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MicroEnsure and One Acre Fund have pioneered innovative funeral and health insurance solutions for Farmers in rural Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.

Through this collaboration, One Acre Fund can offer affordable, easy to understand insurance products, where enrolment is simple and claims are paid quickly. The under-served rural Farmer can now assess affordable needs-based insurance with ease. Mary Misigo is one of about 1 million Farmers and families receiving asset-based loans, training, delivery and market facilitation services […]


Opportunity International Savings and Loans Limited settles another case upon death of a Borrower

56-year old Mohammed Eshun, a driver and leader of a group of drivers, took a loan  of GHS 30,000 (USD 5,829) from the Tema branch of Opportunity International to purchase a vehicle. Being the Group Lead, the loan was disbursed to his account. Mohammed fell ill whilst battling acute coronary syndrome and severe hypertension and […]


Opportunity International Savings and Loans Limited provides settlement on the death of a Borrower

On 21st November 2017, 66-year old Issah Addo Djangmah took a loan of GHS 3,500 (USD 648) from the Tema branch of Opportunity International Savings and Loans Limited to expand his electrical materials and paint business.   Sadly, Issa fell sick and died shortly after. Daniel, his son, said he was initially against his Father taking […]


Customer Stories

Portrait of an African Lady. Rauya, Moshi, Tanzania

Adedoyin Adeyemi Adetayo

On 11 May 2015, Adedoyin Adeyemi Adetayo received an SMS notification from Airtel requesting her to register for Airtel Insurance via *259#. As a result, she went to the Airtel shop in Ilupeju to find out more.

At the Ilupeju Airtel shop she met with a MicroEnsure Engagement Officer who gave her more information and enrolled her on the policy.

Adedoyin was at her shop on 13 July 2015 when she started feeling feverish, so visited the Doctor at Agege General Hospital, Orile Agege. At the hospital, she was diagnosed with chronic malaria and was immediately placed on admission. Following treatment, she was discharged on 17 July 2015.

After being discharged, she visited the Ilupeju Airtel shop to submit her documents for a claim request and on 25 August 2015, she received a call from MicroEnsure asking her to pick up her claims benefit cheque of twenty five thousand Naira (N25, 000).

Adedoyin intends to put the money she received back into her business, and she thanked all the partners that put together Airtel Insurance for making it happen.

To be part of the Airtel Insurance Family, simply register simply by dialling *259#.