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Convening finance government & NGOs

Our membership includes private finance and insurance partners representing trillions of dollars of assets under management, as well as governments, multilateral institutions and civil society.  

Our core focus is to drive investment into building coastal and ocean resilience through finance and insurance products that reduce risk and create more financially and socially resilient communities – an avenue to sustainable development.  

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$500m

investment into coastal and marine natural capital

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250m

climate vulnerable people more resilient by 2030

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$6m

Invested into projects

Full Members – Provide financial support of at least USD$50,000* per annum in-cash or in-kind to support ORRAA’s work programme, projects, research and policy work or the work of the Secretariat. *Full Member SIDS and ODA eligible countries are exempt from the annual USD$50,000 in-cash or in-kind contribution. 

Institutional Partners  - These are international or multilateral organisations or associations. 

Project Delivery Partners – Support ORRAA through on-the-ground project delivery partnerships in which they are actively implementing or collaborating on a project that is supported or funded through ORRAA or its members. 

Observers  – Join ORRAA to grow our partnership as stepping-stones to full membership.

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More than half of all mangrove ecosystems at risk of collapse by 2050, first IUCN global assessment finds

This is the first time an ecosystem group has been assessed entirely across the planet using the IUCN Red List of Ecosystems – a global standard for measuring the health of ecosystems. 

IUCN - International Day for Biodiversity

The Commonwealth has launched a new toolkit to promote gender-responsive practices in ocean-related occupations

Turning the Tides of Inclusion: A Toolkit for Gender Equality in Ocean Sectors is a guide for policymakers, organisations, and individuals to help promote inclusion and unlock the full potential of sustainable blue economies. 

Commonwealth - New toolkit to promote gender-responsive practices in ocean-related occupations

ABALOBI first quarterly newsletter now out

📣 You can read ABALOBI's quarterly newsletter featuring its key stories of 2024 so far. You can share some of its most important milestones. Please click on the link below.

ABALOBI's first quarterly newsletter