MicroEnsure has announced the expansion of its weather index insurance products across Africa and Asia through four distinct sales channels.
Weather index insurance can help to protect farmers from weather-related risks such as droughts and floods by measuring weather data at a local weather station. Farmers receive an automatic payment when rainfall levels fall below or rise above pre-determined thresholds without the need to file a claim.
Establishing a valuable safety net to protect the educational livelihood of children, Opportunity International has announced the launch of EduSave.
Five years ago, when we started to scale up MicroEnsure, one of our core aims was to determine whether a microinsurance intermediary could be commercially viable.
When Joseph Nkenshen, a client of Women’s World Banking Ghana Savings and Loans Company Limited died, his family were able to benefit from MicroEnsure’s Savings-Linked Insurance product.
MicroEnsure is the main executing partner for an exciting primary health programme serving coffee farmers on Mount Kilimanjaro. This series tells the story of the lessons that are being learned from the programme.
MicroEnsure Asia is a joint venture between Telenor Group and MicroEnsure Holdings Limited.