RSBY is a state-managed national health insurance program designed to improve access to quality medical care for informal workers living below the poverty line in India. It was launched in April of 2008 and is now active across 26 India states.
Microcare was created out of the community-based health financing initiative in Uganda and had grown into the largest provider of group health insurance in the country, servicing workers in both the formal and informal sectors and operating in both urban and rural areas.
Since inception, CFC Life has provided insurance services to Kenyans and continues to write a wide range of life and health insurance products including ordinary life, group life, medical, pension and personal accident.
ADDO is a donor-supported initiative led by the Tanzanian Food and Drug Authority to train and license small, privately operated retail outlets in rural and poor areas to sell a set list of essential medicines, including selected prescription drugs.