Resilience Monitoring and Evaluation (ReM&E) (Self-Paced)


This course examines the key concepts of resilience, and presents an overarching resilience monitoring and evaluation framework to help task teams integrate key elements of resilience-building into their climate- and disaster-related projects and programs. The course is based on the recommendations and work conducted under the World Bank’s ‘Results Monitoring and Evaluation for Resilience-Building Operations’ or ‘ReM&E’ project. Other resources produced by the project can be found at the ReM&E knowledge portal (FURL://resilience).

This course covers the following topics:

  • Topic 1: About the Course. Outlines course structure and sets out the learning objectives for the course.
  • Topic 2: Framing and Operationalizing Resilience. Illustrates the significance of resilience in projects and programs. It provides basic concepts and principles of resilience-building (e.g., absorptive, adaptive and transformative capacities), highlights good practices that reflect these principles, and explains the importance of using resilience M&E to determine and evaluate the results of resilience-building projects and programs.
  • Topic 3: The ReM&E Framework. Introduces the overarching resilience results framework (ReM&E framework), and explains how it can be used to integrate resilience principles into the design and M&E of projects and programs.
  • Topic 4: Resilience Indicators. Reviews different qualities of resilience indicators that can be used to measure resilience-related results.
  • Topic 5: Monitoring and Reporting of Resilience Results. Illustrates basic concepts of analyzing quantitative and qualitative data and interpreting it to attribute resilience results to the project/program. The lesson also offers guidelines for presenting results of monitoring resilience results to stakeholders.
  • Topic 6: Evaluation of Resilience Results. Outlines a 5-step process for supporting project teams in better designing and delivering evaluations of climate and disaster resilience operations.

About Open Learning Campus

All registered users of OLC can experience its impact of new features. If you are already registered with OLC you can directly sign in to the new system. If you are a new user then do register to avail of the dynamic learning opportunities from WBG to deepen your knowledge and skills on a variety of development related topics. For example, you will have access to timely resources such as:

  1. Ted like video talks
  2. Podcasts
  3. Formal learnings (i.e., Self-paced courses/Facilitated Courses/MOOCs)
  4. Live events and Knowledge Exchanges
  5. Communities of Practice

You will have access to an extensive catalog of resources through which you can search and discover relevant learning materials.

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  7. Congratulations and welcome to the OLC! You’ll find additional tips and suggestions inside the “Welcome to the Open Learning Campus” channel at the top of the home page.

Course Details

  • Mode: Self-Paced