Step 4: Plan Implementation – how to develop an Action Plan to help your community increase its overall resiliency and adopt strategies to help the community survive a disaster.
Now it is time to put the plan into action. This involves implementing the plan’s strategies, checking progress on a regular basis, and setting up a planning cycle for plan revisions and updates.
Test. In this activity implementation your community’s plan will begin trough work on the actions or strategies you identified to increase disaster resilience
It is important to continually evaluate progress on a community-managed implementation process. In this activity, you should evaluate the progress on activities, time frames, budget, and the impact of your resilience strategies.
Remember that resilience is process. There is no end state. Resilience evolves as your community evolves and changes over time. This process of re-evaluating starts the planning cycle again. This activity involves making changes to your plan that are based on your community’s progress.