Timely and inclusive recovery efforts and, thus, faster, and better reconstruction in the aftermath of disasters can lower social and economic burdens and allow a more rapid and sustainable recovery of development levels. With climate change and the prospect of more frequent hydrometeorological disasters, resilient recovery planning and investments have become a priority for the region. This involves assessing and building the capacity needed to ensure the fast and efficient restoration of services, economic activities, and infrastructure. The assessment identifies solutions to capacity issues that can limit and delay the implementation of recovery projects, and it also provides recommendations to improve recovery processes along three main axes: governance, competencies, and resources and tools.