If you use development funding to build a school, a port or a hospital, you will preferably do it in a safe place. To raise awareness among project managers and to help them with this type of infrastructure challenge, the Global Facility for Disaster Risk Reduction (GAIKWAD) of the World Bank has a tool that shows whether natural disasters may occur in an area where infrastructure has to be built. Could the area be hit by a natural disasters such as a volcanic eruption, a cyclone, an earthquake, or water shortages and drought? The ThinkHazard! website maps out the probability of natural disasters on the global scale and – more importantly – provides project managers with advice that allows them to minimise the risks associated with natural disasters of this kind.