The agriculture and food security sector are still largely behind in using the latest technology for managing risks and shocks.

Diego Arias, Martin Gurria, Cristina Stefan |

As a country that is particularly vulnerable to flooding, Malawians know that they cannot halt the forces of nature, but they can prepare and plan for their impacts – and they did. Supported by…

Vivien Deparday |

About this series More blog posts Every 2 to 7 years, the cyclical warming of Pacific Ocean waters triggers a global pattern of weather changes that can be felt across many different parts of the…

Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, Christoph Pusch |

Specialists in Sri Lanka receive training on the InaSafe risk assessment platform. © World Bank ​​When I first heard about OpenStreetMap (OSM) – the so called Wikipedia of maps, built by…

Alanna Simpson |

  By Stéphane Hallegatte, Mook Bangalore, and Francis Samson Nkoka Malawi is no stranger to significant flooding. In January 2012, floods affected more than 10, 000 people and caused US$3 million…

Stéphane Hallegatte |