International Financial Institutions
Financing risk-sensitive development
International Financial Institutions play a key role in supporting disaster risk reduction to achieve sustainable development and poverty reduction.
UNISDR works with International Financial Institutions to promote investments in disaster risk reduction that include areas of disaster recovery, education, health, infrastructure, financial and private sector development, and environmental and natural resource management.
UNISDR partners in particular with the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR - hosted in the World Bank) to support developing countries to reduce their risks.
UNISDR and GFDRR collaborates on several initiatives and partnerships to implement the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction including the Global Assessment Reports; the implementation of the UN Plan of Action on Disaster Risk Reduction for Resilience; country risk profiles; resilient recovery and reconstruction (for example the International Recovery Platform – IRP); urban resilience; and the Worldwide Initiative for Safe Schools.
|Insurance & Risk Transfer News|
|Putting science to work for resilience 14 Jun 2018|
|Civil protection and finance sector join forces in Norway 26 Feb 2018|
|Mongolia’s Deputy PM honoured as Asia DRR Champion 26 May 2017|
|Insurance & Risk Transfer Documents|
|Developing risk assessment to support sovereign risk financing and risk transfer SOURCE: UNDRR 2017|
|Why invest in probabilistic risk assessment? SOURCE: UNDRR 2017|
|Words into Action guidelines: National disaster risk assessment SOURCE: UNDRR 2017|
- Asia and The Pacific Indonesia and UN to work closely on disaster prevention following 2018 disaster death toll
- The World Call to raise level of ambition on Sendai