Better access to statistics of the Agrarian Insurance stands out
The Entidad Estatal de Seguros Agrarios (ENESA) of Spanish Ministry of Agriculture (Magrama) has renewed its website, with the aim to offer all the relevant information about Agrarian Insurances to the citizenship and all the actors who shape the system.
Among the principal innovations, stands out the improvement in the access to statistics of the Agrarian Insurance stands out, principal numbers of contracting insurance policy, both the current ones and a summary of the historical information can be consulted through the website. In addition, farmers and ranchers will be able to seek and find all the information relating to the different lines of insurance best fitting their productions and areas of production.
The web, which happens to join the page of the Ministry, represents a very useful tool for drawees and policyholders, since it enables a specific space for both, allowing, for example, the access to the database for the Integral Control of Access to Subsidies (CIAS) and to make consultations on performances in certain lines and in the Drawees’ Record.
It also gives access to the different publications elaborated by ENESA on the System of Agrarian Insurances, emphasizing the Reports of Contracting of the Agrarian Insurance, published quarterly and the Annual Guides of the Agrarian Insurance, that contain the information about all the available lines of insurance for the agrarian sector. In these publications, the coverages and the different percentages of subsidy for every line, approved every year and included in the Plan of Agrarian Combined Insurances are indicated. In this respect, the new WEB there includes the Guide of the Agrarian Insurance 2016.
The principal aim of the new website is to improve the access to general information about the System of Agrarian Insurances, supporting the updated databases and improving the visibility of all this System, which allows to guarantee the viability of the agrarian developments before not controllable risks for the agrarian sector.