The indicator will assess the community’s risk mitigation measure that will increase resilience.
To increase resilience the program will use a methodology called DRR (Disaster Risk Reduction) to prepare communities for the impact of climate change. This approach covers all parts of a DRM project cycle (Disaster Risk Management) meaning that the program will cover the following fields: preparedness, response, recovery, rehabilitation and risk mitigation.
Under the risk mitigation component is where most of the activities will take place in order to proactively avoid any negative impact of climate change and extreme weather events on people’s production, income and safety– i.e. resilience building. A set of predefined activities is reducing the risk of disaster.