DFID’s Economic Development Strategy (2017) recognises climate change as ‘the biggest global threat to sustained economic development’. Climate resilient infrastructure can accommodate the shocks and stresses posed by extreme weather events and climate change, while supporting economies and communities (particularly the poor and vulnerable) to survive, adapt and thrive in the face of these challenges. DFID can play a transformative role in supporting government and private investors to invest in climate resilient infrastructure. This note sets out key considerations for integrating climate resilience in DFID infrastructure programmes, including suggested steps at each stage of the programme cycle.