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A deep dive into how to build socially-inclusive resilience in South Asia.
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A deep dive into the Facility's progress and results achieved during FY20.
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Blog
Advances in AI are helping mappers keep up with urban growth’s increasing density and sprawl.
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Event
A virtual speaker series on building resilience during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Feature
GFDRR stands in solidarity with client countries and partners affected by COVID-19.
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Quick access to predictable financing is critical for responding to emergencies like COVID-19.
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Events

Blogs

Blog

Welcome to #FreetowntheTreeTown—an unconventional tree-planting campaign. This innovative effort not only harnesses digital and disruptive technology to create skilled employment opportunities for local youth during the COVID-19 pandemic; it also establishes long-term climate resilience for the community.

Blog

So how is Central America working to expedite intra-regional assistance to benefit disaster-affected populations?  

The coordinated response among the region’s countries and the agile and timely arrival of humanitarian assistance in the context of disasters and emergencies can make the difference between life and death for many communities . This is especially relevant in Central America, the second most exposed and vulnerable region in the world to disasters, which often affect several countries simultaneously, as was the case after Hurricanes Eta and Iota in 2020. 

Blog

Although the Government of Tajikistan will determine which road resilience measures to prioritize and pursue, a World Bank and GFDRR report also recommends that investment in improved emergency preparedness and response, including search and rescue capabilities, continue.

Blog

In Morocco, cities are exposed to risks arising from fire, unregulated construction, industry, epidemics and natural hazards. The effects of natural hazards alone, covering floods, earthquakes, tsunamis and droughts, are estimated to cost Morocco an average US$800 million a year, and pose significant threats to Moroccan citizens and their livelihoods. Other factors exacerbate these risks in Morocco, including rapid urbanization, aging building stock and climate change.

Videos

GFDRR's Nature-Based Solutions Program
A video primer on GFDRR's Nature-Based Solutions Program.
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