As Diaspora Insurance we pride ourselves in providing specialist and bespoke insurance products to transnational citizens otherwise called Expatriates or Diasporans. Diaspora Insurance is a global company that provides a global service to meet our clients’ needs all over the world.
It is possible to pay premiums from anywhere in the world. As part of treating our customers fairly Diaspora Insurance has different ways that our clients can use to Honour their payments depending on their location. Below is a list of the payment options that we have:
Recurring Card payments
The recurring card payment option is available to Mastercard… Read More
Suicide is defined as death caused by self-directed injurious behavior’s with the intent to die as a result of the behavior’s as defined by Institute of National Mental Healthy.
A suicide clause is a provision in most insurance policies that states that the policy will be void if the policyholder commits suicide within a specified period following the policy start date. This period is usually two years. The Diaspora Funeral Cash Plan policy excludes any claim arising as a result of suicide (whether sane or insane) during the first 24 (twenty-four) calendar months from the date of commencement or reinstatement… Read More
team4dfiWith the times that we are in, and people are suffering from depression, why is your waiting period for suicide death, 24 months.
For many Kenyans living in the diaspora, life is characterized by a daily struggle. Life in the diaspora can be hard because people have to adapt to new and strange cultures, deal with language barriers and cultural differences, and deal with homesickness and economic struggles. Despite this, Kenyans living abroad have found ways to retain their culture while navigating through the various complexities of life in a foreign country.
When you don’t have a supportive community nearby, living in the diaspora can be a lonely and depressing experience. It’s difficult to find anything that brings joy and optimism in this… Read More
team4dfiDay in the Life: The Challenges of Kenyans Living in the Diaspora.
“Close your eyes and try to calculate 35 squared.” These were the opening remarks from Anne Petals, one of the key speakers to the guests that attended the Fanaka Foundation Gala Dinner. Many people struggled to carry out the calculation. This is how blind children struggle to learn in Kenya, she remarked.
Last Saturday the 19th of November was a gala dinner hosted by Wambui Njau, the CEO and founder of Fanaka Foundation. The dinner was held in St Albans, United Kingdom. Fanaka Foundation is a charitable organisation that supports blind and visually impaired children in Kenya through the provision… Read More
team4dfiDiaspora Insurance takes part in Fanaka Foundation Gala in the UK
On October 8, Miritonia held a fundraising dinner in Arendok, Belgium with proceeds going towards disadvantaged children in Kenya.
Miritonia is a Belgian based charity that helps the disadvantaged kids in Kenya with school fees and educational material.
In the last two years they have provided support to rural farmers during the Covid-19 pandemic that threatened people’s livelihoods.
The charity is run by a couple, Hellen and Marco Muthoni.
Diaspora Insurance sponsors Miritonia, as part of our corporate social responsibility, assistance that the organisers of the event are forever grateful for.
Our executive director Dr Sibert Mandega attended the fundraising… Read More
Hellen Wendy Mabuto died while live streaming from a hotel pool.
Like many in their early 20s, Helen Wendy would often connect with friends and family online. She was a very outgoing girl, hard-working, and passionate. She really liked working with the seniors.
The 24-year old personal support worker drowned while live streaming herself swimming in a Chatsworth motel pool two weeks ago in Canada. Helen, who lived in Toronto, was working at this long-term care home southwest of Owen Sound and had been staying at Key Motel. In the video, the woman cries for help less than 10 minutes… Read More
team4dfiDiaspora Insurance Mourns The Loss Of Hellen Wendy Nyabuto
Kenyan Women in Germany (KWIG) on September 3 hosted their annual networking event headline sponsored by Diaspora Insurance.
The event held in Mainz, Germany, was attended by hundreds of guests including Kenyan Ambassador to Germany, His Excellence Tom Amolo.
KWIG was founded by Jacky Kuhn to create a community for Kenyan women building lives in Germany after moving from their home country and provides them with social, economical, emotional and professional support. The organisation now has over 2 000 members and also caters for men and other nationalities.
KWIG tackles wide ranging issues affecting African women in the diaspora like… Read More
team4dfiImages: Kenyan Women in Germany (KWIG) annual networking event
Kenyans in the diaspora on August 27 came together at the 9th edition of the Kenyan Barbecue Paris.
The networking event organised by Paris BBQ Committee was sponsored by Diaspora Insurance and held at the Le Seine River on Paris outskirts.
Kenyans came out in their numbers with officials from the Kenyan High Commission in France also in attendance.
Individuals and companies marketed and sold their products.
Diaspora Insurance was in attendance and represented by Executive Director Dr Sibert Mandega who shared with guests the advantages of insurance products offered particularly to Africans living and working in the diaspora.
The… Read More
team4dfiDiasporans meet up at Kenyans Barbecue Paris
African diasporans on Saturday flocked to the Kenyans in Reading Family Fun Day sponsored by Diaspora Insurance.
The event brought together hundreds of Kenyans, Tanzanians, Ugandans, Malawians, Zambians and Zimbabweans across the United Kingdom.
Guests enjoyed sporting activities including 100m races, tug of war, basketball, football and jumping castles for kids and treated themselves to Kenyan cuisines, drinks and music.
Diaspora Insurance pitched a gazebo at the venue where potential clients came to enquire about our insurance products and services.
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team4dfiIMAGES: Kenyans in Reading Family Fun Day supported by Diaspora Insurance
By Paidashe Mandivengerei
GERMANY based Kenyan influencer and motivational speaker, Joy Wanjiru Machugu-Zenz (pictured) has applauded Diaspora Insurance describing it as the provider of the ‘perfect insurance product’ that comes in handy to African diasporans.
Zenz who founded the African Women In Europe (AWE) said this as her association partnered with Diaspora Insurance. She also clinched a brand ambassador deal with the United Kingdom headquartered company.
AWE was created in 2008 to create empowerment, investment and networking opportunities for African women living in Europe.
Two years after its inception the association introduced AWE Awards which celebrate women across various categories.… Read More
team4dfiAfrican Women In Europe Applaud Diaspora Insurance Products
There are additional covers that can be added to Life Cover and these enhance the overall protection because Life Cover on its own does not cover eventualities like incapacity due to injury or illness or loss of income due to redundancy. So, one can take other cover over and above the life cover:
Every Diasporan originally from any of the following countries (by birth, by descent, by naturisation, by marriage, by registration) qualifies to be covered and you can cover yourself in the diaspora and your loved ones back home or anywhere in the world:
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