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George Kuria ACRE Africa CEO

ACRE Africa is pleased to announce the appointment of George Kuria as Chief Executive Officer, effective January 2019. George joins ACRE from Sanlam, where he was Chief Executive Officer of General Insurance. He brings over 18 years’ experience in...

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ACRE Africa was privileged to win the award for this year’s ‘Seed Project at the HEC  Paris, OCP Award’ for Kenyan start-ups. Our Head of Business Development, Wairimu Muthike received the award on our behalf. We are committed to...

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The Microinsurance Network has just released the State of Microinsurance 2017. In this third edition of the journal, the MiN takes a closer look at microinsurance solutions for climate change, focusing on pioneering ideas in the way microinsurance is being designed...

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We answer your questions about livestock insurance below: I am interested in livestock insurance. What next? Please get in touch with us through Phone Number:               0719 249 615     Email:  enquiries@acreafrica.com  Find us on Facebook: ACRE Africa We will contact you...

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ACRE Africa and KALRO sign MoU to provide Farmers with Insurance

Rahab Kariuki ACRE Africa Managing Director, and Dr. Eliud Kiplimo Kireger, Director General KALRO sign the MoU. On the extreme right is Dr. Felister Wambugha Makini Deputy Director General [Crops]), KALRO February 23 2017, KALRO Headquarters Kaptagat Rd, Loresho,...

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One of the key questions we encounter in our business is If something happens to my cow, will I really get a payout? Henry Ochula, a farmer from Lukhuna location, Bungoma county had these same questions when he insured...

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“When my cow unexpectedly died, I mourned as if it were my relative. Every time I think about its death, I choke on tears. If only I had insurance, I kept thinking. Then I would have gotten another one...

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I was initially skeptical.

Thirty-six year-old Habyarabatuma Phocas lives with his wife and four children in Kamonyi District, Southern Rwanda. A smallholder farmer by trade, he grows maize on a 2.5-acre plot. Habyarabatuma understands the growing threat of extreme weather all too well,...

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The Insurance Works!

Jacinta

Jacinta on her maize farm “When the money came through my phone via M-Pesa[1], I was sure it was a mistake! In fact, I was sure someone had erroneously sent me money. So I waited for the sender to...

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Good Morning Ladies and Gentlemen, I am delighted to see you assembled here in Rotterdam. As scholars, policymakers, practitioners, entrepreneurs and representatives of international development organizations, you are really joining forces in moving the climate change adaptation agenda forward....

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