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THE TEN ESSENTIALS FOR MAKING CITIES RESILIENT

The TEN Essentials for Making Cities Resilient

An operational framework of Sendai Framework at local level.
The TEN Essentials for Making Cities Resilient
The TEN Essentials for Making Cities Resilient
TOOLKIT

TOOLKIT

Guides, Apps, Reports and References.
Since the inception of cities, disaster events have disrupted urban life. With more than half of the world’s population now living in urban areas, making our cities safer is an immediate challenge. The good news is that we can meet this challenge!
Since the inception of cities, disaster events have disrupted urban life. With more than half of the world’s population now living in urban areas, making our cities safer is an immediate challenge. The good news is that we can meet this challenge!
Reflections and Experience Sharing from Cities

Reflections and experience sharing from cities

To date, more than 800 cities around the world have used the tools of the Making Cities Resilient Campaign in awareness raising and supporting the development of disaster risk reduction and resilience strategy.  
To date, more than 800 cities around the world have used the tools of the Making Cities Resilient Campaign in awareness raising and supporting the development of disaster risk reduction and resilience strategy.  
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MAKING CITIES RESILIENT 2030 (MCR2030)

Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030) - initial proposal

The MCR Campaign is due to end in 2020. Cities development partners and a variety of stakeholders unanimously requested that the efforts to support local governments in strengthening disaster and climate resilience must continue. Following a series of consultations held between 2018-2019, it is clear that cities are seeking capacity development guidance in various technical areas ranging from awareness and strategic planning, to effective implementation of the risk-informed urban development plans. This includes, for example, the capacity to finance for resilience; engagement of multi-sectoral and multi-stakeholder groups such as communities, vulnerable population, private sector; the use of nature-based solutions for resilience; the reduction of climate risks through appropriate actions, and others.  These inputs have informed the initial design of the successor of the MCR Campaign – tentatively known as the Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030). Click to see more details.
The MCR Campaign is due to end in 2020. Cities development partners and a variety of stakeholders unanimously requested that the efforts to support local governments in strengthening disaster and climate resilience must continue. Following a series of consultations held between 2018-2019, it is clear that cities are seeking capacity development guidance in various technical areas ranging from awareness and strategic planning, to effective implementation of the risk-informed urban development plans. This includes, for example, the capacity to finance for resilience; engagement of multi-sectoral and multi-stakeholder groups such as communities, vulnerable population, private sector; the use of nature-based solutions for resilience; the reduction of climate risks through appropriate actions, and others.  These inputs have informed the initial design of the successor of the MCR Campaign – tentatively known as the Making Cities Resilient 2030 (MCR2030). Click to see more details.
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