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  • Life - Health & Wellness
  • Updated: October 20, 2023

Health Insurance: Associations Partner Unity Bank For Increased Women Enrolment

Health Insurance: Associations Partner Unity Bank For Increa

Ultimate Health Management Services Limited, a health maintenance organisation, has partnered with the Association of Nigerian Women Business Network and Unity Bank Plc to increase the enrollment of women into the health insurance scheme and advance universal health coverage.

The aim of the partnership is to enable women to have access to affordable, and quality healthcare services.

Lekan Ewenla, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Ultimate Health Management Services Limited, revealed this at an interactive session with journalists in Abuja during the 2023 ANWBN summit and 10th anniversary.

“The partnership with the women's association will drive the enrollment process of women in the insurance scheme.

“The membership of this association runs into about four million women; we have been talking about gender inclusiveness, the wellbeing of the girl-child and the need to carry our women along. For us in Ultimate HMO, we do not just talk about it, we drive and act it. This partnership is a serious project for us.

“For a start, we want to enrol 100,000 women from this programme and that is the first leg, and we are driving this enrollment process on this health insurance programme in partnership with Unity Bank.

“The bank came up with Yanga product and it is designed to enhance the small-and-medium scale businesses that are driven by women.

“So, the moment a woman opens an account with Unity Bank, Ultimate HMO provides a health insurance programme for that woman to drive the process.”

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