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Annual Report and Financial Statement

UNISDR made significant progress throughout 2010-2011 in advancing the disaster risk reduction agenda.

This period saw a 20% increase over the previous 2009-10 biennium and also saw contributions from six new donors: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Hungary, Kazakhstan and the Republic of Korea.

Biennial Contributions, 2010-2011

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Among all UN Member States and observers, political and financial support for disaster risk reduction initiatives is raised through the ISDR Support Group. This process ensures that information is shared between UNISDR and all UN Member States in the field of disaster risk reduction. The Support Group for the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction was established in 2005 to follow-up on the process of the World Conference on Disaster Reduction held in Kobe.

Recognizing the inadequacy of funding available for disaster risk reduction, the UN General Assembly encouraged the international community to provide adequate voluntary financial contributions to the United Nations Trust Fund for Disaster Reduction, to ensure adequate support for follow-up activities to the Hyogo Framework for Action and to assist disaster-prone developing countries to set up national strategies for disaster risk reduction (GA resolution 60/195).

Resource Mobilization Plan 2012-2015It is to ensure that we have the resources to achieve our objectives. It is divided into four sections.

UNISDR is funded entirely from voluntary contributions.

The United Nations Trust Fund for Disaster Reduction was set up in 2000 to finance the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction through voluntary contributions.

Click on the below links for more detailed information on audited statements of the United Nations Trust Fund for Disaster Reduction:

Independent External Evaluations of UNISDR


Workplans and Annual Reports

19 Items
TitleYearTypes
An open opportunity to reduce disaster impacts SOURCE: UNISDR 2004 Workplan
ISDR secretariat biennial workplan: 2006-2007 SOURCE: UNISDR 2006 Workplan
ISDR secretariat biennial workplan: 2008 - 2009 SOURCE: UNISDR 2007 Workplan
ISDR system joint work programme 2008-2009 SOURCE: UNISDR 2008 Workplan
Annual report 2007: the secretariat of the International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN/ISDR) SOURCE: UNISDR 2008 Annual reports
UNISDR biennial work plan: 2008 progress report SOURCE: UNISDR 2009 Annual reports
UNISDR secretariat biennial work programme: 2010-2011 SOURCE: UNISDR 2009 Workplan
Protecting development gains: 2008-2009 biennial report and 2010-2011 work plan highlights SOURCE: UNISDR AP 2010 Annual reports
ISDR secretariat biennial workplan: 2008-2009 final report SOURCE: UNISDR 2010 Annual reports
Mid-year review of the UNISDR biennial work programme 2010-2011 SOURCE: UNISDR 2010 Annual reports
UNISDR summary annual report and financial statement 2010 SOURCE: UNISDR 2011 Annual reports
UNISDR strategic framework 2025: work programme 2012-2015, with addendum on budget requirements for 2012-2013 SOURCE: UNISDR 2011 Workplan
Laying the groundwork: towards a safer Asia-Pacific SOURCE: UNISDR AP 2012 Annual reports
Annual report 2011: UNISDR secretariat work programme 2010-2011 SOURCE: UNISDR 2012 Annual reports
Disaster risk reduction in the Americas in 2011: UNISDR regional office for the Americas annual report 2011 SOURCE: UNISDR - AM 2012 Annual reports
The United Nations General Assembly requested UNISDR to facilitate the development of a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction The United Nations General Assembly requested UNISDR to facilitate the development of a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction.
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