Posted in Blog on Feb 23, 2021
Marie Stopes Society Pakistan has entered into a strategic collaboration with MicroEnsure to introduce a health care initiative under the Sehatyab Program for the women in low and middle-income communities of Karachi.
Posted in Blog on Dec 18, 2020
2020 is a year likely none of us will ever forget. Covid-19, social distancing, a world in quarantine, and....murder hornets?
It was a painful year to witness as the pandemic caused irreversible economic and social distress, as well as the loss of so many lives. As an insurance company, we did our best to buckle our bootstraps and take action to help those affected by covid-19. And we did that the best way we knew how – by providing people with the safety net that is insurance.
Coming into 2020, we had big plans. We had our AI working, we set up our new insurance company in Anguilla, and mos...
Posted in Blog on Nov 27, 2020
Once a source of beauty now a source of destruction. The eruption of Taal volcano in Southern Luzon, Philippines has been causing difficulties to the community surrounding it for weeks, starting January 12, displacing thousands of families and disrupting their normal living. Through its outreach fund and additional contributions from it's employees, the MicroEnsure Philippines team joined together in supporting the victims of the Taaleruption. The MicroEnsure employees donated to the Philippine Red Cross and Taytay sa Kauswagan Inc. (TSKI), two organizations that are conducting relief ...
Posted in Blog on Nov 25, 2020
MicroEnsure secures grant from UNCDF to provide free insurance to thousands of MSMEs in Ghana
Is there a triple threat insurance company?
Is it good to have a finger in many pies?
Social Impact, what is it and can we do it? Is it relevant to insurance? Is it separate to insurance? We are reading a lot about social good and social impact, this got me thinking about the role of the insurance industry and the many give back campaigns.
Creation of the world’s first global end to end digital platform to bring micro insurance to the unserved. There are millions of people and businesses who do not have insurance or a form of risk management to underpin their lives, we are here to support them and to deliver simple relevant insurance products.
Insurtech's will argue that they are changing the insurance world when in fact they are, in the main, sitting atop of existing carriers and deep rooted processes. They are adding style. Putting make up on an old face. Is this enough to convince a buyer to buy?
Zoom did not set out to allow your account to be hacked, I guess they just forgot. They have now allowed another 500,000 people to be introduced to the Dark Web.