Disaster Risk Finance - A ToolkitThis toolkit provides policymakers in developing countries with practical guidance on how to select appropriate disaster risk finance instruments. It may also assist members of the development and humanitarian community who support developing country policymakers and may hold some of the risks associated with disasters in these countries. Structured as a series of steps, the toolkit enables actors who hold risk, and their partners, to better understand, reduce and manage these risks and to finance activities accordingly.
Enhancing the private sector’s readiness to deliver climate change outcomes in Southern AfricaThis report explores the private sector’s involvement in addressing climate change in four Southern African countries: Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, and Zimbabwe. It identifies the barriers holding back further engagement of private sector actors in climate-related investment and possible reforms to the enabling environment that could support this investment. It also discusses how the private sector can better engage with the international climate finance architecture.