For vulnerable people whose lives and livelihoods are threatened by climate related and natural hazards

Solutions for the new reality

Climate change is leading to increasingly frequent and more severe hazards and disasters. Poor people are the most vulnerable and hardest hit.

We’re helping to make resilience a way of life, by advising people on how to adapt their lives to a changing climate and put plans and systems in place to predict disasters and minimise their impact.

And we’re contributing to joint efforts to promote environmentally sound technologies for low carbon and climate resilient development.



The people who pollute the least are the most affected by climate change. We’re helping poor communities make climate resilience a way of life.

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Toward Resilience

An introductory resource for development and humanitarian practitioners working with populations at risk of disasters and other impacts of climate change. This book is a core resource developed as part of the Emergency Capacity Building (ECB) project.

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FSM innovation: Tackling the Second-Generation Sanitation Challenge at Scale

Globally, Bangladesh stands out as a country that has made remarkable progress in eliminating the scourge of open defecation. However, this success has created a ‘second-generation’ sanitation challenge of how to deal safely with the faecal sludge collected from pit latrines and septic tanks. As on-site sanitation solutions develop, the question of sustainable and inclusive faecal sludge management (FSM) business models is now at the heart of the challenge in Bangladesh.