Resilience and Access Models

  • Institutional Framework – Form and nurture SHG, CIG, Farmers collectives
  • Thematic Mainstreaming – Raise consciousness about Climate Change, Gender, Poverty, Preventive health, Legalities & Improved quality of life  
  • Technical and Life Skills – Bridge knowledge & skill gaps through Vocational Leadership, Communication, Soft and Digital skills

Resilience refers to the capacity of an ecosystem to recover from environmental stresses due to climate change, pandemic, pollution and other force majeures and ability of individuals or groups or communities to cope with social and economic challenges and crises at the earliest.  

SCORE believes in building resilience at the individual, family and community levels to ensure inclusive and sustainable growth.

At individual level, it is generally perceived as an individual’s ability to effectively cope with stress and adversity. This may be achieved through enhanced technical and life skills, and sustainable livelihood choices. At family level, resilience refers to abilities of families to cope with transitions and situational difficulties, to adjust, adapt and even thrive despite social and economic hardships as opposed to non-resilient family that often tends to give up more easily or give in to pressures and pulls of life. At SCORE we facilitate