and Resilience Capacities Measurement Options Household Questionnaire

This household questionnaire was developed as part of the resilience instrument (which involves a household and a community questionnaire) to be used with the Food for Peace (FFP) core household questionnaire. Other USAID offices (e.g., BFS) may need to adjust references of specific FFP modules/questions to match their own core questionnaire.

Resilience and Resilience Capacities Measurement Options Full Approach Community Questionnaire

This community resilience questionnaire was developed as part of the resilience instrument (which involves a household and community questionnaire) to be used with the Food for Peace (FFP) core household questionnaire.

Resilience and Resilience Capacities Measurement Options Full Approach Enumerator Guidance

The resilience instrument employed as part of USAID’s core household questionnaire gathers
data to serve two purposes:

  1. to identify the shocks and stressors that have the greatest impact on the food security and well-being of individuals, households and communities and/or occur with the greatest frequency. Examples of shocks and stressors include flooding, drought, land degradation, and other shock events or chronic conditions.
  2. to identify the resilience capacities that are critical to mitigate the impact of, effectively deal with, and respond to shocks and stressors. 

Resilience and Resilience Capacities Measurement Options Full Approach Methodological Guide

This document provides guidance on calculating individual components of resilience capacity as well as the three resilience capacity indices absorptive, adaptive, and transformative capacities – and an overall resilience index.