Strengthening
risk-informed development

The Global Initiative on Disaster Risk Management supports partner countries in their efforts against extreme events, to safeguard development and to protect lives. In its third phase (2020-2023), GIDRM aims at strengthening risk-informed development.

Risk-informed development is an understanding of development that takes into account a wide range of independent, dynamic, transnational and in some cases simultaneous development risks.

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GIDRM II: Coherence in Practice and Regional Initiatives

Coherence in Practice

GIDRM II and partners piloted practical coherence in these countries: Mexico and the Philippines. Find out more about coherence in practice here.

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Coherence Practice Group

The CPG is a regional mechanism set up to collect good practices and country experiences, capacitate countries, connect like-minded partners, donors, and experts, and systematically feed the lessons learned and good practices back into the regional and international discourse.

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CCC approach of the Red SNIP

The Red Snip is a regional network of directors responsible for public investment in LAC. In a working group on DRM and Climate Change Adaptation, the CCC approach was developed to foster coherence of public investment projects through regional exchange: Concepts, Cases and Conferences for Coherence.

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GIDRM I: Products

Discover our products for DRM of the first phase of the project “Made in and with Germany”.

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Tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors in the Asia-Pacific region, but also one of the most exposed to natural hazards.…

In recent years, extreme natural events have caused significant damage and economic losses in the Asia-Pacific region and…

Nowadays, there is a common understanding that development – in order to be sustainable – also needs to take into account…

In 2012 it came to a fire in Tazreen, a garment factory in Bangladesh's capital city Dhaka. The fire caused at least 117…

Cities as economic, social and cultural centers are developmental hubs, but they are also places where poverty, emissions…

The fourth edition of the United Nations Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction (GAR, 2015) finds that economic…

Extreme local weather events, such as heavy rainfalls that are limited to certain regions, are increasing in their frequency…

GIDRM News

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13th October 2020 — Did you know that there is no such thing as a natural disaster, only natural hazards? Not every hazard…
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08.07.2020 – Where do we stand on the SDGs in face of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic? How can the international community…
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The current COVID-19 pandemic presents a major challenge for the global community and national governments. The disease has…