The ADRF Initiative, launched in 2015 and implemented by GFDRR and the WB, supports the development of risk financing strategies at regional, national and local levels to help African countries make informed decisions to improve post-disaster financial response capacity to mitigate the socio-economic, fiscal & financial impacts of disasters. 

Droughts and floods pose the most significant and recurring risk to Kenya, and the western and eastern regions of the country are most susceptible to the impacts of these hazards.