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Naho Shibuya

Disaster Risk Management Specialist, The World Bank

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Naho Shibuya joined the World Bank in 2015 as a Disaster Risk Management Specialist for the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) responsible for developing a resilient infrastructure program. Since joining the South Asia Region in 2018, she has mainly supported Bhutan, India, and Nepal’s efforts toward building urban resilience, risk financing, and transformational reforms on resilient and low carbon development. Before joining the Bank, she worked for an international engineering and environmental consulting firm, providing sustainability advisory services to governments, MDBs, commercial lenders, investors, contractors, and manufacturers on sustainable infrastructure PPP projects in the East Asia and Pacific region. Naho holds an MSc in Sustainability Science from the University of Tokyo and a Bachelor of Arts from Arizona State University.​