Learning Event No 4, Session 1. From Agriculture and Rural Development Day (ARDD) 2011
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How can integrated risk management assist poor, food insecure and vulnerable people adapt and build resilience to climate change? Presentation by World Food Program and Oxfam. R4 Rural Resilience......

How can integrated risk management assist poor, food insecure and vulnerable people adapt and build resilience to climate change? Presentation by World Food Program and Oxfam. R4 Rural Resilience Initiative. Learning Event Number 4, Session 1, Room C.

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  • 1.  food  needs  met  Household            Drought   Livelihoods  and  Food  Needs   Major  drought  has   immediate  and  long  term   impacts  on  household   livelihoods  
  • 2. Safety  Net   HARITA   Drought  index   triggered   Poorest Labor  Governments Cash  /  Food   Households Safety Net Funding   Program (Safety Net Donors IFW  Voucher   Participants) Funding   (Pay Labor) IFW  Premiums   Less Poor Households Financial Cash  premiums   (Not Safety Net Institutions Participants) Payouts   (Pay Cash) IFW  =  Insurance-­‐for-­‐Work  
  • 3.  food  needs  met  Household            Drought   Livelihoods  and  Food  Needs   Drought  risk  reduction  –   an  irrigation  system  or   agroforestry    –  limits   impact  of  drought  
  • 4.  food  needs  met  Household   Livelihoods  and  Food  Needs   Insurance  policy  pay-­‐out   helps  meet  needs  during   the  drought  
  • 5.  food  needs  met  Household   Livelihoods  and  Food  Needs   Access  to  credit    allows  increased   productivity  and  ability  to  save,  protected   by  insurance  
  • 6.          Drought    food  needs  met  Household   Livelihoods  and  Food  Needs   Risk  reduction,  insurance  and  savings  provide  a  resilient  set   of  risk  management  tools  to  protect  the  food  security  that   the  household  is  building  
  • 7. wfp.org/disaster-risk-reduction oxfamamerica.org/issues/insurance