Global Facility for Disaster Risk Reduction (GFDRR)
Global Facility for Disaster Risk Reduction (GFDRR) is a global partnership that helps developing countries to understand and reduce their vulnerability to natural hazards and climate change.
Recently, India has been chosen co-chair the consultative Groovy (CG) of GFDRR, for fiscal year 2020.
India got membership of CG in 2015.
However, it also leads to the implementation of gender frame ways in 2015.
It is funded by World Bank:
- Adaptability to climate change
- Technical and financial assistance to developing countries
- Capacity building
- Analytical work
It provides a platform for exchange of best practices by countries for disaster management.
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However, India’s geographical location is prone to severe disasters. Thus, India can play a significant role in this regard-
- India’s improving ability to disaster risk management can help to frame risk reduction model for other countries.
- Building resilience of communities and settlements in coastal areas.
- Expanding resilient infrastructure and investment.
However, GFDRR has also supported India to implement various projects like:
- National Cyclone Risk mitigation Project, in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.
- Training Agencies for disaster management.
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Thus, conclusively GFDRR must try to integrate disaster risk management and development policies through enhancing institutional capacity and expanding resilient infrastructure projects.