The launch of the Resilience, Evaluation, Analysis, and Learning (REAL) Dashboard

The launch of the Resilience, Evaluation, Analysis, and Learning (REAL) Dashboard

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The Institute for Development Impact is proud to announce the launch of the Resilience, Evaluation, Analysis, and Learning (REAL) Dashboard.

The REAL Dashboard, designed and produced by I4DI in partnership with Save the Children and the REAL consortium within the Food Security and Nutrition (FSN) Network, synthesizes USAID’s resilience data into an accessible, interactive platform. The Dashboard enables audiences to learn from past resilience activities by aggregating results data drawn from multiple projects and across dozens of indicators. Users are able to draw insights from the platform’s evidence base to inform the design and adaptation of current and future resilience programming.

With this introduction of this innovative resource, I4DI is pleased to be contributing to the effectiveness of resilience programming going forward.

About The REAL Dashboard

The REAL Award is a consortium-led effort funded by the USAID Center for Resilience. It was established to respond to the growing demand among USAID missions, host governments, implementing organizations, and other key stakeholders for rigorous yet practical monitoring, evaluation, strategic analysis, and capacity-building support related to resilience. REAL consists of a consortium of Save the ChildrenMercy Corps, and TANGO International.

Here are five ways this dashboard can help you explore data to inform and improve activity design and implementation. To read more about each of these features, see this  Top 5 Resilience Dashboard Highlights article.

To learn more about how to navigate the dashboard and use these features, watch the video tutorial.

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Interactive Map
The Interactive Map: Users can explore specific indicators and countries to create custom results and evidence maps.
Protective Effects of Capacities
Protective Effects of Capacities: This bubble chart enables users to learn about the components of each resilience capacity index and explore whether that component has an initial, continuous, or long-term protective effect for each country.
 
Compare & Contrast Programs
Compare and Contrast Programs in Sankey Diagrams: Users can compare program results to understand how these resilience capacities or forms of humanitarian assistance facilitated household resilience during shocks and stresses.
Critical Resilience Capacities
Explore Critical Resilience Capacities and Key Factors of Humanitarian Assistance for Effective Resilience Programming: These sections highlight critical resilience capacities for effective coping and the top factors of humanitarian assistance for effective resilience-focused programming. 
Synthesis of Learning

Key Takeaways: Users can find thoughtful conclusions drawn from the data paired with practical suggestions for improving resilience programming.

About The REAL Award

The REAL Award is a consortium-led effort funded by the USAID Center for Resilience. It was established to respond to the growing demand among USAID missions, host governments, implementing organizations, and other key stakeholders for rigorous yet practical monitoring, evaluation, strategic analysis, and capacity-building support related to resilience. REAL consists of a consortium of Save the ChildrenMercy Corps, and TANGO International.

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