IRM, Resilience, Livelihoods
20 February 19
Accord and CARE Philippines
This study documents the various experiences of households and communities that, sustaining serious losses particularly from the Bopha disaster in 2012 and Haiyan in 2013, have emerged successful in adopting strategies that would protect their livelihood assets and capacities from anticipated recurring disasters. From the lessons and good practices, in the context of largely rural and agricultural communities, the strategies in achieving resilience in livelihoods are identified.
This document on resilient livelihoods was based on the experiences and learnings of CARE and ACCORD during Washi, Bopha, and Haiyan emergency responses, Partners for Resilience, Proud of my Purok, and Strengthening Haiyan Recovery and Resilience through Inclusive and Climate-smart DRR projects.