Our partners – disaster management agencies (BPBD) and other local stakeholders in Central Java Province, Indonesia – have limited capacity for assessing financial impacts of disasters across the full range of potential outcomes and hence for assessing the balance of costs and benefits of using pre-arranged government financing, private insurance or other financial instruments.

The FloodFinJava project seeks to build this decision-making capacity, co-developing with our local partners a ‘decision support framework’ (or DSF) with demonstration software and a series of analyses (‘case studies’) exploring how loss and financial modelling can improve planning and preparation for the financial consequences of extreme flood events.

Use the links above to find out more about the project.