Pooling the expertise and experience of all major stakeholders
Together, they develop ideas on how to provide financial protection against climate and natural disaster risks, and they implement these ideas – in line with country-specific needs and with the challenges faced by the poorest population groups.
The Partnership addresses various levels to implement and complement climate risk financing and insurance solutions:
- The High-Level Consultative Group (HLCG) determines the Partnership's strategic course.
- The Program Alliance coordinates implementation programmes that provide funding and advice to developing countries and emerging economies.
- The Partnership Forum meets annually. It uses a variety of channels and platforms to exchange knowledge and launch collaborative endeavours.
- The technical working groups reinforce technical exchange among the members of the Partnership and help to advance new developments within the Partnership.
- The InsuResilience Secretariat provides administrative support for the Partnership. It is the key platform for coordination efforts, the exchange of knowledge, matchmaking, monitoring & evaluation, and all Partnership bodies.
Further information on the Partnership:
- InsuResilience Global Partnership report: Pro-Poor Principles of the InsuResilience Global Partnership (External link) (2019)
- InsuResilience Global Partnership study: Integrating Gender Considerations into Different Models of Climate Risk Insurance (CRI) (External link) (2019)
- InsuResilience Global Partnership policy brief: Linking climate risk insurance with shock-responsive social protection (External link) (2019)
- Report by the United Nations University: Disaster Risk and Readiness for Insurance Solutions – InsuRisk Assessment Report 2018 (External link) (2018)
- Study by the World Resources Institute: The Future of Disaster Risk Pooling for Developing Countries: Where Do We Go From Here? (External link) (2019)
- InsuResilience Global Partnership study: Ecosystem-based Adaptation and Insurance: Success, Challenges and Opportunities (External link) (2019)