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    RIMA-II: Moving Forward the Development of the Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis Model 2016
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    Building more resilient livelihoods is increasingly being recognized as one of the most powerful means to mitigate – or even prevent – food security crises. Since 2008, FAO has been at the forefront of efforts to measure the resilience capacity of people to food insecurity and the effectiveness of resilience strenghtening interventions. In this framework, FAO has pioneered the development and the use of Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA). RIMA is an innovative quantitative approach that allow explaining why and how some households cope with shocks and stressors better than others do. The first version of RIMA has been technically improved based on its application in 10 countries. As a result, the new RIMA-II methodology provides better support for more effectively designing, delivering, monitoring and evaluating assistance to populations in need, based on what they need most.
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    RIMA-II: Une version améliorée du modèle de mesure et d’analyse de l’indice de résilience – RIMA (Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis) 2016
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    On reconnaît de plus en plus que la création de moyens d’existence plus résilients est un des moyens les plus efficaces pour atténuer, voire prévenir, les crises de sécurité alimentaire. Depuis 2008, la FAO est à l’avant-garde des efforts déployés pour mesurer la capacité de résistance des populations face à l’insécurité alimentaire et évaluer l’efficacité des interventions visant à renforcer leur résilience. Dans ce contexte, la FAO a joué un rôle de chef de file dans l’élaboration et l’utilis ation du modèle de mesure et d’analyse de l’indice de résilience – RIMA (Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis). Le RIMA est une approche quantitative novatrice qui permet d’expliquer pourquoi et comment certains ménages résistent mieux que d’autres aux chocs et aux facteurs de stress. Des améliorations techniques ont été apportées à la première version du RIMA, sur la base des résultats de son application dans 10 pays. Grâce à ces améliorations, la nouvelle méthodologie RIMA- II per met de concevoir, d’exécuter, de suivre et d’évaluer de façon plus efficace l’assistance aux populations démunies, en répondant à leurs besoins prioritaires.
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    Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA) - Short questionnaire 2020
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    The Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA) is based on household-level data. Collecting large volumes of household-level data is time- and resource-consuming, and it is not always feasible in countries affected by fragility and conflict. For this reason, the size of the RIMA questionnaire has been reduced to take these aspects in consideration. A short RIMA questionnaire allows collecting the minimum information needed for estimating the household resilience capacity through short interviews; to increase efficiency, it can be collected using mobile devices, such as tablets and smart phones. It can be complemented with additional modules relevant to the project/programme to serve as an overall baseline for the intervention.
  • Thumbnail Image
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    RIMA-II: Moving Forward the Development of the Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis Model 2016
    Also available in:

    Building more resilient livelihoods is increasingly being recognized as one of the most powerful means to mitigate – or even prevent – food security crises. Since 2008, FAO has been at the forefront of efforts to measure the resilience capacity of people to food insecurity and the effectiveness of resilience strenghtening interventions. In this framework, FAO has pioneered the development and the use of Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA). RIMA is an innovative quantitative approach that allow explaining why and how some households cope with shocks and stressors better than others do. The first version of RIMA has been technically improved based on its application in 10 countries. As a result, the new RIMA-II methodology provides better support for more effectively designing, delivering, monitoring and evaluating assistance to populations in need, based on what they need most.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    RIMA-II: Une version améliorée du modèle de mesure et d’analyse de l’indice de résilience – RIMA (Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis) 2016
    Also available in:

    On reconnaît de plus en plus que la création de moyens d’existence plus résilients est un des moyens les plus efficaces pour atténuer, voire prévenir, les crises de sécurité alimentaire. Depuis 2008, la FAO est à l’avant-garde des efforts déployés pour mesurer la capacité de résistance des populations face à l’insécurité alimentaire et évaluer l’efficacité des interventions visant à renforcer leur résilience. Dans ce contexte, la FAO a joué un rôle de chef de file dans l’élaboration et l’utilis ation du modèle de mesure et d’analyse de l’indice de résilience – RIMA (Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis). Le RIMA est une approche quantitative novatrice qui permet d’expliquer pourquoi et comment certains ménages résistent mieux que d’autres aux chocs et aux facteurs de stress. Des améliorations techniques ont été apportées à la première version du RIMA, sur la base des résultats de son application dans 10 pays. Grâce à ces améliorations, la nouvelle méthodologie RIMA- II per met de concevoir, d’exécuter, de suivre et d’évaluer de façon plus efficace l’assistance aux populations démunies, en répondant à leurs besoins prioritaires.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA) - Short questionnaire 2020
    Also available in:

    The Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA) is based on household-level data. Collecting large volumes of household-level data is time- and resource-consuming, and it is not always feasible in countries affected by fragility and conflict. For this reason, the size of the RIMA questionnaire has been reduced to take these aspects in consideration. A short RIMA questionnaire allows collecting the minimum information needed for estimating the household resilience capacity through short interviews; to increase efficiency, it can be collected using mobile devices, such as tablets and smart phones. It can be complemented with additional modules relevant to the project/programme to serve as an overall baseline for the intervention.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    RIMA-II: Moving Forward the Development of the Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis Model 2016
    Also available in:

    Building more resilient livelihoods is increasingly being recognized as one of the most powerful means to mitigate – or even prevent – food security crises. Since 2008, FAO has been at the forefront of efforts to measure the resilience capacity of people to food insecurity and the effectiveness of resilience strenghtening interventions. In this framework, FAO has pioneered the development and the use of Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA). RIMA is an innovative quantitative approach that allow explaining why and how some households cope with shocks and stressors better than others do. The first version of RIMA has been technically improved based on its application in 10 countries. As a result, the new RIMA-II methodology provides better support for more effectively designing, delivering, monitoring and evaluating assistance to populations in need, based on what they need most.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    RIMA-II: Une version améliorée du modèle de mesure et d’analyse de l’indice de résilience – RIMA (Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis) 2016
    Also available in:

    On reconnaît de plus en plus que la création de moyens d’existence plus résilients est un des moyens les plus efficaces pour atténuer, voire prévenir, les crises de sécurité alimentaire. Depuis 2008, la FAO est à l’avant-garde des efforts déployés pour mesurer la capacité de résistance des populations face à l’insécurité alimentaire et évaluer l’efficacité des interventions visant à renforcer leur résilience. Dans ce contexte, la FAO a joué un rôle de chef de file dans l’élaboration et l’utilis ation du modèle de mesure et d’analyse de l’indice de résilience – RIMA (Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis). Le RIMA est une approche quantitative novatrice qui permet d’expliquer pourquoi et comment certains ménages résistent mieux que d’autres aux chocs et aux facteurs de stress. Des améliorations techniques ont été apportées à la première version du RIMA, sur la base des résultats de son application dans 10 pays. Grâce à ces améliorations, la nouvelle méthodologie RIMA- II per met de concevoir, d’exécuter, de suivre et d’évaluer de façon plus efficace l’assistance aux populations démunies, en répondant à leurs besoins prioritaires.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA) - Short questionnaire 2020
    Also available in:

    The Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA) is based on household-level data. Collecting large volumes of household-level data is time- and resource-consuming, and it is not always feasible in countries affected by fragility and conflict. For this reason, the size of the RIMA questionnaire has been reduced to take these aspects in consideration. A short RIMA questionnaire allows collecting the minimum information needed for estimating the household resilience capacity through short interviews; to increase efficiency, it can be collected using mobile devices, such as tablets and smart phones. It can be complemented with additional modules relevant to the project/programme to serve as an overall baseline for the intervention.

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