The Munich Re Foundation and Microinsurance Network would like to encourage all those with new lessons learned around key areas of focus in the microinsurance sector to submit proposals for sharing their insights at the
The microinsurance sector has grown rapidly over the past 10 years and is expected to double by 2020, producing coverage for over 1 billion people. With it, this significant growth brings new and exciting innovations in products addressing health, agricultural, and property insurance, as well as new business models that find unique delivery methods to be sustainable.
The Microinsurance Network and Women’s World Banking have been delighted with the huge interest for the after work reception "Going beyond business", exploring opportunities and challenges in microinsurance for commercial insurers and impact investors, which took place in New York at White & Case on February 12, 2013. We were sorry we had to close registration early due to the event being oversubscribed.
The microinsurance sector, which has shown a rapid growth over the last 10 years, is expected to double by 2020, as governments, insurance companies and providers worldwide broaden the geographic scope and range of insurance services available to low-income people.
On June 5th, 2012, Princess Máxima of The Netherlands attended the international Access to Health Insurance congress 2012. This gathering, organized by the Prince Claus Curatorium, ISS, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, UNSGSA, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Rotterdam Global Health Initiative and the PharmAccess Foundation, attracted health practitioners, policy makers, financial experts, academics and consumer representatives from around the world.