CEsA Working Paper 187/2022 explores the resilience of fragile states
CEsA has published the Working Paper “Resiliência em Países Frágeis: uma investigação exploratória em curso” (n. 187/2022), authored by Carlos Sangreman with Deolinda Martins, Christophe Quétel, Alexandre Abreu and Guy Bourdin.
The publication explores resilience in Guinea-Bissau based on the study “Context specific risk perception and resilience patterns for individuals and communities (urban/non-urban) – the case of people in Guinea-Bissau”, which applied a survey whose form is present in this Working Paper. This study resulted in an article published in an international journal and a PhD study in progress at the University of Aveiro.
Click here to download the Working Paper n. 187/2022: https://www.repository.utl.pt/handle/10400.5/26355
Resiliência em Países Frágeis: uma investigação exploratória em curso started in 2017 when the director of a service directorate of the Joint Research Center, at ECAS in Geneva, invited Prof. Carlos Sangreman to an exploratory study on resilience in Guinea-Bissau with the title Context specific risk perception and resilience patterns for individuals and communities (urban/non-urban) – the case of people in Guinea-Bissau. The study was carried out on the basis of the survey whose form is included in this Working Paper, gave rise to the attached article in an international journal and to a PhD thesis in progress at the University of Aveiro. The partnership between JRC and Cesa also involved Professor Alexandre Abreu and Master Jessica Santos, as well as Carlos Sangreman. From the JRC were Chistophe Quétel, Guy Bourdin and Ilektra Lemi. A survey was conducted in all regions and capital of the country to 210 households, with a previous pilot to 36 to refine the questionnaire in this partnership: project Enquêtes de terrain sur la perception du risque et la résilience des ménages en Guinée-Bissau Projet: Ares(2018)2381703 – 04/05/2018. Centre Commun de Recherche (JRC) de la Commission Européenne, Direction E, and CESA – Centre for Studies on Africa and Development of the University of Lisbon.
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