Briefing Note #33: Making public–private partnerships work in insurance
Insurance is an effective mechanism to complement or extend social protection schemes. By using insurance mechanisms and the insurance industry, governments can achieve various public policy objectives, such as improved food security and universal health coverage. Effective public-private partnerships (PPPs) can achieve scale and improve the quality of social protection programmes by leveraging the skills and resources of the partners. This brief presents ten recommendations that governments and insurers should follow when designing and implementing a PPP in insurance.