International Conference on Inclusive Insurance 2023
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    National Insurance Commission (NIC)

    The NIC was established by the Insurance Act, 2021 (Act 1061), which replaced Insurance Law, 1989 (P.N.D.C.L. 227). Its object is to ensure effective administration, supervision, regulation, monitoring and control of the business of insurance, to protect insurance policyholders and the insurance industry.

    The Ghana Insurers Association (GIA)

    The Ghana Insurers Association (GIA) is a prominent trade Association for all companies registered and licensed to transact insurance business in Ghana. It serves as the collective voice and representative body for insurance companies, reinsurers, and other entities operating in the insurance sector. Established to promote the growth, development, and regulation of the insurance industry, GIA plays a crucial role in shaping policies, fostering collaboration, and advocating for the interests of its members.

    Insurance Broker's Association of Ghana (IBAG)

    IBAG is the national voice of Insurance Brokers and an advocate for insurance consumers.  The Insurance Brokers Association of Ghana (IBAG) was inaugurated on the 27th of October 1988, with fifteen (15) licensed Broker Firms.  

    Munich Re Foundation (MRF)

    The Munich Re Foundation effectively supports people in risk situations and helps to avoid risks.   It stakes a claim to finding long-term solutions. Our aim is to prepare people to cope with risk and to improve their living conditions.

    Microinsurance Network (MiN)

    The MiN  is the only global multi-stakeholder platform of the microinsurance industry and experts, with some 80 institutional members from over 40 countries, committed to promoting the development and delivery of effective risk management tools, including insurance services, for unserved people.  

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    Access to Insurance Initiative (A2ii)

    A2ii is the "implementation arm" of the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) on Inclusive Insurance. It is a unique global partnership working to ensure that the world's excluded and underserved have access to insurance, allowing them to take control of their lives and reduce their vulnerability against risks.

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    Inclusive Development Forum  (IDF)

    The IDF is a public/private partnership led by the insurance industry and supported by international organisations. The IDF was first announced at the United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP21) Paris Climate summit in 2015 and was officially launched by leaders of the United Nations, the World Bank and the insurance industry in 2016.

    FSD Africa

    Established in 2012 and supported by UK aid, FSD Africa is a specialist development agency working to make finance work for Africa’s future.  FSD Africa is part of a family of 10 financial sector deepening, or FSD programmes, operating across sub-Saharan Africa, known as the FSD Network. Together, the network provides over £50m a year in financial support to high-potential financial market development programmes, and employs over 150 financial sector experts, based in local offices across Africa.

    FinProbity Solutions  

    FinProbity Solutions works with financial service providers to deliver innovative client centric solutions that meet the needs of diverse market segments. Clientele includes financial institutions and development organisations with a mandate to develop inclusive financial services markets.


    The GIZ  is a  German  development agency  headquartered in  Bonn  and  Eschborn  that provides services in the field of  international development cooperation.  As a service provider in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development and international education work, GIZ is dedicated to shaping a future worth living around the world.

    Grameen Crédit Agricole Foundation

    The Foundation’s mission is to  contribute to the fight against poverty and inequalities by promoting financial inclusion and social impact entrepreneurship. Investor, funder, technical assistance coordinator and fund advisor, the Foundation finances and supports microfinances institutions, enterprises and projects that promote inclusive finance and rural development around the world.

    International Finance Cooperation  IFC

    IFC is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector in developing countries. IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, advances economic development and improves the lives of people by encouraging the growth of the private sector in developing countries.

    The ILO’s Impact Insurance Facility  

    The ILO’s Impact Insurance Facility is enabling the insurance sector, governments, and their partners to embrace impact insurance to reduce households’ vulnerability, promote stronger enterprises and facilitate better public policies. The facility works intensively with governments, insurers and other stakeholders to strengthen insurance markets and embed insurance in strategies.

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    InsuResilience Investment Fund (IIF)

    The InsuResilience Investment Fund (IIF) promotes the development of climate risk insurance products by providing debt and equity, along with technical assistance, to qualified insurers, re-insurers and companies in the insurance value-chain in developing countries. The specific objective of the fund is to reduce the vulnerability of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME), as well as low-income households, to extreme weather events. Currently, there are two investments in Africa, five in Latin America, one in Central Asia, and one global investment.

    MicroInsurance Centre at Milliman

    Founded in 2000 by Michael J. McCord, the MicroInsurance Centre at Milliman (formerly the MicroInsurance Centre, LLC) has helped to drive microinsurance concepts, innovation, and quality. It is part of a growing sector that today provides financial risk management solutions to tens of millions of people worldwide.  

    Microinsurance Master  

    Microinsurance Master was founded by Bert Opdebeeck, in response to the need for a comprehensive accelerator programme for ambitious organisations and their leaders.

    Munich Re

    Munich Re  is a leading global provider of reinsurance, primary insurance and insurance-related risk solutions.


    PharmAccess focuses on the root causes that hamper health care financing and investments towards equitable and quality health care in sub-Saharan Africa. Working as an innovator and catalyst for pragmatic solutions that can be adopted, adapted, and scaled by partners.  The PharmAccess integrated approach addresses both the demand and supply side of the health care system and uses the opportunities that mobile technology and data provide to leapfrog development in health markets in sub-Saharan Africa.  

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    United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)  

    The UN Capital Development Fund makes public and private finance work for the poor in the world’s 46 least developed countries.  UNCDF offers “last mile” finance models that unlock public and private resources, especially at the domestic level, to reduce poverty and support local economic development.  

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    UNDP Insurance and Risk Finance Facility

    As the United Nations lead agency on international development, UNDP works in 170 countries and territories to eradicate poverty and reduce inequality.  The  UNDP Insurance and Risk Finance Facility  (IRFF) will  deliver  innovative protection  solutions in 50 developing countries by 2025. It supports the development of innovative insurance products and services that are aimed towards vulnerable people and communities while also investing in the long-term transformation of insurance markets.  


    For over 19 years, VisionFund has been committed to brighter futures for children where they can experience the love of Christ, building lives free of need and full of promise. Financial  services enable impoverished households to increase their incomes and then impact communities to increase economic activity, access clean water, education and healthcare, benefit from improvements to nutrition, and provide the foundations for local economies to flourish.