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Webinar: Can we scale up early action through social protection? Exploring the potential for forecast-based financing approaches

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Upcoming webinar
Can we scale up early action through social protection? 
Exploring the potential for forecast-based financing approaches 

5 March 12.00 - 13.00 GMT

Acting early, even before a shock has happened, is essential to reduce the impacts of disasters on vulnerable populations and increase the cost effectiveness of support. Shock-responsive social protection systems that focus on disaster response are important, but they are only one part of the picture in managing climate risks. Can social protection programs enable early action at scale?

In this webinar, we will learn from experiences of delivering forecast-based cash transfers in advance of shocks and discuss options for financing large scale forecast-based action. We explore how social protection can link climate information and financing for improved early action.
The webinar builds on the recent brief  Resilience solutions: exploring social protection linkages to forecast-based financing, and reflects on experiences from both the development and humanitarian world. 

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Taking forecast-based cash transfer approaches to scale: Experiences from around the world. Erin Coughlan - Manager, Climate Science, Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre 

Disaster risk financing for early action. Dr. Nicola Ranger - Senior Disaster Risk Finance and Insurance Advisor, UK Department for International Development 

Discussant: Can social protection support forecast-based action? Margaret Arnold - Senior Social Development Specialist, World Bank 

Questions and Answers. Chair: Cecilia Costella – Senior Technical Advisor, Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre

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