Financial Protection: SEADRIF

Recurring floods and other natural disasters affecting the livelihoods of large populations are a major challenge in Southeast Asia and often leave governments with a critical need for short-term liquidity to finance response and recovery. The Southeast Asia Disaster Risk Insurance Facility (SEADRIF) Program is a regional approach to disaster risk finance that aims to increase governments’ fiscal capacity to manage the financial impact of natural disasters, and improve access to rapid response financing for emergency response.

Risk Pooling
DRF Training and Knowledge
DRF on Sovereigns
DRF on Resilient Livelihoods

Regions & Countries

East Asia and Pacific, South Asia
Date of Publication
September, 2017