Global Microfinance Initiative

 
$2,516
$0
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Aug 12, 2011

Increasing Access through Microfinance Innovations

Annie Nyangomba receives a biometric ID card.
Annie Nyangomba receives a biometric ID card.

Targeted to reach the most marginalized, Opportunity’s financial products help hardworking people overcome the inherent obstacles of poverty and build a more stable, secure and fulfilling life.

Throughout the developing world, people are excluded from access to financial services by barriers like meager, unsteady income; illiteracy; gender bias; expensive transportation and geographic isolation. To address these challenges, Opportunity carefully crafts savings, loan, training and insurance products in partnership with those in need. With the help of efficient delivery channels, we can bring these customized products virtually anywhere—whether our clients live in a remote farming village or run a business in a sprawling urban market.

To learn more about Opportunity's Innovations visit http://www.opportunity.org/blog/breaking-down-barriers-building-access-through-microfinance-innovations/.

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Ally Lynch

Oakbrook, IL United States

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