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.
Pasig City—On March 28 2018, MiMAP (RIMANSI), together with Canadian regulatory experts Mr. Anatol Monid and Mr. Waqas Rana, facilitated the Philippines-Canada Learning and Sharing
Samar and Leyte—MiMAP (RIMANSI) led the development of microinsurance distributorship program for sari-sari store owners through the Insurance Savings and Loans Advocates (ISLA). Through this
Samar and Leyte—Sagip Negosyo made its official launch as part of the PREMIUM Caravan on January 23 of 2018 although product roll out had already
Insurance Commissioner Dennis B. Funa announced the results of the 2018 ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard (ACGS) assessment among 116 insurance companies and MBAs composed of
MANILA — On 22 January 2019 (TUESDAY), the Microinsurance MBA Association of the Philippines (MiMAP), also known as RIMANSI, organized the National Microinsurance Forum in
Mr. Jun Jay Perez, MiMAP (RIMANSI), sharing insights on sustaining partnership to the seven (7) Mi-MBA participants TACLOBAN — MiMAP (RIMANSI) held a Sustainability Planning Workshop
Participants from twelve (12) Mi-MBAs with Mr. Noel Gabrito, Insurance Savings Mobilization Advisor and MiMAP (RIMANSI) Team TACLOBAN — Pursuing its objective to promote greater
With its advocacy to improve member growth and retention of Microinsurance Mutual Benefit Associations (Mi-MBAs), RIMANSI with the support of Citi Foundation facilitated a peer
Four microinsurance products are on its way for implementation upon release of approved rules and regulations from the Insurance Commission. Low-cost life insurance to cover
A total of two hundred nineteen (219) CARD members and staff from varied provinces visited RIMANSI as one of the stops in their Lakbay-Aral to
RIMANSI, in cooperation with the Insurance Commission, held the second run of Governance and AMLA Workshop for 2017 last October 25-27 at Hotel Benilde, Manila.
Seventeen anti-fraud plans were formed together in a three-day writeshop organized by RIMANSI for the member Microinsurance MBAs last August 21-23 in Katipunan, Quezon City.
RIMANSI spearheaded implementation of new project funded by Folksam (Sweden) through International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation, leading toward the achievement of the 5-5-5 mutual
Citi Foundation awarded its second project grant to RIMANSI tailored to bank growth strategy of Microinsurance MBAs through development of new distribution channels. Building on
RIMANSI, through the support of Citi Foundation, conducted a Learning and Sharing Forum showcasing the key results of the 18-month project on Building Microinsurers Capacities