The impact of climate change is already having devastating effects on lives and livelihoods. Planning and programming to strengthen climate resilience is now commonplace in development interventions. As part of a set of disaster risk financing tools, insurance schemes are being championed as a way to finance the mitigation of negative effects that extreme weather events can have on individuals, households, communities, and countries.

Latest Publications

Advancing towards promoting inclusive governance in fragile settings - A learning brief

  • Countries: Afghanistan, Burundi, Pakistan, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan
  • Co-authors: CARE Nederland
  • Published: January 2019

The why and how of women’s political influence in fragile contexts

  • Countries: Afghanistan, Burundi, Rwanda
  • Co-authors: CARE Nederland
  • Published: January 2019

Doing Development Differently in the Global South – Workshop Report

  • Countries: Global
  • Co-authors: British Council
  • Published: January 2019

Women’s space facilitators training module – Indashyikirwa programme

  • Countries: Rwanda
  • Co-authors: DFID, Rwanda Women’s Network, Rwanda Men’s Resource Centre
  • Published: December 2018

Opinion leaders training module – Indashyikirwa programme

  • Countries: Rwanda
  • Co-authors: DFID, Rwanda Women’s Network, Rwanda Men’s Resource Centre
  • Published: December 2018

Couple curriculum training module – Indashyikirwa programme

  • Countries: Rwanda
  • Co-authors: DFID, Rwanda Women’s Network, Rwanda Men’s Resource Centre
  • Published: December 2018

Community activist training module - Indashyikirwa programme

  • Countries: Rwanda
  • Co-authors: DFID, Rwanda Women’s Network, Rwanda Men’s Resource Centre
  • Published: December 2018

Shelter assistance: gaps in the evidence

  • Countries: Global
  • Co-authors: Global Shelter Cluster
  • Published: November 2018