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This publication reports on the results of a research study on climate risk insurance. This study contributes to the learning process and the global discussion on addressing climate change risks for the poor. It does so by presenting research results based on the analysis of 18 already existing climate risk insurance schemes. The research investigated:
The primary objective of this study is to support the preparation and implementation process of InsuResilience. It does so in the following ways:
This study by the Munich Climate Risk Insurance Initiative (MCII) has been funded through a grant provided by the Global Programme on Risk Assessment and Management for Adaptation to Climate Change (Loss and Damage) at the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ GmbH)/InsuResilience Interim Secretariat, commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The results presented in this research report, and the Pro-Poor Principles for Climate Risk Insurance in particular, are MCII’s contribution to supporting and guiding current and future efforts in reaching and benefiting the poor and vulnerable with climate risk insurance.
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