MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: Indian Microinsurer Vimo SEWA to Advise Implementation of Namibian Microinsurance System

Vimo SEWA, an Indian insurance cooperative owned and run by women working in the informal sector, will be advising the implementation of a similar microinsurance program in Namibia [1]. The effort is part of the Namibian government’s Vision 2030 initiative, a series of developmental policy goals enacted in 2004 to be achieved by the year 2030 [2]. As part of Vision 2030, the Namibian government has demonstrated commitment to other forms of social insurance by enacting monthly pensions to elderly and disabled citizens [1]. Additionally, the Namibian government is funding Vimo SEWA during the advisory process [1].

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