Partners and Sponsors of the RMEL Conference 2018  

The RMEL Conference 2018 is made possible through the generous support of our partners and sponsors, all leaders in efforts to systematically understand what enhances resilience, and thus to strengthen the evidence base that informs resilience investments.

As members of the USAID-funded REAL (Resilience Evaluation, Analysis and Learning) initiative, TANGO International, Mercy Corps, Save the Children and Food for the Hungry are thrilled to join forces with #RMELConf2018. The event presents an excellent opportunity to exchange knowledge and advance collective efforts to promote rigorous and practical resilience M&E and learning. Several sessions draw from key evidence generated through REAL and we look forward to learning from other expert practitioners in this expanding field.

The Global Resilience Partnership (GRP) is excited to partner with #RMELConf2018. GRP is an independent partnership of public and private organizations joining forces towards a sustainable and prosperous future for all. GRP will share lessons learnt about resilience programming, and co-facilitate convening day events that bring knowledge and evidence to the resilience investment agenda.

CARE is pleased to partner with #RMELConf2018, a critical space to share knowledge about how measurement supports resilience, through initiatives such as CARE’s She Feeds the World.  CARE’s panel with Mercy Corps and Oxfam, “What's Gender got to do with Resilience? Framing and Evaluating Gender-sensitive Approaches”, will feature the Gender and Resilience Framework.

Global Infrastructure Basel Foundation (GIB) is proud to partner with #RMELConf2018. GIB will be show-casing SuRe® - The Standard for Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure, and leading a workshop with infrastructure tool developers and users together with The Resilience Shift, an initiative powered by Arup. 

World Vision is pleased to co-sponsor #RMELConf2018. World Vision will share insights from its natural resource management and climate adaptation work, including the Farmer-Managed Natural Regeneration approach and emerging work related to the role of resilience in strengthening food systems across development contexts.