How agricultural microinsurance can help smallholders reduce their risk of climate-related disaster

Agricultural microinsurance is currently being tested in a wide vari-ety of settings to support smallholder farmers in developing coun-tries in coping with the effects of climate change, such as droughts, floods, or increased frequency and severity of infestations. This pa-per shows that microinsurance can also help smallholders to adapt to climate change.

Date Published
2013, October 01

Authors
Florent Baarsch, Johanna Huppert, Christina Tewes-Grad

Institution
Endeva, Climate Analytics

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