This document presents a participatory approach to resilience reflection and learning that was piloted by LWR and its local partner organizations. The approach was tested as part of a mid-term reflection meeting of the Nepal-India Trans-boundary Flood Resilience (TBR) project, implemented by LWR and DanChurchAid (Box 1).
The objective of the pilot was to test a new process to deepen the integration of resilience concepts in the analysis of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) data, strengthening the implementation of resilience initiatives in the field. The Nepal experience provides development practitioners with a sample resilience reflection process for learning purposes. This document is not meant to provide guidelines for replicating the approach. Instead, it highlights the strengths and limitations found during field testing, which can serve as an input in the planning of resilience reflection sessions.Download PDF (3 MB)