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Making Social Protection Fit for Disaster Risk Management & Climate Change Adaptation Towards Integrated Approaches

Making Social Protection Fit for Disaster Risk Management & Climate Change

Adaptation

Towards Integrated Approaches

Session 14B: Social Protection, Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation

Asia Pacific Social Protection Week, August 4th, 2016, Manila

Johanna Knoess

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

DISCLAIMER: This presentation does not necessarily reflect the views of ADB or the Government concerned, and ADB and the Government

Contributions of Social Protection to Climate Change Adaptation and Response Preventive Role Livelihood promotion &

Contributions of Social Protection to Climate Change Adaptation and Response

Preventive Role Livelihood promotion & diversification Reducing the impact of shocks, e.g. through insurance
Preventive Role
Livelihood promotion
& diversification
Reducing the impact
of shocks, e.g.
through insurance
Climate proofing
infrastructure
Protective Role Prevention of negative coping strategies Income and consumption smoothing Scaling up
Protective Role
Prevention of
negative
coping strategies
Income and
consumption
smoothing
Scaling up
Promotive Role Human capital development Increasing long-term resilience Opportunities for graduation out of poverty
Promotive Role
Human capital
development
Increasing long-term
resilience
Opportunities for
graduation out of
poverty
Challenges for Shaping the Policy Agenda Social Protection Climate Change Adaptation Disaster Risk Management

Challenges for Shaping the Policy Agenda

Social Protection Climate Change Adaptation Disaster Risk Management
Social
Protection
Climate
Change
Adaptation
Disaster
Risk
Management

Institutional barriers:

Lack of coordination between different ministries

Legislative barriers:

Technical barriers:

High degree of technical specializations

Political barriers:

Financial barriers:

Competition for budget allocations amongst ministries

Quick allocation of emergency funds

Lack of complementary and coherent approaches

Required time horizons beyond legislative periods

Orientations for Policy Making in Shock Response Cross-sectoral coordination • Early on – preparedness is

Orientations for Policy Making in Shock Response

Cross-sectoral coordination • Early on – preparedness is key Ethiopian PSNP in 2011: from 6,5
Cross-sectoral coordination
• Early on – preparedness is key
Ethiopian PSNP in
2011: from 6,5 to
9,6 Mio people
• Legal & institutional frameworks, committees, mainstreaming
with geographical
Integrating strategies & planning
targeting
• Plans at various levels
• Linkage to early warning, risk & vulnerability assessment
NREGA: self-
Scaling up response
• Expanding coverage rapidly
selection and
increase of work
days from 100 to
150 recently
Flexible delivery systems
• Targeting & distribution
Predictable financing arrangement
• Devising risk financing strategy
• Pooling & smoothing of different sources
African Risk
Capacity: Risk
financing
mechanism linked
to social
protection
Orientations for Policy Making in Adaptation Do not forget the long-term perspective! Asset Building •

Orientations for Policy Making in Adaptation

Do not forget the long-term perspective!

Asset Building

Building climate-

smart

infrastructure

Considering climate change impacts climate proofing

Livelihood

Promotion

Livelihood

diversification

(more profitable crops)

Improved production (access to irrigation)

Graduation

Approaches

Linkages to

services for

livelihoods

development

Access to credit

Access to training/

education

Role of Development Partners

Role of Development Partners Supporting policy development Capacity strengthening Supporting predictable and flexible

Supporting policy development

Capacity strengthening

Supporting predictable and flexible financing arrangements

Alignment with national strategies

Coordination

Germany‘s contribution: Linking Climate Risk Insurance with Social Protection Schemes G7 InsuResilience Initiative

Germany‘s contribution: Linking Climate Risk Insurance with Social Protection Schemes

G7 InsuResilience Initiative

Increasing access to climate risk insurance for an additional 400 million people in the most vulnerable developing countries

Using social protection systems for pay-outs from climate risk insurance

e.g. under African Risk Capacity (ARC)

InsuResilience Beneficiaries

African Risk Capacity (ARC) InsuResilience Beneficiaries Better linking climate risk insurance with disaster

Better linking climate risk insurance with

disaster relief, moving towards policy

coherence

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Thank you!

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Thank you! 10.08.2016 Seite 8
Thank you! 10.08.2016 Seite 8