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In 2015 the UN member states adopted 17 ambitious Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. A critical response to disaster risk is insurance, which has a mitigating role to play as a risk protection mechanism. The SDGs that insurance has crucial a role include:

  • povery reduction
  • no hunger
  • gender equality
  • decent work
  • economic growth
  • climate action
  • good health and wellbeing

Risk protection gap

TSC Global is working with Government, the Private Sector, NGOs, and development partners to analyze the factors impacting insurance as a tool for sustainable development:

  • The enabling environment: the legislative, regulatory, and institutional capacity,
  • The supply dynamics and context: providers and distributors of insurance and risk transfer, and
  • Fundamental demand dynamics: such as awareness, trust, and experience.
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