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Landscape 2024: call for in-country consultants

Landscape 2024: call for in-country consultants

The Landscape Studies and the data they generate provide a unique benchmark for tracking the uptake of inclusive insurance and microinsurance by low-income people around the world. Access to data generates market knowledge and development, furthers best practice, and leads to better products and services. To support the development of the sector, viable and accessible data is needed. The Landscape Studies address this need by supporting regional studies and an online database. The 2024 Landscape of Microinsurance Study will cover at least 39 countries in Africa, Emerging Asia and the Pacific, and Latin America (including the Caribbean).

We are urgently seeking in-country consultants to support primary data collection in the following countries:

Africa: Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Morocco, Senegal, Togo

Asia: Thailand and Vietnam

Scope of work:

Each researcher will liaise with identified providers of inclusive insurance to complete our 2024 questionnaire. Please note that in many cases this will require contacting the respondents several times. The work will take place in April, May and June 2024.

Remuneration is on a lump sum basis (averaging between €1000-2000) that takes the level of effort required into account.

Recommended skills and experience:

  • Familiarity with microinsurance concepts
  • Existing relationships within national insurance ecosystem
  • Sufficiently proficient in Excel (for data entry)
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Self-motivated, proactive, and organised
  • Attention to detail
  • Good internet connection
  • Reliable

This opportunity is particularly suitable for actuaries or similar, or students in finance, economics, or a related field with the ability to conduct interviews.

To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to sorozco@microinsurancenetwork.org with the subject heading: “Landscape 2024 – External Collaboration” as soon as possible.

Learn more about the Landscape Study