Climate and Disaster Risk analytics tool for adaptive social protection

The report presents an analysis of central risks and related impacts on communities in the context of Adaptive Social Protection (ASP). In addition, central social protection dimensions (SPD) necessary for the successful implementation of ASP and respective data needs from a theoretical perspective are identified. The application of the quantitative ECA framework is tested for tropical storms in the context of ASP, providing an operational perspective on technical feasibility. Finally, recommendations on further research for the potential application of a suitable ASP risk analytics tool in Indonesia are proposed.