GeoBlue Navigator is a superb expat medical insurance option for those residing outside the U.S. Good Neighbor Insurance has provided the GeoBlue international medical benefits for over 15 years.
The GeoBlue Navigator is tailored made for organizations who fall under the “social good” business structure. What is a social good organization? Glad you asked! Here is a great definition (from this web site http://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/social_good.asp), “A good or service that benefits the largest number of people in the largest possible way. Some classic examples of social goods are clean air, clean water and literacy; in addition, many economic proponents include access to services such as healthcare in their definition of the social or “common good.”
Thus, the GeoBlue Navigator international medical insurance was tailored made to help those, you the expatriate, who are helping others!
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Since our post May 18th regarding the largest ivory bust in history in Thailand, we have become aware of additional and growing threats to rhino populations around the world and rhinos endangered over ivory. As world attention and pressure is put on nations and governments to better protect elephants and enforce anti-ivory laws, armed groups, traffickers and poachers are increasingly going after lesser protected rhinos to supply ivory to Chinese markets that have seen prices soar (making ivory ever more “valuable”).
See an important news update (11/2015) at: https://www.
Three current efforts helping to protect the rhino that you should know about:
1.) AirShepherd is using drones to patrol wide areas in Southern Africa, and to track rhinos from above, and from a distance. According to the World Wildlife Fund, nearly 1,300 rhinos were poached in Africa last year, up from 62...
GMMI (also known as Global Mission Medical Insurance) by IMG is one of our most popular plans for non-profits and staff with charitable organizations overseas whether faith-based or simply humanitarian.
IMG specializes in health plan option known for their rich benefits and affordability, and this particular plan for those overseas for more than 1 year has four levels to choose from: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.
Bronze is for those seeking a “catastrophic-type plan for emergencies only. Silver is for those seeking low premiums and the most affordable options while still receiving essential benefits and travel options. Gold has a full-range of benefits especially for those knowing they are probably planning to live and work overseas indefinitely. Platinum