Quantitative Impact Assessment of Community Resilience (CoBRA)


Client: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Year: 2012
Countries: Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda


UNDP commissioned this study to develop a quantitative impact assessment methodology for measuring community resilience to crisis in the Horn of Africa. In addition to developing the conceptual framework and methodology, the approach was field tested in the three countries, to develop a tool – the Community Based Resilience Analysis (CoBRA) that can be used more widely to measure resilience, and the impact of interventions on resilience, at a community or household level.

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