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Mapping a city's existing tree cover is key to fostering sustainable urban greening.
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How disaggregated data can help governments better target development programs.
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For the past three years, we at the World Bank and the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GDFRR) have been implementing the Strengthening Financial Resilience and Accelerating Risk Reduction in Central Asia program (SFRARR, The Program), funded by the European Union. The Program supports all five Central Asian countries—Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan— to improve financial resilience and risk-informed investment planning toward building disaster and climate resilience across the region.

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Weather forecasting is a crucial tool for the Kyrgyz Republic and the region in preventing the erosion of their development gains. By investing in maintaining and developing weather and water forecasting with support from the World Bank, Kyrgyz Republic has sought to better protect lives and livelihoods.

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For more than a million people (estimated 15% of the Caribbean population) who have physical, sensory, and intellectual disabilities, disasters are more daunting prospects than usual.  To better respond to these challenges, the unique needs and capacities of persons with disabilities must be better understood, incorporated in planning and translated into tangible outcomes.  This can be achieved through meaningful inclusion of persons with disabilities in the decision-making processes.

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Reflecting on the lessons learned from the GFDRR Partnership Days.