The proposed grant aims to develop and implement weather index-based crop insurance in Bangladesh as an adaptation tool to reduce the climate variability and extreme weather
vulnerability of agriculture sector, especially impacting small farm households. Climate induced disasters and other extreme weather events mostly affecting the country's agricultural
production such as flood, drought, cyclone, storm surge and salinity intrusion are directly related to climate change which are threatened to have more intense and frequent occurrence.
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