Implementing the Sendai Framework to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals
The Sendai Framework calls for the design and implementation of safety-net mechanisms to strengthen resilience of the poor to the impact of disasters. Disaster risk reduction and risk informed development are tools to break the cycle of exposure to hazards and entrenched poverty.



Words into Action guidelines National Disaster Risk assessment

The Sendai Framework for DRR 2015-2030 is designed to support the reduction of existing level of risks and prevent new risks from emerging. In particular, it aims at substantially reducing disaster risk and losses of life, livelihoods and health, and losses of economic, physical, social,cultural and environmental assets of persons, businesses, communities and countries.




How to make cities more resilient a handbook for local government leaders

Launched in May 2010, the Making Cities Resilient: “My city is getting ready!” Campaign addresses local risk governance, urban risk and resilience.


To support inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction 

A monitoring toolkit for organizations and practitioners aimed to provide more background on how to promote and support a change process for moving the (Inter) National DRR stakeholders forward to become more inclusive in their approach.