The Zimbabwe Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) is a unique partnership between the World Bank and the UN to address the early and medium-term resilient disaster recovery needs of Cyclone Idai-affected communities in Zimbabwe. It marks one of the first-ever integrated engagements with a range of UN agencies under one project umbrella. The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) was designated to manage the $72 million World Bank fund through ZIRP. UNOPS is also implementing the four-year Cyclone Idai Recovery Project (ZIRP) with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), World Health Organization (WHO), and World Food Programme (WFP), IOM, UNFPA and UNESCO, as technical agencies. This “One Project – One Team” approach brings together expertise in each sector to fully deliver the project outcomes for Cyclone Idai recovery.