InsuResilience Global Partnership for Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance Solutions

InsuResilience Global Partnership

The InsuResilience Global Partnership for Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance solutions was launched at the 2017 UN Climate Change Conference in Bonn.

Since its launch, more than 120 members have joined the V20 and G20+ led Partnership. The Partnership aims to strengthen the resilience of developing countries and protect the lives and livelihoods of poor and vulnerable people against the impacts of disasters through Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance solutions.

The InsuResilience Global Partnership at COP 27

At the 2022 UN Climate Change Conference in Sharm el-Sheikh the InsuResilience Global Partnership and its members will be represented in over 20 events addressing Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance. Focus topics include climate change adaptation, gender-smart approaches, and Loss and Damage.

On our website we provide an overview of key events, announcements and initiatives related to these fields, including the launch of the Global Shield against Climate Risks, a joint V20-G7 initiative. 

InsuResilience Around the Globe

The InsuResilience Global Partnership supports implementing programmes and projects related to Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (CDRFI). These are implemented by our members and partners across the globe, with the ambitious goal of providing financial protection against climate and disaster risk for 500 million people annually by 2025.
In 2021, 24 implementing programmes were operating under the InsuResilience umbrella with 324 projects in 108 countries.
The following map shows all active projects and aggregates information on the country level. The country circles indicate the number of projects per country. By clicking on a country circle, you can find out which programmes operate in the respective country, how many people in the country benefit from our solutions and how those figures disaggregate across hazards, instruments, and programmes. It is also indicated whether a comprehensive Disaster Risk Finance strategy is under development.
The different available colour shadings indicate levels of overall risk, vulnerability and readiness for financial solutions per country (only available for countries with active IGP projects).
The programme data was collected during November / December 2021 by the InsuResilience Secretariat and includes implementation data for the calendar year 2021. All related figures are based on estimations by the Secretariat according to the Vision 2025 M&E framework. Levels of risk, vulnerability and readiness are based on the InsuRisk Assessment Tool. Complementary coverage for multiple perils or insurance layers might lead to beneficiary figures that exceed local populations in a few cases.

Methodology:
InsuResilience M&E Framework
InsuRisk Assessment Tool
Number of Projects
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Overall Risk
Vulnerability
Readiness
Countries without Projects

Knowledge Hub

Access the latest resources, guidance, tools and case studies from our members and partners in our Knowledge Hub. Use the filters to refine your search and gain more information about our publications.

Global Shield

During its G7 Presidency, Germany has made a start on developing a “Global Shield against Climate Risks”, a move which has been unanimously supported by the G7.

The Shield gathers activities in the field of climate risk finance and preparedness together under one roof. Under the Shield, solutions to provide protection will be devised that can be implemented swiftly if climate-related damages occur.

This process is linked to contingency plans of developing countries. As a result, affected people and relevant authorities will have an easier and faster access to assistance that they would urgently require in the event of a disaster. Furthermore, the Shield will mobilize additional funds in order to meet the growing demand for finance.

The Centre of Excellence on Gender-smart Solutions

The Centre of Excellence on Gender-smart Solutions (CoE) is your online repository of information and a knowledge-exchange platform on gender-related aspects of Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (CDRFI).

Annual Reports

Find out more about the progress and achievements of the InsuResilience Global Partnership and its members in contributing to our ambitious joint targets under the Vision 2025 in our annual report editions.

Annual Forum

The Annual Forum is the flagship event of the InsuResilience Global Partnership and the wider resilience community, gathering experts from the CDRFI community across the globe.

Vision & Mission

By bringing together a diverse range of partners under one common agenda, the Partnership mobilizes action, raises ambition, and fosters coherence for the delivery of CDRFI solutions.

Latest News

Stay informed about the latest news of the InsuResilience Global Partnership and its members, including the latest press releases, innovations in the field of CDRFI, and grant and application announcements by visiting our news section.

Upcoming Events

Stay up-to-date about upcoming events of the InsuResilience Global Partnership and its members by visiting our event section.