Increasing access to health insurance

SHOPS Plus is working with Edgepoint, Jubilee Insurance, and Vodacom to scale up a mobile phone-enabled private health insurance product, Jamii. It targets low-income households, including people living with HIV. Jamii provides benefits to offset costs associated with a hospitalization and offers limited benefits for outpatient care, as a complement to government-sponsored schemes.

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