The following are categories of links related to microinsurance from various organizations all over the world and are intended to provide helpful information.
These sites are from a variety of different organizations such as insurers or consultant groups. Some sites provide basic information about microinsurance while others include large collections of case studies or other documents. Most of these sites have large resource databases that include articles relevant to microinsurance.
These sites link to insurers or reinsurers involved in microinsurance. Most of the companies have a section of their website designated for their microinsurance activities.
Sites with data on, resources for, or documents about agriculture and index insurance products. Sites with information about climate change and natural disasters in relation to microinsurance can be found here as well.
Sites located on the page link to organizations that deal with microinsurance policy. These sites include international organizations as well as country specific organizations, and the site includes organization that provide research to facilitate the regulation process.
These sites are organizations that commonly provide funding to various microinsurance initiaves such as market research, client value, product development, and many others.
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