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The Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) is working to reduce vulnerability to disasters in a changing climate.
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GFDRR 11h
Over the past decade, post-disaster needs assessments have helped communities across the globe after 🌊🌋 disaster. What lessons have we learned from PDNAs so far?
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GFDRR 16h
that 🌀 🌪️ hydrological & meteorological hazards account for 90% of disaster losses worldwide? In nearly a dozen countries, our initiative has worked with govt's to develop roadmaps for strengthening their weather forecasting systems:
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GFDRR Jul 15
Rapid manufacturing, real-time mapping and machine learning — these 3 innovative technologies could change the way we respond to 🌋⛈️ disaster:
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GFDRR Jul 15
Here's an interesting read to start your week: check out 's novel approach to hurricane-resistant homes in :
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World Bank Climate Jul 13
💧Nearly half the world’s pop. lives w/ water scarcity 🌊By 2050, nearly 20% of the world’s pop. will be at risk of floods 🌏Integrating infrastructure can help build climate-resilience. REPORT:
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GFDRR Jul 12
How can we homes and communities after major disasters like ? shares FOUR and a HALF lessons learned:
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GFDRR Jul 12
DEADLINE THIS MONDAY! The and invite submissions to the 2019 challenge. Help transform how we understand and communicate disaster risk. Learn more:
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GFDRR Jul 11
How can we safeguard the livelihoods of pastoral communities from the dangers of a changing climate? There's a lot to learn from 's pioneering 🐄 🐑 livestock program.
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GFDRR Jul 11
Dotted by ⛪ Baroque-style monumental buildings, the historic city of Antigua in is no stranger to natural hazards. So how we can protect & preserve the city's cultural heritage for future generations?
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GFDRR Jul 10
What if homeowners & small businesses could get 💲💲 to reduce risk before strikes? Facing 🌊 🌪️ natural hazards year-round, the Caribbean nation of Saint Lucia is doing just that — and women make up more than half of the borrowers:
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GFDRR Jul 10
Nearly a decade after the 2010 earthquake, 🇭🇹's national building code is helping the country chart a development path, but challenges remain in its enforcement. Learn more in this c/o of our Small Island States Resilience Initiative
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Understanding Risk Jul 10
The newsletter - Final Week! Some inspiration, and tips for submitting your project -
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GFDRR Jul 9
Check out our Results in series where we take a closer look at what our teams across the globe 🌏 are achieving on the ground – and lessons learned:
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GFDRR Jul 9
A changing climate means that the Caribbean’s and early warning systems must be constantly renewed to help countries plan and prepare for 🌩️🌪️ extreme weather. Learn more in our latest vlog.
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Ivan Bruce Jul 9
Day 2 of the resilience investment planning workshop case studies from & creating capital investments frameworks to upgrade infrastructure to build
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GFDRR Jul 8
that in almost half of disruptions are due to floods, costing over $100 million per year? why it’s so important to invest in resilient infrastructure:
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GFDRR Jul 8
History, disasters, and : The story of Antigua, 🇬🇹 by
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GFDRR Jul 5
From our drinking water to the food supply, can take a big toll on the lives and livelihoods of people everywhere. Here are a few ways we can make sure that doesn't happen:
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GFDRR Jul 5
Across 🇦🇫 Afghanistan's diversity of terrain, natural hazards too often cause the loss of lives, livelihoods, and property. The good news is that nat'l policymakers & engineers are taking the lead in understanding & managing the country's risk:
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GFDRR Jul 4
How can help people understand disaster risk? The and have launched a global challenge for innovative ways to from May 15 - July 15. Learn more:
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