The SFDRR is a collection of generalised targets that relate to improving disaster risk management processes and outcomes. This includes the reduction of negative impacts such as global disaster mortality and the improvement of risk management capability via methods such as multi-hazard early warning systems. The DRR diagram focuses on the ‘disaster risk reduction’ stage of the disaster risk management cycle, and suggests effective DRR consists of six complementary components; one of which is disaster risk management initiatives. Several ways for DRR to be improved include enhancing international cooperation to developing countries, increased availability of early warning systems, and having local disaster risk reduction strategies in place; all ‘increase’ targets of the SFDRR. In the DRR diagram, these are all classified as disaster risk management initiatives. If DRR is completed successfully, there is an increased likelihood that the target reductions of the SFDRR will be achieved, with reduced disaster mortality, people affected, economic loss, and infrastructure damage.