Developed by Conservation International, the Resilience Atlas is an interactive analytical tool for developing understanding of the extent and severity of key stressors and shocks that are impacting food security and resilience within RFS project sites. The Resilience Atlas database integrates over 60 of the best available datasets related to resilience and summarizes the output in accessible maps at regional, national, and local scales.
These maps give insight into how stressors and shocks interact with the unique vulnerabilities of a production system or ecosystem to increase or decrease resilience. The user can visualize and overlay various indicators related to land productivity, climate trends, and land degradation to assess current and future food production and resilience conditions.
The aim of the training is to build participants’ skills in monitoring and assessing ecosystem resilience by enhancing the understanding, the interpretation, and the application of the Resilient Atlas for planning and decision making.
Participants can expect to learn how to:
PART 1: ASSESSING
RESILIENCE FOR FOOD SECURITY PROJECTS
23 February 2021 @ 15h – 17h (East Africa Time)
PART 2: ASSESSING ECOSYSTEM RESILIENCE USING RESILIENCE ATLAS
25 February 2021 @ 15h – 17h (East Africa Time)
PART 3: CREATING PARTNERSHIPS & LINKAGES WITH OTHER PLATFORMS
2 March 2021 @ 15h – 17h (East Africa Time)
If you are interested in attending the training, please register here. Meeting links will be sent to your email upon registration.
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In March 2021, Resilient Food Systems launched its latest Annual Report. The report gives an overview of the Resilient Food Systems programme and shares stories, best practice examples and lessons learned from the 12 country projects and Regional Hub.
Download the report to learn more about the activities and achievements of the RFS programme.