The AMA Innovation Lab and ILO's Impact Insurance Facility as a part of the activities for the Global Action Network (GAN) hosted a conference between partners in the development sector to share knowledge on agricultural insurance in areas such as client and contract value, aggregation for building scale, and the roles government and public organizations play in building value, efficiency, and scale.
International Labour Office, Route des Morillons 4, 1202 Genève, Switzerland
As an activity of the Global Action Network (GAN), the AMA Innovation Lab and the International Labor Organization’s Impact Insurance Facility is convening a consortium of partners from the development sector to share knowledge on agriculture index insurance.
Hotel Fairview, Bishops Road, Nairobi 00100, Kenya
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