Cities are leading change across the world, in all five regions

MCR2030 operates at two levels simultaneously. At the global level, the MCR2030 implementation and delivery strategy is negotiated, agreed and formed by the Core Partners, coordinated through the Global Coordinating Committee (GCC), and supported by the MCR2030 Global Secretariat, which is served by UNDRR Global Education and Training Institute (GETI) based in Incheon, Republic of Korea.  

MCR2030 implementation and support to cities takes place at the regional level. 

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Participants at an MCRC training session at UNDRR's Global Education and Training Institute in Incheon.

Thousands of cities across five regions

MCR2030 is operational in 5 regions: Africa, Arab States, Americas & the Caribbean, Asia-Pacific, and Europe & Central Asia. The Regional Coordinating Committees (RCC) in each region will be responsible for coordinating and ensuring synergies among regional partners to provide technical support to cities and empower them to progress along the resilience roadmap. The RCCs will be supported by the Regional Secretariats served by the respective UNDRR Regional Offices. 

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MCR2030 Global Coordinating Committee

Map showing five regions of Making Cities Resilient 2030: Americas and the Caribbean, Africa, Europe, Arab States, and Asia Pacific

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Asia Pacific
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Europe and Central Asia
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I call for the need of world leaders to address climate change and reduce the increasing risk of disasters – and world leaders must include mayors, townships and community leaders.
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—Ban Ki-moon, former UN Secretary-General, at the Incheon Conference ‘Building an Alliance of Local Governments for Disaster Risk Reduction’, August 9th, 2009
Helping your city thrive

Protecting  communities and helping them thrive

MCR Campaign participants from 2010 to 2020 worked tirelessly to reduce disaster risk in their cities, sharing knowledge. Thousands of participating cities and supporters collaborated over a series of planning sessions, conferences, meetings, and seminars to better protect their villages, towns, and cities.