Food for the cities programme

Reflection and reporting

This activity involves reflection on specific priorities for action, by listing the causes of problems, bottlenecks and risk components identified from the in-depth assessment findings. The project team will probably start with a long-list, which is then refined for the following ‘Action planning’ module. They may choose to prioritise addressing causes that have the widest and most profound consequences.  

Following this, the project team can update or refine the indicator framework. 

The findings of the in-depth assessment are then compiled into a detailed written report, accompanied by maps, the long-list of specific priorities, and the revised indicator framework. 


The following resources will help with reflection and reporting: 

Guidance: Analysis of In-depth assessment findings

This tool sets out a logical process for analysing the findings of the In-depth assessment for the multi-risk track, allowing the project team to make sense of the answers to the qualitative research questions.  

Guidance: Developing the indicator framework  

The CRFS Resilience Indicator Framework is a practical assessment and planning tool to help explore the specific needs of different parts of the food system in relation to building resilience capacities to climate and pandemic-related shocks and stresses. 

Guidance: Step-by-step GIS guide for the CRFS assessment and planning process 

[Available soon]  

Template: In-depth assessment report 

This template was adapted from the assessment report developed by Toronto and enables the project team to structure the in-depth assessment report on the CRFS. 

Template: CRFS multi-risk assessment report 

This template enables the project team to develop the in-depth assessment report of the CRFS including a multi-risk analysis to climate change and pandemic hazards.