The Project will support the development of the microinsurance sector, with microfinance NGOs as key stakeholders. The objective of the grant Project is to protect the livelihoods of poor households, especially women, from risks such as accidents, illness, theft, or natural disasters-to secure their welfare and productive or nonproductive assets through the development of low-cost inclusive insurance services (microinsurance).
The Project has four components:
(i) Component A: Market Assessment and Product Development,
(ii) Component B: Strengthening Policy, Legal, and Regulatory Framework,
(iii) Component C: Awareness Creation and Capacity Development, and
(iv) Component D: Microinsurance Pilot Scheme
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|Developing Inclusive Insurance Sector Project||Nov 2008|
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