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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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When FINCA makes a loan to a poor woman, its impact, like ripples in a pond, spreads throughout the community, touching more and more lives as it goes.

As their tiny businesses take off, these entrepreneurs give jobs to their neighbors, enabling them to build brighter futures for their families too.

Meet the Job Creators—three remarkable women who are helping their communities build a brighter future: http://bit.ly/2l7B1t5
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"Globally, an estimated 1.3 billion lack access to #electricity, 600 million of whom are Africans. This level of #energypoverty stunts economic growth, which in turn adversely affects the ability of nations to fight #poverty, improve health care and education."

Learn more: http://huff.to/2kLQN1K

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Can financial technology close the gender gap? Join FINCA and a panel of global thought-leaders on March 6th in Washington, DC, who will explore how technology has the potential to unlock markets and enable previously “unbanked” groups to access financial services.

Register here: http://bit.ly/2jMaPqp

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“These are not just my students. They are my children.”

Najla Abu Aweidh is making a difference in her own community in Jesrah, Jordan. With the help of FINCA loans, Najla was able to grow her school, hire more teachers and educate hundreds of #refugee children.

Visit Najla's school: http://bit.ly/2lPiVB2

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This #ValentinesDay, honor a hard-working couple who are following their dreams, thanks to your support of FINCA's loans!

Like Time and Souvena, who grew their vegetable farm in Haiti and are hiring their neighbors to work on the farm.

Share the Love today: http://bit.ly/2kDA3q4
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In Carrefour, one of the poorest regions of Haiti, a group of FINCA clients is excited about what their #mobile phones can now do. Earlier this month, FINCA Haiti disbursed its first mobile loan, significantly cutting down clients' travel time to a branch and wait time for loan disbursement.

Learn more: http://bit.ly/2lGogKN #fintech #financialinclusion

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If there is anything that Benita, Julia and Norah know it is that life is never easy, especially for women. Though their dreams were modest – to provide for their children – their obstacles were huge. With the help of FINCA loans, however, these three women not only beat the odds but built thriving businesses that supported their families and their communities.

Meet them: http://bit.ly/2ko7tXY

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With the help of FINCA's loans, Glenda and Juan are able to run 4 clothing shops in Honduras with 8 clerks on the payroll.

Help fund another couple's dream! Share the Love today: http://bit.ly/2kDA3q4
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Zambia’s poorest kids are getting a good education because Dapson and Marjory could access financial services to build and grow their school.

Help fund another couple's dream! Share the Love today: http://bit.ly/2kDA3q4

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FINCA’s own journey to provide mobile-based financial services has been a long road with some key lessons learned along the way.

Alison Boess, FINCA's Senior New Business Development Officer, details four key changes made to our mobile money platform in Haiti to reach more unbanked with critical financial services.

Learn more: http://bit.ly/2kAjpHB
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