As part of its service, the GRMA aims to fill critical model and data gaps and enhance (sub-)sovereign climate and disaster risk assessment capabilities. Relevant gaps are identified and co-defined with country partners, and are then openly published in a country-specific Call for Proposals.
We anticipate that these calls may be of interest to research institutions, academia, re-insurance brokers or carriers, commercial model vendors. Responses are welcome from individual organisations or consortia, and inclusion of local organisations in the response is strongly encouraged.
Calls for Proposals are managed and funded by the InsuResilience Solutions Fund (ISF), the host facility of the GRMA Programme. Details may be found at the ISF website, where the following call for proposals is currently open.
The deadline to submit proposals is January 31, 2024.
Calls for Proposals are managed and funded by the InsuResilience Solutions Fund (ISF), the host facility of the GRMA Programme. Details may be found at the ISF website, where two calls for proposals are currently open.
The deadline to submit proposals is March 1st, 2024.
Interested applicants can find the minimum and selection criteria for service providers here:Download Selection Criteria
Modelling companies, commercial vendors, researchers, academics and non-profits working on climate risk data and modelling are invited to join the effort. Stay tuned for the publication of country-specific Calls for Proposals.
If you are interested in learning more, and want to stay up to date on opportunities, sign up here: