This paper outlines the Linking Preparedness Response and Resilience in Emergency Context (LPRR) project’s Typhoon Haiyan case study. The Haiyan case study was a pilot for the Linking Preparedness, Response and Resilience (LPRR) remote humanitarian research methodology. Here, Kings College London facilitated a 4 day practical academic research training workshop for Help Age COSE in the
The Help Age COSE team, accompanied by a local researcher from Ateneo de Manila University went on to facilitate the research data collection. The project has three strands focusing on; resilient informed humanitarian response, resilience informed conflict prevention and learning and capacity building. Eight case studies of past humanitarian response interventions will be explored in each of the focus countries.
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