Disasters are costly, both to lives and livelihoods. COP26 also confirmed that the climate crisis, which is resulting in a higher frequency and severity of disasters, must be urgently addressed. Given the priority the World Bank Group has placed on emergency preparedness, resilient recovery, and climate change adaptation, GFDRR Partnership Days affirmed the progress made on managing disaster risks, and that together with partner countries, the World Bank Group and GFDRR will continue to seek better, tailored, and sustainable solutions.

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A snapshot of the 2022 Partnership Days.

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President Malpass emphasized the importance of building resilience amid a changing climate.

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A deep dive into how Central Sulawesi has built back better after disaster.

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Watch replays of the sessions from the Partnership Days.

Inclusive DRM & Gender Equality

The impacts of disasters do not affect all people equally. Resilience-building efforts must consider the heightened vulnerability of certain groups such as women, girls, persons with disabilities, ethnic and racial minorities, Indigenous Peoples, youth, and other marginalized communities.

DRM & FCV Nexus

An increasing number of countries are affected by recurring natural hazards and protracted crises associated with fragility, conflict and violence (FCV). Accordingly, there is a need to promote collaboration across disaster risk management, conflict prevention and peacebuilding communities to increase resilience to climate and disasters.


CRP PLaylist

Watch the GFDRR Partnership Days Spring 2022 videos playlist on YouTube

Knowledge Products

A deeper dive into the insights and lessons from the Partnership Days.