Articles - COP27 and how insurance is helping build climate resilience

Munya Daka, CEO of Agro Consortium in Uganda, talks with Mario Wilhelm, Head Swiss Re Public Sector Solutions Middle East and Africa, about the importance insurance has played in promoting climate resilience and financial inclusion of 250,000 farmers in Uganda. The insurance scheme, supported by Swiss Re, covers crop and livestock and offers solutions for drought and excessive rainfall. Zurich was the start of our journey to COP27, Swiss Re attended the conference to strengthen our collaboration with clients and partners in the transition to reaching net zero by 2050. Our journey from Zurich to Sharm el-Sheikh took us to Milan, Genoa, Naples and Cairo, where we met with clients and partners to learn about their sustainability efforts.


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