Through its in-country work, GFDRR awards grants for specific activities in line with its seven operating principles:

  1. Demand-driven approach to ensure maximum impact
  2. Leveraging development investments and policies
  3. Focusing on inclusive design and participation
  4. Empowering women and main-streaming gender
  5. Jointly addressing disaster and climate risk
  6. Developing knowledge and sharing best practices
  7. Prioritizing a results-oriented approach

GFDRR’s grants are organized around eight areas of engagement, which represent our priorities in the coming years:

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Monitoring and evaluation
Learn more about how we monitor and evaluate the GFDRR Portfolio to drive improved performance.
What We Do
GFDRR is organized around these eight priority topics.
GFDRR Labs
We work with governments and communities to leverage cutting-edge innovations and approaches which facilitate the collection, sharing and understanding of high-quality risk information.
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Resilient Infrastructure
We work with countries to ensure that vital infrastructure in key sectors such as transport, water and education are resilient to natural hazards and climate change.
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Resilient Cities
We support cities in strengthening their ability to better manage stresses and shocks from disaster and climate hazards.
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Hydromet Services and Early-Warning Systems
We help countries plan and prepare for extreme weather by working with them to strengthen their hydromet monitoring, forecasting and early warning systems.
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Financial Protection
We support countries in their efforts to design and implement financial protection strategies and instruments which can help them manage the costs of disaster and climate shocks.
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Social Resilience
We work with countries to tackle the gender and social dimensions of disaster risk, while also mobilizing the expertise of citizens and communities for strengthening resilience.
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Resilience to Climate Change
We work with countries to strengthen their ability to plan, design and implement climate resilient policies and investments.
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Resilient Recovery
We support governments prepare for and respond to emergencies to ensure quicker and more resilient post-disaster recovery.
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Community mapping
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Bangladesh
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hydromet ag
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Solomon
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