To build resilience into existing infrastructure and guide the investment agenda, the World Bank, in collaboration with Çukurova Development Agency (ÇKA), undertook a high-level Critical Infrastructure Risk Assessment (CIRA) for two priority sectors: energy and transport/logistics. The region’s growth aspirations and its drive for competitiveness require action through targeted measures to strengthen the resilience of its critical infrastructure (CI) to disasters and a changing climate. This itself can only be achieved through a unified approach by infrastructure designers, developers and operators as well as leading agencies such as ÇKA. The CIRA has three objectives: (i) to develop a pragmatic approach for critical infrastructure risk management, (ii) to improve the planning process by providing policy recommendations for risk management, and (iii) to suggest next steps for action and to share existing best practices. In addition, the study prioritized 11 international climate funds which could be viable funding options for the implementation of resilience building measures for energy and transport and logistics in Turkey, and Çukurova Region specifically. It is recommended that discussions are started with these funds so that these opportunities can be progressed.