Back to the future: planning for long term impacts part one. This is the first in a series of four blogs about long term impacts of Practical Action’s work where we ask: what can we learn from past projects? What can we do now to ensure that positive impacts last in time? These blogs summarize […]
Back to the future: planning for long term impacts part two. In this second of four blogs on lasting changes, we discuss durability factors based on completed Disaster Risk Reduction projects. In a series of international workshops we identified key aspects for longevity and sustained impact, taking into account scales and project cycle, as well […]
Back to the future: planning for long term impacts part three. In this third of four blogs on lasting changes, we discuss what we can do now to better embed “long term” thinking in our current work. We present a “durability action template” to reflect on what to expect five years after a project ends […]
Back to the future: planning for long term impacts part four. In this fourth and last blog on enduring changes, we discuss what we learnt by organizing remote and interactive workshops, with practical tips to take into account the time, vision, trust, technology, and fun components.
The SC3 lab is running a longitudinal survey in four countries studying the drivers of individual adaptation to floods. The initial survey reveals differences in the effects of factors motivating action. For those of you who work with primary survey data let’s get in touch and explore the synergies of uniting fragmented knowledge!