“Substantially increase the availability of and access to multi-hazard early warning systems and disaster risk information and assessments to people by 2030”.
The expected outcomes of the 2022 IDDR are aligned to the global theme which flows from Target G of the Sendai Framework. Thus, the outcomes of the 2022 IDDR are linked to the sub-targets/ deliverables of Target G; as articulated by the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR). With this in mind, the 2022 IDDR provides a platform to assess:
4.1 Number of countries that have multi-hazard early warning systems;
4.2 Number of countries that have multi-hazard monitoring and forecasting systems;
4.3 Number of people per 100,000 that are covered by early warning information through local governments or through national dissemination mechanisms;
4.4 Percentage of local governments having a plan to act on early warnings;
4.5 Number of countries that have accessible, understandable, usable and relevant disaster risk information and assessment available to the people at the national and local levels; and
4.6 Percentage of population exposed to or at risk from disasters protected through pre-emptive evacuation following early warning.