Governance of the InsuResilience Global Partnership
The InsuResilience Global Partnership implements and expands climate risk finance and insurance solutions through its main bodies: The High-Level Consultative Group, the Program Alliance, the Partnership Forum and technical Working Groups. The InsuResilience Secretariat serves as a support unit to the Global Partnership.
High-Level Consultative Group
The governing body of the Partnership
The exchange platform of the Partnership
The delivery vehicle of the Partnership
The support unit of the Partnership
High-Level Consultative Group
The High-Level Consultative Group (HLCG) sets the strategic direction of the Partnership and provides a global strategic vision for the evolution of the climate and disaster risk finance and insurance agenda. It ensures effective coordination and sharing of information, promotes strategic alignment of the Partnership Forum and the Program Alliance and provides strategic guidance to the Partnership. Through its work, the HLCG promotes the exchange between V20 and G20 in climate and disaster risk finance and insurance and resilience.
The HLCG is formed by representatives from all member groups, reflecting the diversity of stakeholders involved in the Partnership. Two Co-Chairs, representing V20 and G20 members each, lead the HLCG and represent the Partnership. They oversee the Secretariat and take decisions based on proposals and inputs provided by partners, working groups and the Secretariat. Furthermore, they set the overall direction for the Partnership Forum with support from the Secretariat.
Members of the HLCG represent the InsuResilience Global Partnership and promote its goals by strengthening its strategy and visibility.
Dr. Maria Flachsbarth
Parliamentary State Secretary, Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany
Dr. Maria Flachsbarth is Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development since March 2018. From the end of 2013 to March 2018, she served as Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister of Food and Agriculture. From 2009 to 2013, she chaired a Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry on the envisaged radioactive waste disposal facility at Gorleben, and was the special representative for churches and religious communities of the CDU/CSU parliamentary group. From 2002 to 2013, she served on the Parliamentary Committee on the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety. Maria Flachsbarth pursued combined doctoral and postgraduate studies at the University of Veterinary Medicine (TiHo), where she received her doctorate in 1990.
Mr Alfred Alfred Jr.
Minister of Finance, Banking and Postal Services Republic of the Marshall Islands
Mr. Alfred Alfred Jr. is serving his second term as Senator of Ailinglaplap Atoll in the Republic of the Marshall Islands. In February 2020, he was appointed Minister of Finance, Banking and Postal Services. Previously Mr. Alfred also served as Minister of Resources and Development. From 2010 to 2015, Mr. Alfred served as Secretary of Finance. Prior to that, he was a diplomat serving as a Minister-Counsellor at the RMI Embassy in Japan. From 2000 to 2005, he headed the Banking Commission for RMI. Mr. Alfred holds a BA degree in Economics from University of the South Pacific. He also obtained a civil engineering degree from Yomiuri Institute of Science and Engineering in Japan.
Prof. Fekadu Beyene
Commissioner, Environment, Forest & Climate Change Commission, Ethiopia
Prof. Fekadu Beyene Aleka holds a PhD in Dairy Technology (Food Sciences and Technology) from Agricultural University of Norway (UMB), Norway (in 1994), MSc in Animal Production (Agriculture) from Alemaya University (in 1987), BSc in Animal Sciences (Agriculture), Addis Ababa University (in 1982). As of October 2018, Professor Fekadu Beyene has been appointed as Commissioner, Environment, Forest and Climate Change Commission of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE). He was Minister of Livestock and Fisheries from October 2017 to May 2018, and State Minister of Agriculture and Livestock Resources of the FDRE from May to October 2018. He served in different capacities at Hawassa (Debub) University, as Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor of Dairy Sciences, and Dean of Students, Academic Vice-Dean, Academic Programs Officer of the same University (1982 to 2008).
He is a member of professional societies and alumni associations such as ESAP, EBS, UNiStaff, REAL etc. He served as chairperson and member of national steering committees, taskforces, and managing and advisory Boards of Institutes and Universities, and also served as coordinator of national and international bilateral and multilateral projects.
Ms Chikondi Chabvuta
Advocacy and Partnerships Coordinator-Southern Africa, CARE International
Chikondi is a passionate climate justice, humanitarian work, women’s rights, resilience and right to food advocate. She is a specialist in working with women and her key competencies include community mobilization, programme management, research, advocacy, coordination, climate negotiations, documentation as well as financial management and resource mobilization. Chikondi is working with CARE on women and food systems; resilience/climate change/humanitarian (nexus); working with countries in Southern Africa and regional bodies on the interplay between resilience, climate change and humanitarian, with a specific focus on how this impacts women. Chikondi is championing different work streams and global and local campaigns on climate change, food systems, food security, with a greater focus on localization and women’s leadership.
Chikondi also works on Women’s economic empowerment; to advocate for savings groups, specifically, and financial inclusion more broadly in sub-Saharan Africa. Chikondi has experience of providing technical leadership and management in the development and implementation of programs and projects, policy analysis, research, advocacy and lobbying at national level and international level to create synergy between different advocacy themes at the grassroots, national and international policy levels. Chikondi is recognized internationally for her contributions made to society through her volunteerism, leadership and management skills especially her rootedness in working with women in communities in Southern Africa in adapting to climate change and working with women and youth in Southern Africa on climate justice and social justice in general.
Chikondi brings on board community rootedness and experience on insurance to climate change and takes the global discourse to the communities.
Mr Red Constantino
Executive Director, Institute for Climate and Sustainable Cities (ICSC)
Mr. Renato Redentor Constantino is a climate policy analyst with three decades of international engagement experience working on climate and development, particularly in Asia. He is the Deputy Co-Chair of the Expert Advisors Group of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF). Constantino was the senior advisor to the Philippine Presidency of the CVF, which led the global campaign to establish the 1.5 degrees Celsius target in the Paris Agreement and which established the V20 Group of Finance Ministers to ensure changes take place in the real economy. Together, CVF and V20 comprise governments representing 48 of the most vulnerable countries in the world.
Constantino is a founding board member of the People's Survival Fund (PSF). The PSF is the first legislated Philippine climate finance mechanism dedicated to supporting climate action plans of local governments and communities. He is a published writer and is behind what might be the world’s first literary anthology on climate change, Agam: Filipino Narratives on Uncertainty and Climate Change, with an international sequel to be launched in 2021 composed of contributions from some of the leading literary figures from Asia, the Pacific, Africa, and Latin America.
Mr Stéphane Crouzat
Ambassador for Climate, Ministry for Europe and European Affairs, France
Stéphane Crouzat has been French ambassador in charge of international climate negotiations, for renewable energies and the prevention of climate risks since October 2020. He was previously French Ambassador to Ireland since June 2017. He was diplomatic advisor to Ms. Ségolène Royal, Minister of Environment, Energy and the Sea (2014-2017). He was director of the French Institute of Scotland in Edinburgh from 1993 to 1997. A graduate from Sciences-Po Paris (1988) and the Ecole Nationale d’Administration (2001), he worked on European issues at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs headquarters before being appointed head of the cooperation and cultural section at the French embassy in Warsaw (2005-2008), then spokesperson at the Permanent Representation of France to the United Nations in New York (2008-2011). He was also Deputy Director for Central Eastern and Baltic Europe at the European Union Division (2011-2014).
H.E. Mr Carlos G. Dominguez
Secretary of Finance, Department of Finance, Philippines
Mr. Carlos Dominguez has over 40 years of vast experience and an outstanding track
record of achievements at the helm of various organizations in the public and private
His expertise was borne out of his experiences as a shareholder, board chairman and a
member of over a dozen corporations across multi-industries such as power, agriculture,
mining, banking, hospitality, real estate, and investment.
Mr. Dominguez was appointed as Cabinet Secretary thrice: as Secretary of Environment
and Natural Resources (1986-1987), Secretary of Agriculture (1987-1989), and currently as
Secretary of Finance since 2016.
Under his leadership, the Department of Finance (DOF) was able to draft and introduce to
the Congress the first of a series of the Duterte administration’s proposed tax reform
packages known as the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act less than 90
days from the time he assumed the Cabinet portfolio in July 2016. President Rodrigo Roa
Duterte signed into law the TRAIN Act on December 19, 2017. This was followed by other
successes in the legislature—such as the passage of the Tax Amnesty Act, the Tobacco Tax
Reform Law, and a new Sin Tax Reform Law which raised excise taxes on alcohol and
On his watch, the Philippines’ key revenue agencies—the Bureaus of Internal Revenue
(BIR) and of Customs (BOC) also continue to achieve strong revenue growth rates. It was
also under his leadership that the BIR was able to secure its largest tax settlement ever—
amounting to about $600 million—from a single taxpayer in Philippine history.
Mr. Denis Duverne
Chairperson of the Board of Directors of AXA, France, Chairman of the Insurance Development Forum (IDF)
Since September 1, 2016, Mr. Denis Duverne has been non-executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of AXA. Previously, he held senior roles including CFO and Deputy CEO at the global insurer since 1995. Moreover, since September 2018, he has been Chairman of the Insurance Development Forum (IDF). The IDF is a public-private partnership aiming to enhance the use of insurance to build greater resilience against disasters and to help achieve the United Nations Global 2030 Agenda.
Ms. Patricia Espinosa
Executive Secretary, UNFCCC
Ms. Patricia Espinosa is Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Prior to this position, she served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mexico and Ambassador of Mexico to Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Slovenia and UN Organizations in Vienna. She has more than 30 years of experience at the highest levels in international relations, specialized in climate change, global governance, sustainable development, gender equality and protection of human rights. She obtained a postgraduate degree in International Law from the Institut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales in Geneva and is a holder of a degree in International Relations from El Colegio de Mexico.
H.E. Ms Fatima Yasmin
Secretary, Economic Relations Division, Ministry of Finance, Bangladesh
Fatima Yasmin, a career civil servant, has joined the Economic Relations Division (ERD), Ministry of Finance as Secretary on 23 February 2020. She is the first female Secretary of ERD appointed by Government. Prior to this position, she held the positions of Vice-Chairman, Export Promotion Bureau (EPB), Ministry of Commerce and Director General, Institute of Public Finance (IPF), Ministry of Finance.
Yasmin joined the Bangladesh Civil Service in 1991. She worked for the Finance Division and Economic Relations Division of the Ministry of Finance. She also worked for Ministries of Agriculture, Women and Children Affairs, and Defense. During her civil service career, she worked for ERD for a substantial period with World Bank, United Nations, Asian Development Bank and Islamic Development Bank.
Outside government she worked for Asian Development Bank, European Union and UN’s International Jute Organization during her civil service.
Yasmin did her Masters in Business Administration from Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka. She completed Masters in Development Economics from Australian National University (ANU), Australia. She was a Hubert H. Humphrey Public Policy Fellow of the US State Department at the Rutgers University, USA.
Ms. Patricia Fuller
Ambassador for Climate Change, Canada
Patricia Fuller’s mandate is focused on advancing action on climate change through building international partnerships and promoting Canadian clean technologies.
Ms. Fuller joined the Government of Canada as a foreign service officer, and through her career has specialized in international economic and trade policy as well as environment and energy policy. She has held senior positions at Global Affairs Canada, the Privy Council Office, Natural Resources Canada and Environment and Climate Change Canada. She has served abroad as Ambassador of Canada to Uruguay from 2004 to 2007 and as Ambassador to Chile from 2012 to 2015, in addition to assignments in Mexico and Guatemala. Ms. Fuller holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Economics and Political Studies from Queen's University and a Master of Science with distinction from the London School of Economics.
Ms Marie-Gabrielle Ineichen-Fleisch
State Secretary, State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, Switzerland
State Secretary Marie-Gabrielle Ineichen-Fleisch (*1961), Attorney, MBA, SECO Director and Director of the Foreign Economic Affairs Directorate since 1 April 2011. From 2007 Federal Council Ambassador and Delegate for Trade Agreements, Switzerland's chief negotiator at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) as well as member of the SECO Board of Directors and in addition to the WTO responsible for the OECD and free trade agreements as head of the World Trade Division in the Foreign Economic Affairs Directorate. Previously, from 1999 to 2007, head of the WTO sector. From 1995 head of section in the WTO section of the Federal Office of Foreign Economic Affairs FOFEA. 1992/1993 she worked at the World Bank (Washington D.C., USA) as assistant to Switzerland's Executive Director's. From 1990 to 1995 scientific adviser in the Legal Service and International Investment and Technology Transfer Service in the FOFEA. 1989 gained her MBA from INSEAD (Fontainebleau, F). 1988 Junior Consultant at McKinsey in Zurich. 1987 gained her law degree at the University of Berne qualifying as an attorney.
Ms Ute Klamert
Assistant Executive Director, World Food Programme (WFP)
Ute Klamert has been Assistant Executive Director for Partnerships and Advocacy since
February 2019. In this role, Ms Klamert leads the organization’s engagement and resourcemobilization
activities with governments, United Nations agencies, private sector and other
partners. She also drives communications and advocacy efforts to further WFP’s mission of
‘saving lives, changing lives’.
To enable WFP to continue reaching more vulnerable, food-insecure people around the
world, Ms Klamert is committed to investing in the skills and capabilities of her staff as well
as increasing diversity across the Partnerships and Advocacy Department.
Ms Klamert has more than 30 years of global experience in development cooperation,
partnerships, resource mobilization, strategy and operations, including 15 years in senior
leadership positions. Prior to joining WFP, she served as Director-General for the European,
Mediterranean Region and Central Asia Department in the German Corporation for
International Cooperation (GIZ). She managed complex change processes and oversaw
strategic development in areas including the humanitarian-development-peace nexus.
She also fostered innovation in delivery approaches in fragile settings such as those beset
by conflict. In this role, Ms Klamert managed a budget of approximately 1 billion Euros per
annum, and around 5,500 staff in decentralized and multi-disciplinary teams across seven
divisions and 34 GIZ country offices.
Ms Klamert serves on the German Commission on Root Causes of Displacement, which is
working on concrete proposals for the German Government to identify and mitigate the main
causes of refugees’ displacement.
A German national, she holds a law degree from the University of Regensburg. She is married
with two daughters, with whom she shares a love of skiing.
Ms Makereta Konrote
Permanent Secretary for Economy. Ministry of Economy, Fiji
Ms Konrote is the Permanent Secretary of the Fijian Ministry of Economy and is responsible for coordinating Fiji’s climate action agenda through the Climate Change and International Cooperation Division of the Ministry. In the insu-resilience space, she is guiding the development of Fiji’s Climate and Disaster Risk Financing Strategy as well as structuring the first ever parametric climate and disaster micro insurance solution in the South Pacific. She holds a Master of Environmental and Resource Economics from the Australian National University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics from the University of the South Pacific. She is also a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Ms Mami Mizutori
Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Disaster Risk Reduction, and Head of UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR)
Mami Mizutori is the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (SRSG) for Disaster Risk Reduction, and head of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, based in Geneva, Switzerland. She assumed her role on 1 March 2018. Ms. Mizutori served for twenty-seven years in various capacities in the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Prior to joining the UN, Ms. Mizutori was Executive Director of the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, University of East Anglia, UK, since 2011. Ms. Mizutori graduated in law from Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, and obtained a Diploma in International Studies from the Diplomatic School of Spain. A Japanese national, Ms. Mizutori speaks Japanese, English and Spanish
Mrs. Carla Montesi
Director Green Deal, Digital Agenda, Directorate-General for International Partnerships (DG INTPA), European Commission
Carla Montesi is currently Director at the European Commission’s Directorate General for Development and Cooperation. She has been responsible for the Directorate “Planet and Prosperity” since September 2018. Before that (2014-2018) she was Director for Western and Central Africa. Prior to 2014, she was Director at the Directorate General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries. Initially responsible for fisheries conservation, control and structural actions for the Mediterranean and Black Sea, she has piloted maritime policy as well as fisheries and funding for the Baltic Sea, North Sea and Landlocked Member States. Formerly a lawyer in Italy who specialised in European affairs at the College of Europe in Bruges, Mrs Montesi's earlier career encompassed diverse responsibilities in the field of EU external policy for development and cooperation both at Headquarters and in EU Delegations in Africa, as well as experience in the Cabinet of EU Commissioner Emma Bonino for External Policy and Humanitarian Affairs.
Mr. Lucien Fanomezantsoa Ranarivelo
Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries – APRM, Madagascar
Mr Lucien Ranarivelo has recently been appointed as Minister in the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries in Madagascar. He has training in Agronomy (engineering degree) and a postgraduate training in Maritime Resources Management with specialization in Maritime Environmental Economics (M.Sc). Mr Ranarivelo has proven professional competence in the coordination of projects and experience of more than twenty years in rural development. He previously acted as the Director General of Agriculture within the same Ministry.
Dr. Andrew Steer
President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), World Resources Institute
Dr. Andrew Steer is the President and CEO of the World Resources Institute, a global research organization whose 900+ experts work in more than 50 countries, with offices in Brazil, China, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Mexico, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Dr. Steer joined WRI from the World Bank, where he served as Special Envoy for Climate Change from 2010 - 2012. From 2007 to 2010, he served as Director General at the UK Department of International Development in London.
Dr. Steer is a Commissioner for the Global Commission on Adaptation, a Global Agenda Trustee for the World Economic Forum, and is a member of the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development, the Energy Transitions Commission, the Champions 12.3 Coalition to reduce food loss and waste, and the Sustainable Advisory Groups of both IKEA and the Bank of America. In earlier years, Andrew held several senior posts at the World Bank, including Director of the Environment Department. He also has directed World Bank operations in Vietnam and Indonesia and served as chief of the Country Risk Division and director and chief author of the 1992 World Development Report on Environment and Development.
Dr. Steer was educated at St. Andrews University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Cambridge University. He holds a PhD in economics.
Mr. Achim Steiner
Mr. Achim Steiner is UNDP Administrator and Vice-Chair of the UN Sustainable Development Group. Prior to joining UNDP, he was Director of the Oxford Martin School and Professorial Fellow of Balliol College, University of Oxford. In addition, Mr. Steiner led the United Nations Environment Programme and was Director-General of the United Nations Office at Nairobi. He graduated in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (M.A.) from Worcester College, Oxford University and holds a M.A. from the University of London/School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).
Ms. Delphine Traoré
Regional Chief Operating Officer, Allianz Africa
Insurance industry expert Traoré is the eyes and ears of the financial services company Allianz. She served as CEO of Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty from 2012 and became the firm’s Africa Chief Operating Officer in 2017. Allianz has operations in 12 African countries and bought a majority stake in Nigeria’s Ensure Insurance in 2017. Next to this role, Traoré is the president of the African Insurance Organisation, the Non Executive Director of the Société Générale, as well as of the African Risk Capacity Insurance Company Limited. Ms. Traoré has been educated in Business/Accounting at the University of Pittsburgh and holds a MBS in Insurance Management at the Boston University School of Management.
Mrs. Rachel Turner
Interim Director General of Economic Development and International at the Department for International Development
Rachel Turner, is interim Director General of Economic Development and International at the Department for International Development. Previously, Rachel was Director within the same division, focusing on Economic Development. Rachel has also served as Director for East and Central Africa, overseeing DFID’s programmes in Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Rachel has over 20 years of development experience in low and middle income countries of Africa, Russia and Eastern Europe. She headed the DFID office in Mozambique and with her experience of managing DFID’s relationships with global financial institutions, she has a strong understanding of public and private sector development issues and wide involvement with the multilateral and bilateral development architecture.
Dr. Juergen Voegele
Vice President for Sustainable Development at the World Bank
Dr. Juergen Voegele, Ph.D., assumed the position of Vice President for Sustainable Development at the World Bank on April 1, 2020. In this role, he oversees the work of Global Practices and thematic groups that bring together the best expertise from across the World Bank Group and from partners, to help countries tackle their most complex challenges in the area of sustainable development. The practices and groups under his responsibility include Agriculture and Food; Climate Change; Environment, Natural Resources and Blue Economy; Environmental and Social Framework Implementation; Social Development; Urban, Disaster Risk Management, Resilience and Land; and Water.
Prior to this appointment, Dr. Voegele was Global Director of the World Bank's Climate Change Group and Senior Director of the World Bank's Agriculture and Food Global Practice. Since joining the World Bank in 1991, Dr. Voegele has held several assignments, chairing the Agriculture and Rural Development Sector Board as well as the Environment Sector Board, leading the Agriculture Unit in China, the Agriculture and Rural Development Unit of the Europe and Central Asia Region, and the Agriculture and Rural Development Department of the World Bank (later recast as the Agriculture and Environmental Services Department).
Dr. Voegele holds a PhD in Agriculture Engineering and a Master’s in Agriculture Economics from the University of Hohenheim, in Germany.
Ms Vositha Wijenayake
Executive Director, Slycan Trust
Vositha Wijenayake works as the Executive Director of SLYCAN Trust, a not for profit civil society think tank. She is an international lawyer specializing in public international law and has over a decade of experience in working on climate change, at national and international level. Vositha is a member of the National Expert Committee on Climate Change Adaptation of the Ministry of Environment of Sri Lanka, and has been a member of the Sri Lankan delegation to the UNFCCC negotiations since 2016, negotiating on issues related to compliance, climate change adaptation, loss and damage, gender, response measures and MRV. She is a member of the Expert Group on Oceans and Climate Change of the UNFCCC, contributes to the work of the NAP Technical Working Group of the UNFCCC and co-chairs the Impact Working Group of the InsuResilience Global Partnership. Her current work related to policy and research focuses on climate and disaster risk management, national adaptation plans, NDC review process, and climate-induced migration and displacement. She presently works at national level in Asia and Africa, as well as regionally and internationally on topics related to climate change, and sustainable development.
HLCG Strategic DocumentsHLCG Co Chairs Conclusions - 1st Meeting 9 December 2018 HLCG Co Chairs Conclusions - 2nd Meeting (virtual) 12 June 2019 Pro-Poor Principles InsuResilience Global Partnership_Communique_Vision 2025 Updated Governance Charter - 3rd Meeting 15 September 2020 Co-Chairs’ conclusions on the third meeting of the High-Level Consultative Group held on 15th/16th September 2020
The Partnership Forum is a platform to exchange experience and knowledge and raise awareness about risk finance and insurance by engaging all stakeholders of the Partnership in an inclusive manner.
It encompasses different approaches for exchange between partners, such as the annual Partnership Forum, the interactive online platform RISK TALK, technical working groups and, at the request of the members, further activities such as workshops and webinars.
The Annual Partnership Forum, held at the end of each year, is the global flagship event of the climate and disaster risk financing and insurance community. It brings together all members of the InsuResilience Global Partnership and the wider resilience community to exchange knowledge on lessons learnt, best practice and innovations. The results can help to improve and upscale financial protection for poor and vulnerable people. This collaborative forum serves to shape the global agenda for climate and disaster risk finance and insurance.
The Program Alliance brings together programmes that share the common ambition to strengthen the financial resilience of the poor and vulnerable population against climate and disaster risks. Its purpose is to facilitate efficient and coordinated global action on climate and disaster risk finance and insurance. The Program Alliance helps to harmonise donor contributions to countries, in line with the overarching goals of the Partnership.
The main focus lies on driving forward the development, implementation and financing of practical solutions. As the collaborative delivery vehicle of the Partnership, the Program Alliance delivers a full package of services related to climate and disaster risk finance and insurance, including:
(a) research, data, modelling, innovation & learning;
(b) technical assistance;
(c) solution design and implementation;
(d) concessional insurance and
(e) monitoring, reporting and evaluation.
The Program Alliance brings together members from donors and implementing partners. Through the Program Alliance, countries benefit from the activities of the following programmes:
- Asia-Pacific Climate Finance Fund (ACliFF) (established by the Asian Development Bank)
- Centre for Disaster Protection (established by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and the World Bank)
- Global Index Insurance Facility (GIIF) (established by the World Bank)
- Global Risk Financing Facilty (established by the World Bank)
- Insurance and Risk Finance Facility (established by the United Nations Development Programme)
- InsuResilience Solutions Fund (established by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) of Germany and the KfW Development Bank)
- InsuResilience Secretariat (established as the Partnership’s central hub for coordination, facilitation, knowledge, matchmaking, monitoring and evaluation and support to all Partnership bodies)
The InsuResilience Secretariat serves as an administrative support unit for the Global Partnership. It is the central hub for coordination, knowledge sharing, matchmaking, monitoring & evaluation and support to all Partnership bodies. Established in 2016 in Bonn, it is hosted by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.
The Secretariat commits itself to:
- foster an inclusive dialogue and coordination among various stakeholders while maintaining neutrality
- drive a common agenda of stakeholders to raise global ambitions and set standards
- link potential collaborators as an ‘honest broker’
- facilitate knowledge management while continuously scouting for new trends
- improve transparency between actors, projects and solutions
- monitor and ensure progress and target achievement
Dr. Astrid Zwick
Head of InsuResilience Secretariat
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