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Micro-insurance schemes are built to cover people excluded from statutory social security, notably the workers in the informal economy and their families. Micro-insurance schemes are most often initiated and operated by organizations of civil society such as trade unions, NGOs, micro-finance institutions (MFIs), cooperatives, community based organizations and mutual health organizations.
The risks our customers face each day can easily result in them falling into poverty; MicroEnsure products act as a safety net for the most vulnerable, to stop this from happening. MicroEnsure creates, distributes and operates products that help uninsured people in emerging markets to mitigate the risks they face each day.
The Microinsurance Catastrophe Risk Organization (MiCRO) is a specialty reinsurance company that works with key partners to provide index-based business interruption insurance to low-income populations. We bridge the divide between the world’s insurance markets and the most vulnerable populations, overcoming barriers that keep low-income populations, including smallholder farmers and microentrepreneurs, from accessing the risk protection that they need, at a price they can afford.
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