GFDRR supports activities to strengthen disaster and climate resilience in this country. Additional information forthcoming.
Active Grants: 2
GDP (current US$): 221.8 billion (2017)
Population: 19.59 million (2017)
INFORM Risk Rating: 2.6
Grants Awarded by GFDRR 2007 - Present
|Accelerating Disaster Risk Management and climate resilience in Romania through policy reform, investment in risk reduction and civil society engagements
$350,000 01/2018 - 01/2020
|Strategies and Options for Scaling Up Disaster Risk Management in ECA Countries
$1,000,000 12/2017 - 08/2020
|Developing the South East European Multi-Hazard Early Warning Advisory System - Phase II
$1,500,000 11/2017 - 12/2020
World Bank Engagements 2012 – Present
Disaster Risk Management Development Policy Loan with a Catastrophe Deferred Drawdown Option
$493.06 million | Start date: 06/2018 (Ongoing)
The Program Development Objective (PDO) of the Building Disaster and Climate Resilience Program Project for Romania is to strengthen Romania’s institutional and legal framework to effectively manage the physical, social and fiscal impacts of natural disasters and climate change.
Strengthening Disaster Risk Management Project
$60.48 million | Start date: 07/2018 (Ongoing)
The Project Development Objective is to enhance the resilience of critical disaster and emergency response infrastructure and to strengthen the government’s capacities in disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation.