Disaster Risk Reduction

Climate change is projected to increase the occurrences and intensities of natural hazards. Disaster Risk Reduction (or DRR) is a means of adapting to this reality that relies on preventive measures as the most effective means of ensuring these hazards do not evolve into full-fledged disasters. It requires input from every part of society, and includes a wide range of adaptation activities, such risk and vulnerability assessments, and strengthening climate information and early warning systems.

Reducing vulnerabilities of populations in the Central Asia region from glacier lake outburst floods in a changing climate Kazkakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan


Enhancing Adaptive Capacity of Andean Communities through Climate Services (ENANDES) (Chile, Colombia and Peru)

Regional - LAC

Developing Community Resilience to Adapt to climate change in Maratua (Indonesia 3)

Indonesia - Asia-Pacific

Building the Resilience of Persons with Disabilities to Cope with Climate Change in the Asia Pacific Region (Cambodia, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand)

Regional - Asia-Pacific

Integrating Flood and Drought Management and Early Warning for Climate Change Adaptation in the Volta Basin

Regional - Other

Total Project Cost US$ 7,250,000

Increased climate resilience of South Caucasus mountain communities and ecosystems through wildfire risk reduction (Armenia and Georgia)

Regional - Eastern Europe

Increasing Climate Resilience through Restoration of Degraded Landscapes in the Atlantic Region of Central America


Enhancing Adaptive Capacity of Andean Communities through Climate Services (ENANDES)


Integrated climate-resilient transboundary flood risk management in the Drin River basin in the Western Balkans (Albania, Former Yugoslav Republic and Montenegro)

- Eastern Europe

Building climate and disaster resilience capacities of vulnerable small towns in Lao PDR

Lao People's Democratic Republic - Asia-Pacific