Private, public, and intergovernmental stakeholders ask how can we ensure that good practices, lessons learned, and challenges are captured to improve and prepare for the next inevitable response in Türkiye, or elsewhere in the world?
An assessment of water-related climate change adaptation initiatives in Thailand has found that living weirs and re-establishing floodplains can reduce the vulnerability of communities and ecosystems, alongside a range of other benefits.
Treasurer Rosalia V. De Leon stands behind groundbreaking advancements in Disaster Risk Finance, tirelessly working to fortify the Philippines' ability to withstand and recover from the devastating impact of natural hazards.
Weak coordination, unsustainable funding sources, poor infrastructure, and under-resourced public services not only hinder timely and proper response, but often exacerbate the damages and casualties from disasters in Lebanon.
This note outlines the “Strengthening Financial Resilience and Accelerating Risk Reduction in Central Asia” Program's work in addressing the challenges in disaster risk management for Central Asian governments.