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

JCIF (Japan)

"We decided to support the ICMIF 5-5-5 because we support the objectives to bring stability to livelihoods of uninsured low-income households and to help them to prepare for risks in their daily lives, and we would like to strengthen partnerships with other international organisations."

Kaori Kobayashi, Public Relations, Information and Communication Division, Japan CO-OP Insurance Consumers' Co-operative Federation (JCIF)

JCIF (Japan CO-OP Insurance Consumers' Co-operative Federation) is a federation of 152 consumer cooperative societies from across the nation with 8.68 million policyholders nationwide (as of 20 March 2017). Through CO-OP Insurance and the mutual assistance of CO-OP members, JCIF aims to help improve livelihoods of members, develop consumers’ co-operatives, promote the cooperative movement and enrich our society, focusing on covering economic loss caused by various risks in members’ livelihoods.

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