2ND FINANCING FOR DISASTER AND CLIMATE RESILIENCE
Date: 1 - 11 Apr 2024
Venue: Bangkok, Thailand
SHORT COURSE INTRODUCTION
April 1-7 (Online)
August 9-11 (Face-to-Face)
This course addresses the challenge of insufficient financial resources in achieving disaster and climate resilience. It guides participants in accessing global and regional disaster risk and climate funds for sustainable financing and effective mobilization strategies. Participants actively create tailored resource mobilization plans throughout the program through workshops, presentations, discussions, and consultations.
This course thoroughly explores financial mechanisms, strategies, and tools crucial for enhancing disaster and climate resilience across various societal levels. Given the increasing impact of climate change and the rising frequency and severity of disasters, mastering resilience financing becomes imperative for individuals, organizations, and governments. By course completion, participants will possess the knowledge and skills to develop, execute, and manage financing strategies that strengthen disaster preparedness, response, and recovery while mitigating climate change's adverse effects.
Module 1: Understanding the global context, instruments, and mechanisms on financing for climate and disaster resilience (Online-3 hours per day)
Session 1.1. Setting the stage: why financing for climate and disaster resilience?
Session 1.2. The context of financing and the global frameworks
Session 1.3. Introduction to climate finance
Session 1.4. The climate finance architecture - case study
Session 1.5. Overview of disaster risk finance and insurance
Session 1.6. Sustainable financing
Module 2: Climate and disaster resilient investments (Face to Face)
Session 2.1. Mainstreaming climate and disaster resilience in public planning and financing process
Session 2.2. Public financial management of climate and disasters
Session 2.3. Mechanisms and instruments for financing climate and disaster resilience
Module 3: Inclusion and innovation for financing climate and disaster resilience (Face to Face)
Session 3.1. Practices in Asia on inclusive financing for climate and disaster risks
Session 3.2. Gender-smart solutions to climate and disaster risk finance and insurance
Module 4: Public-Private-Partnerships for climate and disaster resilience (Face to Face)
Session 4.1. Good practices of Public-Private-Partnerships for climate and disaster resilience
Session 4.2. Leveraging innovative financing
Module 5: Adaptation finance in Asia - mechanisms, good practices, and lessons learned (Face to Face)
Session 5.1. Accessing international and national adaptation finance
Session 5.3. Monitoring, reporting and verification of climate finance
Module 6: Climate and disaster risk finance and insurance good practices and lessons learned (Face to Face)
Session 6.1. Elements of a disaster risk financing strategy
Session 6.2. Anticipatory and forecast-based financing
$950 (without accommodation)
$1,200 [with accommodation (4 nights)]
Fees are inclusive of course materials (soft copy), cost of instructions and course certificate. For face-to-face training, fee is inclusive of morning and afternoon snacks and lunch during the course.
Interested individuals and organizations can register online at www.adpc.net/apply.
For more information about the course, you may also contact Apibarl Bunchongraksa at email@example.com and telephone numbers +66 22980681 to 92 ext. 132.