The Landscape of Microinsurance in Africa 2012 - Full Study
This landscape study aims to describe the current state of, and recent trends in, microinsurance in Africa. A total of 214 respondents from 39 countries where microinsurance was identified provided data for 511 providers and 598 products. The study identifies gaps in access to and the supply of microinsurance, as well as key bottlenecks to sustainable expansion of the sector. Its ultimate goal is to help industry stakeholders – insurers, delivery channels, policy makers, regulators, donors and others – identify areas for improvements that will eventually lead to better products and services for low-income clients.
|File Name:||The Landscape of MI in Africa 2012 full study.pdf|
|Author:||Michael J. McCord, Roland Steinmann, Clémence Tatin-Jaleran, Molly Ingram, and Mariah Mateo|
|Publisher:||Munich Re Foundation, GIZ-Program Promoting Financial Sector Dialogue in Africa: “Making Finance Work for Africa”|