On the 2023 International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction, UNDP looks at how disasters impact women and girls with disabilities differently, and how the inequalities in society are intensified during and after disasters, creating unequal outcomes.
An avalanche is just a fast-moving mass of snow down a mountain. Sounds simple – but they aren't easy to predict. The Open Avalanche Project aims to reduce avalanche-related deaths using machine learning to enhance the accuracy of avalanche forecasts.
This International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction focuses on communities like Wada’a Sudan struggling with inequality and the climate crisis. To counter water shortages and foster peace, UNEP launched a project to improve water management in the area.
A joint initiative of the UN Environment Programme, the World Meteorological Organization and UNDP, seeks to unpack and address financing shortfalls by calling for analysis that highlights gaps and provides financing that leverages more robust outcomes.
Governments and stakeholders across Europe and Central Asia are organizing a wide variety of events and activities to raise awareness on this year’s International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction theme of “fighting inequality for a resilient future”
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Regional Office for Europe & Central Asia
Representatives from 139 countries and territories have been trained on how to implement disaster resilience strategies that are more inclusive of the perspectives and capacities of persons with disabilities.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Office in Incheon for Northeast Asia and Global Education and Training Institute for Disaster Risk Reduction
UNDRR held an inspiring event titled "Fighting Inequality for a Resilient Future" during MENA Climate Week 2023 hosted by the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh from 8-12 October 2023.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Regional Office for Arab States
Memorandum of Understanding builds on decades of collaboration between The Bahamas National Emergency Management Agency and the University of Hawaii’s applied science and research center Pacific Disaster Center.