The government and the private sector work together with microinsurance mutual benefit associations to bring microinsurance to millions of Filipinos.
In these challenging times brought on by the pandemic, microinsurance has become an important lifeline for Filipinos with low income and limited access to mainstream insurance services. Microinsurance has come a long way in the Philippines, from a coverage of less than three million low-income Filipinos in 2007, the number has surged to 40 million individuals in 2019.
Lucena—From August 16 to 17, MiMAP (RIMANSI) organized and facilitated a Management Forum for 66 attendees from 14 Mi-MBAs at the St. Jude Cooperative Hotel
Mandaluyong—From July 25-27 2018, MiMAP (RIMANSI) conducted the Leadership Training Workshop for Mi-MBAs at the Lancaster Hotel in Mandaluyong City. 34 participants from 10 Mi-MBAs
Agusan del Sur—From July 2-6, MiMAP (RIMANSI) conducted a strategic planning and work planning sessions with People’s Bank of Caraga MBA (PBC MBA) as part
Manila—On July 3, 2018, the MBA technical working group and sub-working groups met with the Insurance Commission to lobby for the exemption of Mi-MBAs in
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
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
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
Pasig—From January to June 2018, MiMAP (RIMANSI) facilitated ten Lakbay Aral sessions for 10 groups (a total of 197 CARD staff and members) of selected CARD Center
Manila—RIMANSI held the first run of the Governance and AMLA workshop for 2018 on May 29 to 31 at Hotel Benilde, Manila. Seventeen new Board,
Manila—RIMANSI started 2018 with a dialogue meeting with the Insurance Commission on January 11, 2018. Participating in the meeting were RIMANSI board and management, and
Early in 2018, MiMAP (RIMANSI) conducted planning workshops and project monitoring for several Mi-MBAs as part of the market expansion projects funded by Citi Foundation
Tacloban—On May 24 2018, MiMAP (RIMANSI) conducted the Insurance Forum: Risk Protection Strategy for Business Resiliency at Hotel XYZ in Tacloban, Leyte. MiMAP organized the