Resilience is associated with an increase in the capacity to react to crises and overcome their associated current and future challenges. It promotes a transformative, lasting, fair, sustainable and inclusive recovery, and is understood in the RRP context in all its aspects: social resilience, economic and manufacturing resilience, and territorial resilience.
Resilience takes into account nine components to strengthen our country’s social, economic and territorial resilience. These include a robust set of interventions in strategic areas, namely in health, housing, social responses, culture, innovative business investment, qualifications and skills, infrastructure, forestry and water management.
Capitalisation and Business Innovation