It is a simple concept: resilience, improving existing systems, making them more productive and stronger, better able to deal with shocks and even converting problems into opportunities.
Resilience is a departure from the concept of ‘sustainability’ that aims to preserve what is there or pro‐ long what has been newly created – and as such is often conservative by character. Yet development is a lifelong project, even though nature and culture are always changing. There is no cut‐off date by which all is secured against all that comes after. It is here that resilience arrives – working with existing systems ‐ make them more robust, fair and productive to provide inclusive services and reduce the vulnerability of those that live by them.
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