Which countries are going to be the biggest beneficiaries of the global flood relief initiative?

By the time the world faces another major natural disaster, the United States will be the largest beneficiary of the International Flood Insurance Fund (IFIFILF) that will be administered by the United Nations. 

It is one of the biggest investments the United Kingdom has ever made. 

“This is a global infrastructure project that we’ve put in place to be able to provide support to the countries that need it,” the UK’s Minister of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Richard Lochhead told the BBC.

“It is really, really important to us that we are there to help them recover.” 

“We need to look at the whole region and look at all the countries,” he added.

“And it’s also very important that we support people to get out of harm’s way, to do things that they can’t do on their own.”

The IFILF is part of a broader global effort to combat the worst floods and droughts.

It has already received more than £8bn ($11bn) in funds and commitments from countries and organisations to help rebuild and recover from the floods.

The fund is set to receive a further £3.5bn by 2020 and will be fully operational by the end of 2021.

This is the first time the fund has been used to provide flood relief in a sustained way.

In a bid to help the UK rebuild from its devastating floods, the government will be issuing a total of 1,000 flood-related flood notices, of which 200 will be issued for the Greater Manchester area alone.

The government is also preparing to launch a series of flood warnings and a flood alert to warn people of potentially dangerous flooding.

It has also launched a programme to assist flood victims with temporary housing. 

The government has been trying to encourage people to leave their homes during the floods and has said it will spend £400m over the next three years to help people buy and renovate homes, with the aim of helping them rebuild their lives. 

Britain is the largest contributor of flood insurance to the IFILP, with more than €2.6bn allocated to the fund, and the government expects to see a further €1bn of flood funding allocated to flood relief schemes in the coming years.

This was highlighted in a recent report by the European Commission which found that the UK was the third largest contributor to the program.

It said that while the UK is currently on track to receive £100m more than it needs from the IFIF, it would need to raise an additional €1.6 billion from other sources to make up for the shortfall.

It added that the United Arab Emirates was “likely to benefit most from the government’s flood relief programme” and it will help them “to reduce their losses” and “to improve their infrastructure.”