The microinsurance market is expanding rapidly, with coverage in force for an estimated 500 million worldwide, according to the Microinsurance Innovation Facility of the International Labour Organization and the Munich Re Foundation.

Microinsurance is designed to protect underserved or poor people against risks related to accidents, illnesses, death, natural disasters and property losses—in exchange for premium payments tailored to their preferences and capacity to pay.

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