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Frontiers in Climate
This paper reviews, compares, and analyzes the legal and institutional framework of Latin American government insurance systems for disaster risk. Data and information are obtained through an intense examination of disasters database, the scientific literature and legal framework of administrative and operational procedures, and mainly sources of financial funds related to disaster risk management. The results demonstrate that all countries, with the exception of Ecuador and Chile, legallydoi:10.3389/fclim.2020.603176 fatcat:lv6w4xyquzeffdj25cnaearxbm