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Glico has its genesis in Gemini Life Insurance Company Limited which commenced business in 1987 as a specialist life insurance company. GLICO has since become one of Ghana's leading organisations of great repute and plays a pioneering role in the insurance and financial service industry. GLICO is a leading provider of life, general insurance and health products. With its continued commitment to integration, innovation and excellent product and service delivery, GLICO has expanded its core business from solely insurance business to include a unique range of financial services and real estate products by establishing GLICO Financial Services and GLICO Properties. It has also strategically launched the Glico Pensions Trustee Company in furtherance of its mission and is now a 'one-stop company and brand' that provides for all your insurance, protection, savings, retirements and other financial services needs throughout your life

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Provident Life Assurance Company Limited was registered by the Registrar-General's Department in February 2006, under the Company's Code, 1963 (Act 179), numbered as CA-23, 538. ProvidentLife was registered with GH¢1,000,000.00 ordinary shares of no par value. The company engages in life assurance business both local and international. Provident Life Assurance Company is being managed by a highly knowledgeable and experienced team in response to what the Board of Directors of the company believe to be attractive business opportunities observed in the life assurance industry following a market research study.

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Provident Insurance Company (PIC) is a private Limited Liability company incorporated and registered in Ghana in February, 1981. It commenced business in October 1982 on the principle of providing our policyholders with a near perfect protection, as near perfect service as is humanly possible, and doing so at the lowest possible cost. PIC is financially strong. It had a consolidated capital employed of GH¢13.3billion. Total Assets, GH¢46.2billion, Reserves including Life Insurance Fund, GH¢19.7billion and Investments, GH¢25.3billion.


Shield Assurance is a life assurance company licenced in November 2009, by an act of parliament, it was required that all composite insurance companies demerge and thus the separation from blueshield. Having been a department of an existing company for the last 28 years, a lot of experience and skills has been acquired. In the last 28 years, Shield Assurance Company as a life department underwent significant growth. The company has an authorized share capital of Kshs. 50 million and our asset base is over Kshs. 500 million. The life fund today stands at Kshs. 260 million.


The Directorate of e-Government (DeG) was established in June 2004 as a Government commitment to make e-Government a reality and to ensure that it provides better services to Kenyans. DeG is headed by the ICT Secretary at the Presidency and Cabinet Affairs Office, Office of the President. With the mandate to provide leadership, facilitation and coordination of e-Government services across ministries and accounting units. DeG  further coordinates and prepares of the e-Government Strategy including the implementation plan, and monitoring and evaluation of the process. The Directorate of e-Government's goal is to increasingly contribute to developing e-Services for Government; Services that are easy to use, meet the real needs of people and ensure security and privacy.


Windle Trust Kenya, a registered non-governmental organisation was established in 1977 by the late Dr Hugh Pilkington. The Trust equips refugees and displaced persons from the Eastern and Horn of Africa to meet the challenges of development by providing access to education and training, while maintaining high standards and a collaborative approach to its operations.


H. Savy Insurance Co Ltd commenced operations in July 1995 and has recently celebrated its 15th anniversary.  By any industry yardstick, the company has had a very successful run, building its premium income base from a under R10 million in its inaugural year to well over R100 million in its 2009-10 financial year.


Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA), is a regulatory body responsible for controlling the quality, safety and effectiveness of food, drugs, herbal drugs, cosmetics and medical devices. It is established under Tanzania Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Act No. 1 of 2003, after repealing the Pharmaceutical and Poisons Act No. 9 of 1978 (which established the Pharmacy Board) and Food {Control of Quality} Act No. 10 of 1978 (which established the National Food Control Commission). TFDA, a semi-autonomous body under the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, became operational on 1st July 2003.

The Mission of TFDA is to protect the health of consumers against hazards associated with food, drugs, herbal drugs, cosmetics and medical devices. 

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SGI provides a range of services relating to the ownership and management of commercial aircraft and engines, including overall lease management services and technical and commercial consultancy services, to airline operators and non-airline aircraft owners around the world. The services are tailored to the client's specific requirements, with SGI advising on all aspects of commercial and management exposure to maximize value and minimize transaction risk.


The African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), established in 1988 is a public not-for-profit organization devoted to the advancement of economic policy research and training. AERC's mission is to strengthen local capacity for conducting independent, rigorous inquiry into the problems facing the management of economies in sub-Saharan Africa