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.