IRI Technical Report 11-03: HARITA IRI Report to Oxfam America: Final Report for General IRI Capacity Building and Technical Support for HARITA Micro-Insurance Scale up (Re: ETH 018 /10)

Osgood, D.; Sharoff, J.; Holthaus, E.; Norton, M.

The Horn of Africa Risk Transfer for Adaptation (HARITA) project is a holistic adaptation risk management project involving three main components: risk reduction, risk transfer, and prudent risk taking. The risk reduction component involves activities such as composting, water harvesting, planting trees, and seed cleaning, and interfaces closely with the Ethiopian Productive Safety Net Program (PSNP), a work for food program through which low income farmers are compensated for their labor in activities such as risk reduction.


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March 13, 2024