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  • GIVRAPD The Global Islands' Vulnerability Research, Adaptation, Policy And Development (GIVRAPD) project was a 2-year research project in the Caribbean (St Lucia and Jamaica) and the Indian Ocean (Mauritius and Seychelles) to understand the multi-scale socioeconomic, governance and environmental conditions that shape vulnerability and capacity to adapt to climate change within and between small and medium-sized coastal communities. The objectives were to address key data and knowledge gaps, develop and evaluate practical local adaptation and climate compatible development (CCD) portfolios, facilitate the mainstreaming and scaling-up of adaptation and CCD, establish scientific and professional networks and build capacity. CaribRM and the Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII) at the United Nations University (UNU) undertook the micro-insurance component which was coordinated by CaribRM. The micro-insurance component focused on the role of climate-related micro-insurance as an adaption strategy for low income earners and sectoral stakeholders at a community level. Additionally, CaribRM investigated the viability of micro-insurance as a supplement to a wider, holistic disaster risk management plan for vulnerable coastal societies. This involved demand analyses through semi?structured interviews and workshops in the communities, evaluation of potential distribution channels and one?to?one meetings with regulators and insurance companies. Demand analysis was already conducted by MCII in Jamaica and St Lucia and therefore focus was on the Indian Ocean islands, however workshops were still held in the Caribbean islands.

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