Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
In June 2006, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs provided the Health Insurance Fund with a € 100 million grant for the development and implementation of insurance schemes in sub-Saharan Africa for a period of six years.
World Bank and GPOBA
In October 2008 the Fund signed a grant agreement with the Global Partnership for Output Based Aid (GPOBA), a Trust Fund of the World Bank for USD 6 million to support an additional group in Nigeria. The funds are provided by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the grant is managed by the World Bank.
Kwara State Government
In April 2009 the Fund signed an agreement with the Kwara State Government to co-finance an expansion of the program in Kwara to include an additional group of farmers in the state. The Kwara State Government has committed to provide EUR 2.4 million euro as co-financing for this expansion and to increase its support over time.
In 2009 the Fund signed a Leader with Associate Award Agreement with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) valued at USD 20 million. This umbrella agreement consists of two parts. Under the ‘Leader’ part it supports the implementation of regional studies on the Fund’s private health insurance activities in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Fund’s involvement in advocacy and evidence based policymaking. Under the ‘Associate’ part, this agreement enables the Fund to sign contracts with USAID offices in the countries where the Fund operates up to a maximum of USD 20 million.
In July 2010 the Fund signed a contract with Stop Aids Now (SAN!) for the Community Health Insurance Participation Project (CHIP) in Tanzania.