Country of Operation
Target income level
- Bottom 20%
- Lower-middle income (20-40%)
- Middle-income (40-60%)
SummaryThe Afya Milele health insurance plans through East Africa Insurance Brokers Ltd. provides affordable medical insurance cover to lower and middle class Kenyans.
Most Lower and middle class Kenyans cannot afford expensive treatments for healthcare, especially chronic diseases and specialized HIV/AIDS treatment. East Africa Insurance Brokers believe that every individual is entitled to health coverage, an increasingly fundamental need in everyday life.
Key program components
The insurance provided by the Afya Milele Halisi card can cover up to 4 members of a family for as little as Kshs. 35/- per day. Subscribers can pay either monthly or annually and can pay their premiums using mobile money transfers, cash transfers or bank transfers. The insurance provides a cover of between Kshs. 50,000 and Kshs. 300,000 for:
- Maternity costs
- All doctors' fees
- Bed & meal charges
- X-ray & laboratory costs
- All prescribed drugs & dressing
- Intensive care unit (ICU) charges
- High dependency unit (HDU) charges
- Treatment of chronic & pre-existing medical conditions
- HIV & AIDS
One must be a registered and contributing member of National Hospital Insurance Fund to enroll.
Revenue Sources: Membership/subscription fees
Each year, over 150 million people suffer financial catastrophe and another 100 million people are push
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