Widow of George Somuah Bosompem, acquiring promises for her spouse who was beaten to demise by youth of Asiakwa in the Japanese Region.
The Ghana Training Service (GES) in collaboration with SIC Everyday living Business Limited has introduced an insurance plan plan for instructors.
Underneath the coverage, all teaching and non-teaching team of the Service who die or experience a permanent disability would be offered a cover of up to ¢18,000 dependent on the clinical report.
These who suffer ailment such as most cancers, stroke, main organ transplant and kidney failure would be provided a protect of up ¢9,000. A important ailment that renders a member fully and forever disabled gets a full pay out-out of ¢18,000.
This will entice a monthly premium of ¢10 for every month for a member and there is also a cashback of 10% if no claim is made inside 3 several years and a month to month top quality.
Talking at the launch, Managing Director of SIC Daily life, Elizabeth Wyns-Dogbe claimed the significance of getting coverage to fall on when an regrettable occasion happens in one’s existence, simply cannot be overemphasised.
As element of its corporate social duty, SIC Existence compensated promises to survivors of some GES workers who have handed and all those incapacitated.
A beneficiary teacher who bought his hand amputated after armed theft attack obtaining his cash
Mrs Wyns-Dogbe entreated associates of GES to take into consideration their personal instances and aid the programme for their possess sake and the foreseeable future of their families.
For his section, the Director-Basic of the Services, Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwa, explained initiative varieties aspect of the teacher incentives govt promised teachers in the region.
He said GES and SIC Daily life has embarked on a sensitisation plan to advise and educate beneficiaries on the terms of the coverage.
“It is our perception that the insurer and management of GES will continuously get the job done on generating the coverage responsive to the desires of the instructing and non-educating personnel of the services,” he confident.
Prof Opoku Amankwa expressed appreciation to SIC Lifetime for supporting the GES to secure the potential of its workforce.