Extending mutual microinsurance to 5 million uninsured households in five countries over five years.

Our impact

Putting members at the centre of governance

The Philippines
The CARD MBA Board of Trustees are elected by fellow CARD MBA members. The Board has a vital function in ensuring that the association continues in its planned direction of promoting microinsurance to everyone, and especially to the homes of the most...

Claim payment enabled widow to fund childrens’ education

The Philippines
Mr Ronaldo Joson of San Miguel, Bulacan, was an active member of ASKI MBA for almost four years. On the evening of 6 August 2016, he unexpectedly suffered a heart attack and later died. His wife, Mrs Joson (pictured), was understandably shocked. On 10...

ICMIF member K-MBA provides more than insurance

The Philippines
A number of Kasagana-Ka Development Center, Inc (KDCI) and Kasagana-Ka Mutual Benefit Association (K-MBA) members’ children have been participating in the Kuya Jun Scholarship Program (KJSP), which was launched in 2007. This scholarship programme has...

Claim paid to Mr Guzman enabled family to open local store

The Philippines
Mr Ramil de Guzman, 27 years old, is the son of a deceased member of Kasagana-Ka MBA, Inc (K-MBA). His mother was an active K-MBA member, and when she passed away the family received payment of their claim by K-MBA. Ramil de Guzman explains, “The...

Mrs Raut benefits from discounts on medicines

India
 “I am a diabetic and spend around INR 1500 (USD 23) per month on medicines. The out of pocket expense on medicines is a huge burden on my family. During my last visit to the Uplift run community clinic, I was informed that they have started offering...

"I am very grateful to ASKI because they really help their clients in times of trouble”

The Philippines
In 2016, Mrs Joson received PHP 120,000 (approximately USD 2,500) from her late husband’s life insurance policy, which has enabled her to continue his business and fund the education of her two children.

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