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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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Through our FINCA Ventures program, we recently partnered with an organization in Africa called Eneza. Eneza offers educational programs via cell phone, allowing children to access textbook content without paying the hefty prices for books. The digital app helped 12-year-old Imelda in Kenya to improve her grades and save money for her family.
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In 2017, FINCA reached over 2 million people with critical financial services, to expand businesses, increase incomes and build livelihoods. Learn more from our 2017 Annual Report.
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"Some days during the rainy season I would have to close the windows and sit in complete darkness. It felt miserable." Doricah Moige lived in the dark until she obtained solar lighting for her home.

Doricah is featured on the recently released 2017 FINCA International Annual Report. Meet the woman behind the cover.

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Why is Dunstan Morey, a musician in Toronto, a monthly donor to FINCA? Because Dunstan understands how a reliable source of funds can sustain economic opportunities for poor families every year.
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What achievements did we make in 2017? Our newest Annual Report just released! Learn what we accomplished together in 2017 here:
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"I've found that female loan recipients in developing countries tend to be reliable and invest their money in ways that benefit families and communities, making them excellent financial agents. And when it comes to those with means, many women are interested in making "sustainable" investments that target both financial and social goals." Rupert Scofield, President and CEO of FINCA, discusses the importance of investing in women entrepreneurs for Forbes.

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What does it mean to be unbanked? For Noor Zia, it meant living a life without a steady income and constantly worrying about her children's future. Learn how FINCA's financial services help clients like Noor become productive.

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Rupert Scofield, President and CEO of FINCA, argues that promoting financial literacy from a young age is important for African youth. There are three ways microfinance can facilitate this: literacy trainings; teaching courses through mobile platforms; and introducing mobile savings for youth.

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FINCA International announces the launch of FINCA Ventures, an impact investing platform that help social enterprises achieve growth and scale in the developing world.
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When 59-year-old Jane Nakintu became the caretaker to her four grandchildren, she dedicated her life to making sure they were healthy and happy. That's why Jane uses a clean cookstove from FINCA's BrightLife program. Her cookstove reduces toxic emissions, cuts cooking time and keeps her family nourished and healthy.
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