Micro-Insurance to Benefit Tanzania's Poor

3.3 million people are covered by micro-insurance, a result of efforts that have been made to raise awareness among the poor, the Tanzanian Insurance Regulatory Authority CEO, Israel Kamuzora has said.
Photo: The Star

Resolution Health East Africa CEO Peter Nduati has expanded operations to Tanzania, tapping into the growing market (file photo).

  • Tanzania:  Insurance Meet Focuses On Low-Income

    Tanzania Daily News, 6 November 2012

    A RECENTLY published study on African microinsurance markets, shows that the number of low-income households benefiting from insurance services, has grown significantly in the last... read more »

  • Tanzania:  Insurance Industry Records Fastest Growth

    Tanzania Daily News, 6 November 2012

    TANZANIA has the fastest growing insurance market, recording a growth of 24 per cent, which is above an average of 15 per cent for most developing nations.read more »

  • Tanzania:  Mass Ignorance Hampers Insurance Industry Growth

    Tanzania Daily News, 5 November 2012

    TANZANIA'S insurance penetration is the lowest among the big three East African Community (EAC) member states at less than 1.0 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP).read more »

  • East Africa:  Health Insurer Expands Market

    Tanzania Daily News, 1 November 2012

    RESOLUTION Insurance, a health insurer, has made possible for its clients to receive health services across East African Community (EAC) hassle free, thanks to technology... read more »

  • Tanzania:  Capital to Host Major Insurance Meet

    Tanzania Daily News, 31 October 2012

    TANZANIA will next week host the 8th International Microinsurance Conference in Dar es Salaam, the industry regulator announced.read more »

  • Tanzania:  Local Insurer to Offer Comprehensive Benefit

    Tanzania Daily News, 30 October 2012

    AFRICAN Life Assurance has launched a new policy that offers a comprehensive benefit set and caters for middle to high income earners.read more »