Resilience in Action: Lessons from Public-Private Collaborations Around the World

This report discusses nine outstanding cases of collaborations that build resilience, selected from an analysis of over 100 examples of public-private collaborations in developing countries. These case studies show how innovative collaborations can make communities, economies, and businesses more resilient to existing and emerging threats.

They demonstrate how a wide array of players are involved in resilience-building activities, including government entities ranging from local authorities to international development organisations, and businesses of all sizes from micro-enterprises to multinationals. The collaborations span the full spectrum of sectors and industries most critical for building resilience: agriculture, housing, information and communication technology, health, fishing and aquaculture, transportation, tourism, water, financial services, waste and energy.

Meister Consultants Group for CDKN, May 2013.

Online version of report
http://cdkn.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/MCG_ResilienceinActionReportweb.pdf

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