A trusted partner of NGOs and International Aid Agencies for over 50 years

We know that every NGO is different, so we’ve designed a flexible range of plans and benefits, giving you the freedom to make the right choice for your organisation and your people. Our plans are available for groups of five members or more and provide cover for dependants where required. They are  tailored to provide cover for expats, staff working abroad for short periods, dependents (if required) and third country nationals. The plans are available for groups of 5 members or more.
Our specially-designed plans offer comprehensive cover. Read our comprehensive Brochure and the Employee Benefit Guide for more information about our international healthcare plans for NGOs.

wherever work - or life - takes your employees
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 All insured members are covered for treatment of COVID-19
Talk to an experienced medical team 24/7 via phone, tablet or computer 
Get moving with individual or team challenges

 Health & wellbeing updates by international health experts 
Expat assistance programme supporting your team with their new life abroad 
We know you might want more information about international health insurance, so we've put together a list of our most commonly-asked questions right here.
To get a quote, please contact our Group Sales Team by completing this form: https://www.allianzcare.com/en/business/insurance-products-and-services/quote.html

Our most comprehensive plans are: Premier Core Plan, Out-patient Gold and Dental Plan 1.

Our entry level plans are: Essential Core Plan, Out-patient Crystal and Dental Plan 2.

All policies must include a Core Plan. Thereafter, an out-patient, dental and/or repatriation plan can be added.

Members are covered for emergencies only, emergency treatment outside area of cover is treatment for medical emergencies which occur during business or holiday trips outside your area of cover.

Cover is provided for up to six weeks per trip within the maximum benefit amount. It includes treatment required due to an accident or the sudden beginning or worsening of a severe illness which presents an immediate threat to your health. Treatment by a doctor must start within 24 hours of the emergency event.

Cover is not provided for curative or follow-up non-emergency treatment, even if you are deemed unable to travel to a country within your geographical area of cover. Nor does it extend to charges relating to maternity, pregnancy, childbirth or any complications of pregnancy or childbirth. Please tell your company’s Group Scheme Manager if you are going to be outside your area of cover for more than six weeks.

Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can assist staff through family support, financial difficulty support and a referral service for legal support.  Additionally, we offer a variety of expatriate services including pre-assignment employee assessment and evaluation, intercultural training and destination and repatriation services.
* NGO Essential Plans provide two areas of cover: Area 1 and Area 2. The insured member’s country of residence will determine which of these areas of cover will be applied to their policy. The areas of cover are as follows: • Area 1: This area will apply to insured members worldwide excluding those who are residents of USA, Hong Kong, China, Israel, Singapore, Switzerland, United Kingdom and Africa. • Area 2: This area will apply to insured members who are residents of Africa only. Cover is provided only for treatment within the insured member’s country of residence, except in the case of emergency treatment. Emergency treatment outside the country of residence will be covered for trips up to a maximum period of 21 days. Elective treatment outside the country of residence is not covered.