The Resilient Foundation (TRF) works to identify risks that can be hazardous to civilians, reduces such hazards and vulnerability in order to save lives. Their vision is to build disaster resilient communities which can act responsibly and proactively during disasters and emergency situations.
Baseline Management Plan for Covid-19
The Resilient Foundation (TRF) focused on creating an effective project plan, by setting a baseline. The baseline is the foundation on which the other project elements will be built on. This must include a scope statement. A great effort is taken to identify what organization needs from the project, aims to address how the organization will benefit from the project. Then create milestones as appropriate to the size of the project. Next, create a work breakdown structure (WBS), breaking up large tasks to smaller ones. Lastly, come up with a baseline management plan which details how stakeholder will review and approve changes to the baseline.
Cyclone Nisarga Response
Relief Kits where distributed to 250 families in Mhasala, Raigad block, a place known have very interior villages where no other help could reach the beneficiaries. Portable solar battery lights, with an external panel for 8-10 hours battery backup, Tarpaulin sheets, and dry ration were provided to the beneficiaries.
Capacity Building of Students
The Resilient Foundation (TRF), as a capacity-building expert having handson experience in the task, was approached by SEEDS India to build the capacity of 50 school students in the Haridwar and Dehradun districts of Uttarakhand.
The Resilient Foundation conducted 5 days of online workshops engaging 215 participants which include students, mid-professionals, parents, government officials, and social workers, who wished to have a keen eye on precautions and wished to learn the competencies of first responders.