Policy advice on adaptive social protection

In Indonesia, there is a great risk of poverty due to extreme weather events and natural disasters and the accompanying damage to assets and loss of income. According to the 2017 World Risk Report, Indonesia ranks 33 of 171 high-risk countries. The project objective is a preparation of analyses which specify the risks and vulnerabilities and develop options on what social protection for poor and vulnerable households, within the framework of the existing disaster risk management, could look like. This project improves risk coverage and promotes independent livelihoods for the poor and vulnerable. Madiba Consult, in consortium with United Nations University – Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) and Munich Climate Insurance Initiative (MCII), is responsible for the component of policy advice on adaptive social protection at the national level. The Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS), the National Disaster Management Authority (BNPB), the Directorate for Natural Resources and Regional Cooperation, the Ministry of Finance sub-department and the National Fiscal Policy Agency (BKF) are among the members of the ASP National Coordination Forum.


The project includes three main objectives:

(1) support with establishment and functioning of an ASP multi- stakeholder partnership at national level

(2) strengthening the technical capacities of the "ASP partnership": provision of technical information to enhance the knowledge base on risks and vulnerabilities, analysis of existing mechanisms with respect to social protection, disaster risk management and disaster risk financing and insurance & the analysis if effectiveness and efficiency of SP and DRM

(3) support of the political dialogue and drafting of the ASP Roadmap for Indonesia: analysis of potential linkages, division of rough cost estimates, assisting the GIZ project director and the partner in shaping the debate and political dialogue