(Frankfurt am Main, Guatemala City) The Caribbean coast of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras is frequently affected by high intensity cyclones, which imperil lives and livelihoods. The Mesoamerican Reef (MAR)…
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The 5th Call for Proposals is open now until Friday, 16 April 2021, 23:59 CET.
You are planning to develop a climate risk insurance project and look for financial support?
Apply now for ISF co-funding of product development costs!
In light of the ongoing pandemic, holistic approaches on disaster relief and preparedness are more vital than ever. Therefore, the ISF especially welcomes concepts for insurance products for target groups highly affected by the pandemic, e.g.
- governments and communities
- poor and vulnerable households
in order to prove additional funding for measures such as
- emergency relief
- business interruption
- food security
- public buildings and critical infrastructure
mitigating the effects of compound risks due to climate change such as flood, wind/storm, excess rain, drought/heat waves, cold spells (in combination with other perils).
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The InsuResilience Solutions Fund (ISF) promotes the development of innovative and sustainable climate risk insurance products in developing and emerging countries, to improve the resilience of poor and vulnerable households against the impacts of climate change and natural disasters.
The ISF provides grant-based co-funding of up to 2.5m EUR and advice to partnerships between (local) public entities (e.g. national or regional government bodies), private companies in the insurance sector and NGOs to
- transform new climate risk insurance concepts into products ready for market placement
- bring successfully piloted climate risk insurance products to scale.
(Frankfurt, Medellín) About half of the economic losses due to natural disasters in Colombia are caused by floods, followed by earthquakes and landslides. At the same time, however there are no adequate insurance …
San Pedro Sula is the second largest city in Honduras and the industrial centre of the country. The city is severely affected by hurricanes, tropical storms and flooding. Extreme weather events and natural catastrophes…
- Supporting comprehensive climate risk analysis as the basis for governments, businesses and households to become more proactive in risk management and to make informed decisions on climate risk management and adaptation strategies.
- Offering studies and advice for the development of new concepts for climate risk insurance solutions that take into account the specific needs of the poor and vulnerable populations and
- Co-funding the development and market introduction of insurance products, as well as supporting the expansion of existing innovative climate risk insurance products.