Partners

Our business model is based on collaboration and partnership. Some of our partners provide financial support, others collaborate actively with us on joint programmes, and some do both. We gratefully acknowledge all of their support: together, we can.

Through the Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs – Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs and the Ministry of Finance, the Government of Luxembourg has provided the Secretariat’s core funding since our inception as an independent NGO in 2012 through successive framework agreements.
Munich Re Foundation has worked with us since 2004 and launched the International Microinsurance Conference (IMC) in 2005 in cooperation with the CGAP Working Group on Microinsurance. Today, the Microinsurance Network is proud to be recognised as a co-organiser of the IMC. We also acknowledge Munich Re Foundation’s generous support as a sponsor and co-publisher of the Landscape Studies and the World Map of Microinsurance.
Our Consultative Forums are co-funded by and implemented in partnership with Access to Insurance Initiative (A2ii) and the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS). A2ii itself is funded and housed by GIZ (then GTZ), which was a founding member of the original CGAP Working Group on Microinsurance, through Gaby Ramm, who remains committed to our vision and continues to be an engaged member of the Network.
In addition to the Consultative Forums, the IAIS, which is housed at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), supports the Secretariat through our membership of the Financial Inclusion Working Group.
UN Environment’s Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative and the Microinsurance Network have joined forces to help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In August 2017, the Microinsurance Network became a UNEP/PSI Supporting Institution.
The Microinsurance Network is an affiliated member of the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI), where it is a member of the SME Finance and Financial Consumer Protection and Financial Literacy subgroups.

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