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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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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 on her maize farm When making the decision to purchase crop insurance, one of the topmost questions in a farmer’s mind is “does insurance really work? In the event of a catastrophe, will insurance really pay me?” Read...

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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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  When powerful earthquakes rocked New Zealand and Haiti in 2010, each measuring 7.0 magnitude, very different dramas unfolded: New Zealand, though hit hard, was able to start recovering relatively quickly; Haiti, meanwhile, was brought to its knees. One...

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Acre Africa was launched after the successful Kilimo Salama project. Listen to Jeniffer’s testimonial.

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Global 13 Climate Action

We support the #GlogalGoals. Climate Action is about strengthening resilience and adaptive capacity to climate-related hazards and natural disasters in all countries.

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Her Majesty Queen Máxima of the Netherlands quotes Kilimo Salama (Now Acre Africa) as an example for micro-insurance programs [embedyt]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ny-hIi3yOyc&feature=share &width=620&height=250[/embedyt]

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Edward and Pauline Mkopi grow maize and sunflower on 15 acres in Kitale, Trans Nzoia County, Kenya. In the past, the Mkopis would do everything in their power to ensure a bountiful harvest of both maize and sunflower; but...

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