Central Asia Hydrometeorology Modernization Project

A geographically diverse region, Central Asia faces a range of natural hazards which are now being intensified by climate change.

City Resilience Program: Shark Tank

At the Comprehensive Financial Solutions for City Resilience Conference, city leaders presented resilience projects to financial experts in a "shark tank" event.

City Resilience Program: Comprehensive Financial Solutions for City Resilience Conference

The Comprehensive Financial Solutions for City Resilience Conference convened city officials, private sector experts, donors, and investors to prepare for ambitious investments in urban resilience.


ThinkHazard.org is a free, easy-to-use, open-source toolthat helps project planners identify natural hazards in their project area and understand how to reduce their impact.

Building Safer Houses in Northern India

Since 2013, the World Bank and GFDRR have helped the people of Uttarakhand restore their homes, build better roads, and better manage future disaster risks.

Climate Risk and Early Warning Systems (CREWS) initiative

The CREWS initiative supports Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) to significantly increase the capacity to generate and communicate effective, impact-based, 

Climate Change in Fiji in VR: 'Our Home, Our People'

‘Vei lomani’ is a Fijian expression meaning ‘love in action’, and it is a value at the heart of Fijian life.

Climate change in Fiji: Rai’s story

When Category Five Tropical Cyclone Winston hit Fiji, Rai’s life was turned upside down; he lost his home and his sources of income.

Climate change in Fiji: Rupeni’s story

‘Vei lomani’ is a Fijian expression meaning ‘the act of loving one another’, and it represents the importance Fijians place on supporting each other in good times and bad.

Climate change in Fiji: Asmita’s story

Bayly Memorial School, in Fiji’s Ra Province, was badly damaged during 2016’s Cyclone Winston.