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Bridging Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction
TNC’s engagement in International policy
UNISDR
Hyogo Framework of Action (HFA)

Still planning and building codes
Post
Hyogo
strengthen
prevention and risk reduction,
improve
linkages
with
CC
adaptation; carve specific place
for EbA-Environment as a new
cross cutting theme.
500
455
10
450
9
400
8
333
350
7
% of total HA

HFA shifted interest from recovery
and relief to prevention
US$ million (constant 2009 prices)

300
6
250
5
200
4
150
3
99
100
50
2
70
41
1
6
0
0
2004
2005
2006
Total HA on Disaster prevention and preparedness
2007
2008
2009
% of total HA on Disaster prevention and preparedness
Vulnerability focus
Impact focus
Addressing the
drivers of
Vulnerability
Building
response
Capacity
Managing
climate and disaster
risks
Confronting
climate change and
disasters
Activities seek to
reduce poverty
and other non
climatic or hazard
related stressors that
make people
vulnerable
Activities seek to
build robust
systems for
problem-solving
Activities seek to
incorporate climate
and specific disaster
risk related
information into
decision-making
Activities seek to
address impacts
associated
exclusively with
climate change and
specific disasters
Traditional Development Aid
New adaptation and DRR specific funding
Importance of Partnerships