Making Sense of Drought and Resilience in Afghanistan

Drought
We are delighted to host Paul Ader, Director of ThinkClarity, to share his experience of this project, to talk about the lessons he learned and to describe how he has started to use them in recent projects and in ongoing development activities.

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10 December 2020 - 5:30 pm

End

10 December 2020 - 6:30 pm

Making Sense of Drought and Resilience in Afghanistan

This SenseMaker project, carried out by ThinkClarity for UNDP Afghanistan’s Livelihoods and Resilience Unit, explored how people in the provinces of Herat and Badghis responded to the severe drought in 2018 at the same time as coping with the continuing 40-year conflict. Data collected from 1,300 respondents in October 2019 (including people who remained on their land and people who moved to IDP sites) has been analysed, explored and used to write a report recently published by UNDP. This report and its accompanying presentation can be downloaded from the UNDP’s website via https://bit.ly/TC_UNDP_AF_DroughtResilience. The report was well received by the Afghan Government and described by the UNDP Country Office Director as a revealing document that makes an important contribution to resilience programming in Afghanistan.

We are delighted to host Paul Ader, Director of ThinkClarity, to share his experience of this project, to talk about the lessons he learned and to describe how he has started to use them in recent projects and in ongoing development activities.

Paul is an experienced SenseMaker® practitioner and has designed and directed 11 projects (including 22 collections) since joining the CE community in 2014. Details are of these projects are available at https://bit.ly/TC_Projects_List

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