This project will assess potential disaster risk financing (DRF) options for climate-related and geological risk for selected cities in Indonesia and the Philippines in terms of feasibility, demand, and effectiveness. The project is funded through the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction. It is an outcome of TA 6474-REG: Natural Catastrophe Risk Insurance Mechanisms for Asia and the Pacific, which studied the feasibility of catastrophe risk transfer programs in the region.
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|Developing a Disaster Risk Financing Capability||May 2011|
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