GWP's newest Perspectives Paper is called "Climate insurance and water-related disaster risk management – Unlikely partners in promoting development?" It is a contribution to the discussion on insurance, risk transfer and sharing mechanisms in offsetting economic impacts around extreme events.
Drought in Central America is characterized by a variation in rainfall distribution, manifested by a few rainy events among long periods without rainfall within the rainy season. This severely affects the production cycles for farmers.
GWP has leveraged its stakeholder network to advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) reporting process in 30 countries. The results will form part of the SDG 6 baseline data to be included in UN-Water’s SDG 6 Synthesis Report 2018 on water and sanitation.