Tanzania access to insurance

Tanzania access to insurance

November 7, 2012    

This series of documents brings together research and analysis on the country context, demand, supply and regulatory framework for insurance in Tanzania. It includes a series of eight documents, consisting of one headline findings document and seven input documents, each focusing on a specific thematic area that build ups the evidence base for the headline findings.

The headline document summarises the main findings of the diagnostic study across all subsequent documents, then concludes on market potential and opportunities, the challenges to be overcome and the strategic imperatives to unlock such potential.

 


Download the headline findings document (1/8) Size 1mb
Download the context document (2/8) Size 602kb
Download the insurance uptake document (3/8) Size 591kb
Download the insurance industry trends document (4/8) Size 703mb
Download the product and distribution landscape document (5/8) Size 1,001kb
Download the health insurance dynamics document (6/8) Size 739kb
Download the regulatory framework document (7/8) Size 1,009kb
Download the understanding client needs document (8/8) Size 772kb
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