Globally, about USD 80 b or 20% of the damage caused by natural hazards can be attributed to droughts. This paper examines the benefits of action and the costs of inaction. Costs of action are in three categories: preparedness costs, risk mitigation costs and relief costs. Many actions have co-benefits beyond drought risk management.

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