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A new report by the Global Risk Modelling Alliance demonstrates the positive impact of investing in risk reduction using effective adaptation measures, and how public private partnerships can empower climate-vulnerable countries to combine global best practices with local expertise to develop the best climate and disaster risk financing and insurance solutions.

A fast-track climate analysis has been conducted for Ghana and Uganda, using open risk models and freely available global data. This level of analytics demonstrates a typical low resolution risk audit, which can be considered a first step on a country’s journey of risk understanding. The analysis provides estimates of current risk at the national and subnational levels, and the amount of additional risk resulting from climate change and socio-economic development projected by 2050. This is a level of risk understanding which many countries do not possess already, and is needed to underpin the effective management of risk.

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13th March, 2023