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 THE DEMAND FOR PRIVATE COMMERCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE IN UGANDA: A CASE STUDY OF KAMPALA CITY

Prof. Basaza                                                        .

 By Robert Basaza (Prof), Angela N. Kawooya,   Dan Musiime, Elizabeth Kyasimiire,  Prossy K.Namyalo

 ABSTRACT

 This study investigated the demand for Private Commercial Health Insurance (PCHI) plans in Kampala, Uganda. It builds on a similar study: “To enrol or not to enrol?” A qualitative investigation of demand for health insurance in rural West Africa” published in “Social Science and Medicine (De Allegri, 2005). There are no elaborate studies on enrollment, quality of care, trust and income on private commercial health insurance in Uganda.

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ISLAMIC INSURANCE AND ITS APPLICABILITY IN UGANDA: ASSESSING INSTITUTIONAL STAKEHOLDER READINESS TOWARDS ADOPTION

Yusuf Kateregga                                       .

By Yusuf Katerega and Lujja Sulaiman (PhD)

 ABSTRACT

 

Takaful is a participatory form of insurance based on risk sharing and mutual Cooperation other than the transfer of risk to a third party. Specific religious denominations have reservations in regard to conventional insurance, but Islamic insurance given its mutuality concept and explicit ethical structure is acceptable to both Muslims and non-Muslims.

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THE DEMAND FOR AGRICULTURAL INSURANCE IN UGANDA:

 POLICY IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPING ECONOMY

Barbra Wanyana                                    .

 By Barbara Wanyana

 ABSTRACT

Agriculture constitutes 80% of the population’s major economic activity in Uganda and accounts for 26% of the GDP with most of the farmers engaged in crop production using rudimentary methods (MAAF 2015, UBOS 2016).

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MORAL SENSITIVITY AND PERCEIVED ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR OF INSURANCE AGENTS

 

George William Mugerwa                                  .

By George William Mugerwa

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The study sought to investigate the relationship between Moral Sensitivity and Ethical Behaviour among Insurance Agents in Uganda. The study was guided by the following four objectives; to examine the moral of insurance agents in Uganda, to assess the relationship between moral sensitivity and ethical behaviour, to examine moderating effect of perceived behavioral control and ethical behaviour, and to assess the relationship between moral sensitivity and ethical behaviour.

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EXAMINING THE FACTORS INFLUENCING DEMAND FOR MICROINSURANCE IN UGANDA 

Fred Iga Luganda                                              .

By Fred Iga Luganda

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Insurance for the poor, called micro insurance has recently drawn attention of practitioners in developing countries. The main reason behind micro insurance is that, most households have been excluded from existing formal insurance schemes. Most of the formal insurers have not engaged closely with informal establishment and rural households; making the excluded group lack access to empowerment and capacity to effectively engage in formal insurance offering.

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