Since its founding in 1999, the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) has focused on risk mitigation strategies and critical response and partners with Member States and their governments, as well as non-governmental organizations, to establish, monitor, and share protective frameworks. As the focal point for disaster risk reduction, the UNDRR implements the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction: to minimize the impact of both natural and instigated hazards, including ecosystem fragility, climate change, political and financial instability, or unplanned urbanization. The nature of the modern world means shock, stress, and crisis are prevalent in a constantly changing environment. As Member States joined with the UNDRR, it is essential that the world breaks the cycle of disaster, response, dependency. As the UNDRR works in the intersection of understanding risk and risk impact and remains at the forefront of risk reduction, this inter-agency task force requires the cooperation and support of the Member States it serves. As members of the UNDRR, it is your job to prepare and reduce damage and fatality, as well as increase structure, defense, and services related to the crises at hand. With issues such as reestablishing the Sendai Framework, as Member States continue to evolve, increasing humanitarian-based aid, and preparing for unseen disasters, the UNDRR continues to serve an ever-changing global landscape with the help of the United Nations and its Member States.