Workstream 4:
Collaborative Network

Foster collaborations to drive the development of Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance solutions through well-established networking and management of information

The InsuResilience Secretariat has joined two Working Groups: 3Ws and Health. Moreover, the two Secretariats have jointly organized a web-talk on ‘Early Warning Systems and Risk Financing’. An ongoing exchange is taking place to promote synergies between both Work Plans. > More

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The InsuResilience Secretariat is a member of this informal group working together and guided by the Marrakech Partnership’s framework for resilience. > More

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The InsuResilience Secretariat kickstarted collaboration with the NAP GN in 2020 on integrating Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (CDRFI) in the development of National Adaptation Plans (NAP). NAP GN and the InsuResilience Global Partnership both have rich agendas for gender mainstreaming and are working collaboratively in this space. NAP GN is a member of the InsuResilience Global Partnership´s Gender Working Group and it is envisaged that the two organizations will be engaged in a joint knowledge event in 2021.

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The Global Resilience Partnership has convened diverse stakeholders to establish a Resilience Knowledge Coalition with the aim of “getting the best knowledge and practice on resilience used to shape policies, plans and investments to deliver a resilient future.”
The InsuResilience Secretariat has joined two working groups: i. Peer-to-Peer Learning and ii. Measurement and Evidence.

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The InsuResilience Secretariat has co-developed the Policy Brief “Integrating Risk Finance into National Resilience and Adaptation Efforts”. The corresponding Action Areas will be jointly implemented in 2021.
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The InsuResilience Secretariat is a strategic partner and co-chair of the Climate Change and Food Security Best Practice Group, and a member of the Landscapes Study Best Practice Group.

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The InsuResilience Secretariat is a member of the XCF Technical Review Forum supporting the development of an innovative climate adaptation financing mechanism.

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The InsuResilience Secretariat is a member of Working Group 4 on insurance and has been contributing to the development of a business case for engagement of the sector as well as linkages to the work under the Partnership in scaling up observation data.

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The InsuResilience Secretariat is member of the Operational Committee of the IDF and co-chairs the Inclusive Insurance Working Group. It is also a member of the Sovereign Humanitarian Services Working Group and the Risk Modelling Steering Group.

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The InsuResilience Global Partnership is an Action Partner and is prominently involved in three Action Tracks (Finance, Infrastructure, Agriculture).

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The Anticipation Hub was launched in 2020 by the German Red Cross, in cooperation with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the Climate Centre. The InsuResilience Secretariat is engaged and envisages becoming a partner.

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The InsuResilience Global Partnership seeks alignment with CREWS’ work. Supporting processes have been initiated with the CREWS Secretariat.

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InsuResilience Global Partnership’s World-Wide Collaborative Engagement

Alongside the rich network of members that the Partnership maintains, there is also a far-reaching global collaboration with other initiatives, outlined in this network map. Within the overall framework of climate resilience building, the collaboration is cross-cutting through different global agendas. The aim is to link up with other initiatives to increase coherence and comprehensiveness in approaches and also to stimulate convergence and coordination across various actors. For more information on the type of engagement between the Partnership and other initiatives, please click on the respective icons.

InsuResilience Global Partnership’s World-Wide Collaborative Engagement

Alongside the rich network of members that the Partnership maintains, there is also a far-reaching global collaboration with other initiatives, outlined in this network map. Within the overall framework of climate resilience building, the collaboration is cross-cutting through different global agendas. The aim is to link up with other initiatives to increase coherence and comprehensiveness in approaches and also to stimulate convergence and coordination across various actors. For more information on the type of engagement between the Partnership and other initiatives, please click on the respective icons.

The InsuResilience Secretariat has joined two Working Groups: 3Ws and Health. Moreover, the two Secretariats have jointly organized a web-talk on ‘Early Warning Systems and Risk Financing’.  An ongoing exchange is taking place to promote synergies between both Work Plans.

More

The InsuResilience Secretariat is a member of this informal group working together and guided by the Marrakech Partnership’s framework for resilience.

More

The InsuResilience Secretariat kickstarted collaboration with the NAP GN in 2020 on integrating Climate and Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance (CDRFI) in the development of National Adaptation Plans (NAP). NAP GN and the InsuResilience Global Partnership both have rich agendas for gender mainstreaming and are working collaboratively in this space. NAP GN is a member of the InsuResilience Global Partnership´s Gender Working Group and it is envisaged that the two organizations will be engaged in a joint knowledge event in 2021.

More

The Global Resilience Partnership has convened diverse stakeholders to establish a Resilience Knowledge Coalition with the aim of “getting the best knowledge and practice on resilience used to shape policies, plans and investments to deliver a resilient future.”

The InsuResilience Secretariat has joined two working groups: i. Peer-to-Peer Learning and ii. Measurement and Evidence.

The InsuResilience Secretariat has co-developed the Policy Brief “Integrating Risk Finance into National Resilience and Adaptation Efforts”. The corresponding Action Areas will be jointly implemented in 2021.

More

The InsuResilience Secretariat is a strategic partner and co-chair of the Climate Change and Food Security Best Practice Group, and a member of the Landscapes Study Best Practice Group.

More

The InsuResilience Secretariat is a member of the XCF Technical Review Forum supporting the development of an innovative climate adaptation financing mechanism.

More

The InsuResilience Secretariat is a member of Working Group 4 on insurance and has been contributing to the development of a business case for engagement of the sector as well as linkages to the work under the Partnership in scaling up observation data.

More

The InsuResilience Secretariat is member of the Operational Committee of the IDF and co-chairs the Inclusive Insurance Working Group. It is also a member of the Sovereign Humanitarian Services Working Group and the Risk Modelling Steering Group.

More

The InsuResilience Global Partnership is an Action Partner and is prominently involved in three Action Tracks (Finance, Infrastructure, Agriculture).

More

The Anticipation Hub was launched in 2020 by the German Red Cross, in cooperation with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and the Climate Centre. The InsuResilience Secretariat is engaged and envisages becoming a partner.

More

The InsuResilience Global Partnership seeks alignment with CREWS’ work. Supporting processes have been initiated with the CREWS Secretariat. More
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