According to bank provided information, this Project seeks to support IPEC in providing an enabling environment for agricultural/climate insurance for Zimbabwean farmers by:
1. Improving IPEC's understanding of the current market status by conducting a market assessment to assess key climatic risks that farmers are exposed to, their demand for insurance, the capacity and appetite for climate insurance within the insurance industry, and the current enabling environment.
2. Strengthening IPEC's capacity to supervise the agri/climate insurance market through knowledge exchange facilitation, and provision of guidance in the development of a suitable regulatory framework.
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