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  • NGO in Pipeline – USWAG Development Foundation looking to establish own MBA

    Kalibo, Aklan—In early 2018, the United Services and Welfare Assistance Group (USWAG) Development Foundation expressed their intent to form a new MBA to service potential clients in their area of operation at Kalibo, Aklan. Throughout the year, a series of organization profiling, market research, actuarial studies and joint development meetings were conducted to prepare USWAG for the process. At the beginning, an institutional profile was collected for evaluation and formal discussions with the board began. USWAG being a member of ...

    Posted at July 18, 2019 | By : | Categories : Newsletter | 0 Comment
  • Area Managers, Unit Managers, Account Officers, Microinsurance Supervisors and Coordinators of CARD MRI have orientations in preparation for Sagip Negosyo roll out

    Tacloban, Leyte—On 11 October 2018, fifty-one Area Managers, Unit Managers, Account Officers, Microinsurance Supervisors and Coordinators from CARD Mutually Reinforcing Institutions (CARD MRI) had an orientation and training session on Sagip Negosyo in preparation for the graduation of Cohort 03 beneficiaries. Among the fifty-one attendees, 57% were women. They had their orientation at the Ritz Tower de Leyte in Tacloban facilitated by MiMAP (RIMANSI) and CPMI. CARD microinsurance supervisors and coordinators learned about Sagip Negosyo in preparation of offering of Sagip Negosyo ...

    Posted at July 17, 2019 | By : | Categories : Newsletter | 0 Comment
  • 162 sari-sari store owners join the Palarong Sari-sari Sure during the second Microinsurance Roadshow

    Basey, Samar—On 9 August 2018, 162 store owners who became part of the PREMIUM Project joined the Microinsurance Roadshow: Palarong Sari-sari Sure at Christ is King Church in Barangay Buscada, Basey in Samar. Participating sari-sari store owners took part in games and activities to make for an engaging learning experience of the matters at hand. Firstly, sari-sari store owners were presented as microentrepreneurs who played an important socio-economic role in their respective communities. There was an emphasis on sari-sari stores acting as ...

    Posted at July 17, 2019 | By : | Categories : Newsletter | 0 Comment