Disaster risk management is key towards mitigation of the impacts of disaster and help sustain the socio-economic investments across our counties. In 2019, IGRTC through an inter agency team set out the journey to unbundle the disaster function that culminated into a report that was launched today.The report points out areas that both levels of Government should do to mainstream disaster risk management and help achieve development goals. Simply move from disaster response to disaster reduction. In her opening remarks, thematic chair Mrs Linet Mavu said that the report was a great milestone for the national and county governments towards the growing concern of disasters. She thanked IGRTC and the Partners for making the report a success and called upon implementation of the resolutions therein. IGRTC chair Mr. Kithinji Kiragu noted that both levels of Government serve the same citizens and the report guides the approach to disasters and how both levels of Government consult, cooperate and coordinate towards delivery of this important function. The chief Guest Ag CS Devolution Hon. Eugene Wamalwa thanked IGRTC and UNDP for this important report that will go a long way in helping mitigate various risks. While appreciating the vital role the report will play, the CS called upon counties to use the report to plan and align their programs with disaster risk management and climate change aspects. Stakeholders present included IGRTC Members, UNDP officials, Council of Governors, NDMA, Department of special Programs, officials from county Governments and non state agencies.