This paper explores the concept of enterprise resiliency in Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) for development initiatives. ICT are necessary to improve access to vital services and to ultimately support efforts to improve economic conditions in developing regions. Access to information resources provides substantial benefits in the public and private sectors of regions with low standards of living. Success in achieving any benefit from ICT investment in any development enterprise will be directly affected by the resiliency of the ICT systems and services, including technical and non-technical domains. We explore a framework to analyze risks and threats to enterprise resiliency, and present guidance to support the development of resilient ICT for development.