Linking insurance with social protection systems could enhance households' and communities' ability to absorb climate shocks and improve their ability to reduce and manage risk. This policy brief by InsuResilience examines the opportunities and challenges that arise by linking these instruments.

Linking insurance with social protection systems could enhance households' and communities' ability to absorb climate shocks and improve their ability to reduce and manage risk. This policy brief by InsuResilience examines the opportunities and challenges that arise by linking these instruments.

In this first Annual Report, the InsuResilience Global Partnership for Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance highlights the initiatives that the different actors worked on towards the Partnership’s vision. That is, 25 programs were supported in 78 countries by the commitments made in the context of the Partnership.