Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) work internationally in dangerous and impoverished countries. How can employers ensure their staff's healthcare needs are covered?
NGOs play a critical role in developing society, improving communities and promoting citizen participation, but with that can come a degree of risk. A large number of NGOs work on humanitarian issues around the world and the nature of that work means that organisations and their staff need to be highly flexible, adapting quickly to changing needs and environments. When it comes to providing international health insurance and support services to NGOs and their employees, their needs are significantly...
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