In an effort to help vulnerable communities fight hunger, build resilience to climate change, and reduce the costs of natural disasters in the Americas, Africa and Asia, USAID and Swiss Re are partnering to provide customized, market-based insurance products.

The three-year partnership is intended to enable poor farmers and their families to better prepare for and cope with the impacts of the droughts, floods and other severe weather events that are predicted to become increasingly common as the climate changes.

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