Blogs

Posted by
Evie Calcutt

African countries are among those most vulnerable to natural disasters and the impacts of climate change. 

Posted by
Cristina Stefan

Extreme weather events are commonplace in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Posted by
Carlos Felipe Jaramillo

On September 10, 2004, Hurricane Ivan devastated Jamaica with its Category 4 winds and rain causing more than US$350 million in damages and taking the lives of 14 people.

Posted by
Olivier Mahul

The ongoing policy discussions about climate change resilience and the role of prevention and insurance, including the 

Posted by
Antoine Bavandi

Climate shocks and natural disasters have long-lasting effects — human, social, economic, and environmental.

Posted by
Olivier Mahul

Natural disasters cost about US$18 billion a year in emerging markets and developing economies through damage to power generation and transport infrastructure alone.

Posted by
Tenin Fatimata Dicko

Burkina Faso, a landlocked country in the heart of the Sahel region, was already facing difficult challenges when the COVID-19 outbreak occurred.

Posted by
Sumati Rajput

Shocks--no matter their cause--are inevitable. We all know that.