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Understanding Risk-informed Early Action Partnership (REAP)

NetHope Solutions Center Webinar Series

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This webinar will provide participants with an overview of the area risk informed early action, charting the progress made by a small group of pioneering agencies and governments to the establishment of REAP at UNCAS 2019.

Participants will walk away with a grounding in the why, what, where and how of Early Action, an understanding of REAP and how it works, and REAP partner insights into the value of the partnerships. Most importantly, participants will leave with some ideas about what value their work and organisations could bring to REAP and the broader early warning early action agenda.

Speakers

Ben Webster, Head of Secretariat, REAP Secretariat

Emma Flaherty, Thematic Lead-Implementation, REAP Secretariat

Claudia Thyme, Director Strategic Market Development with AXA XL,member of the Insurance Development Forum Operations Committee, co chair of Insurance Development Forum Sovereign & Humanitarian Solutions (SHS) Working Group and member of REAP’s Board
Issack Maalim, Director Nexus Platform, Nexus Somalia Consortium
Mark Harvey, CEO of Resurgence
Montserrat Barroso, Program Specialist for REAP, World Food Program

 

REAP Partners:

 

Insurance Development Forum
The IDF is on a mission to optimise and extend the use of insurance and its related risk management capabilities to build greater resilience and protection for people, communities, businesses, and public institutions that are vulnerable to disasters and their associated economic shocks. Members include AxA, AIG, Willis Tower Watson, UNDRR, UNDP and a wide range of other insurance and multilateral agencies.

Nexus Somalia Consortium
Nexus is a consortium of Somali NGOs and INGO partners providing a vision for a brighter future in Somalia and Somaliland. They are launching the world’s first local NGO led Early Action Fund.

RESURGENCE
An international collaborative project aiming to empower 250 million people to make life protecting decisions enabled by weather and climate science and inclusive early warning systems design.

World Food Program

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