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Tools for Understanding Relationships in Resilience Interventions. Rapid Analysis Tools. Relationship Diagram Resource/Services and Relationship Mapping. Relationship Diagram. KEY QUESTIONS : Who are the community stakeholders in the area that affect resilience?

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Tools for Understanding

Relationships in Resilience

Interventions

rapid analysis tools
Rapid Analysis Tools
  • Relationship Diagram
  • Resource/Services and Relationship Mapping
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Relationship Diagram

KEY QUESTIONS:

  • Who are the community stakeholders in the area that affect resilience?
  • What are the relationships between the communities, including dependencies, points of interaction and tension.?
  • How do communities define a good and bad relationship?
  • What type of interactions – social, economic, etc. - are associated with good and bad relationships?
  • How often do community members interact with people from conflicting communities?
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Relationship Diagram

  • Draw circles of community stakeholders in the livelihood system
  • Illustrate relationships among actors using a key that identifies the relationships
  • Interview the key to understand more about the relationships
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Relationship Diagram

Question 1: Ask, “Would you describe the relationship between A and B as very good, good, neutral, bad, or very bad?”

Question 2: Ask for all , “Why do you describe the relationship between A and B as good or bad?” What are the reasons for the bad relationship?

What are the reasons for the good relationship?

Question 3: For all relationships, ask, “In the past 3 months, have there been any interactions between A and B? If so, what kind of interactions?” 

Question 4: Among communities that have a bad/very bad relationship, do you see any benefit from/need of interacting with these communities? What type of benefits? Why are these important?

Question 5: What is required to improve or strengthen the relationships among the communities?

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Resource and Relationship Mapping

Key Questions:

  • What resources/services does the community use? Where are these resources/services located?
  • What resources/services are used by other communities?
  • Which resource, or service areas are peacefully shared and which are a source of tension? Where are these resources located?
  • Why are certain resources peacefully shared? Why are certain resources a source of tension?
  • How does tension affect resource and market access?
  • What relationships exist between conflict and the location of boundaries, settlements, and livelihoods-related resources?
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Resource and Relationship Mapping

  • Ask the community to brainstorm what resources/services exist in their community
  • Develop a map key for the major resources (including roads, mountains, and rivers/lakes)
  • Ask the community to start the map by drawing major landmarks, and then adding additional resources
  • Interview the map:
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Resource and Relationship Mapping

Key Questions:

  • What resources/services does the community use? Where are these resources/services located?
  • What resources/services are used by other communities?
  • Which resource, or service areas are peacefully shared and which are a source of tension? Where are these resources located?
  • Why are certain resources peacefully shared? Why are certain resources a source of tension?
  • How does tension affect resource and market access?
  • What relationships exist between conflict and the location of boundaries, settlements, and livelihoods-related resources?
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