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Rupert Scofield, President of FINCA International, talks to City A.M. about changing the world through financial services: http://bit.ly/23B1L6C
Learn how one woman changed her life with the help of small loans from FINCA in our latest infographic: http://bit.ly/26vbNIP
Rupert Scofield, President of FINCA International, explores how agency banking can reach unbanked people in the more remote and rural areas of the countries FINCA serves. http://bit.ly/1NDllpI
Today, over a decade later, Chris is the CEO of FINCA Malawi.
Investing in local leaders, like Chris, helps FINCA to develop the services and tools that millions of hard-working entrepreneurs will use to improve their lives and their communities.
Learn more about Chris Kizza: http://bit.ly/23ljvCL
“Thanks to FINCA, I could afford to pay for the tickets to travel to the United States of America.” Meet Annie and learn more about her story: http://bit.ly/1qajsvQ
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We offer small loans and other products to those turned down by traditional banks, believing that even the poor have a right to financial services. With these loans, families can invest in, and build, their own small businesses and their income-earning capacity. Worldwide, our clients post repayment rates over 97 percent.
FINCA pioneered the “Village Banking method” of credit delivery, now used by hundreds of organizations worldwide. Our programs reach the poor in more diverse countries than any other microcredit provider. We operate Village Banking programs in 21 countries around the world, serving more than 800,000 people – 70% women.
FINCA is not a typical charity. We offer loans, not gifts, and we promote financial independence, both among our clients and in our programs. Although we are a nonprofit, we operate using sound business principles and an entrepreneurial spirit.
Our work enables poor families to create their own solutions to poverty. Our Village Banking methodology promotes community and individual development, helping lift entire communities out of poverty.