The Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) is a growing partnership of national governments, UN agencies and programmes, multilateral development banks, financing mechanisms, private sector and knowledge institutions that promotes the resilience of new and existing infrastructure systems to climate and disaster risks. Developed through consultations with more than 35 countries, CDRI targets measurable reduction in infrastructure losses from disasters, including extreme climate events like those seen already in 2020.

See below for links to website sections that provide more information about our work.

Programmes: CDRI will develop a range of programmes in the coming years to engage institutions and individuals to promote innovation and greater resilience. 

Projects: The Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI) carries out several complementary projects to inform and encourage Members Countries on how to strengthen national and international collaboration for climate and disaster resilient infrastructure.

Publications: Learn more about national and international commitments to improving resilient infrastructure in documents listed in our publications section.