• Innovation

    Designing and formulating appropriate microinsurance products for the economically challenged sector.

  • Mutuality

    Promoting mutual assistance and sharing of resources, technology and information among stakeholders.

  • Self-Regulation

    Promoting and monitoring adherence to performance standards aligned with international best practices.

  • Connectivity

    Building the financial infrastructure for micro-insurance through research, education, and policy advocacy.

About Us

We are a microinsurance technical resource center established by leading microfinance institutions in the Philippines to promote universal risk protection for the socio-economically disadvantaged in the Asia and the Pacific.

Our Services

We engage in research and development activities in collaboration with other policy regulators and practitioners to further promote universal risk protection for socio-economically disadvantaged sector in Asia and the Pacific.

Our Advocacy

We provide assistance in developing customized risk management solutions to member-owned microinsurers.


A member of the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF), a global organization representing cooperative and mutual insurers from around the world.

  • RIMANSI Celebrates the 8th Year of National Microinsurance Month

    With the theme, ASEAN Integration Forum: Are Microinsurance MBAs Insulated?, RIMANSI celebrated the 8th Microinsurance Month. This is indeed a timely event back-to-back with the 66th Anniversary of the Philippine Insurance Commission—“a very important agency in the promotion and growth of microinsurance in the Philippines,” as Deputy Commissioner Florendo describes in his opening message. With a diverse set of speakers coming from different fields of expertise, organizations, and even from a global perspective—through the presence of leaders from Canadian credit unions which are principal donors of RIMANSI—the forum shed light on the opportunities, challenges, and competitive advantage and potential of microinsurance ...

    Posted at March 24, 2015 | By : | Categories : News and Updates | 0 Comment

  • Microinsurance MBAs’ Mutual Guarantee Fund

      In celebration of the 7th National Microinsurance Month, a Microinsurance Forum dubbed as “Staying True to the Mission: Mutual Microinsurers Leading the Way through Comprehensive Risk Protection” was held at the Insurance Commission last 29 January 2013. In full force, Microinsurance Mutual Benefit Associations (MI-MBAs) in the RIMANSI network graced the event together with representatives of the different international development agencies, insurance practitioners, academe, and the regulators. The forum, led by RIMANSI Organization for Asia and the Pacific (RIMANSI), a regional microinsurance technical resource center, brought together 14 licensed and regulated MI-MBAs to a Memorandum of Understanding for the establishment of ...

    Posted at February 8, 2013 | By : | Categories : News and Updates | 0 Comment

  • Funeral Care Program

      Pag-inupdanay, Inc. (PI) and QPI Mutual Benefit Association (QPI MBA), through the assistance of RIMANSI, establish the Funeral Care Program (FCP) that will provide affordable, relevant and comprehensive funeral plan and services to its member-clients. These funeral plans will be bought from St. Peter Life Plans, a funeral service provider. With a very affordable premium, the FCP benefits and services include wooden casket, retrieval of the remains from the place of death, embalming, viewing at available St. Peter chapels, and funeral transport to place of interment. The FCP was launched in PI and QPI MBA on November 30, 2012 and ...

    Posted at February 8, 2013 | By : | Categories : News and Updates | 0 Comment

  • Life Catastrophe Excess of Loss Reinsurance Treaty

      Life Catastrophe Excess of Loss Reinsurance Treaty(CatXOL) is a pooled reinsurance treaty designed and developed by RIMANSI in partnership with the National Reinsurance Corporation of the Philippines(NATRE). CatXOL works in each and every event if the ultimate net loss exceeds the minimum number of deaths that can be retained by the MI-MBA as defined in the contract. This covers the ...

    Posted at February 8, 2013 | By : | Categories : News and Updates | 0 Comment
  • Public-Private Partnership Towards Mainstreaming Microinsurance

      In 2008, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) launched the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), a poverty reduction and social development strategy that provides conditional cash grants to extremely poor households to help improve their health, nutrition, and education. The program is intended for poor families belonging to the top 20 poorest provinces in the country (set 1 and 2), and top 100 poorest municipalities (set 3) who have children 0-14 years old or with pregnant mothers. For set 1 areas, the program started in June 2008 and shall continue until 2013. For Set 2 areas, the ...

    Posted at May 10, 2011 | By : | Categories : News and Updates | 0 Comment
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