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Innovative financial instruments for risk management - Global case studies from WFP's climate risk management programmes







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    FAO Partnerships – Access to financial instruments (Rabobank case study)
    Working for the Sustainable Development Goals
    2019
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    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Rabobank Foundation engaged in a strategic collaboration on two projects in Ethiopia and Tanzania, both designed to improve smallholder farmers’ incomes, access to fi nancial tools and ability to invest in more effi cient production of food crops
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    Cash transfer programmes for managing climate risk: evidence from a randomized experiment in Zambia 2017
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    Cash transfer programmes are increasingly being used to combat poverty and hunger as well as to shape the human capital of future generations. Even though most of these programmes are not explicitly designed to help households manage climate risk, there are good reasons to expect that cash transfers can help build household resilience against climatic risk. This study aims to provide an empirical analysis of the effect of weather risk on the welfare of rural households using impact evaluation da ta from the Zambia Child Grant Programme (CGP), together with a set of novel weather variation indicators.

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