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FINCA is a catalyst for economic inclusion for the poor.
FINCA is a catalyst for economic inclusion for the poor.

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BrightLife agents spend their days traveling to homes and businesses in Uganda to teach poor families how to use innovative products, like solar lamps and clean cookstoves. Brenda Nansasi is one such agent. She has helped thousands of Ugandans improve their health, security and livelihoods!

Meet Brenda: http://bit.ly/2BtuQvS

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Recently, FINCA Tanzania launched Halotel, a mobile savings app that will allow more unbanked Tanzanians to access the financial services they need. Learn more about the innovative product here: http://bit.ly/2AbFD9P

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Our partners at the Whole Planet Foundation have recently announced the winners of the Field Officer Appreciation Award! And Brenda Nansasi, an agent with FINCA's BrightLife program in Uganda, won an honorable mention! Stay tuned to learn more about Brenda next week!

http://bit.ly/2AlEvER

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"My promotion has given me hope that I can grow and achieve even more. I want to earn a master’s degree in corporate affairs. My dream is to become the head of Banking Services."

FINCA doesn't just invest in our clients - we invest in our staff too! And thanks to a partnership with the Mastercard Foundation, FINCA successfully trains managers with leadership and management skills, like Happiness Biseko in Tanzania.

Meet her: http://bit.ly/2zVKlZd

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"Empowering mothers with access to financial services can build pathways to a brighter future for themselves and their children. This is the ripple effect made possible by FINCA loans."

Sona Gandhi, CEO of FINCA Guatemala, shares her thoughts on microfinance, women’s empowerment and the role of technology in expanding financial inclusion. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2AVaKdx

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Want to send presents with real meaning this holiday season? Check out our holiday Gift Catalog! http://bit.ly/2AUwLJC

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"It was risky to use kerosene lamps. At times, the smell would be so strong that customers would stay away."

Josephine Nabyalu used to lose business at her canteen in Uganda from the toxic fumes of kerosene lamps. But thanks to FINCA's BrightLife solar lamps, she no longer has to sacrifice safety in her small business!

Meet Josephine: https://goo.gl/53zV3P

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Does fintech actually improve the lives of poor people? FINCA's Mamie Kalonda recently debated the issue at the Mastercard Foundation Symposium in Ghana. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2mBhCXp

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Sofelet runs many businesses - chicken farming, real estate and a clothing boutique to name a few. As an entrepreneur, Sofelet saw that the sky is the limit. And FINCA had to keep pace with her aspirations too.

FINCA believes in deeply listening to clients, like Sofelet. This is why, in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation​, FINCA developed a rigorous customer research program to better understand the needs of our clients, and make decisions about how to best serve them, including the services they require to succeed.

Learn more: https://goo.gl/K4EnCj
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