TANGO’s active contributions to thinking on resilience

TANGO is taking a leadership role in resilience, currently working with USAID, FAO, WFP, DFID, IFPRI, World Bank and NGOs. The following are papers authored by TANGO on a range of resilience topics:

Enhancing Resilience to Food Insecurity amid Protracted Crisis (2012) 

Enhancing Resilience to Food Security Shocks in Africa (2012)

Background for the Expert Consultation on Resilience Measurement for Food Security (2013)

Summary of the Expert Consultation on Resilience Measurement for Food Security (2013)

Feed the Future  Literature Review: Improving Resilience of Vulnerable Populations (2013)

Community Resilience: Conceptual Framework and Measurement (2013) and Webinar (2014)

Resilience Measurement Principles – Toward an Agenda for Measurement Design, Technical Paper No. 1 (2014)

Current Approaches to Resilience Programming Among Non-Governmental Organizations (2014) and Brief

A Common Analytical Model for Resilience Measurement, Technical Paper No. 2 (2014)

DM&E of Resilience Interventions: Conceptual and Empirical Considerations (2015)

Ex-post impact assessment review of IFPRI’s social protection research program of 2000-2012 (2015)

Report 3: The Effect of Livelihood Diversity on Recovery and Shock Impact in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda (2016)

Report 4: The Effects of Social Capital on Resilience Capacity: Evidence from Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Niger and Burkina Faso (2016)

Report 5: The Influence of Subjective and Psycho-social Factors on People’s Resilience: Conceptual Framework and Empirical Evidence (2016)

Report 6: Shocks, Resilience Capacities and Response Trajectories Over Time (2016)

Should Resilience be Conceptualized and Measured Differently in Asian Rural and Urban Contexts? (2016)

Areas of expertise

TANGO is a global leader in food security, livelihoods and resilience, with recognized contributions in results-based management. TANGO specializes in providing expertise that links recognized research and best practice, focusing on the following thematic areas:

  • Food security
  • Nutrition security
  • Livelihoods
  • Resilience
  • Climate change adaptation
  • Disaster risk reduction and recovery
  • Social protection initiatives
  • Vulnerability analysis
  • Agriculture systems
  • Markets and value chains
  • HIV/AIDS programming
  • Market-based programming (including cash and vouchers)
  • Gender equality and social inclusion
  • Child protection