HORUS assists financial institutions in defining and implementing climate strategies, managing climate risk and developing financial products and services to support climate change adaptation and mitigation in developing countries.

Climate change and environmental degradation are major issues that strongly affect developing countries, starting with their most vulnerable populations.

Financial service providers in developing countries, especially microfinance institutions, are facing new risks in this context that need to be managed with adapted approaches and tools.

In addition to addressing these risks, financial institutions have a role to play in supporting the transition of emerging economies, in particular to increase the resilience of vulnerable populations, both rural and urban.

Our interventions include:
  • Support for climate risk management (including the analysis of the exposure and vulnerability of the credit portfolio)
  • Design of tailored climate strategies and implementation plans
  • Design of product and services to support adaptation and transition
  • Studies and research to promote adaptation and mitigation through local financial systems.

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