Multilateral Development Bank Support for Disaster-Resilient Infrastructure Systems
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This publication explores how multilateral development banks (MDBs) can help improve the resilience of infrastructure given increasing climate and disaster risks.
It highlights opportunities in three areas: risk-informed planning, financing assistance, and knowledge building through regional and global networks. Examples from around the world illustrate some of the successes that have been achieved so far. The publication draws on a literature review, insights from stakeholders in developing member countries of the Asian Development Bank, and input from specialists in eight MDBs.
- Executive Summary
- Risk-informed Planning
- Financing Mechanism
- Knowledge Building