Microinsurance development in Zambia: A market and regulatory analysis

Microinsurance development in Zambia: A market and regulatory analysis

28 July, 2009    

This 2009 study considers the opportunities and challenges for microinsurance development in Zambia. It develops a comprehensive understanding of the market on which strategies for the development of microinsurance in Zambia could be based. The analysis included a review of the demand-side, supply-side and regulatory dimensions of the microinsurance market in Zambia, including the relevant socio-economic and financial sector context.


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