The Integrated Disaster Risk Management Fund: Sharing Lessons and Achievements
This publication discusses lessons learned from and achievements of the Integrated Disaster Risk Management (IDRM) Fund in supporting ADB technical assistance projects in Southeast Asian developing member countries.
The Government of Canada and ADB established the IDRM Fund in February 2013 to advance proactive integrated disaster risk management measures on a regional basis in Cambodia, Indonesia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand, and Viet Nam. The IDRM Fund funded 19 technical assistance projects with a gender-focused approach to IDRM and reflecting regional solutions that produce cross-border disaster management.
- Output 1: Enhanced Risk Identification and Analysis
- Output 2: Increased Investment in Disaster Risk Reduction
- Output 3: Improved Access to Disaster Risk Finance, Including the Poor and, Particularly, Poor Women
- Output 4: Scaling-Up of Community-Based and Gender-Focused Approaches
- Output 5: Increased Regional Cooperation on Integrated Disaster Risk Management
- Output 6: Enhanced Knowledge and Tools for Integrated Disaster Risk Management
- Achieving the Integrated Disaster Risk Management Fund Outcomes