The Multi-Actor Partnership (MAP) seeks to provide spaces for discussion and discourse around climate and disaster risk finance and insurance (CDRFI). These spaces include policy formulation, evidence gathering, establishing linkages with international processes such as loss and damage and adaptation, network building, among other relevant focus areas. What is central and common across these areas defines what MAP is a platform of cooperation. In the past two years of implementation of the MAP project through various organizations in the Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Lao PDR, a regional exchange was identified as a crucial milestone towards achieving its objectives.
The MAP Asian Regional Workshop held from May 30 to June 1, 2022 at the Sudakara Art Space, Sudamala Suites and Villas in Bali, Indonesia is a first step towards building a stronger regional MAP approach.
|What is CDRFI? How can MAP make it work?||SÖNKE KREFT
Executive Director, Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII)
|Why is CDRFI crucial for the most vulnerable?||SARA JANE AHMED
Founder, Financial Futures Center Finance
Advisor, Vulnerable 20 (V20) Group of Ministers of Finance
|How can the private sector support CDRFI?||ANGELO KAIROS DELA CRUZ
Deputy Executive Director, ICSC
|What is the role of the InsuResilience Global Partnership in moving CDRFI?||SÖNKE KREFT
Executive Director, MCII
|Why is evidence-building important for CDRFI to work?|
|Sri Lanka||DENNIS MOMBAUER
Research and Knowledge Management Director, SLYCAN Trust
|Lao PDR||CASEY MORISSON
Senior Climate Change and Gender Advisor, CARE International in Lao PDR
|Philippines||MAP in the Philippines
ANGELO KAIROS DELA CRUZ
|State of Play of CDRFI in the Philippines
DR. FELINO LANSIGAN
|National policies on CDRFI
LYKA RANELLE DELA CRUZ
|CDRFI in legislation
|Key recommendations for MAP in the Philippines
ANGELO KAIROS DELA CRUZ
|Vietnam||TRAN MANH HUNG
Climate Change and DRR Portfolio Manager, CARE Vietnam
|Indonesia||DR. AVIANTO AMRI
General Chairman, The Indonesian Society for Disaster Management (MPBI)
- Press release: https://icsc.ngo/make-climate-finance-pro-poor-equitable-and-people-centered-asian-countries/
- Videos (ongoing production)
The Multi-Actor Partnership (MAP) on Climate and Disaster Risk Finance in the context of the InsuResilience Global Partnership (IGP) is a global project implemented by a group of civil society organizations from Laos, Sri Lanka, Malawi, Madagascar, Senegal, Philippines, Caribbean, and Germany.
In addition to global level influencing work, the core of the MAP in the Philippines will be engagement at both the national and subnational level, capacity development and the establishment of MAP on climate risk finance. This project is funded by the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and is coordinated by CARE Germany together with Germanwatch and the Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII).