Policies and Plans

Governance of risk plays a central role in managing disaster risk. Disaster risk reduction (DRR) strategies, in particular, are crucial for coordinating DRR implementation at both the national and local levels. They serve as the cornerstone for effective disaster risk governance and risk-informed development.

National and local strategies set implementation milestones, establish key roles and responsibilities, and identify technical and financial resources. At the same time, the existence of regional/sub-regional strategies and/or legally binding frameworks for disaster risk reduction acts as a significant incentive for the development of DRR strategies at national level.

This page displays regional and national policies and plans on disaster risk, climate adaptation and resilience.

Submit a local, national, or regional policy and plan, a national legal framework, or an intergovernmental declaration.

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Cover of the NAP: farmer holding crops; camels in a canyon river
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The National Adaptation Plan process provides an opportunity to undertake adaptation planning in Chad in a dynamic way, coherent to the country’s medium- and long-term needs, including identifying and addressing key challenges to effective adaptation.
Policies and plans

Le présent CNGRA a pour objet d’estimer à l’avance l’ampleur des moyens nécessaires, tant pour la lutte préventive que pour faire face aux situations de crise, en précisant les moyens d’organisation et de coordination et en identifiant les situations dans

Policies and plans

In French:

Le plan ORSEC est un plan cadre gouvernemental, permettant d’organiser la réponse en cas de catastrophe de grande ampleur qui dépasse les moyens habituellement misent en place pour y répondre. Il permet d’appuyer le leadership du gouvernement

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