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MILK Brief #26: The Business Case for Health Microinsurance in India: The Long and Winding Road to Scale and Sustainability (1849 Downloads) 06-04-2013 Download
MILK Brief #21- Colombian Life Microinsurance: An emerging success story (1639 Downloads) 05-10-2013 Download
Condensed MILK #21: Colombian Life Microinsurance: An emerging success story (895 Downloads) 05-01-2013 Download
MILK Brief #19: Microinsurance-only Multinational Intermediaries: The early years (1011 Downloads) 01-28-2013 Download
Condensed MILK #19: Microinsurance-only Multinational Intermediaries: The early years (770 Downloads) 01-01-2013 Download
MILK Brief #14: The Business Case for Life Microinsurance in the Philippines: Initial Findings (1087 Downloads) 10-08-2012 Download
Condensed MILK #14: The Business Case for Life Microinsurance in the Philippines: Initial Findings (671 Downloads) 10-01-2012 Download
A Business Case for Microinsurance: An Analysis of the Profitability of Microinsurance for Five Insurance Companies (Paper No. 11) (519 Downloads) 07-01-2011 Download
MILK Brief #3: Business Case Landscape Study (759 Downloads) 06-14-2011 Download
Is There a Business Case for Microinsurance? A review of recent literature (1889 Downloads) 04-23-2011 Download
Business Case Summary (715 Downloads) 04-18-2011 Download
MILK Brief #1: What is MILK? (1033 Downloads) 04-01-2011 Download
Agricultural Risk Management in Europe (713 Downloads) 01-01-2007 Download
Yeshasvini Trust, Karnataka, India - CGAP Working Group on Microinsurance Good and Bad Practices Case Study No. 20 (476 Downloads) 01-01-2006 Download
Technical Assistance for the Promotion of Microinsurance: The Experience of Opportunity International. CGAP Working Group on Microinsurance Good and Bad Practices Case Study No. 11 (486 Downloads) 06-06-2005 Download
MicroInsurance Centre Briefing Note #1: The Lure of MicroInsurance - Why MFIs Should Work with Insurers (580 Downloads) 01-01-2003 Download

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"I was stranded in New York City during the 2003 blackout, and for the next two years, I carried a small flashlight in my backpack. The flashlight did not cost much, but its potential to help in another blackout was obvious and to use it I needed only to press a button. For microinsurance to be accepted on a massive scale, it cannot cost much, its value must be obvious, and it must be simple to use." -- Brandon Matthews | Head of Microinsurance, Zurich Financial Services

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