This area features a selection of the most relevant methods, tools and indicators that are available to YOU, as a food and nutrition practitioner and/or decision maker
Recognizing that the final value of the growing body of work on resilience will be settled through empirical study, the Resilience Measurement Technical Working Group (RM-TWG) was formed to offer [...]
This document introduces RIMA-II, the technical evolution of the FAO Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA) tool. RIMA was completely and deeply revised by the FAO Resilience Analysis and Policies [...]
In line with the growing interest around resilience, and as investments continue to be made in resilience-focused programs and policies, the need for measurement will likely increase.
As a matter [...]
Author/Source: Technical Consortium for Building Resilience in the Horn of Africa, CGIAR. Authors: Mark A. Constas, Jenn Cisse, Erwin Knippenberg and Katie Downie
This report presents a detailed description of the methodology and first results of FAO's Voices of the Hungry project. It provides the theoretical background and detailed description of the statistical [...]
This guide provides technical guidance on the design and use of beneficiary-based surveys (BBSs) to support the collection of data for agriculture-related annual monitoring indicators. The guide is intended for [...]
Author/Source: USAID, FANTA III, FHI 360
This guide for measuring women’s dietary diversity, recently published by FAO and FANTA III with the support of EU and USAID respectively, intends to provide detailed guidance on its use and [...]
Author/Source: FAO - FANTA III
Measuring resilience and how it varies over time is extremely important for policy makers and people living in risk-prone environments.
This paper embraces the definition of resilience as “the capacity [...]