The CADRI Partnership engagement in Togo

Togo is facing frequent disasters due to the effects of climate change. These risks are further compounded by the volatile security situation in the Sahel region, which threatens northern Togo.
The government called upon the CADRI Partnership to strengthen national systems to be better prepared for emergencies and protect its population and economy from disasters and climate change impact.

Photo credit: FAO
During the COVID-19 pandemic, frontline health workers, the majority of whom are women, are more exposed to infection. Photo credits: UNDP 2020
Photo: The CADRI Partnership team with the National Agency for Civil Protection at the Head Office in Lomé, Togo. Photo credit: ANPC 2019.
Map of Togo’s regions, including locations visited by the CADRI team
Photo: A flooded street in the village of Agbanakin, Maritime region. Photo credit: Kenkou/ UNDP
Photo: Consultation with the Togolese Meteorology Department. Photo credit: CADRI
Photo credits: PNUD Togo
Photo credit: Aide et Action
Photo: Validation of the capacity diagnosis on 22 June 2021. Photo credit: CADRI Partnership 2021

The Capacity for Disaster Reduction Initiative (CADRI) is a global partnership composed of 20 UN and non-UN organizations.