Cities and Climate Change
By supporting climate-smart development, governments and city leaders can avoid locking-in unsustainable infrastructure, ...
Disaster Risk Management
Disasters hurt the poor and vulnerable the most. The World Bank is a global leader in disaster risk management, supporting ...
The concept of inclusive cities involves multiple spatial, social and economic factors.
Land and housing are the most important assets of the poor. But the poor need secure rights to turn those assets into economic ...
Sustainable Cities and Communities
Learn how we work worldwide to build inclusive, resilient, and sustainable cities and communities for all.
Global Facility for Disaster Reduction & Recovery
GFDRR is a global partnership that helps developing countries better understand and reduce their vulnerability to natural hazards and climate change. Working on the ground with more than 400 local, national, regional, ...
Tokyo Development Learning Center
TDLC is a partnership between the World Bank and the Government of Japan. The Center serves as a global knowledge hub that operationalizes Japanese and global urban development knowledge, insights, and technical ...
City Climate Finance Gap Fund
The City Climate Finance Gap Fund (Gap Fund) helps cities in developing and emerging countries to realize their climate ambitions, turning low-carbon, climate-resilient ideas into strategies and finance-ready projects.
Global Partnership for Results-Based Approaches
Through a diverse portfolio of projects, GPRBA funds, designs, demonstrates, and documents results-based financing approaches to improve the delivery of basic services so that poor and marginalized people in developing ...