We are a consulting firm dedicated to generating access to valuable microinsurance products for 3 billion low-income people across the globe.
We accomplish this by working with regulated insurers and appropriate delivery channels, who efficiently provide simple, market responsive microinsurance products. Our clients include commercial insurers, foundations, bi- and multi-lateral development agencies, regulators, NGOs and others. These organizations work with us to ensure the best potential for success with their microinsurance activities. Our work with clients includes various aspects of microinsurance from product development and training to research and advocacy. Our team has implemented microinsurance activities in over 60 countries over the last sixteen years. If you’d like to learn more about what we do visit the About Us section.
At the end of April, LeapFrog Labs hosted the first of several “Knowledge Sharing” workshops. The inaugural, three-day workshop was developed and facilitated by the MicroInsurance Centre and brought LeapFrog investees together in Accra, Ghana. The three days of presentation, discussion, and problem solving leveraged the diversity of the LeapFrog portfolio to help accelerate the difficult learnings that take place in the pursuit of rural and low-income distribution. Prior to facilitating the interactive workshop, the MicroInsurance Centre conducted preliminary interviews with participants in order to tailor the sessions to their specific needs. As follow-up to the workshop there will also be on-site technical assistance visits to those investees wishing the assistance. Anonymous reviews that have been collected since the event have been very positive. Read the blog post regarding this event on LeapFrog’s website.
Microinsurance: does it pay off for the poor? Read an answer by MILK's client value project manager Barbara Magnoni, posted on the guardian.
The full study of the Landscape of Microinsurance in Africa 2012 is now available!
MILK Project Spanish documents featured on Fasecolda's site! Click here to view.
MILK Project's latest Client Math Study in Cambodia featured on the Enterprise Challenge Fund website!