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.
Twenty-seven microinsurance coordinators (MICs) and microinsurance supervisors (MISs) were oriented on Sagip Negosyo product and procedures in subsequent forums held in Calbayog and Basey, Samar
RIMANSI, with the support of Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA), conducted a three-day Training of Trainers on Effective Presentation last July 18-20. The training aimed to
The Microinsurance MBA Association of the Philippines (RIMANSI) held the 2018 National Microinsurance Forum, in conjunction with National Microinsurance Month last January 25 at the
For Immediate Release Citigroup Inc. (NYSE: C) March 14, 2018 (L-R) Citi Philippines CEO Aftab Ahmed, Rimansi president Pelagia Mendiones, Insurance Commissioner Dennis Funa, Canadian
In a bid to further promote financial inclusion, the Microinsurance MBA Association of the Philippines, Inc. (RIMANSI) conducted a Learning and Sharing Forum last November
Microinsurance is a mechanism to protect the health and livelihoods of low-income households against risks such as accident, illness and property loss. Insurance Premiums are
In celebration of National Microinsurance Month, the Microinsurance MBA Association of the Philippines (RIMANSI), hosted its annual forum and formally launched its partnership with Citi Foundation and Citi Philippines.
In partnership with Citi Foundation, RIMANSI recently launched Building Microinsurers’ Capacities for Greater Financial Inclusion.
Representatives from MBA beneficiaries signed a Memorandum of Agreement on the project, Building Microinsurers’ Capacities for Greater Financial Inclusion.
Representatives from the Asia and Oceania Association (AOA) of the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation (ICMIF) participated in a three-day study visit in the Philippines through CARD MBA from August 1 to 3, 2016.
The Microinsurance MBA Association of the Philippines, Inc. (Mi-MAP), in cooperation with the Insurance Commission (IC), held the Governance and AMLA Workshop 2016, participated in by the representatives of the new Board and management of different MBAs.
Mi-MAP conducted a learning session and workshop to further expound on the relevance of the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Framework to Microinsurance Mutual Benefit Associations
Mr. Terence Narine, a volunteer technical advisor from the Canadian Cooperative Association (CCA), carried out his study visit in the Philippines on September 11–23, 2016.This
Mi-MAP Executive Director, Mr. Jun Jay Perez, introduced the Microinsurance Mutual Benefit Association (Mi-MBA) model of the Philippines at the International Forum for Sustainable Asia