Vietnam is a developing country which has more than 60 million people living in the countryside with low-incomes and facing any type of risks. Access to insurance products is low due to the high cost of premium and complexity of the products. Insurance companies have difficulties selling microinsurance with low tariff due to the high cost of delivery and operations. Although there is no legal framework on microinsurance, those companies follow the Law on insurance business in Vietnam.
Above the two briefing notes: Delivering Microinsurance through the Vietnam Community Finance Resource Center: Regulation in Pilot Testing and Delivering Microinsurance to Women by Viet Nam Women’s Union: The Role of Regulation in Pilot Testing.
GIZ-RFPI Asia for the MEFIN Network, Vietnam Ministry of Finance Insurance Supervisory Authority and Women’s Union.
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