As risk grows, it is time to rapidly scale-up insurance and risk-transfer solutions for the countries and communities most in need. UNDP lays the groundwork for full implementation.
UNDP will start insurance and risk-financing work in eight new countries in the first quarter of this year.
This work is backed by funding from the German government. The countries where work will commence are – Algeria, Colombia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Uganda, Uzbekistan, and Tanzania. Although diverse in their current utilization of insurance and risk-financing, each is facing significantly increasing crises, shocks, uncertainties, and disasters.
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