A new climate insurance programme set to benefit up to four million people in six low-income countries across Asia and Africa has been launched.Read more
A new insurance scheme has been launched to help up to 4 million poor people in Africa and Asia deal with the challenges arising from climate disasters. The insurance programme – covering droughts in Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Zambia and Cambodia, and tropical cyclones in Myanmar – will mainly provide support to women farmers and their families, with plans to expand to cover floods later this year.Read more
VisionFund International, World Vision’s microfinance arm and Global Parametrics, has launched a new climate insurance programme, the African and Asian Resilience in Disaster Insurance Scheme (ARDIS), that will benefit more than four million people in six low-income countries.Read more
Global Parametrics, a parametric and index-based risk transfer start-up that’s backed by the UK and German governments, has launched a new climate insurance initiative, targeting African and Asian smallholder farmers, alongside VisionFund International, World Vision’s microfinance arm.Read more
The insurance programme – covering droughts and tropical cyclones – will support mostly women farmers and their familiesRead more
Over 690,000 families totalling up to four million people living in six low-income countries stand to benefit from a new climate insurance programme launched today by VisionFund International, World Vision’s microfinance arm and Global Parametrics.Read more
New insurance programme will provide access to credit in the aftermath of a drought or cyclone event.