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

Kokumin Kyosai co-op (Japan)

“We are delighted and proud to support the ICMIF 5-5-5 Microinsurance Strategy because the ideal of the 5-5-5 Strategy has a great affinity with Kokumin Kyosai co-op’s mission statement “Towards a Safe and Affluent Society with Mutual Help”. We are absolutely confident that the 5-5-5 strategy and mutual help will make the world the better place".

Mr Yoshikazu Sato, Research and Public Relations Division, Kokumin Kyosai co-op

Kokumin Kyosai co-op, formerly known as Zenrosai until 1 June 2019, stands for the National Federation of Workers and Consumers Kyosai Cooperatives. Based on the cooperative principle, Kokumin Kyosai co-op provides insurance and mutual help for its members. Kokumin Kyosai co-op is a not-for-profit organisation, owned, managed and utilised by members who wish to protect themselves financially and improve their living standards. Founded on the "One for All and All for One" ideal of cooperatives, Kokumin Kyosai co-op is organised on the basis of person-to-person cooperation.

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