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Case Studies | July 10, 2019

Sustaining Resilience

Guatemala, Bangladesh, Vietnam

This study is based on field research in Guatemala, Bangladesh and Vietnam, where CRS implemented projects to strengthen peoples’ capacities to prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters. The research aimed to establish which activities the women and men who had participated in the projects were still doing three years later, and why. It also aimed to find out whether the women and men still felt resilient—as final evaluations had indicated—and the reasons for that.