New Benefits for HumanSurge Members

Announcing GeoDesk and HumanSurge partnership – 10% DISCOUNT ON YOUR INSURANCE COVERAGE



HumanSurge is always exploring new collaborations to expand the opportunities, services and benefits we can offer the community of humanitarians. Today we are excited to announce our partnership with GeoDesk.


GeoDesk is an independent agent with more than 27 years of experience insuring worldwide NGOs. Through their strong network of partners and providers they offer tailored-made insurance, covering any situation and circumstance in any country you go to, no matter how sensitive and risky it may be. Notably, they can offer their services to individual Aid Workers, such as independent consultants working in the sector, who are often not covered by the contracting NGO or UN Agency. Their expertise encompasses 5 areas such as insurance, prevention and security, monitoring of personnel on assignment, training, and audit. They have additional services, such as a tracking service, that will follow you wherever you go. This will allow you to view your assets and be alerted immediately in the event of a crisis.


“Specialising in tailored policies, we are always careful to ensure that our insurance cover and packages suit our clients’ requirements and activities, and the circumstances and regulations of the countries in which they operate.” – Says Christelle Barat, Commercial Manager for GeoDesk


As a global emergency roster for humanitarian professionals, we are aware of the risks that may come in this profession. Staying safe in insecure environments is therefore of utmost importance. While safety and security covers many aspects, having a suitable travel insurance-coverage and supporting agent is an integral part of it.[1]


Following our new partnership with GeoDesk, all HumanSurge members will now be able to benefit from an exclusive discount of 10% on their insurance premiums.


Log into your account to find your personal discount code . To register and learn more about how Geodesk operates, click here.




[1] For more information on humanitarian safety and security we further refer you to the resource library of fellow H2H member organization European Interagency Security Forum (EISF).


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